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Talent Acquisition Manager

Date: Jan 24, 2023

Location: Irving, TX, US, 75062

Company: NCH Corporation


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Thank you for exploring a career with NCH Corporation, an international company where we work in small teams that have a direct impact on success. We’re seeking an experienced Talent Acquisition Manager to lead our corporate strategic recruiting practices that will attract top talent and support NCH’s overall growth strategy. This person will report to the Director of Talent Management, lead the corporate talent acquisition function, consult on talent acquisition strategy and practices for multiple NCH business units, and ultimately serve as a brand liaison to the external candidate community. If you’re seeking a leadership role in a personable, stable yet thriving environment, the Talent Acquisition Manager role could be a match for you!


A little about us


Applying for a new job is a little like entering uncharted territory. We want you to feel 100% confident about the application process, the position, and our company before committing your time to apply, so that none of the above comes as a surprise. Let’s start with some information about NCH so you can get to know us better.


NCH Corporation is a privately held, family-owned, global business headquartered in Irving, Texas, near Dallas. We have more than 7,500 employees, offices and facilities on six continents, and clients in more than 50 countries. This includes our corporate headquarters as well as subsidiary companies. We clean and conserve water, save energy, and deliver best-in-class maintenance solutions, with a focus on industrial and commercial businesses.



Culture and benefits


We’re a global company with a family feel, offering the same benefits as an international corporation with the personal relationships of a small business. Working in our small teams and close-knit environment, you’d never guess we had a 7,500+ employee headcount. We realize a job is more than just a job – it’s an extension of your life and family – and we’re committed to maintaining just that. For us, culture is not just a perk; it’s essential to how we thrive. And that’s speaking for 100 years in the business!


  • Employee-centric environment (regular corporate activities, personal relationships, small teams)
  • Family-first attitude (work-life balance support, flexible hours)
  • Approachable leadership (collaboration with top leaders, open-door policy)
  • Growth-oriented mindset (autonomy, creative freedom to explore new ideas)
  • Paid vacation and holiday leave
  • Wellness initiatives (on-site fitness facility and cafeteria, treadmill conference room, planned activities)
  • Community involvement (volunteering, fundraisers, charity events, school sponsorships and donations)
  • Employee recognition programs (appreciation week, awards and ceremonies)
  • Personal and professional development and growth
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Financial wellness (retirement options, 401(k) match, employee credit union)
  • Benefits package (medical, dental, vision, life, long and short-term disability)


If this sounds like a fit for you so far, keep reading.


A little about you


You have recruiting experience. You have a bachelor’s degree and five years of high volume recruiting experience. You understand full-cycle recruitment processes and can apply your knowledge to enhance and improve talent acquisition best practices and results. You have developed and implemented new recruiting strategies in the past. You also stay up-to-speed on the recruiting industry in general.


You are a proactive talent seeker. You do not just sit and wait for applicants to come to you. You attract passive job seekers in creative ways. You know how to seek and identify potential talent, as well as sell the company in a way that makes people want to apply. You build strong pipelines of candidates that you refer back to and leverage when new positions open.


You love people. You know that recruiting is based in customer service. You also know that recruiting requires effective communication, and communication is a strong suit of yours. You are relatable and responsive. You treat each individual as that – an individual – and tailor your recruiting approach and communication style to fit the person and the position at hand, whether it’s in an interview, at a networking event, etc.


You excel in relationship building. You know how to build strong relationships with hiring managers, direct reports, internal stakeholders and peers, as well as with candidates. You’re a great collaborator and team player. You enjoy conversations and interviews, truly getting to know people for who they are. Through that you tend to build trust and close relationships easily. People rely on your for input and dependability.  


You are strategic-minded. One size does not fit all. You can listen to the needs of stakeholders and develop a unique strategy to achieve their specific goals. You are analytical, always looking at what’s working (and what’s not) to improve, develop and tweak your approach. You can take various pieces of information, such as industry trends, application patterns and stakeholder feedback, and turn it into an executable plan to attract talent.


You are a leader. You are always working toward the bigger picture business objectives and goals. Your mission is to bring others along with you in that journey. You are a great listener and enjoy developing people. You naturally look for areas to improve and grow your work, your team and your company.


You are intuitive. In general, you have strong assessment skills. Your love for people and relationship building coupled with your strategic mindset, enables you to assess talent to determine if they might be a good fit for a particular position. You’ve had great success in the past matching candidates with open positions and identifying top talent.


You are organized. With high-volume recruitment comes a high volume of moving parts and pieces. You are able to keep these parts pieces moving in an organized fashion – applications, open positions, interviews, etc. – so that no detail is missed. This enables effective communication, keeping candidates and stakeholders informed and updated and the recruitment process running smoothly


You are a natural brand advocate. You believe in your company and are passionate about its people, culture, and offerings. You participate in company activities, demonstrate core values in your day-to-day work, and are proud of who you work for. Because of that, you can easily translate that message to external candidates.


Day-to-day work examples


We support growth, opportunity, and variety, which means your day-to-day has the potential to adapt to you and your passions. If you’re not challenged and growing, neither are we. For starters, though, here are some day-to-day examples of what you will be doing:


  • Lead the corporate talent acquisition function while also being a resource/SME for divisional HR teams.
  • Create and execute full life cycle recruitment processes.
  • Screen, interview and select candidates for open positions and refer qualified candidates, based on their core competencies, to appropriate hiring managers.
  • Develop and deliver a new plan to attract top candidates – overall and/or for specific positions – through employer branding and other proactive recruitment strategies.
  • Collaborate with business unit leaders and hiring managers on strategic and tactical recruitment plans to meet their individual business objectives.
  • Ensure that all talent acquisition processes are effectively integrated with related HR processes.
  • Perform an assessment of current market trends and their impact on talent and retention.
  • Maintain HR metrics and reporting with quarterly presentations to the Board of Directors.
  • Manage and maintain the internal job posting process as well as the interview process in compliance with OFCCP, EEO and other legal requirements. 
  • Actively participate as part of the HR management team working on special projects and collaborating with Learning & Development to build developmental programs and initiatives to enhance our employer talent brand. 


This role sits in our Irving, Texas global headquarters with the flexibility to work remotely as appropriate. 

Sound like a fit for you?


If yes, jump aboard, and apply today.


For the next steps, expect a direct phone or email response once we are able to review your application. We are committed to responding to all applicants, no matter the outcome, so we appreciate your patience to allow time for this. In the meantime, learn more about NCH and our culture by checking out our LinkedIn or Facebook pages.


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

Nearest Major Market: Irving
Nearest Secondary Market: Dallas

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