VP of Human Resources and Recruiting

at CGI+ Real Estate Investment Strategies

Location: Los Angeles, CA/Hybrid (not remote)


Who We Are:

We are a growing boutique real estate investment and development firm based in Los Angeles with a mixed asset portfolio which includes but is not limited to; multifamily, and extended stay corporate housing located throughout California and key cities nationwide. We are adding to our team due to growth!  Please visit CGIPlus.com to learn more about our company, values, and culture.

The VP of Human Resources will oversee the day to day operations including all employee relations and working alongside our PEO partner (Insperity). The leader will own all general HR business practices and procedures, with a particular emphasis on recruiting for all locations, departments, and positions, from line level associates to C- Suite roles. Due to our rapid growth, recruiting will be a top priority, along with the continued buildout of the company organizational structure, culture and practices. This leader should be a very accomplished in his/her own right, with the ability to lead and build an HR team with a focus on quality, recruiting, and company culture.

What You'll Do

Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage hiring plan, including: requisitions, priority of roles, and hiring action points and processes
  • Quickly develop working knowledge of departments and relationships with department heads to identify hiring needs and organizational development needs
  • Track and manage individual and team metrics, in-line with company and department goals and key performance indicators
  • Design and update job descriptions
  • Screen incoming resumes and application forms
  • Interview candidates (via phone, video and in-person)
  • Advertise job openings on company’s careers page, social media, job boards and internally
  • Provide shortlists of qualified candidates to hiring managers
  • Send job offer emails and answer queries about compensation and benefits
  • Ensure overall positive experience for candidates, interviewers, and employees - be a phenomenal representative of the company both internally and externally
  • Set monthly and quarterly goals with Talent Acquisition Specialists and Generalists and conduct weekly 1on1s with each team member
  • Assist in hiring and onboarding activities with Human Resources
  • Build company’s HR policies and refine the company’s culture

What You'll Need

  • Bachelor's degree required
  • 5+ years in Human Resources as a Director or equivalent role
  • 3+ years in Recruiting/Talent Acquisition

What We Offer In Return:

  • Professional development and growth opportunities
  • Generous time off policies; holidays, vacation, one additional week off during holiday season and sick leave
  • Company covers 100% of the base Medical, Dental, Vision, AD&D, & Life Insurance plans
  • Hybrid work environment (2x in office and 3x a week remote)
  • Great office perks; fully stocked kitchen and weekly catered lunches

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