Fox Robotics is growing rapidly. Our Human Resources team works to cultivate a workplace that is diverse, fast-paced, rewarding, sustainable and family-friendly. We are looking for a strong and compassionate addition to our team.

As a recruiting-focused HR specialist, you will:

  • Immerse yourself in the internal recruiting landscape at Fox Robotics
  • Meet regularly with department heads to discuss staffing needs and changes in organization structure
  • Work with the Director of Human Resources to craft job postings that will attract qualified candidates
  • Work actively to find innovative ways to reach qualified professionals
  • Familiarize yourself with the unique needs of each role and filter applicants to find the people who best fit our organization
  • Perform intro calls to screen candidates before referring them forward to team-specific hiring managers
  • Coordinate with team hiring managers to schedule candidate interviews and onsite visits
  • Assist in recruiting-specific travel coordination and project management
  • Perform reference checks and background checks for prospective hires
  • Assist Director of Human Resources in preparing offer letters and onboarding information
  • Coordinate with external recruiters as needed
  • Fill in with additional HR-related duties as required

You might be a good fit if you have:

  • A high level of emotional intelligence and empathy
  • An innate ability to read people and see the potential benefits and pitfalls in candidates
  • A background that enables the ability to connect with people from all walks of life
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • A high level of emotional resiliency
  • A deep sense of reliability and responsibility
  • A quick mind and a strong sense of wit
  • A strong work ethic and sense of autonomy
  • High competency in general communication tech and the ability to pick up new skills quickly

Bonus points:

  • Bachelor's degree or 2 years of experience in an HR-related field
  • Tech startup experience
  • Interest in startups, coding, robotics, manufacturing, warehouse logistics, or tech

Compensation & Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Stock options
  • Hybrid in-person and remote
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Fully-covered healthcare
  • 401k

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