Talent Acquisition Manager - Corporate Office - (TAMGRW- CORP)

Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Human Resources
Full Time


The Talent Acquisition Manager is responsible for developing and implementing multiple hiring strategies including an internship program, our foreign worker program, and assisting with key staff hiring for multiple sister companies.  Tracks progress of domestic processor hiring.  Creates, implements, and oversees internship program to encourage people to explore careers within our company.  Works with various communities and schools to educate them about our industry and build relationships to pipeline interns into our plants.  Ensures internships are meaningful and successful for all parties.  Collaborates on mass hire domestic recruiting strategies to ensure our plant personnel are successful in hiring high quality workers.  Develops, oversees, and manages all foreign worker programs (such as H-2B, J-1, etc.).  Creates and posts job openings.  Becomes our subject matter expert for our applicant tracking and onboarding system (“ATS”), ensuring all onboarding forms and templates are updated and accurate.  Focuses on programs that support high quality hires, retention, and succession planning.  Interviews, hires, onboards, and orients employees.  Handles all social media engagement for NPSI. A successful Talent Acquisition Manager models professional and ethical behavior and upholds company policies.  This position is exempt from overtime (not paid overtime) and reports to the VP, HR & Administration.



  • Develops a best-in-class internship program with the goal of building bench strength across multiple disciplines and locations. Works with managers to identify internship positions and opportunities.  Builds relationships with communities and schools to fill internships.  Attends meetings, job fairs and internship events.  Tracks interns and monitors their progress. 
  • Tracks domestic hiring for seafood processors. Provides guidance to plant personnel to support their hiring needs.  Schedules and attends recruiting trips and job fairs.  Develops relationships with job service offices and communities.
  • Oversees foreign worker programs. Completes and maintains all necessary documents.  Works with staffing agency on logistics and with Social Security offices for enumeration as needed.  Attends international meetings and recruiting events.
  • Handles all social media posts and engagement for NPSI with the goal of attracting and retaining employees.
  • Assists with key staff recruitment as needed.
  • Interviews, hires, onboards and trains employees.
  • Trains plant staff on use of ATS. Develops training materials.  Assists plants with posting and closing jobs.  Ensures all onboarding forms and templates are updated and accurate.
  • Visits the plants to understand the working and living conditions, engage with interns and other employees, and to continuously improve our overall bench strength.
  • Other duties as assigned.

NPSI offers a generous employer matching 401(k) retirement plan and you are eligible to participate on day one!  We also offer affordable, traditional health insurance benefits that include medical, dental, vision and prescription coverage. This position works primarily in the Seattle office through November 2023, then from the Edmonds office December 2023 forward, with limited work from home opportunities (after being fully trained).


  • Authorized to work in the U.S.
  • 5+ years of experience with high volume recruitment, preferably in the Alaska seafood industry.
  • 2+ years of experience with internship programs.
  • 2+ years of experience developing and implementing successful domestic recruitment strategies.
  • 1+ year of experience with foreign worker programs.
  • Intermediate MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) skills.
  • Demonstrated success with social media campaigns.
  • Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally for various hiring functions, and to our remote seafood processing plants to visit employees and better understand the work opportunities.
  • Ability to work well independently and with others.
  • High degree of integrity and ethics. Proven track record of upholding company policies, enforcing them fairly and consistently, and safeguarding confidential information.
  • Ability to maintain professional composure in high stress work environment.
  • Ability and willingness to work in the corporate office (this is an in person position).
  • Consistent and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position.
  • Valid driver’s license required (to drive between plants and to recruiting events).
  • Seafood production experience preferred.

Payroll Information

Pay periods are biweekly.  Our workday is defined as the calendar day, and our work week runs from Monday through Sunday.  Employees are paid on the Friday following the end of the biweekly pay period.  We encourage employees to sign up for direct deposit but you may elect to receive paper checks instead. 


Equal Employment Opportunity

It is NPSI’s policy to comply with federal, state, and local law prohibiting unlawful discrimination.   NPSI does not and will not permit discrimination (including harassment) in recruitment, hiring, or other employment actions and decisions based on an employee or applicant being a member of a protected class, which includes, but is not limited to, race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age (40 or older), disability and genetic information (including family medical history), or other statuses protected by state and local law. It is NPSI’s policy to provide legal and fair treatment to all employees regarding recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, wages, hours, benefits, working conditions, training, and availability of advancement opportunities.


At-Will Employment

NPSI is an “at-will” employer, meaning that the employee or NPSI may terminate employment at any time, with or without notice, and with or without cause.  No one at NPSI is authorized to guarantee employment for a certain time period or otherwise alter the at-will nature of employment with NPSI. The language that appears in this job posting is not intended to create and does not create, nor is it intended to constitute and does not constitute a contract between NPSI and any employee. No manager, employee, or representative of NPSI, except the President or CEO, has the authority to enter into any contract guaranteeing employment for any specific term, and no such contract shall be deemed binding unless it is in writing and signed by the President or CEO.


Accommodation Requests

NPSI provides reasonable accommodations to applicants during the application process to ensure equal access to all available positions.  To request an accommodation, please call NPSI’s Vice President of Human Resources at (206) 726-9900.


USD $90,000.00/Yr.


USD $110,000.00/Hr.


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