Talent Coordinator

Boston, Massachusetts



The Talent Coordinator supports the Talent team in a dynamic, global organization experiencing high growth. This role requires a highly organized, detail-oriented, team player who has superb interpersonal skills, exceptional attention to detail, and a strong customer service ethic. The Talent Coordinator works across the department on all aspects of Human Resources (HR), including talent acquisition, onboarding, benefits, payroll, HR systems, and international operations.

Essential Functions

Talent Acquisition

  • Enter all job requisitions into Jobvite (applicant tracking system) and assign appropriate Talent Acquisition Partner
  • Schedule all Boston candidate interviews
  • Post all new jobs to Spark (internal website) on a weekly basis
  • Administer Predictive Index
  • Manage the background check process


  • Coordinate HR aspects of new hire orientation, including scheduling, informing operations team members about new team members, sending welcome packets, and working with IT to set up new email accounts and program access
  • Ensure all HR tasks are updated on the New Team Member Checklist
  • Develop and process initial HR onboarding trainings and set up new employees in the benefit/payroll system
  • Collect and process onboarding documentation to include Non-Disclosure Agreementss, ensuring proper benefits enrollment, Employee Handbook Agreements, WISP documentation, and annual trainings
  • Coordinate onboarding plan with the respective hiring manager, which consists of sending onboarding prep email and meeting with the manager to go over logistics (U.S. and international)
  • Send 30-day check-in surveys to new team members
  • Schedule 60- and 90-day check-ins between new team members and respective manager/HR Business Partners
  • Manage the organizational chart and ensure it is updated regularly

Total Rewards

  • Partner with the Total Rewards Analyst on benefits administration, payroll, and compliance
  • Serve as a resource to team members for benefit issues and inquiries
  • Assist in the annual benefits renewal process and open enrollment period
  • Maintain all employee files and HR records
  • Maintain working knowledge of all features utilized in Paylocity
  • Train new employees and managers on Paylocity’s Web Pay and Web Time
  • Assist with benefits enrollments and unenrollments, including following up with new employees to ensure they enroll on time and assisting employees in processing life event changes
  • Ensure that Shorelight remains in compliance with applicable employment regulations

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 2+ years of experience in human resources, finance, or an administrative role
  • Strong customer service orientation
  • Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Eligibility to work in the United States without sponsorship

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with Jobvite or another similar applicant tracking system

Application Process

To apply for this position, please visit the Shorelight Careers page to submit an application with resume and cover letter.

Background Check Required–Education, Criminal, Identity

Shorelight Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer