What we're looking for

We are looking for a People Partner to work collaboratively with our COO and CTO organizations on HR programs, policies and programs to guide a positive employee experience. Specifically, you will partner directly with VPs and Directors across Product Design, Business Operations and Engineering to solve challenges through people solutions, collaborating across geographies. You will collaborate with diverse partners across the organization and build a culture that attracts and enables passionate team members to have significant impact and do their best work. This role will report to the Director of People Partners.

This is a critical role to support the business growth and evolution while fostering a culture of diversity, inclusion, collaboration, and innovation.

You will

  • Partner directly with our leadership team to influence organizational change and transformation.
  • Advise and coach leadership on people-related strategies and decisions including organizational design, resource planning, change management and compensation. Using a data first approach.
  • Lead People Programs across client groups, including bi-annual compensation reviews, talent review, and engagement survey analysis.
  • Collaborate with centers of excellence including Legal, Talent Acquisition, Total Rewards,Talent Development and Momentive Together to execute on People Team programs and DEI initiatives.
  • Support and resolve complex and escalated employee relations issues, including partnering on investigations.

You have

  • 3-6 years of HR experience in a high growth environment.
  • Has a people centric and "roll up your sleeves" work style
  • Experience should include demonstrated competence in various HR areas: coaching, employee relations, compensation, performance management, and program management.
  • Comfortable working independently. Ability to exercise good judgment and discretion; maintain confidentiality
  • A collaborative individual with a detailed oriented, partner-oriented and solutions driven mindset.
  • Experience with Workday is preferred.

Who we are and what we do

Momentive (NASDAQ: MNTV), maker of SurveyMonkey, is a leader in agile experience management, delivering powerful, purpose-built solutions that bring together the best parts of humanity and technology to redefine AI. Momentive products, including GetFeedback, SurveyMonkey, and its brand and market insights solutions, empower decision-makers at 345,000 organizations worldwide to shape exceptional experiences. More than 20 million active users rely on Momentive to fuel market insights, brand insights, employee experience, customer experience, and product experience. Our vision is to improve human experiences by amplifying individual voices. Learn more at Momentive.ai.

What we offer our employees

The base pay provided for this position ranges from $90,525/year to $153,065/year depending on geographic market and assuming a full-time schedule. Actual base pay is based on a number of factors including market location, job-related knowledge, education or training, skills, and experience.

Bonuses, commissions, and/or equity may also be offered as part of the total compensation package, in addition to a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance; 401(k) retirement plan; flexible spending & health savings account; paid holidays; paid time off; employee assistance program; and other company benefits.

In addition, we've won multiple Culture and Employee awards, including Comparably's Best Workplace for Women and Diversity and Best Company for Perks and Benefits and Work-Life Balance, and received recognition for our forward-looking benefits policies, including best workplace for parents, vendor benefits standards, and our annual holiday refresh.

Our commitment to an inclusive workplace

Momentive is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a workplace free from harassment and discrimination. We celebrate the unique differences of our employees because that is what drives curiosity, innovation, and the success of our business. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, pregnancy, parental status, genetic information, political affiliation, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities.

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