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Recruiting Coordinator

At Barefoot, we believe that the network should be blazing fast and fully programmable. We envision a world where programmable networks outperform fixed-function networks. We believe that programming the network should be as easy as programming a server and we have invented technology that provides the necessary hardware and software to achieve all of these goals.

We are a team of visionaries, experienced technologists and engineers who are transforming the networking industry and ensuring that it will enjoy the same explosion of innovation as we have seen in compute and storage.  We are looking for a hardworking, innovative and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Coordinator to support the People team with various recruiting coordination and HR needs.  If you’re ambitious, passionate and thrive on solving tough, real-world problems with a smart, motivated team, you want to work here!


Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that all candidates enjoy an excellent candidate experience and walk away as Barefoot evangelists regardless of whether they are hired.
  • Own the recruiting coordination process working closely with Talent Acquisition, HR and hiring managers including but not limited to:
    • support in opening new job requisitions
    • setting up technical assessments and initial candidate screens and making sure that the results are captured in the applicant tracking system
    • schedule and confirm interviews including booking resources, takes initiative in follow-up, interview panel preparation, travel coordination when needed and has the foresight to think through all of the logistics
    • hosting candidates interviewing onsite and ensure that the candidate is enjoying their time with us, lunch is provided and breaks are inserted when needed, filling in and finding substitute interviewers when last minute conflicts arise and that the interview schedule runs smoothly and on time
    • reminding interviewers to submit candidate feedback
    • partnering with HR in onboarding of the new employee
  • Desire to learn from Recruiters and hiring managers and understand technical requirements of each role, the function and how it fits into the organization.
  • Planning and management of recruiting events (meetups, job fairs, conferences) as well as social activities for employees and interns
  • Perform special projects and research assignments related to the People function as time allows and required.
  • Enjoy working in a start-up environment.  Able and willing to wear multiple hats and do what it takes to get the job done.
  • Learn.  Herd cats. Be smart. Get stuff done.  Help build a vibrant, open, upbeat office culture.



  • BA/BS, or equivalent job experience
  • Organized, punctual, excellent attention to detail
  • 2+ years’ experience in administrative, HR or recruiting coordination roles ideally in fast paced, results driven technology companies
  • Proficient, savvy and enthusiastic user of technology, ideally both Macintosh and PC, smart phones/mobile devices as well as MS Office applications, Google and other cloud based applications and can learn any new desktop or mobile app that is put in front of you quickly.  Familiar with Applicant Tracking Systems.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills are an absolute must as well as strong interpersonal skills and the ability to influence various levels of employees, be an engaged listener, and foster connections throughout the organization.
  • Strong teamwork, solution-centric and customer service oriented attitude along with the ability to handle multi-faceted responsibilities simultaneously are essential.
  • Ambitious, passionate, out of the box thinker and self-starter that thrives on owning the entire process, getting the job done and aspires to build a career in Talent Acquisition or Human Resources.


What We Offer

  • Work in the Silicon Valley with legendary pioneers
  • Work with exceptionally passionate, talented and inspiring colleagues
  • High-energy atmosphere of a bold, young company disrupting the networking industry
  • Competitive compensation package with strong benefits plan and equity
  • Lots of freedom for creativity and personal growth
  • Excellent opportunity to be a part of ground-breaking innovation and make a lasting impact!


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