Role: People and Office Coordinator

Location: New York, NY

 

What’s the role?

We are looking for an Office & People Operations Coordinator to join as an early member of our People Team. In this dynamic role you will help support office operations, employee requests, recruitment and onboarding, and all things People. You’ll collaborate across the team to champion our company values and deliver a world class employee and candidate experience all while being part of a growing organization that’s just starting to come together. 

 

You’ll be immediately responsible for:

  • Being the primary point of contact for day to day office coordination such as taking stock of office supplies, equipment, mail distribution, equipment provisioning
  • Working collaboratively with the whole team on all people and culture initiatives including happy hours, event planning, employee celebrations, anniversary, new hire swag orders, and more.
  • Serving as a point of contact for visiting remote employees and top clients.
  • Executing quickly on internal employee requests.
  • Managing our third party facilities team and ensuring task completion daily
  • Anticipating office or employee needs and proactively resolving them

 

In the future you’ll be able to flex to:

  • Own all projects and initiatives focused on the employee experience
  • Learn about everything from performance management to compliance, employment law, compensation and all of the quirky dos and don'ts of People & Culture.
  • Coordinate & execute all events at the company level with an opportunity to partner with our Marketing team on external events

 

Who you are:

  • You’ve got excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • You have an ability to execute with strict confidentiality.
  • Strong time management and organizational skills.
  • You are eager to move into a dynamic organization that believes in pushing boundaries

 

In terms of qualifications, we’re seeking:

  • At least 1 year of experience in a People Operations administration, Onboarding, Talent Acquisition/Recruitment, Office management or similar.
  • Experience managing an office or working as an Executive Assistant is preferred.
  • Exposure to HR best practices is ideal.
  • You are technically proficient with Google Suite, MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.
  • You have experience with an ATS, preferably Greenhouse.

 

Annual base salary range is $60,000 - 80,000 + bonus + benefits (medical, dental, vision) + 401K match + Equity. Ultimately, when building each comp package we consider job skills, experience and location. 

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