ABOUT CATAPULT LEARNING Catapult Learning, Inc. provides education and behavioral health solutions for children and their families, leading to better life outcomes, regardless of the learning obstacles and other challenges they face. The company’s team of over 5,600 education and healthcare professional work to achieve measurable and sustained academic and behavioral gains through evidencebased programs that include special education, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapies, intervention services, and professional development. Founded in 1976 and headquartered in Camden, New Jersey, Catapult Learning supports more than 200,000 children nationwide and over 25,000 teachers globally. Catapult Learning is accredited by AdvancED and the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence. www.catapultlearning.com ORGANIZATION PROFILE The 5,600 educators and healthcare professionals employed by Catapult Learning are driven by a common purpose: to positively impact the educational, behavioral and social-emotional welfare of every child with whom we engage, no matter the student’s individual circumstance. We dedicate our careers to improving outcomes for at-risk and struggling youth, including those with learning and emotional disabilities. In doing so, we play a truly crucial role in the lives of the children, their families and their communities. Our purpose drives performance and we are looking for individuals who want to make an impact.
Little Leaves, a division of Catapult Learning, is a center-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program for young children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, run in a preschool-like setting. It is designed for children up to age 6 who have been recommended for intensive ABA services. Each client works one-on-one with a trained behavior technician on individualized goals with a focus on social communication, social interactions, and school readiness skills.
THE ROLE Catapult Learning has an immediate need for a Talent Acquisition Manager.
The TA Manager will report to the Chief Human Resources Officer and will support the growth of Little Leaves by recruiting top-level talent for their Behavioral Health opening
• Manage the full cycle recruiting process for Little Leaves
• Partner with internal hiring stakeholders to develop a thorough understanding of the current/future business and hiring needs
• Source candidates utilizing all available tools and technologies; this may include networking, referrals, ATS systems, job boards, job postings and direct sourcing
• Design innovative recruitment strategies that emphasize building and nurturing candidate pipelines
• Track and analyze relevant talent acquisition metrics
• Stay current on new talent acquisition tools and processes as well as the competitor landscape
• Represent and attend industry, university, and career events
• Build external relationships within the behavioral health community
• Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related field required
• 8+ years of experience in recruiting
• Behavioral healthcare experience is mandatory; BCBA recruitment a plus
• Experienced building innovative recruitment strategies that assist in the nurturing of candidate pipelines for current and future business needs
• Strong understanding of recruiting technologies and trends Included but not limited to: ATS systems, CRM systems, LinkedIn Recruiter, job aggregators
Candidates can submit resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org