Talent Forum Series: Build a Sourcing Foundation to Withstand the Storm on the Horizon

Includes a Live Event on 05/20/2021 at 9:00 AM (EDT)

Free for NEHRA Members, our community forums meet at least four times a year (currently virtually), speakers and topics vary. Our Talent Forums are discussions led by experts, focusing on next/best strategies for attracting, hiring and retaining quality talent, employee engagement, workforce planning, and more. Community forums are not open to non-members.

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Jamie Durkin

Director of Talent Attraction, Mercury Systems

Jamie is the Global Head of Talent Attraction and Onboarding at Mercury Systems and aerospace and defense company in Andover, Ma.  He brings a strong background in all levels of corporate recruiting (scale recruiting, executive recruiting, campus recruiting as well as operations related recruiting functions).  He has an MBA in Organizational Development and started his career in agency recruiting. 

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Talent Forum Series: Build a Sourcing Foundation to Withstand the Storm on the Horizon
05/20/2021 at 9:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
05/20/2021 at 9:00 AM (EDT)   |  60 minutes A strong foundation is essential when bearing down in a hurricane. With all of the tools, AI, and other technological advancements in recruiting, it is imperative for a TA to have a firm grasp on the basics in order to utilize the tools (or lack thereof) to their fullest potential. Understanding that sourcing goes beyond just searching for buzz words from a job description - the keys to success include high value targeting, genuine messaging, consistent follow up, and a thoughtful opening conversation. Join Jamie Durkin, Global Head of Talent Attraction for Mercury Systems for an engaging conversation around the successes their team has seen using a variety of sourcing tools and approaches.
Talent Forum - 5/20/2021 Survey
6 Questions
6 Questions A quick survey to evaluate the effectiveness of this NEHRA session (3-4 minutes max)