You love interacting with people as they explore their next opportunity. Help us bring our company to its next stage of growth by hiring across our entire organization!
Frame.io is changing the future of how videos are made by helping over 1 million creative professionals seamlessly collaborate from all over the world.
We’re backed by Accel, FirstMark, Insight Partners, SignalFire, Jared Leto, and a host of other amazing investors. Our market-leading product is used and loved by companies such as Turner, Disney, NASA, Snapchat, BBC, BuzzFeed, TED, Adobe, Udemy, and many more.
We’re in an exciting period of growth and are always seeking extremely talented and passionate individuals who share our vision for helping visual content creators produce their best work.
As a Senior Technical Recruiter, you will play a vital role in recruiting for roles across our Engineering department, but also any additional roles on the business side that might come up. You will support hiring managers and their teams by helping them build out their recruiting capabilities, teaching them to leverage recruiting tools, interviewing techniques, and recruiting best practices through formal training and daily interactions. In this partnership, you will also work with hiring managers to design end-to-end recruiting strategies for their roles, help them find creative ways to source great talent, and guide them in building out robust, customized interview processes. You’re entrepreneurial, process oriented, collaborative and innovative in order to source and hire top talent and provide a unique candidate experience.
So what does that look like on a daily basis? Glad you asked! Let's take a look:
You come in the morning with a full inbox--a candidate needs to reschedule, another one is excited to move forward but you’re still anxiously waiting to hear back from the Frontend Manager you made an offer to yesterday! You go through your morning routine: reviewing inbound applications, looking at new profiles on Hired and making sure your pipelines are all updated. Phew, inbox is at zero--for now.
You open up LinkedIn Recruiter and start a new boolean search for NYC engineers that have experience with React--there’s 2 Frontend openings that you’ve been scouring profiles for the past 2 months, that needed to be filled yesterday.
You send off inmails to everyone you’ve found, and realize it’s time for your first call of the day. Today isn’t too bad, you have 6 phone screens. Hopefully at least 4 of them are quality so you can move them forward to the hiring manager.
There are 2 backend engineers onsite today, meeting with the team and the coordinator’s already ushering them in now. Hopefully things go well, since the Director of Product Engineering was excited for both!
You’re on your 3rd call of the day now, and taking copious notes--this person seems like the perfect addition for the Operations team--this role has been refreshing to recruit for since it’s not on the eng side of the house. You send a quick message over to the VP of Ops to get them hyped. Feedback is submitted to Greenhouse, and you’re onto the next thing!
Time to check emails again, since you’re back up to 25 in your inbox. It looks like that QA Engineer is withdrawing, so you’re back to square 1 on that role. You block time off on your calendar for the next day to make sure you can spend more time on it.
The rest of your calls are finished up by now, so you check in with the iOS Manager. You hear about a final round candidate absolutely breezing through their interview with the CEO. Yes! You send a message to the Head of Finance to get the final comp approval and schedule the offer call for the next morning. Fingers crossed!
You take one final glance at your inbox and there’s the email - the Frontend Manager accepted your offer! You get a high five from the hiring manager and remember why you do what you do.
Sounds like a fun day, right? If so, let's chat.
Our philosophy is simple. At Frame.io, we believe that working with people of different backgrounds and perspectives allows us to elevate each other and helps us build a better product for our users.
We're proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and are committed to providing all employees with a work environment that celebrates individuality and remains free from any form of discrimination and harassment. We based our employment decisions on the needs of our business, job requirements and applicants' qualifications. In other words, we only care that you're the best person for the job.