Senior HR Manager | Native Instruments | Remote (US)

Senior HR Manager | Native Instruments | Remote (US)

Remote US
Application ends: July 15, 2024
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Job Description

Highlights of the Job Offer

  • Company: Native Instruments, a leader in sonic innovation for over 25 years.
  • Role: Senior HR Manager within the People & Places Team.
  • Location: Remote position based in the US, specifically for the Boston team.
  • Responsibilities: Manage all operational processes related to people operations including onboarding, offboarding, and contract management.
  • Employee Engagement: Provide support and advice to employees, create action plans based on engagement surveys, and co-create initiatives focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Business Partnering: Partner with leaders to align HR initiatives with business strategies, assist with performance management, and drive change management.
  • Learning & Development: Collaborate on defining career paths, identifying learning trends, and developing succession plans.
  • Qualifications: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in HR or related field, with SHRM-SCP or SPHR certification preferred.
  • Experience: Progressive HR experience, with a focus on recruiting, employee engagement, and learning & development.
  • Company Values: Embraces diversity, teamwork, continuous innovation, and is committed to creating an inclusive and respectful environment.

Job Offer Details

Who We Are

For over 25 years, Native Instruments has been at the forefront of sonic innovation. Guided by our mission to inspire and enable creators to express themselves, we develop integrated audio hardware and software solutions for musicians, producers, engineers, and DJs of all genres and levels of experience.

We are looking for a Senior HR Manager to join Native Instruments’ People & Places Team in Boston to provide support for our remote first employees (onsite/offsite). The person in this role will be responsible to ensure accurate and efficient people practices across all People Team functions and will be reporting directly to the Chief People Officer.

What You’ll Do

People Operations

  • Drive all operational processes related to people, including onboarding, offboarding, contract management, leave management, etc.
  • Proactively identify and address process inefficiencies to enhance the employee experience
  • Collaborate with global and cross-functional teams on employment matters and processes
  • Lead and support external audits as required

Employee Engagement

  • Provide confidential support and advice to employees regarding People Operations policies, programs, and practices
  • Foster strong relationships with leaders and team members to support cultural and organizational needs
  • Co-create people-focused initiatives to align with organizational goals and values.
  • Based on employee engagement survey results, create an action plan specific to the engagement priorities of employees based in the US.
  • Focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion as fundamental principles in all HR practices

Business Partnering

  • Work closely with leaders to understand strategic direction and develop HR initiatives that drive business results
  • Partner with managers on performance management, conflict resolution, and employee development goals
  • Champion company values to guide decision-making and drive effective change management

Learning & Development (L&D)

  • Collaborate with L&D to build career paths, identify learning trends, and define succession plans
  • Support global HR activities related to onboarding, development, leadership coaching, and engagement programs

What You’ll Need

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field (Master’s degree preferred), SHRM-SCP or SPHR certification preferred
  • Progressive HR experience, with a focus on people operations, recruiting, employee engagement, and L&D
  • In-depth knowledge of US labor/employment laws and regulations
  • Effective communication skills to articulate needs constructively and provide support to coworkers, while also communicating clearly and empathetically in a global environment across multiple cultures, both face-to-face and in writing
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and adapt to changing priorities
  • Proven track record of building strong relationships and driving results
  • Motivation to work as a part of a global team as well as independently, demonstrating the ability to balance the needs of our people and the needs of the business
  • Significant previous business partnership experience with a proven ability to build, drive, and transform people programs
  • Skills in coaching both new and experienced managers, along with their teams, to build their skill sets over time
  • Proven effectiveness as a sparring partner who can also coach executive-level leadership

About Us

Native Instruments embraces diversity and a respect for all people. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and we believe the foundation of our dynamic and pioneering spirit starts with a fair and inclusive culture. At Native Instruments we value teamwork and passion, deliver inspiring experiences, continuously innovate and empower our communities, while also serving our planet.

All applicants will receive equal consideration for employment at Native Instruments and we encourage everyone to apply – regardless of gender identity, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Help us reach our goal in making the future of music diverse, inclusive and exciting! We encourage you to submit your application without the requirement for a photograph, identifying factors or personal status information.

Location: United States (Remote)