Jennifer Newbill is a Director within the Global Talent Acquisition COE (Center of Excellence) leading Dell’s Candidate attraction, engagement and experience. Jennifer and her team manage the global employment brand strategy including: management of the global recruiting brand campaign, social media strategy and planning, content creation and expertise (visual graphics, multimedia, blogging and social assets), candidate experience, recruiting tools and process, go-to-market recruiting strategies, employment value proposition cross-functional leadership and employee referral program. Jennifer and her team are also closely partnered with various Dell teams on employee advocacy and measuring employee and market sentiment.
An advocate of transparency in the marketplace, Jennifer was voted one of the top Talent Warriors by Glassdoor in 2014. She has sat on advisory boards for both Glassdoor and Universum. She has also published numerous online articles on Direct2Dell, HR Open Source, LinkedIn and Slideshare.net about Employment Branding best practices. She has also been mentioned in numerous publications including Forbes.com, Inc.com, Fastcompany.com, Yahoo.com, shrm.com, Industry Week and AmplifyTalent.
Jennifer has been with Dell, Inc. for over 14 years in various Human Resources roles including Recruiting, Leadership and Development and HR Operations project management.
Prior to Dell, she was with several Austin, TX based start-up companies including pcOrder.com (a spin-off of Trilogy), eLaw.com and Ignite! Learning in various HR roles including Recruiting and HR Generalist.
She started her career after graduating from Austin College in Sherman, TX and earning her Master’s degree in Business from the University of Dallas with executive search firm, Heidrick & Struggles where her passion for Recruiting officially launched.
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We all know that Candidate Experience is important, but why? And how can your human resources team truly make an impact on CE? At Dell, a steadfast focus on CE has led to improved CE survey results but more importantly enhanced dialogue with ...Read more