What you’ll do day-to-day
As the business’s human capital lead, the talent and people manager will partner with senior business leaders to spearhead and execute initiatives in the following areas: recruiting, employee relations, compensation, performance management, talent development, and promotions. This person will also provide expertise and counsel on a broad range of HR projects including policy development and implementation. The manager will serve as a trusted advisor to business stakeholders on a range of topics, including but not limited to talent retention, team-building, and organizational change and design issues.
Who we’re looking for
- At least eight years of human capital experience is required, including familiarity and skill with matters related to recruiting, employee relations, compensation, and performance management at a start-up or in a fast-growing company. Experience leading a one-person human capital function is highly desired.
- Experience providing strategic advice to managers and other business stakeholders on key human capital topics is essential, as is the ability to exercise the utmost discretion while working with confidential information.
- Candidates should possess excellent project management and advisory skills, sound judgment, and a client-focused approach.
- Experience working with a professional employer organization (“PEO”) is a distinct advantage.