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Lead Sales Recruiter

About Cover

Think insurance is boring? We did too. So we built a company that takes everything you think you know about buying insurance and turns it on it’s head. At Cover, we’re disrupting an industry.  It’s something we’re proud of and it inspires us to come into work every day. Everyone here is passionate about what we’re doing, using cutting-edge tools to build leading-edge tech.

We are a Silicon Valley startup operating in Toronto & San Francisco and we are scaling. Right now, we’re looking for smart, collaborative, innovators to be part of our dynamic environment. A place that celebrates successes, welcomes debate and nurtures a positive learning atmosphere. Every Friday, we hear from the leadership, sync up our San Francisco and Toronto offices, show off what we’ve built and have fun. We’re not saving the world but we are saving people money and ensuring they get a fair deal in a way that exemplifies what smartphones were built to do. Bring us your ideas and your energy; show up ready to have a creative conversation. We will help you achieve your best potential.

Responsibilities:  

Cover is growing quickly into new products and new territories, and we need to scale our team of Inside Sales Agents and Customer Service Reps to maintain our exceptional level of customer service.  You will lead the way in identifying high potential sales talent that can keep up with our growth. As the lead sales recruiter, you will be responsible for finding, engaging, and hiring exceptional sales talent for our team.  

As a Lead Sales Recruiter, you will:

  • Fully own and manage end-to-end recruiting pipelines for all levels of sales talent
  • Work closely with hiring managers to define hiring requirements and goals
  • Work with senior management to establish long term hiring strategy
  • Be an effective ambassador for Cover at recruiting events
  • Develop and refine candidate screening and interview process
  • As needed, assist with recruiting for product, engineering, and operations roles

Requirements:

  • 3+ years of experience of fast-paced, high-volume sales recruiting
  • A self-starter who has the ability to prioritize multiple competing projects
  • Ability to work cross functionally with multiple business units
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent

Nice to Have:

  • Basic understanding of the insurance industry
  • Worked at or founded a startup (i.e. built something)
  • Technically savvy and up to date all technology trends and developments

We currently offer the following benefits and will continually evolve them with the goal of efficiently attracting, retaining, and leveraging the very highest quality talent:

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Highly competitive salaries and stock option grants

  • Health, dental, for you and your family

  • Flexible work hours

  • Unlimited vacation policy
  • 
A slew of perks that make your life outside of work easier

We believe in equal opportunity.
  We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.  

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