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Talent Acquisition Sourcer (temporary 6 months)

Job Number: J0721-0672
Job Type: Temporary
City, Province, Country: Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
Job Category: Human Resources
Number of Positions: 1

A leader in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration sectors for over 67 years, The Master Group is the largest independent HVAC-R distributor in Canada. The company employs close to 950 dynamic and devoted individuals who serve the industry at over 44 branches and 4 distribution centers spanning from coast to coast. To learn more, visit or follow us on LinkedIn at:

The primary function of this position will be to execute the recruitment strategy. You will manage candidates through the entire recruitment cycle of the Master Group. In collaboration with the Talent Acquisition Specialist, you will be responsible of mandates from start to finish, for various positions and at different levels. You will source candidates and follow up with them to provide a unique, personalized and transparent experience.

Principal tasks:

• Contribute to a positive candidate experience
• Search for the best talent for key positions at the Master Group and maintain a top-quality candidate pool
• Leverage social media to attract more qualified candidates
• Manage multiple recruitment requests in parallel
• Stay up to date of new recruiting trends and offer innovative solutions
• Refine search methods to quickly arrive at relevant results
• Ensure consistency throughout the recruitment and selection process


• Bachelor's degree in human resources or related field
• 1 to 3 years of relevant experience
• Experience with an ATS (an asset)
• Excellent communication skills in English
• Speaking in French (an asset)
• Ability to work in collaboration
• Be agile and manage the unexpected
• Be initiative and autonomy
• Tactful and diplomatic; demonstrates discretion and business acumen; able to work with diverse personalities and work styles

Work conditions:

  • Collaborative environment and competitive remuneration