Alto is a destination for innovative, intellectually curious, and forward thinking people - we are disrupting the rideshare industry with a revolutionary, elevated experience and sustainable business model! In order to achieve this, Alto hires W-2 employee drivers, maintains a branded fleet of vehicles, and is transitioning to an all-electric fleet in 2023. The company is rapidly growing, having raised a $45M Series-B in 2021 and is accelerating towards a nationwide expansion; today Alto operates in Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington D.C., Miami, Silicon Valley, and Houston.

 

About the role:

Are you a passionate Human Resources leader who knows the gig economy and shares our values that traditionally independent contractor drivers deserve better? Help Alto elevate the driver experience and transform the gig economy by offering drivers W2 employment, compelling compensation, and comprehensive benefits! We now have a driver base of over 1,000 and are growing very quickly. We're looking for a leader who can help us continue to innovate and keep up with the dynamic and highly competitive environment for our front-line workforce.

 

What you’ll do:

  • Partner with operations to support a growing team of more than 1,000 front-line driver employees across multiple states
  • Implement HR procedures, policies and best practices to manage human resources for Alto Operations in Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Washington DC, and Silicon Valley
  • Serve as an advisor to executive leadership, helping them navigate the complexity of a gig economy and adapting to fast-changing federal and state regulations
  • Provide thought leadership and propose and lead programs to give us best-in-class people operations
  • Lead an eager, ambitious human resources team that supports our operations

 

What you bring to the table:

  • 10+ years of experience in human resources / people operations, including at least 4 years in a management / leadership role
  • Must have experience supporting employees in multiple states, particularly California
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • This role will be based full-time in Dallas but you must have the ability to travel up to 25% of the time
  • Expert knowledge of state and federal employment / human resources regulations and best practices

 

What you’ll get:

  • Competitive base salary and discretionary bonus
  • Equity in a rapidly growing company
  • Health/dental/vision insurance and 401k with employer matching
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Generous monthly credit to ride Alto

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