Why join Mach49

Our ventures have over 90% success rates because of our people. Our teammates consistently outperform their own personal best because they’re driven by our mission, and because we form a supportive network of super smart, friendly, execution focused pros. You'll be working with and learning from experienced entrepreneurs with superpowers in founding and building businesses, product, go-to-market, Venture Capital Investing and more. Through the work we accomplish our people become even more professionally refined, world-class experts in their respective fields. We’re also having a lot of fun as we help change the world for good. Still with us? Keep reading!


Who we are

Mach49 partners with global businesses to create a pipeline and portfolio of new ventures and investments that disrupt existing markets and create new ones. We work with our clients to deliver the essential features of a successful growth engine: Venture Building, Venture Investing, Strategic Partnering, and Targeted M&A.


What makes us unique

At Mach49, we work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment with a start-up vibe — but we also benefit from the stability and resources of an established company. We’re good at what we do and we like doing it; the success rate of our ventures is over 90% because we’re driven by our mission and supported by a network of smart, friendly, execution-focused pros.


Who we need

We're looking for someone to lead our global talent acquisition efforts. If that interests you, and you have a knack for developing teams, connecting people, and motivating others to perform at their best, this role may be for you. If you also know how to identify unique talent and deliver on methodologies to source and hire a high volume of professional services and executive level roles, you could be a good match. If you can orchestrate hiring systems and teams to deliver exceptional experiences for candidates and hiring managers, and you can deliver this all in a way that represents our strong culture and values to attract top talent, then consider joining us!



  • Provide supportive, global leadership to internal teams, external partners, clients, prospects, and candidates, to consistently attract and hire talented A-Players across our teams worldwide.
  • Advance our inclusive community by enabling hiring teams to source diverse talent who align with our values, through effective recruiting, behavioral based interviewing, and other sophisticated talent acquisition strategies.
  • Achieve and maintain adoption of leading-edge hiring methodologies, tools, programs, initiatives, and services, evolve these based on results, data gathering and analysis, and deep understanding of client, candidate, and business needs.
  • Design and equip talent acquisition teams to deliver proactive service to meet or exceed organizational, and workforce needs, in a way that creates company advocates who positively review about their candidate experience.
  • In partnership with hiring teams, leadership, Finance, and HR, design Jobs and searches in a financially balanced way that fulfills needs and hires competitively.
  • Be an unstoppable advocate of our Employment Value Propositions and help to refine and adapt our recruiting team’s go-to-market strategies through various channels, to increase velocity of a high caliber talent pipeline.
  • Lead teams to consistently deliver high-volume, high-quality hiring services across the full recruiting cycle. Includes hiring manager intake, ATS job setup and management, interview lineup, and complex coordination across hiring panels.
  • Support and provide team coverage throughout entire candidate experience, with particularly high attention to the Applicant Tracking System, and its workflows, in a way that progresses talent through overall hiring methodology.
  • Direct Sourcing & Recruiting: Own a challenging, modest volume of high priority or otherwise difficult to fill company vacancies, from intake to hire. Support all team members with sourcing and recruiting as needed to ensure overall hiring success.
  • Partner with associates and leadership to manage external Employer Brand image. Includes third party website management - Glassdoor, LinkedIn and other public facing candidate experience rating and review platforms.


Core Outcomes:

  • Recruit and hire the target number of “A” Players to meet the needs of the business
  • Develop a strong internal recruitment team
  • Refine/ continuously improve hiring systems and operations to reduce time to hire to no more than 45 days and reduce cost-per-hire by 25% in the first year



  • Must have 10 or more years of relevant professional experience in technology and/ or services businesses
  • 5 or more years leading internal and external recruiting teams
  • Demonstrated success achieving team recruiting targets for fast growing organizations
  • Demonstrated success leading recruiting teams to deliver high quality experiences for candidates and hiring managers
  • Must enjoy and thrive being faced with high volume, complex challenges
  • Ability to build rapport quickly and maintain productive relationships
  • Ability to build trusted partnerships at all levels in an organization
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work well with a variety of personalities and work styles 
  • Must be able to consistently maintain a high attention to detail for self and others
  • Ability to communicate standards and hold others accountable for achievement
  • Must be self-motivated and driven to achieve goals independently and through others
  • A self-starter who is always looking to improve established processes
  • Stellar analytical and time-management skills
  • Experience with Greenhouse or substantial experience managing applicant workflow using other ATS with ability to quickly become an expert at new technologies
  • Bachelor's degree or comparable combination of education and experience preferred


We require background and reference checks, that new hires be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and that all associates, clients, and guests who choose to attend in-person Mach49 events provide proof of vaccination and follow local requirements and mask mandates. Working together, we can protect our global community.


Mach49 is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We’re building a diverse, inclusive, empathetic community where every one of us belongs. A place — not just a workplace — that reflects the people of all races, genders, sexual orientations, national origins, backgrounds, and perspectives who share our world.


Physical requirements include ability to communicate effectively in written and oral forms, to listen and hear and/or read on and through electronic devices for extended periods of time.


Authorization to work in the US required.


This is a Remote Working Opportunity.

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