Human Resources Recruiting Specialist

Position Type: Independent contractor

Location: Remote

Wage: $30/hour

Estimated weekly hours: 10-20

“I don’t know how we used to live without [your name goes here]”

As the Human Resources Recruiting Specialist working with Fertility Bridge, you have a major impact on the career fulfillment and dreams of our team.

You help us build our team by finding candidates that share our values.

But how do you know if this is your dream work and if Fertility Bridge is your dream client?

If you answer yes to these three questions:

Do you enjoy the entire process of the recruitment cycle?

Are you excited about the opportunity to help us build our team of independent contractors?

Can you identify the necessary qualities for success, and place the candidates who have them in the right seat at Fertility Bridge?


Should you choose to accept it, is to help Fertility Bridge grow our team by vetting, interviewing, and onboarding successful independent contractors.

The Recruiting Specialist will be responsible for the following outcome:

Recruitment of up to 15 part-time, independent contractor positions per year, each within 1.5 months from opening to recurring hourly work beyond paid assignment, who are a Yes on GWC, and a plus or a plus minus on each of Fertility Bridge’s values on the People Analyzer. Managing independent contractors’ candidates records, dismissal, and advancement in hiring CRM. Management and distribution of promotional budgets across platforms.

The tools we provide for you to achieve the outcome:

A recruiting software, Hireology, that scores interviews and publishes job listings to some sites but not all

An HR Generalist that is responsible for recruiting, onboarding, and offboarding full time employees and the systems associated

Visibility into Griffin’s and team members’ calendars and Zoom links for scheduling

Accounts for job positing sites like ZipRecruiter, LinkedIn, RedBalloon, Wellfoundly, and Indeed

Monthly promotional budget: $300 for in-need independent contractor positions

Previous job descriptions for which to use as a template

A payroll service Gusto

A service called Corpay that is used to pay independent contractors

An interview structure, from The Who method of hiring see Fig 7

A start for onboarding templates in contractors in Asana

A Human Resources folder in GDRive

Informal notes on employees in GDrive folder

Some instructions for contractor payment, but mostly in loose emails from our accounting dept

Account(s) for Harvest, Time Tracking software

Some things we do not provide:

Could pay independent contractors through Gusto, but we use CorPay for some reason from Accounting team

No formal training on the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) or its People Analyzer

No automated training system like Trainual

No standardized schedule or scale for independent contractor rate increases, or immediate approvals

No system for standardizing independent contractor work

No employee handbook

Some contractor positions already half way recruited for by HR Generalist that would have to be transferred over to you. Records in Hireology may be incomplete

If you feel you can contribute to a dynamic, growing company, please begin your application process by applying through Hireology. After you submit your cover letter, resume, and application on Hireology, you will receive acknowledgment via email. If you don’t see the email in your inbox, please check your spam folder – sometimes Hireology emails end up there.

You will receive instructions on next steps after your application materials have been reviewed. As a remote company, we rely on remote working technologies to serve our clients. In evaluating new employees, we put a premium on a candidate’s ability to shine through these same technologies: video, email correspondence, and web-based conferencing.

Contracting Process

Screening Call: 20-30 minutes

Fit Interview: 60-90 minutes

Paid Assignment

Continued work based on your terms