Software Is Eating The World


Lake Mary, FL, US

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About Robinhood:


Robinhood is democratizing access to America’s financial system. Since our public launch in 2015, we’ve cemented our position as the fastest-growing brokerage with millions of users and billions of dollars in transaction volume. Robinhood received recognition with the Apple Design Award, the Google Material Design Award, and named Fast Company’s 11th Most Innovative Company in the World.


We’re backed by top-tier investors such as DST Global, NEA, Index Ventures, Thrive Capital, Ribbit Capital, a16z, and GV, as well as individuals such as Jared Leto, Ashton Kutcher, John Legend, Snoop Dogg, and Nas.


About the team


We’re passionate about delivering an awesome candidate experience at each stage of the conversation by lending genuine insight into our culture, mission and challenges. 


As a Sourcer you'll:


Partner closely with recruiters and hiring managers to become subject matter experts in the operational requirements, and how positions are able to impact the organization

Strategize and leverage multiple sourcing channels to identify high caliber candidates and maintain a healthy pipeline for priority roles

Engage passive candidates and understand their underlying motivations, while providing  detailed information on the position requirements and company mission

Be the face of Robinhood to our amazing candidates. Maintain professional and courteous communication with candidates to foster long-term relationships

Some things we consider critical to being a Sourcer:


2+ years of sourcing/recruiting experience (at least 1 year agency experience preferred)

Proven track-record sourcing and hiring passive candidates from top companies. You do not rely on inbound applicants or third party agencies

You think of hiring as a partnership and have the gift to successfully work with all different personalities regardless of hierarchy

Self-starting, scrappy and resourceful work ethic requiring minimal to no guidance

You can think on your feet, but have enough humility to ask questions