ABOUT RETOOL: 

At Retool, we’re changing the way software is built. We’ve developed the fastest way to build internal tools, saving companies time, resources, and engineering bandwidth. Whether it’s refunding orders, underwriting loans, managing marketplaces, rolling out new features, analyzing transactions, or providing customer support, Retool makes it dramatically faster and easier to build internal tools that teams need. We believe that the future of software development lies in being a force multiplier for developers and technical builders, helping them move considerably faster building a lot more software.  We’re looking for highly collaborative people as we build a world-class team to support this mission and we’d love for you to join us!

WHY WE’RE LOOKING FOR YOU:

Building an excellent team is a critical driver of Retool’s success. As our first People Business Partner you’ll shape how our People org functions, define best practices, and develop a strategy for how we support the business. In addition to traditional People Partner responsibilities, you’ll create early programs, practices and policies that will shape our People philosophy and approach to drive the business. 

IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL:

  • Build and instill the expectation of managerial excellence from leadership
  • Coach and advise managers on creating and developing great teams and people
  • Create L&D opportunities to develop managers (until we build an L&D function)
  • Promote a positive environment that is inclusive and high performing
  • Coach leaders on talent planning, org design, retention strategies, and change management
  • Partner with the People Experience team to evolve our performance review program to emphasize recognition and development
  • Create foundational people practices and policies that will guide Retool’s approach on how we motivate, engage and treat people
  • Partner closely with other members of the People Experience, Workplace and Recruiting teams on company wide initiatives

THE SKILLSET YOU'LL BRING:

  • 8+ years experience as an HRBP in a high growth tech company
  • Experience working at fast growing companies and comfort with ambiguity
  • Experience advising and coaching leaders at all levels
  • A solutions oriented approach to problem solving
  • Excellent written and verbal communication chops
  • Collaborative working style 
  • Strong judgment and discretion
  • Lead with empathy

Retool offers generous benefits to all employees. For more information, please visit the benefits and perks section of our careers page!

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