Join us on our mission to make a better world of work. 

Culture Amp revolutionizes how over 25 million employees across 5,000 companies create a better world of work. As the global platform leader for employee experience, Culture Amp empowers companies of all sizes and industries to transform employee engagement, develop high performing teams, and retain talent via cutting-edge research, powerful technology, and the largest employee dataset in the world. The most innovative companies across the globe, such as Salesforce, Unilever, PwC, KIND, SoulCycle, and BigCommerce depend on Culture Amp every day.

Culture Amp is backed by 10 years of innovation, leading capital venture funds, and offices in the U.S, U.K, Germany and Australia. Culture Amp is recognized as one of the world’s top private cloud companies by Forbes and one of the most innovative workplace companies by Fast Company.

Learn more about how Culture Amp can help you create a better world of work at cultureamp.com.

The Role:

Culture Amp is looking for a People Science Contractor to support our education and enablement efforts - specifically the way we help people understand the scientific underpinnings of our Employee Experience platform. You enjoy distilling complex ideas into digestible information to help others learn and grow (and have fun doing it!). 

You will produce various pieces of content both independently and alongside People Scientists across the globe. Types of content include the following:

  • Literature reviews: summarize new, popular concepts for People Scientists to help keep them up to date on evolving HR issues

  • Blog / article / E-book writing support: translate literature reviews for lay audiences to scale marketing-related education efforts

  • Culture Amp Training and Support Guide: support on-demand training content development and strategic guidance in the platform (via Skilljar)

  • Presentation collateral: convert ad hoc People Science discussions with customers into repeatable, scalable presentations or training materials that can be facilitated by People Scientists and Customer Success Coaches

  • Webinar and Executive Roundtable presentations: Create slide presentations for use in PS-driven marketing activities

  • Ad hoc content development to support our fast-evolving product, sales and customer success strategies. 

 

Qualifications:

  • Actively enrolled in pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Education, Learning, Organizational Development, HR/Business Analytics.

Structure:

  • 6 Month Duration

  • This is a paid contract

  • Reporting to Director of People Science, Enablement

If you are truly excited about this opportunity and meet the above requirement, please submit the following:

  1. Your resume

  2. A cover letter 

  3. A work sample that demonstrates why you feel you would be a great addition to our team - this could be a blog post, video, presentation, facilitator’s guide - something you worked on and are proud of. 

Thank you very much for your time and interest!

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