Curology – VP of People

 

Clear skin can be life-changing, but it's not easy to see a dermatologist. At Curology, we provide prescription medications custom-formulated for your skin and shipped directly to your door. We tailor the entire Curology experience specifically for patients with acne and anti-aging concerns, allowing us to provide incredibly personalized, effective and affordable care at scale.

Curology currently has >245 employees across two offices (SF and San Diego) and we have a very diverse set of quickly-growing teams including Engineering, Marketing, Creative (Video, Photo, Design), Pharmacy/Lab, Fulfillment, Medical (Dermatologists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants), and Medical Licensing.

We care a lot about our people and culture, and we’re looking for someone who shares our passion for building strong companies from within. This position is based in San Francisco, working alongside our management team, and will report to the CEO.

 What You'll Do:

  • People strategy, organizational design, and people analytics
  • Work with the CEO to scale our culture
  • Lead headcount, payroll, training and benefit forecasting
  • Performance management, compensation & benefits
  • Build an amazing, empathetic People team that grows with the organization over time
  • Act as a trusted advisor for senior management
  • Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal and compliance requirements; Coordinate with legal counsel and monitor and implement applicable up-to-date HR labor practices; represent the Company at hearings, if needed
  • Develop overall employment development and promotional successional plans
  • Bridge management and employee relations by addressing demands, grievances or other issues
  • Assess training needs and develop training programs
  • Maintain professional and technical knowledge

 Who You Are:

  • 8-10+ years Leadership Experience across all aspects of HR/Recruiting at hyper-growth companies. Both corporate and start-up experience preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree, Masters Preferred
  • Experience with HR compliance and regulations for team of 200+ employees; solid working knowledge of HR laws and policies and up to date with employment law
  • Ability to establish and manage relationships with leaders and provide required consultation
  • High level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive situations and documentation
  • Strong sense of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality of human resources information
  • Passion for what we do
  • Positive attitude and a sense of humor
  • Exceptional judgement, poise, and communication skills

 What Curology Offers:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Meaningful work
  • Free lunch every day
  • Wonderful teammates
  • Open and trusting work environment
  • Great salary + stock options + benefits
  • Financially healthy company growing 3x year-over-year
  • Beautiful office space in a central location

Curology encourages applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions and ages, as well as veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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