We heard you might be looking for a new opportunity! sunday might be the perfect stop for you. Just in case you haven't heard, sunday is an exciting and thriving FinTech (or FunTech) startup that's changing the way payments are made in restaurants across the world. We are saving millions of people minutes at the end of their meal with the simple scan of a tiny 4x4cm QR code. The coolest thing is we are growing quickly and possibly have the perfect position for you.

 

The position

As People Business Partner, you will join the People team that is responsible for building a fast-growing team that supports sunday’s ambition!

Your role will be to make sure we are providing a high-quality experience for everyone at sunday. You will have a 360° People RH role

As People Business Partner at sunday, you will :

  • Create the most exciting People Experience and provide People guidance
  • Advise managers on a day-to-day basis on career development, team organization, conflict management, onboarding, mobilities, offboarding
  • Be in charge of People development initiatives from onboarding to offboarding
  • Monitor team’s performance & engagement, promotion cycles & salary reviews
  • Influence the building of scalable framework and the design of the future of sunday organization
  • Serve as the point of contact for employees when navigating challenging personal or professional issues that impact their work experience
  • Contribute to improving the various People programs and processess

About you:

  • You have minimum 5 years of experience as an HR generalist, People Operations / Partner role working in a talent organization within a lean, fast-paced work environment
  • You have successful experiences in handling various stakeholders of different levels of seniority and expectations
  • You have a very strong business sense, and you are hands-on, able to multitask and prioritize your daily workload, but you are also accurate and rigorous in everything you do
  • You have outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
  • You have foundation in international labor law & employment law (foundation in French labor law is beneficial)
  • You speak English and at least one other language
  • You have a Master's or equivalent degree in Human Resources Management or in a relevant field

What we offer

  • Competitive salary with equity (everyone is an owner of the company!)
  • Position with full flexibility: full remote, partial or in office
  • 100% health coverage for you and equal parental leave policy
  • A lot of responsibilities and opportunities to grow (also internationally)
  • Strong values in a global international People team
  • A highly dynamic environment in a fast-scaling environment at a stage where you will able to shape things autonomously and participate to the future of the organization

Steps in our recruiting process:

  1. Share your story: Application with resume and questions
  2. A video call with a member of the team to understand your career aspirations, and assess your technical skills and job fit
  3. Impress your future colleagues with a case study
  4. Let's get to know each other through an in-depth interview with hiring manager
  5. Meet with people from other departments and understand our culture 
  6. A final video call or onsite interview with the manager of your future Department, CEO included to review any remaining questions
  7. Offer: we want you

Thank you for taking the time to apply, and looking forward to getting to know you!

 

sunday is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, gender, ethnicity, religion, national origin, ancestry, nationality, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, genetic information, or on any other basis prohibited by law (except where an attribute is a bona fide occupational qualification).

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