iCIMS Launches Job Site Focused on HR Professionals

Help Wanted

iCIMS launched a new website intended to connect HR and talent acquisition job seekers with open roles.

HRjobs.icims.com aggregates open positions across industries from the iCIMS customer base. The site is designed to let HR and talent professionals browse and explore job opportunities and apply on the hiring company’s career site. Job seekers can also upload their resume so iCIMS Talent Cloud’s AI can recommend roles aligning with their skills and experience.

Currently, the site presents jobs including HR generalist, sales education facilitator, recruiter, onboarding project manager and HRIS analyst. Approximately 2,140 jobs are currently listed.

According to iCIMS, HR roles are bearing the brunt of the uncertain labor market. Recruiting positions have plummeted since last spring, as recruiting positions, and job openings and hires for TA roles are down 57% and 43% respectively.

Where’s the Talent?

But a range of businesses are actually growing, iCIMS points out – whatever’s going on in the economy or the political world. And, many of those companies can’t find the talent professionals they need.

“While it is unfortunate that many company reductions have directly impacted HR teams, the truth is that there are many organizations that are scaling and eager to fill open roles,” said iCIMS CEO Brian Provost.

The site aims to connect job seekers with a variety of open HR and talent roles, while helping customers efficiently scale their workforce.  

The launch comes just weeks after iCIMS rolled out a new version of its candidate relationship management software. With the upgrade, the company is trying to address situations where candidates expect an improved experience but recruitment teams don’t have ways to deliver them. iCIMS said its new Candidate Experience Management (CXM) package will allow recruiters to leverage marketing technology to nurture and convert candidates through a combination of campaign logic, engagement scoring and candidate-fit analysis.

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