The HR Coordinator supports talent acquisition and retention efforts in a fast-paced, ever-changing, agency environment. The HR Coordinator will develop a deep understanding of Barefoot's talent practices and play a critical role in ensuring smooth, efficient and scalable talent operations. The ideal individual will exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities. The HR Coordinator will have the ability to work independently on projects from conception to completion and be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion.


Talent Acquisition

·     Support HR/Talent Development in hiring top talent across all disciplines in the agency

·     Screen resumes, qualify candidates, complete phone interviews, schedule and manage in-person interviews

·     Ensure that each candidate has an excellent candidate experience from first point of contact

·     Manage talent brief library and job postings


·     Work with hiring managers to develop on-boarding plans for new employees and coordinate all meetings

·     Serve as first day ambassador for all new employees

·     Process new hire paperwork

·     Regularly evaluate on-boarding process effectiveness and proactively suggest and implement approved enhancements

Talent Operations

·     Manage and update internal HR systems internally (time tracking, payroll, benefits)

·     Ensure confidentiality of all employee information


 Passionate advocate for people with a genuine desire to contribute to the success of all

Possess the skills, knowledge and experience required to perform position duties in a competent, efficient and effective manner.

Very strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build positive, productive relationships with employees and agency leaders

Excellent oral and written communications skills including listening well to others

Detail oriented with strong organizational skills

Excellent time management skills

Proactive approach to problem solving, demonstrating sound judgment and a strong bias for action

Reliable and responsive; consistent and timely follow up and follow through

Ability to meet deadlines, juggle multiple projects and work independently in a fast-paced environment and with minimal oversight

Intellectually curious and willing to learn new things

Brings a positive attitude and emotional maturity to the role

Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion


·     1+ years of experience in a Recruiting / HR Generalist role

·     Bachelor’s degree

·     Experience working in a digital or advertising agency preferred

·     Experience with applicant tracking system preferred

·     Proficient in Outlook and Microsoft Office Suite

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