Part Time Recruiter

  • Remote
  • Part Time
  • Mid Level



Our team is seeking a talented part-time recruiter with a full-time passion for creativity to join our organization. The recruiter will work in the areas of candidate talent search and placement, development, and candidate generation.

We’re seeking someone with a robust network and experience recruiting full-time and freelance creative talent for the marketing/advertising industry. If you’re someone who’s inspired by design, and consistently plugged into the latest and greatest in the world of creative, you are in the right place. You should be exceptional at finding elite creative talent in both traditional and non-traditional ways and be able to successfully manage, prioritize and close searches against a timeline (agency timelines, right?*). The ideal candidate must be versed in client/account management, and of course possess strong organizational, verbal, and written communication skills.


*If you get what we mean by this, please get in touch.




  • 5+ years of experience in recruiting for Creative organizations and a deep understanding of what it takes to build a creative team.
  • Proven experience sourcing and engaging creative talent, including but not limited to Graphic Design, Copywriting, Art Direction, Creative Direction, Video/Motion Graphic.
  • Understanding of the local and national advertising and marketing agency hiring markets and trends.
  • Thorough understanding of creative skill sets: Concepting, Typography, Layout, etc.and the ability to identify high-quality creative work
  • Must possess an existing network of creative talent from which to recruit.
  • Experience gathering qualified candidates from not-so-obvious places.  
  • Experience in sourcing and full life cycle recruiting.
  • ATS experience with sourcing, tracking and managing candidates
  • MS Office - including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Experience managing and prioritizing multiple searches, projects and internal client relationships.
  • Strong communication skills, organizational and negotiation skills.


  • Ability to proactively network and establish effective working relationships, continually procure new sourcing options, and develop creative approaches to delivering candidates.
  • Strong interest in, passion for and understanding of creative.




  • Act as a partner, consultant, and advisor to Creative leadership by developing, driving, and executing strategies to recruit talent in a highly competitive market.
  • Partner with hiring teams to build effective sourcing, assessment, and job order requirements.
  • Provide a thoughtful, high-touch experience for all candidates from application through offer.
  • Must be able to understand how to recruit passive candidates and possess the ability to create interest, rather than sell a role.
  • Build and maintain a network of potential candidates through proactive market research and on-going relationship management; conduct in-depth interviews of potential candidates, demonstrating ability to anticipate hiring manager preferences.
  • Recommend ideas and strategies related to recruitment that will contribute to the long-range growth of the company.
  • Interview candidates within the requirements of the position specification. Possess strong ability to screen, interview and prepare a candidate for next steps.
  • Keep up-to-date with the latest trends in creative and design


About AMP Agency

AMP Agency is a full-service, integrated marketing agency with offices in Boston, New York, Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco. We're an agency rooted in the core values of openness, empathy and growth and driven by a curious crew of creative minds, digital strategists, social and behavioral scientists and media experts whose sole focus is to create unconventional ideas that grow brands. 

AMP Agency is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. AMP is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people from all backgrounds and experiences to apply. AMP Agency does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age or other legally protected status. We prohibit harassment of applicants and employees based on any of these protected categories.




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