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Jacob Alan Hartz


515 14 Avenue East #303, Seattle, Washington 98112 | 805.551.6554 |

Master of Education: Student Development Administration
Seattle University Seattle, Washington
(Anticipated) June 2015
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology
University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California
March 2012

Work Experience
Human Resources Coordinator
McKinstry Seattle, Washington
2015 Present

Manage a 50/50 split between HR Operations and Talent Acquisition teams,

prioritizing tasks to ensure efficiency and productivity
Onboard new hires through a thorough introduction to McKinstry and its
Prepare and execute weekly and monthly reports on recruiting activity and
applicant flow
Create, extend, and negotiate offer letters to candidates across the country
Work closely with candidates and hiring managers to schedule candidate
interviews and travel arrangements
Research and strategically post jobs to various job boards, organizations, and
university career centers, ensuring high visibility for enhanced applicant flow
Communicate with internal and external candidates on hiring processes,
requirements, and career page navigation
Contribute to a process improvement project designed to identify solutions to
various gaps in HR processes
Collaborate with recruiters on the summer internship program to improve the
intern experience

Talent Acquisition Specialist

McKinstry Seattle, Washington
2014 Present



Manage full lifecycle recruiting for various operating groups including Corporate
Services, Construction, and Engineering
Ensure a single point-of-contact for the candidate throughout the interview
Negotiate offers with varying candidates, including Accountants, Project
Engineers, and Business Operation Specialists
Educate hiring managers around interview strategies and onboarding
processes, resulting in consistent interview processes and enhanced interview

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Analyze and recommend technology investment opportunities; organize and

track opportunities as well as inform talent acquisition team on emerging
Enhance candidates offer stages by ensuring questions are answered timely
and clearly
Motivate McKinstry senior executives to support and develop the internship
program; influence advance planning and budgeting for 2015 interns

Internship Coordinator
McKinstry Seattle, Washington
August 2014

Successfully recruited and grew the internship program from eight to 23 interns
nationwide for a full-time, 12 week-long internship program
Produced the companys highest intern retention rate of 43% with 22% hired
Counseled local and remote interns through one-hour long in-person and online
training sessions on strategies to be successful
Improved and implemented an intern handbook designed to track
competencies, skills, and experiences
Restructured a ten session Lunch and Learn program to include McKinstrys
CEO and Vice Presidents to introduce interns to executive leadership and
accompanying business divisions
Organized McKinstrys first Internship Alumni Networking Social to facilitate an
introduction of current interns to past interns
Designed and organized the 2015 intern recruitment strategy by registering
and training employees for eleven university career fairs across the country
Assessed intern and mentor experience through quantitative and qualitative
surveys using data for recommendations on future internship programs

Internship, International Student Center (ISC)

Seattle University Seattle, Washington
2013 March 2014

March 2014


Prepared and facilitated a three-day training session for 12 Orientation Leaders

for the Fall New Beginning International Student Orientation program with a
strong emphasis on diversity, University resources, and academic success
Collaborated with various departments and advised on programs designed to
encourage domestic and international student interaction including the ISCs
annual International Week, International Dinner, United Nations Luncheon, and
various holiday programs
Managed budget for programs, particularly for International Week events
Supervised and coached a team of four undergraduate international student
Programming Assistants on office and campus policies and procedures around

College Programs Assistant, College Eight

University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California
June 2012

March 2012

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Partnered with College Programs Coordinator to review resumes, schedule

interviews, and contact candidates for the hiring process of 15 Orientation
Advised a team of eight Programming Assistants in developing and organizing
four campus programs including the College Eight Commencement Ceremony
for over 350 students, adhering to strict deadlines
Collaborated with peers to design an appropriate logo for the commencement
ceremony gift, incorporating feedback from College Administrative Officer
Researched appropriate vendors and negotiated financial agreements for the
College Eight commencement ceremony gift

Peer Advisor, College Eight

University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California
2011 March 2012

Advised undergraduate students with major and academic planning through

one-on-one drop-in advising sessions three times a week throughout the entire
academic year
Facilitated two new student orientation programs including thorough
introductions to campus academic resources
Navigated about 50 students through UCSCs online student portal, class
registration, and academic and personal enrollment holds through exceptional
communication through in-person, phone, and email conversations
Maintained student files, demonstrating confidentiality and professionalism in
all aspects of students personal, academic, and developmental concerns

Mail Room Assistant II, College Eight

University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California
December 2011


June 2010

Processed and distributed mail and packages to students, staff, and faculty in
compliance with US Post Office rules and regulations
Learned and trained two new hires on USPS, FedEx, and UPS pickup and
delivery processes
Redesigned the mailroom for easier mail and package access and for a more
streamlined sorting process

Housing Office Assistant II, College Eight

University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California September 2009
June 2011

Assisted Housing Coordinator with student room assignments; utilized student

surveys to match students
Assessed residence halls for repairs, contact students when necessary to
explain and charge fees for damage
Took quarterly inventory on office supplies; maintained and reorganized supply
Assisted students with lockouts; used student information in accordance with
FERPA to supply new keys

Professional Involvement
MAGIS Journal Editorial Team Member

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Seattle University Seattle, Washington

2014 Present


Edit student submissions for content and APA formatting adhering to strict
Attend training sessions to receive most up-to-date APA rules and regulations

Exploring Systems of Educational Inequity Workshop

Seattle University Seattle, Washington
Fall 2013

Led two workshops around issues of college access, equity, and diversity

Day by the Bay

University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California
Spring 2011

Assisted in organizing College Eights information table and spoke with Alumni
about the students experiences, development, and trajectories

Outstanding Student Staff Award
University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California
Awarded June 2012

Received for demonstrating exceptional work as a student staff member

throughout my undergraduate career

Alumni College Service Award Scholarship

University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, California
Awarded November 2011

$500 scholarship awarded by Alumni Relations

Nominated by College Eight professional staff for exhibiting excellent service


Exceptional written and verbal communication skills

Strong organizational skills paying close attention to detail
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
FERPA certified