Who We Are

Maisonette was founded by two moms in 2016 with the goal of helping modern families navigate the adventure of raising children. We are an expertly-curated kid’s marketplace featuring the best kids’ products from around the globe: stylish clothing, top tops aand gear, and home décor – plus, trusted guidance and inspiration. 

We are a fast-growing venture-backed start-up with a unique positioning in the kid's market. We believe what you consume for your kids matters. So whether you’re looking for the safest car seat, the latest STEM toy, or tips on how to sleep train, we’re here for you… like family. 

What We Need

Our success starts with an investment in and commitment to our people. The Head of People is responsible for the strategic development of people and culture initiatives and organizational growth.

This is a unique opportunity to build out the People and Culture function in a growing organization. 

What You'll Do

The Head of People will manage and execute on all people operations arenas: Talent acquisition and on-boarding, employee relations, performance management, and HR administration. Working closely with senior management and cross-functional partners, this person will lead the way in developing a unique culture that is a competitive asset for recruiting and retaining talent.

Qualifications

  • 7+ years serving in a business partner and strategic human resources role
  • Demonstrated experience building out a people and culture function in a growing organization while also supporting the overall growth of the organization
  • Knowledge of relevant HR policies and federal and state employment laws
  • Ability to work on own initiative to identify and resolve problems
  • Willingness to roll up your sleeves and act as a strategic and tactical team player 

HIRING PHILOSOPHY

We’re passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. Companies that are diverse in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, and perspective are proven to be better companies. More importantly, creating an environment where everyone, from any background, can do their best work is the right thing to do. We look forward to interest in our roles from all walks of life.

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