Company

Rebag (rebag.com), the ultimate destination for buying and selling the most coveted designer handbags, is an e-commerce company reimagining the role of luxury in the secondary market. Rebag has opened a world of endless access to luxury, with a unique business model that puts the seller first, offers upfront payment, and makes the resale experience smooth and clutter-free.

Since its inception, Rebag has catered to a rapidly growing segment of consumers who are exploring ownership of luxury goods in a sustainable and affordable way. The company operates online and in stores, with seven locations in Los Angeles, New York and Miami. Founded in 2014 by a team out of Harvard Business School, Rebag is backed by prestigious venture capital investors including General Catalyst, Novator, Crosslink and FJLabs, and has raised $52m in funding to date. Rebag is headquartered in New York City and employs a team of 120.

 

Role

As part of the People Operations team the Recruiting Manager at Rebag, will be crucial to the success and expansion of our growing team. You are a passionate people person who wants to be a part of shaping and defining the talent strategy at a growing company.

 

What You Will Do:

  • Build and maintain proactive partnership with C-level and leadership teams in order to understand the business, anticipate the staffing needs, and offer solutions
  • Lead full cycle recruitment, leveraging internal and external channels
  • Significant focus on Retail recruitments a part of new openings and footprint expansion, as well as office/corporate positions
  • Develop recruitment strategies for open positions in the retail space but not limited to corporate roles
  • Help to build the employer brand for Rebag and ensure that the company becomes known for being one of the greatest places to work  
  • Manage the recruiting process through the ATS (Greenhouse)
  • Manage all pre-recruitment efforts in new markets: research and identify area targets, conduct cold calls to screen candidates for initial interest, network with management contacts, and any additional recruitment sources
  • Participate in all new store opening efforts as it relates to staffing and maintain recruitment timeline  
  • Proactively identify candidates in each market in anticipation of staffing needs
  • Manage scheduling and administrative process for candidates as directed
  • Conduct new hire 30-day check ins and provide insights to leadership
  • Manage and maintain strong relationships with field leadership to ensure staffing needs are met and new hires are successful
  • Manage internal recruitment process
  • Actively participate in the talent review and succession planning
  • Generate monthly staffing analysis

What We Expect You To Bring To The Table

  • Have 1 to 2 years of experience in a talent acquisition role, some of which has been in a retail, and/or startup environment
  • Have built and managed a talent pipeline under pressure and delivered results
  • Have a proven track record of developing best-in-class standards for hiring, fostering teamwork, and spearheading operational processes
  • Excellent communicator who can influence and develop strong partnerships both internally and externally  
  • Self-driven and attack problems with speed and rigor
  • Work collaboratively with teams and can anticipate needs before anyone else

What to Expect From Handbag Heaven

  • A team that believes in the mission and works hard to make the impossible possible
  • Individuals who generate ideas to evolve the business.
  • An environment that strives in working efficient and respects your off-time to recharge for the next day.
  • Exponential amount of growth in the future

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