People Operations is the machine that powers, drives, recruits, and retains all of the amazing talent at Litify and we’re looking to bring a dynamic individual onboard to help with our massive scaling efforts.

The scope of this role will focus heavily on talent acquisition and recruiting efforts, but it'll also touch on everything from HR initiatives, to culture and events, to office management and much, much more. To be successful in this role, you’ll need to be self-motivated and aware, highly autonomous and a go-getter who will go the extra mile to get things done. You’ll need to possess innate startup grit and the ability to juggle many balls and wear many hats at once as well as be able to work outside the confines of your job description. Most importantly, you’re someone who finds pleasure in improving manual, outdated, or inefficient processes, putting things in its proper order and place, and thrives in a continually-evolving, constantly-changing, demanding, and fast-paced environment.

A day in the life of a People Ops Associate will cover the following:

  • People: you’ll help draft and post job postings both on our internal ATS as well as external job boards, manage candidate experience by providing quick and timely turnaround, screen applications, coordinate and occasionally participate in phone, Google Hangout, and in-person interviews, and assist in employee on-boarding
  • Culture: you’ll champion and embody our culture as the repository and SME of all things Litify by keeping the office and our team engaged, ensuring the office is neat and presentable for our internal team as well as external guests and visitors
  • Events: coordinating, planning, and managing various company and team events (team building [think Escape the Room, improv workshops!], offsite events, corporate wellness, holiday and office parties, ice cream socials, volunteering, dinners, lunch-and-learns, etc.) as well as maintaining accurate and up-to-date calendar invites
  • HR: you’ll be the first line of support for our internal and prospective employees by responding to “tier 1” People Ops cases and escalating when necessary, as well as the day-to-day administration of People Ops
  • Ad-hoc tasks: as a People Ops Associate, you’ll be the go-to person for supporting various ad-hoc tasks and projects as they arise from our teams such as shipping out swag to our customers, updating our Sales leaderboard, setting and cleaning up our weekly breakfast, and beyond!

You have:

  • Prior experience in HR, operations, or recruiting or in a prior role as an scheduler or coordinator will be prioritized
  • Prior experience in a startup environment
  • Proficiency with Google Apps and Microsoft Suite

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