Sr. HR Business Partner | Vitech Systems Group | Remote (USA)

Sr. HR Business Partner | Vitech Systems Group | Remote (USA)

Remote US
Application ends: August 22, 2024
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Job Description

  • Job Title: Sr. HR Business Partner
  • Location: Remote
  • Reports to: Sr. Director, People Success

Company Overview

About Vitech®

Vitech is a global provider of cloud-native benefit and investment administration software. We help our Insurance, Retirement, and Investment clients expand their offerings and capabilities, streamline their operations, gain analytical insights, and transform their engagement models. Vitech employs over 1,300 professionals, serving the world’s most successful insurance, retirement, and investment organizations. An innovator and visionary, Vitech’s market leadership has been recognized by industry experts, such as Gartner, Celent, Aite-Novarica, and ISG. For more information, please visit

Our global headquarters are in New York City, and we employ professionals across the world, including India, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

We offer a competitive compensation package and a comprehensive benefits program to ensure employees’ health, well-being and financial security.

Position Overview

As the Sr. People Success Business Partner, you will play a pivotal role in driving the strategic direction and operational excellence of our People Success function worldwide. Reporting directly to the Sr. Director, People Success, you will deliver exceptional value across four key areas: Strategic Partner, Administrative Expert, Change Agent, and Employee Champion.

You will partner with business leaders to develop and execute HR strategies focused on talent management, organizational effectiveness, workforce planning, and employee engagement.

Additionally, you will collaborate with the employee experience team to establish and manage programs across the broader HR team, ensuring a holistic approach to enhancing satisfaction and engagement. Success in this role requires understanding business priorities and translating them into impactful actions, using data-driven recommendations to improve performance, retention, and the overall employee experience.

Key Deliverables

  • Support the development and execution of a people success strategy aligned with business objectives.
  • Enhance employee engagement and satisfaction through the implementation of targeted initiatives and programs.
  • Assist in organizational design efforts to optimize structure and support scalability.
  • Ensure efficient and compliant People Success operations globally.
  • Support the successful implementation of organizational change initiatives.
  • Facilitate effective collaboration across global teams, navigating cultural differences to achieve shared objectives.

Key Responsibilities

Strategic Partner

  • Strategy Development and Execution: Collaborate with the Head of People Success to develop and implement people success strategies aligned with the organization’s goals and objectives.
  • Talent Management and Development: Work closely with leadership to identify talent gaps and develop strategies for attracting, developing, and retaining top talent.
  • Organizational Design: Lead efforts to assess and optimize organizational structure and design to ensure alignment with business objectives and maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Business Acumen: Understand business operations, financial metrics, and industry trends to inform People Success strategy and decision-making.

Administrative Expert

  • Ensure compliance with local and international labor laws, regulations, and company policies across all regions of operation.
  • Oversee HR operations to streamline processes and ensure efficiency, including payroll, benefits administration, and record-keeping.
  • Develop and implement HR policies, procedures, and guidelines to promote consistency and fairness in employee treatment.
  • Provide expertise and guidance on HR-related matters, such as employee relations, performance management, and disciplinary actions.

Employee Champion

  • Advocate for employees’ needs, concerns, and well-being within the organization, acting as a trusted advisor and resource for both employees and managers.
  • Design and implement initiatives to enhance employee engagement, satisfaction, and retention, including employee recognition programs, wellness initiatives, and career development opportunities.
  • Provide coaching and support to managers and employees on a range of HR-related topics, including performance management, conflict resolution, and career progression.
  • Champion diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, promoting a culture of respect, belonging, and equal opportunity for all employees.

Change Agent

  • Lead and facilitate organizational change initiatives, such as restructuring and process improvements, by providing strategic guidance and support to leadership and teams.
  • Drive the adoption of new HR programs, policies, and practices by effectively communicating the rationale behind change, addressing concerns, and fostering buy-in among stakeholders.
  • Identify barriers to change and develop strategies to overcome resistance, leveraging change management principles and techniques to ensure successful implementation.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams and external partners to align change efforts with business goals and objectives, fostering a culture of innovation, adaptability, and continuous improvement.



  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field. Master’s degree preferred.


  • Typically requires a minimum of 5 years of related experience with a Bachelor’s degree; or 3 years with a Master’s degree; or a PhD without experience; or equivalent work experience.
  • Proven track record of driving HR strategy and initiatives in a global organization.
  • Experience managing HR business partners and/or HR teams across multiple regions.
  • Demonstrated success in talent management, organizational design, and change management.
  • Experience navigating HR challenges and regulations specific to US, India, and Canada.
  • Strong business acumen with the ability to understand financial metrics and industry trends.

Additional Requirements

  • Ability to adapt HR strategies and programs to meet the unique cultural and legal requirements of different regions, especially US, India, and Canada.
  • Global mindset with experience working in diverse cultural environments.
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills, with the ability to effectively engage stakeholders at all levels of the organization.
  • Commitment to continuous learning and development, staying abreast of HR best practices and regulatory changes globally.
  • Proven ability to foster a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement within the HR function.

Vitech is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strongly support and celebrate diversity in the workplace and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.

Location: United States (Remote)