As a People Partner, you will have a high impact role on a growing team. You will own the execution of key processes, programs, and policies for your client groups to operate effectively and deliver a world-class employee experience. The best candidate for this role is a strong HR business partner that is agile, knowledgeable and can garner trust with stakeholders across the business. cross the business

Responsibilities:

  • Act as a trusted advisor to leaders and managers in Technology as it relates to people strategy

  • Plan and execute company-wide, cyclical HR programs and initiatives

  • Partner with leaders and stakeholders on programs and initiatives to drive efficiency in various areas, including but not limited to: workforce planning, org design, compensation, performance management, engagement, and employee relations.

  • Analyze trends and make data driven decisions to develop people strategy and influence change.

  • Enable leaders to effectively lead their teams through direct, compassionate, and contextualized coaching

  • Provide HR programmatic support, thought partnership, and coaching to all levels of the organization

  • Manage and facilitate organizational design and development, leadership coaching, and team building that support change and growth

  • Proactively assess team and manager development needs, make recommendations, and implement appropriate solutions

  • Ensure employee advocacy and fairness

About You:

  • Sympathetic: You are driven to understand employee concerns and pain points and create solutions that benefit them and the business.

  • Team-Oriented: You excel at collaborating across the company. You can move easily between business stakeholders.

  • Great Communicator: You have a natural ability to build relationships with cross-functional team members and are a master of the written word, with excellent attention to detail

  • Startup Mentality: You thrive in a fast-paced, high-intensity environment where you balance multiple projects and can prioritize your work both short and long term.

  • Driven: You are motivated to achieve success and raise the bar for those around you.

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of experience as an HRBP with a demonstrated track record of driving improvements

  • Excellent communication skills and ability to coach, influence, and partner with various levels of employees

  • Excellent judgment and a high level of accountability

  • Strong organization skills and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment with constantly evolving priorities.

  • Track record of executing people programs, policies, and process for scale in a high growth company

  • Excellent judgment and an ability to balance the needs of the company, managers and employees

  • Experience supporting technology teams

About LaunchDarkly:

LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves hundreds of billions of feature flags daily to help software teams build better software, faster. Feature flagging is an industry standard methodology of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka "dark launching"). LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. We are building a diverse team so that we can offer robust products and services. Our team culture is dynamic, friendly, and supportive. Our headquarters are in Oakland.

At LaunchDarkly, we believe in the power of teams. We're building a team that is humble, open, collaborative, respectful and kind. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Don't let the confidence gap get in the way of applying! We'd love to hear from you.

We've partnered with KeyValues to help demonstrate the amazing culture we've built here at LaunchDarkly, find more info at https://www.keyvalues.com/launchdarkly.

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