Fox Robotics is growing rapidly. Our Human Resources team works to maintain our culture of being a diverse, fast-paced, sustainable, and family-friendly workspace. We are looking for a strong and compassionate addition to our team.

We want someone who can set an appropriate tone in an inviting way, track details, and provide employees with the support they need to succeed at building robots that work.

We’re looking for someone with:

  • A high level of emotional intelligence and empathy
  • A background that enables the ability to connect with people from all walks of life
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • A deep sense of reliability and responsibility
  • A quick mind and a strong sense of wit
  • A strong work ethic and sense of autonomy

Responsibilities:

  • Stand as an employee resource
  • Mitigate conflict internally in a manner that’s professional, empathetic, and diplomatic
  • Collaborate and research to help develop HR policies for the company
  • Educate and enforce company policies when appropriate
  • Onboard new employees
  • Manage our payroll and PEO (currently using Justworks)
  • Track HR and personnel documentation
  • Help with facility compliance

Personal Skills:

  • Be a safe space for whistle-blowing, employee conflict, and other sensitive matters
  • Respond quickly to employee needs
  • Outsource help if needed 
  • Answer questions from employees regarding benefits and payroll platforms
  • Prepare and manage documentation for any HR-related needs
  • High competency in general communication tech and the ability to pick up new skills quickly

Bonus points:

  • Bachelor's degree or 7 years of experience in an HR-related field
  • Tech startup experience
  • Interest in recruiting

Our Mission

At Fox, we make robots that work.

We make robots that do useful work and that do it well. We make robots whose value is obvious and who can quickly pay for themselves.

We make robots that work because they are a human multiplier. They make it possible for us to do more with less. And doing more with less is really, really important. It is how we grow our economy, reduce environmental impacts, provide higher-paying jobs and fund social services.

We make robots that work because it will make life better.


Employee diversity helps us improve the world for everyone. We care about the people we work with and we welcome all identities, genders, backgrounds, ability levels, ethnicities, ages, ideologies and life experiences. As we grow, we seek to broaden this diversity and create an environment where all can thrive.

 

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