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LeagueApps is a fast-growing, venture-backed company that is using data and technology to build the largest community around youth and local sports. We count professional leagues, teams and athletes as investors and partners, and reach millions of people every day through our best-in-class SaaS platform. We’re looking for team members who want to be part of building the greatest local sports company in the world.

LeagueApps operates at the intersection of sports, technology and community. Our sports management platform powers youth and recreational sports organizations across the country, making sports seamless — in everything from registration to payments to communications. More than software solutions, we’re creating community, serving as a thought-leader and bringing insights on such important topics as encouraging girls in sports, injury prevention for youth players, and how technology will affect the future of sport.

About You:

You have 1 to 2 years of recruiting, sourcing, and resume screening experience (preferably in a staffing agency environment), and would like to make the move to corporate recruiting and HR. You are resourceful and tackle problems or tasks head on. You are open to constructive feedback and crave an environment that encourages continued learning and development. You work best when not being micromanaged, but know when to ask for help when you need further direction. You are passionate about what you do and want to be a part of the community LeagueApps is building in youth sports. Most importantly, you have a good sense of humor and a thick skin. You are a people person!!!  

 

About the position:

This is an amazing opportunity for anyone looking to up their recruiting game.  Reporting to the Head of People and Culture (that’s me), you will get the opportunity to work on both recruiting and culture initiatives. I will teach you how to take your recruiting skills from an art, to a data driven science. You will get to delve into the People Ops side (On-boarding, Culture, Performance Reviews, Events, Process and Policy), and have a hand in creating a challenging and rewarding environment for the talented individuals you are recruiting. Recruiters are brand ambassadors, talent scouts, professional stalkers (in a non creepy way), investigators, negotiators, and most often, magicians. Truly amazing recruiters can pull top candidates out of thin air. We know within minutes of speaking with someone if they are a fit for culture. We do both traditional and non traditional sourcing. We understand the career path of all the roles within our company and can negotiate every detail of hiring a future team member down to the minutest details while keeping the process exciting and the candidate highly engaged. This is a career altering opportunity for the right candidate.

Working at LeagueApps:

  • Equity Grants
  • Health Benefits! Medical, Dental, and Vision Health coverage
  • We'll pay for your sports leagues!
  • Computer, Cell Phone and Gym Subsidies
  • Culture and work environment that emphasizes teamwork, passion, learning, and fun.  Check out our Instagram to see for yourself
  • Social impact opportunities through our FundPlay initiative that includes events, volunteering, and grant-makings

LeagueApps is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive employee experience for all. Regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, or if you’re parenting the next generation of innovators, we firmly believe that our work is at its best when everyone feels free to be their most authentic self. We are an EOE.

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