People + Culture Coordinator (Remote)

Position: Full-Time



The People + Culture team is looking for our next rockstar to join our ever-growing talented team. As the People + Culture Coordinator you will play a crucial role in supporting the workforce at Movement Strategy. This position will report directly to the Sr. Human Resource Partner.

Movement Strategy is an independent social media agency. Now at its 15-year, with 145+ employees across offices, we produce groundbreaking content for partners including Netflix, Klarna, Amazon Prime Video, and Warner Bros. 



  • Provide day-to-day operation support to the People + Culture Team (Human Resources, Talent Acquisition and Diversity Equity & Inclusion)
  • Facilitates full employee life-cycle from pre-onboarding to termination
  • Maintains and is responsible for onboarding - including monitoring background checks, first day logistics between new hires and internal teams, overseeing desk setup, and collating personal information
  • Input data into the HRIS system related to employee changes (new hires, promotions, terminations, etc)
  • Runs reports and gathers data as needed to support the HR Department
  • Responds to and answers day-to-day questions from new hires and employees
  • Assist with performance management procedures
  • Assist and schedule HR and cultural events
  • Ensure confidentiality and proper retention of all HR and employee data and documentation
  • Coordinate training sessions with internal and external partners
  • Assist Talent Acquisition with scheduling candidates 
  • Assist Talent Acquisition with projects and any ad hoc requests
  • Assist with DEI Committee, Positive Impact team and ERG administrative tasks
  • Assists Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on projects and any ad hoc requests
  • Assist in and owns special projects, as needed



  • At least two years related experience a plus
  • Understanding of key HR processes
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Ability to prioritize Coordinator tasks with Manager oversight
  • HRIS experience - Rippling experience a plus
  • Detailed-oriented, self-starter able to work calmly and flexibly in order to respond to changing priorities
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills are a must
  • Confidentiality, diplomacy and commitment to the needs of Movement Strategy are essential
  • Proficiency in G-Suite and Microsoft Excel  
  • Experience in Advertising or tech space is a plus
  • Experience at a growing agency of 100+ is a plus



  • You are people driven!
  • You make others’ jobs easier (no matter who they are or what they do)
  • You create a positive and open environment when around others
  • You have a strong sense of Emotional Intelligence
  • You have a proactive mindset with everything you do
  • Your attention to detail is unmatched
  • You have a diverse and inclusive perspective 



  • Unlimited Paid Time Off
  • Unlimited Work from Home (Post COVID)
  • Anniversary Bonus Program
  • 100% employer contribution for health, vision, and dental
  • 401k plus discretionary match
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Life insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • WeWork Membership
  • Support for continued education
  • Health and Wellness program
  • Movement Journey – Stipend for continued education or personal growth
  • Amazing colleagues!



In compliance with local and state law, we are disclosing the compensation for roles that will be performed in New York City, Colorado, and California. The range listed is just one component of Movement Strategy’s total compensation package for employees. Other rewards may include annual bonuses, short- and long-term incentives, and program-specific awards.

Salary: $50-65k 

*Salary may be converted into hourly wages depending on minimum salary state laws


Movement Strategy is an Equal Opportunity Employer 


We believe that what we put out into the world matters. And since we were founded on the principles of paving our own path, we take bold steps towards what we believe is the right direction. This means addressing the big stuff: the systems of inequality that impact some of us far more than others. As culture creators, we firmly believe we have a responsibility to our colleagues, clients, communities, and the industry to live up to the Movement name. We confront inequities head-on as they come, knowing that this work is never done and that we must keep the momentum.

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