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About Prove 

Prove Identity, Inc. (Prove), formerly Payfone, Inc., is the modern way for businesses to enable their customers to prove their identities with just a phone. We offer phone-centric solutions that enable our customers to acquire new consumers and engage with their existing consumers by removing friction while bolstering security and enhancing consumer privacy and consumer choice. Our solutions are used by more than 1,000 businesses across diversified industries, including banks, financial services, healthcare, insurance, and e-commerce. For the latest updates from Prove, follow us on LinkedIn.
 
As we continue to scale our company, we are looking for people who know how to make an impact. We’re talking self-starting professionals who thrive in a fast-paced environment, process information quickly and make intelligent decisions. The work is challenging and requires not only smarts, but natural curiosity and tenacity. Teamwork is also important to us – we work together and play together.   
 
Prove has big plans; we’re excited and optimistic about the future. If this sounds like a career for you – come check us out.

Position Summary

As our company experiences significant growth both in the US and globally, the People team continues to be an integral component of our success.  The Senior People Partner will partner with Executive Leadership to support managers and employees throughout the Revenue, Marketing, Finance and Legal teams. This role will provide consultation and expertise to these teams in the areas of Organizational Effectiveness; Career and Professional Development; Organization Design; Workforce Planning; Performance Management; Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion; and Employee Relations. This role reports to the Chief People Officer.

What You Are Accountable For

  • Coach and lead local leadership on people strategy, including team structure (organizational design), strategic hiring, performance management, engagement surveys, compensation, recognition, and talent development
  • Empower and assist managers to hire top talent, drive a high performance culture and  build amazing teams
  • Partner with senior business leadership to define, execute, and track progress against organization-specific people strategies.
  • Drive solutions to help drive the business
  • Assess employee development needs and recommend solutions.
  • Collect, manage and analyze HR Metrics to present data driven solutions.
  • Assist with Global Policy Development and creating best practice People processes
  • Partner with the Culture, Belonging, and Talent Acquisition teams to effectively execute our diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy.
  • Be a key contributor in scaling the company, providing leadership and guidance as we become a global organization.  Provide expertise in the areas of global cultural differences, managing remote teams, working across time zones.
  • Promote, maintain and enhance our cultural values of humility, passion, inclusion, and leadership.
  • Exhibit a strong passion for learning about our products and markets through in-house and external training.

What We Require

  • You have 5+ years of experience as an HR Business Partner.  Global experience is strongly preferred.
  • BS/MS degree in Human Resources or related field.
  • You have experienced rapid head count growth in a global organization
  • You can handle ambiguity and have experience working in a fast-paced, high-performance culture where the business is constantly evolving.
  • You have experience with M&A and integration activities
  • You possess a strong knowledge of US employment law.
  • You have the ability to think critically and anticipate issues before they arise, and proactively suggest long-term solutions.
  • You have excellent judgment and the ability to make sound decisions independently.
  • You possess an exceptional ability to prioritize and manage time effectively – you naturally focus on the right things and can seamlessly move between projects & tasks, without losing sight of what's important to do.
  • You feel comfortable working with data and spreadsheets, and are able to turn data into insights.
  • You’re an outstanding communicator with relationship-building skills. You know when to listen, as well as when to speak up.
  • You’re passionate about helping and empowering others.
  • Experience in cybersecurity, fintech, or fast-growing startup is required
  • Experience in a high-growth tech startup growing from $100m+ in ARR
This position description should not be considered the final description of the position. It should be assumed that we would, to some extent, structure responsibilities in accordance with the successful candidate’s capabilities and changing business conditions.
 
Prove is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all people regardless of race, color, religion, gender or sexual orientation, age, marital status, national origin, citizenship status, disability, veteran status or other personal characteristics.

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