About Constellation:

Constellation is a global, NYC-based SaaS company that’s seen exponential growth since its founding in 2016. Inventing the world’s first and only creative marketing technology made for highly regulated industries, our end-to-end compliance solution features built-in verticalized engines designed to streamline the creative process for Fortune 500 companies in Auto, Pharma and Banking—with an automated solution that scales both creative and the regulatory approval process.

Constellation was named the 65th Fastest-Growing Private Company in America, the 10th Fastest-Growing Women-Owned Private Company, and the 7th Fastest-Growing Marketing & Advertising Company by Inc 500. In 2022, our platform won the Digiday Technology Award for Best Marketing Automation Platform.


Reporting to the Head of People, the People Team is seeking a People Operations Specialist who will build and support a variety of global human resources initiatives.  You will be a key contributor to a fast growing organization that will define the future state of our employee experience and value proposition.

This role requires a broad range of skills within business partnership, benefits management, talent acquisition, compensation, leveling/mapping, and immigration.  A qualified candidate will have a passion and drive to work in a start-up environment.  This is a Hybrid role that requires the employee to work out of our World Trade Center office 3 days a week.

Essential Functions 

  • Become an impactful member of Constellation’s People Team by executing on the current deliverables & enhancing the culture of the team
  • Build out global programs for the United States, Dubai, LATAM, and Canada
  • Administer and support Constellation’s employee benefits, compensation, immigration, and talent acquisition initiatives
  • Conduct performance reviews, background screenings, and new hire trainings
  • Managing the onboarding and offboarding process for employees
  • Utilize a variety of of HR systems that include Greenhouse, Employee Navigator, OCA, Tripactions, DocuSign, HireRight, and Paylocity
  • Provide documentation, reporting, and new ideas for areas of improvement
  • Work with our in-house counsel on visa sponsorship and immigration matters
  • Experience in an environment where mapping, performance levels, compensation bands, and workforce planning has been implemented
  • Document processes, identify HR concerns, and provide complaint resolutions
  • Experience with routine inquiries, correspondence and departmental administration. Such as basic employee questions, organizational change administration, vacancy analysis, performance review support, exit interviews, and more
  • Ability to manage employee relations issues in partnership with the business
  • Ability to assist in the creation, communicate, and adoption of company policies
  • Play a key role in identifying and removing/reducing manual operations and enabling capabilities within the HR Technology landscape.
  • Assist in the management and deployment of new system functionality, processes, and/or integrations in partnership with IT and HR, including executing test scenarios and providing end user training.
  • Knowledge of general HR & Talent services, systems (Greenhouse, Paylocity, & Employee Navigator a plus)
  • Demonstrated ability to drive projects from inception to completion
  • Experience with Benefits, HSA, 401(k) and other necessary program audits
  • Assist with administration all US leave-of-absence requests with our Leave administrator
  • Assist in the administration all US leave-of-absence requests with our Leave administrator
  • Responds to 401(k) inquiries from managers and employees relating to enrollments, plan changes and contribution amounts.


  • Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience
  • 3+ years of experience within People Operations, Human Resources and or Talent Acquisition 
  • A proactive self-starter with the ability to drive change
  • Exposure to talent acquisition & recruitment operations
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Strong attention to detail and time management are essential
  • Experience working in a start-up environment that constantly evolves 


The salary for this role is $80,000 - $120,000



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