Moloco is a machine learning company that enables businesses to unleash the power of their own data for fast, sustainable growth and performance through the advertising ecosystem. Our technology is best-in-class as we received the SMARTIES X silver award for Machine Learning and AI and were named the Cross-Industry Winner for Google Cloud Customer Awards. Moloco is in hyper-growth mode, ranked #91 among Deloitte’s 2021 Fast 500, and recently certified by 91% of the company via Great Places to Work. There isn’t a better time to join this innovative team in our Silicon Valley HQ or our offices in San Francisco, Seattle, London, Seoul, Singapore, China, and Tokyo. 


About the role

We are looking for a driven and proactive HR Business Partner to join the People & Talent team  and be a champion of Moloco's culture, values, and employee experience. This role will play an integral role in developing and implementing tools, systems, and processes that set the foundation for our team's growth. We are assembling an exceptional team and are eager to meet driven candidates who crave impact, thrive in ambiguity, and want to experience a startup shifting into hyper-growth.  This role will cover a broad range of People areas including performance management, learning and development, benefits/compensation, employee engagement.  It is important that this role have excellent communication skills with other remote team members and employees.  Exceptional partnering and influencing  skills to work with others at all levels including senior leadership.

What you'll do

  • Partner with managers on People related matters. Drive open and direct communication to deliver the best solution/path.  
  • Advise  employees on People  policies and processes
  • Work with our People technology tools that help us automate operational tasks.
  • Directly or indirectly manage on-boarding/off-boarding processes for local employees
  • Collaborate with team members for  various People initiatives to enhance employer branding and employee engagement
  • Manage various regional People team initiatives for the local area
  • Partner on career management and succession plans that aligns with local team needs and aligns with broader company objectives.  
  • Participate in the development and execution of the People & Culture roadmap. Coordinate key people programs such as feedback and development processes, compensation planning, pulse surveys, benefits and perks, L&D initiatives, etc.
  • Implement the performance management and competence development process alongside the broader People team.  
  • Ensure labor laws are in compliance and serve as best practices for the People team.  Handle  compliance-related employee issues and ensure 
  • controls are in place and procedures are followed for periodic review of compliance with all applicable laws.
  • Outline business issues for his/her division in terms of People issues and projects, anticipate and accompany operational requirements and organizational changes, acting as a business strategic driver.
  • Create conditions for a high-quality social environment, in particular alongside social partners, and strengthen the quality of engagement in the workplace.
  • Consolidate and analyze HR key performance indicators (KPIs) and annual reports for his/her area of activity, according to defined objectives.
  • Strengthen and promote MOLOCO's image, as well as its diversity, by ensuring respect for the company's values.
  • Provide People & Culture support across the business and serve as a point of contact for general benefit, HR questions


What you'll need to succeed

  • Degree from an accredited University or equivalent work experience 
  • 10+ years of experience in HR Business Partner role
  • Good understanding of various HR areas 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills in English 
  • Familiar with various Korea labor laws and employer standards
  • Participate and implement organizational development projects
  • Ability to handle ambiguous situations in a startup environment
  • Work well with various stakeholders in diverse locations 
  • Work well with cross-functional teams in a fast pace environment


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