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We're looking for an experienced leader that will spearhead efforts to develop an innovative, inclusive, and systematic People function. You’ll have an extensive background building, maintaining, and improving People programs and infrastructure that attracts, supports, develops, and retains a top-tier, mission-driven distributed workforce.
You’ve spent 3+ years in People Operations, strategy, or a comparable role ideally in a small/medium size company. You’re excited about building a high-performing company culture and you’re not only skilled at designing large-scale strategic initiatives, but also at getting your hands dirty and getting things done.
Understand our company’s mission, vision, and values and use them to define, document, and operationalize our people philosophy; translating fundamental principles into concrete best practices
Act as a strategic advisor to company leadership as well as an approachable People-leader who is seen as the point of contact within the company for all things people-related
Develop and maintain programs for employee onboarding, performance management, employee engagement, long-term organizational planning, and individual contributor and manager/executive learning & development
Lead and own all ongoing programming related to professional development, feedback cycles, and career growth for all employees
Create a comprehensive compensation and leveling strategy, and manage our existing benefits, retention and reward strategies
Proactively and empathetically address workplace and personnel issues – including resolving difficult interpersonal and employee retention issue
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