The role of a Sourcer has fragmented from that of a talent acquisition specialist, and in recent years we have seen further fragmentation with various specialisms existing within sourcing itself.
Arguably, one of the most critical roles within talent acquisition is that of the Sourcer whose job it is to find suitable, qualified and interested talent and bring them to the table.
Sourcers have to be able to find and attract potential candidates (both active job seekers and passive candidates) from an ever-increasing number of online sources and do so in a way that is quicker and smarter than their peers in other companies.
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