Similarweb is a place for the dreamers. A place to grow personally and professionally, by constantly challenging yourself and the status quo, bringing in new ideas, and simply daring to explore… In Similarweb you’ll be surrounded by talented individuals that are passionate about data, technology, and people.  For five years running, Similarweb has been chosen as one of Dun & Bradstreet’s TOP BEST HI-TECH COMPANIES TO WORK FOR IN ISRAEL. We have 1300 employees across 10 global offices. In May 2021, we began trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), and we couldn’t have done it without each and every one of our Similarwebbers.

We believe in balancing between the flexibility of working from home, and the fun of working together and face to face personal connections. That is why, at Similarweb we have implemented a Hybrid model, in which you work from the office 3 days, and can decide to work from home two days a week. Enjoying the best of both worlds! 

We are seeking an experienced VP, HR in New York to lead the HR team for the Americas and Global GTM organization, supporting the CRO. This leader will report to our Chief People Officer and be part of a fast growing global HR team. This person should have outstanding people skills, be passionate about driving other people's success and  demonstrate strategic ability to align people's strategies and programs to real business needs. 

How will  your day to day as an VP, HR will look like:

  • Drive a robust HR agenda and leadership for the Global GTM organization 
  • Oversee the Americas from an HR perspective, driving policies and employee services with internal equity in-mind 
  • Own, Partner, and Collaborate with the GTM C-Level and leadership on growth strategy for the GTM Organization and provide guidance and input on decisions to help execute on them.
  • Manage and guide a team of HR business partners globally and provide leadership to all other HR disciplines like Talent Acquisition, OD, Comp and Ben etc.. 
  • Provides guidance and input on business’s unit restructures, workforce planning, succession planning and  lead change management processes.
  • Support managers at all levels, ensure high quality management at all managerial levels across their respective organization
  • Own workforce planning and HC management working with the business, operations and finance.
  • Works closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase productivity and retention.
  • Provide executive coaching to Department leaders, including HR for the Americas and Global GTM, offering feedback and advice on employee and organizational issues.


What will I bring to the team?:

  • 10+ years of progressive HR experience with 4+ years of HR Management experience 
  • In-depth knowledge of Human Resource operations and legal regulations for the Americas
  • Hands-on experience in building People and Talent programs within a fast-growing company, including Talent Acquisition, performance management, compensation and employee development
  • Impeccable communication, interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Strong analytical and project management skills
  • M&A Experience is a plus


Why choose Similarweb?

We believe that building a great product and a great company starts with finding amazing people and helping them grow and develop professionally and personally. At Similarweb, you’ll be surrounded by the most talented professionals and you’ll work across departments gaining skills and driving impact. 

Our Values:

  • Data Driven: We believe data driven decisions are the key to success and we are evangelists for the power of digital insights
  • Passionate: We care deeply about what we do, are accountable for our actions and are committed to helping each other
  • Excellence: It’s in our nature; and we work hard to make a difference
  • Winning Together: We know what it takes to build a great company and a great product and it begins with valuing each and every member of our team

Bring your authentic self, DEI @ Similarweb

Similarweb is a global company that strives to create a workplace reflective of the communities we serve, where individuals are empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work. We are committed to inclusivity across race, gender, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, age, religion, spirituality, identity and experience. We believe our culture of equality and mutual respect also helps us better understand and serve our customers in a world that is becoming more global, more diverse, and more digital every day.

This position may be based in one of several locations.  If your position will be based in SimilarWeb’s New York City office or will require travel to the New York City office, your offer will be contingent upon proof of COVID-19 vaccination, as required by the New York City Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene

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