At HopSkipDrive, our goal is to create opportunity for all through mobility. 

We’re a technology company that solves complex transportation challenges where there is a heightened need for safety, equity, and care. Through our marketplace, we connect kids, older adults, or anyone needing extra support to highly-vetted caregivers on wheels. Through our software and advisory services, we solve the biggest transportation challenges facing schools and school districts around the country. 

Founded by three moms as a solution to their own transportation challenges, we’ve now facilitated more than 3.3 million rides and operate across over 13 states across the country. We continue to expand at a rapid pace, making the Inc. 5000 list four times, as well as the Deloitte 500 Fast-Growing Technology list. HopSkipDrive is a Series D company and has raised $100M in funding to date.

Your role: 

This role will focus on developing and managing HopSkipDrive’s safety policies and standards. You are an experienced safety professional with a deep understanding of safety policies, standards, and regulations within the tech industry. You bring a proactive and strategic mindset to the development, implementation, and oversight of comprehensive policies. 

You are someone who can not only develop policies but can think through the intricacies and develop procedures from them for our front-line teams. You are passionate about safety and are never happy with the status quo. You’re always ready with ideas, motivated to continually improve the safety of our community, and drive a culture of safety and compliance. This role will report directly to the Director, Trust & Safety.

 

What you’ll do: 

  • Oversee HopSkipDrive’s safety policy and standards plan creation
  • Manage existing safety policies, procedures, SOPs, manuals, or other documents
  • Develop and implement policy research and analysis strategies
  • Create new safety policies; break them down into procedures for front-line workers
  • Introduce new policies, standards, and procedures across the company
  • Track and manage safety policies, perform reviews to keep them up-to-date and in compliance with regulatory standards, norms, and other requirements
  • Ensure familiarization of people in the company with safety policies and standards

 

What you’ll bring: 

  • 5+ years of tech industry or startup expertise in either policy, communications, operations, or legal
  • 3+ years of experience directly related to trust & safety
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills across multiple functions and teams
  • Entrepreneurial spirit who can come up with solutions to prevent problems we haven’t seen yet
  • Experience working with diverse stakeholders, from executives to front-line workers
  • Innovative thinker who can promote policy innovation and drive timely decisions
  • A creative problem solver with the ability to work independently
  • Bachelor's degree 
  • Direct experience in rideshare or a similar two-sided marketplace is preferred

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Our Investment In You

We want you to be an owner in our company and share in executing our vision, so every full-time employee has equity. In addition, we offer competitive market comp, flexible vacation, FSA, medical, dental and vision, 401(k), and an opportunity to work for a uniquely positioned, VC-backed company in a hugely attractive space with significant upside potential. HopSkipDrive is committed to fair and equitable compensation practices. The salary range for this role is $85,000 to $100,000. Final compensation for this role will be determined by several factors such as a candidate’s relevant work experience, skill set and specific work location. The total compensation package for this role also includes equity stock options.

 

HopSkipDrive is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other protected class.

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