About the Role:

NextRoll is seeking an agile People Business Partner to collaborate with both the broader People team and business leaders on a strategic and operational level. Encompassing all People Partner functions, specific emphasis will be on business partnering, people development, process optimization, performance management, and employee engagement.

Do you have a passion for building organizational capabilities and evangelizing culture to deliver business results? Do you thrive in an ever-changing, responsive environment? You will partner with executives and leaders to ensure that the employee experience is aligned with our culture and business-objectives. AdRoll is going through exciting growth as a company focused on unparalleled customer segments and we are looking for a strategic people-partner to join our SF based Global People team to help grow the organization, partner on strategic change management initiatives, and further develop the business-partner function and value proposition within their business unit.

Team Overview:

The People team is an integral and critical partner within the company as a whole. As a People Business Partner within the team, you represent the company’s values and goals to all our employees and strengthen their knowledge of our purpose as a business. We work cross functionally throughout the organization to understand the particular needs of the business units and to ensure the business units' personal capital is well aligned for success.


  • Partner with our North America Marketing, Operations, Sales Services, and Sales teams within our AdRoll Business Unit in our Salt Lake City and San Francisco locations
  • Partner with organizational leaders at all levels on talent management to ensure employee experience and performance is aligned with company culture, and objectives
  • Advise and support managers regarding change initiatives, people/performance decisions and actions, talent management & development, workforce planning, retention and engagement, employee communication, culture management, inclusion and diversity, and People programs and services in support of achieving business goals
  • Build business-partner relationships with management and employees to evolve business, goals, and challenges; and identify and/or help to address systemic issues
  • Work closely with the Talent Acquisition team to engage the right talent that fits the business unit and company culture and promotes talent diversity
  • Work collaboratively with People Team to review, recommend and implement changes to processes to ensure optimization, streamlining, and compliance
  • Provide support and information to employees on basic human resources issues and processes
  • Enthusiastically seek to adopt and maintain best-practices as a People organization professional in the tech space
  • Demonstrate success in creating and driving effective development, employee-relations, retention and leadership programs
  • Participate in developing, implementing, and facilitating learning and development initiatives to meet the specific business needs


  • Business Insight: understand the business drivers, priorities, customer and competitor
  • Organizational Savvy: knows how to get things done both through formal channels and the informal network; understands the culture and needs of client groups as well as company consistently meet or exceed expectations
  • Agility: can effectively cope with and lead through change; ability to prioritize and smoothly lead multiple tasks; uses resources effectively and efficiently
  • Integrity: demonstrable ability to handle confidential information and situations; builds trust and credibility within the organization; is direct and truthful when presenting information and self


  • B.A. or B.S. degree
  • 6-8 years of relevant, forward-thinking Human Resources experience, preferably in a start-up or fast-paced environment supporting tech orgs
  • Ability to work effectively in an environment with a high level of ambiguity
  • Working knowledge of employment regulations and legislation
  • Excellent attention to detail, follow-through skills and resourcefulness
  • Experience with organizational development and employee training programs
  • Ability to make recommendations to effectively resolve problems or issues by using judgment that is consistent with company culture as well as standards, practices, policies, procedures, or governmental law
  • Excellent communication skills - you will be an articulate and persuasive communicator
  • Must be open to travel to our San Francisco offices on a regular basis as needed.

Ideal Personal Attributes:

  • Self-motivated with the desire and ability to learn on the fly
  • Extraordinary teammate / collaborative operating style
  • An innovative approach and willingness to contribute creative solutions to problems as they arise


  • Competitive salary and equity
  • Medical / Dental / Vision benefits
  • Paid time off and generous holiday schedule
  • The opportunity to win the coveted Golden Bagel award

About NextRoll:

NextRoll Inc. is a marketing and data technology company with a mission to accelerate growth for companies, big and small. Our proprietary data and machine learning powers data-driven marketing for over 37,000 customers. We empower growth through our three business units: AdRoll, a growth platform for ambitious DTC companies, RollWorks, an account-based platform for ambitious B2B companies, and NextRoll Platform Services, a marketing-technology-as-a-service offering that enables businesses the flexibility to build and enhance their marketing solutions. NextRoll Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in San Francisco, CA. To learn more visit nextroll.com

We are committed to building diverse teams of “Rollers” and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, ancestry, sex, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, citizenship, genetics, disability, age, veteran status or other characteristics.



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