GumGum is a contextual-first, global digital advertising platform that uses advanced AI  technology to serve captivating creative ads that drive consumer attention, without the use of personal data. At GumGum, we don’t need to know who you are to deliver relevant and engaging ads that align with your active frame of mind. We believe that a digital advertising industry based on context rather than personal data builds a more equitable and less invasive future for the internet and is better for consumers, publishers and advertisers alike. Our blueprint for the future, The Mindset Matrix™, combines the power of context and creative in digital advertising to deliver superior attention and drive consumer action without sacrificing personal data. 

To be a part of this next phase of digital advertising that prioritizes data privacy, please visit www.gumgum.com/careers

Although an employee of GumGum, this position will be supporting Relo Metrics, a subsidiary company of GumGum, that spun off from the GumGum brand in 2021. The People team at GumGum provides HR support to the Relo Metrics team.

Relo Metrics is at the forefront of sports sponsorship analytics, empowering brands and rights holders with actionable insights to maximize their investments. As an industry leader, we harness advanced computer vision technology to analyze broadcast, streaming, and social media content, delivering precise, real-time data that drives sponsorship value. Join our team of innovative thinkers and pioneers in a collaborative environment where technology meets creativity, and be a part of transforming the sports analytics landscape. Whether you are starting your career or looking to advance it, Relo Metrics offers a place where your work will make an immediate impact. For more, please visit relometrics.com.

As a Part-time HR Generalist (HRG), you will play a crucial role in supporting and strengthening our human resources operations. Your expertise will help to implement HR best practices, maintain compliance with employment laws, streamline HR processes, enhance employee relations, and ensure a supportive and efficient work environment.

The Part-time HRG is the first HR role at Relo Metrics, a subsidiary of GumGum, Inc. Relo Metrics has appx. 35 employees in the U.S. (mainly LA and NY) and the UK with some international third-party engineers. The HRG reports to the Director, People Operations at GumGum and will be fully embedded in the Relo Metrics day-to-day operations there. This is a remote position with occasional travel to the Santa Monica office and/or locations throughout the LA area.

Part-time Work Schedule

  • 20 hours per week
  • 4 hours per day 

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What You'll Achieve

  • HR Operations: Manage daily HR activities for smooth operations.
  • Compliance: Ensure adherence to U.S. and U.K. employment laws.
  • Onboarding & Separations: Facilitate new hires and conduct exit interviews.
  • Compensation & Benefits: Handle payroll updates, benefits administration, and annual compensation planning.
  • Performance Management: Coordinate annual reviews and goal alignment.
  • Employee Relations: Address employee inquiries and maintain positive relations.
  • Employee Data: Update records in ADP WorkforceNow, draft offer letters.
  • General HR Support: Assist with HR tasks, plan team events, and support recruiting efforts.

Skills You'll Bring

  • Bachelor's in HR, Business Administration, or related field.
  • 2-4 years of HR experience, preferably in tech or start-ups.
  • Proficient in HRIS implementation and management.
  • Experienced in onboarding and separations.
  • Knowledgeable in U.S. and U.K. employment laws.
  • Strong organizational and multitasking skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Independent and collaborative worker.
  • Discreet, with a high level of integrity.

What We Offer

The reasonable estimated hourly pay range for this role is from ($37.98 - $46.15).  The actual amount may be higher or lower. Individual compensation will vary based on factors including, but not limited to, relevant qualifications, work location, and labor market conditions.

Awards

  • Shortlisted for Marketing Technology Company of the Year for the 2023 Mumbrella Awards
  • 2024 Winner of 7 BuiltIn Awards on a national, regional, and remote scale - including Remote Best Places to Work at #25 and Best Midsize Places to Work in Los Angeles, CA at #9
  • Ad Exchanger Programmatic Power Player 2022 and 2021
  • CTO  Hero Award of OTT.X 2023
  • Digiday Media Awards Europe finalist 2022 and 2021
  • Finalist for the 2023 AdExchanger Awards Best Video Technology For Media Suppliers
  • Gold Award at the IAB Mixx Awards in Belgium in the “Best Use of Advertising Technology” category
  • The Drum Award Digital Advertising: Game-changing Technology for Domino's case study

GumGum is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. At GumGum, we believe in cultivating an environment where our team members can bring their authentic, whole selves to work. Encouraging identity and belonging is one of the many aspects of our culture that makes us stronger as an organization and drives innovation. We are committed to building and delivering a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that is representative of the world around us, where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity - and to act swiftly if this value is ever threatened. We are constantly striving to be better, and we continue to take strategic steps to advance representation. - Phil Schraeder, CEO

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