We’re looking for a Human Resources leader and mentor with a keen business perspective and a strong lens around diversity, equity, and inclusion. Successful candidates have broad experience across the whole scope of Human Resources, as well as experience mentoring and growing people-managers. This role has a significant impact in fostering an inclusive and forward-looking work environment.
An ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of the value of strategic HR as a partner to the business, and ability to navigate and balance the long-term needs of the business with the short-term needs of the employees. An ideal candidate will build credibility between their function and leaders of other teams and departments, providing value as a strategic partner and trusted advisor to all employee levels.
eROI works to bring humanity and meaning back to the relationships between people and brands. We are a 100 person digital creative agency that works with some of the most inspiring brands in the world. We pride ourselves on a collaborative, fast-paced culture and are looking for someone to help us continuously improve how we collaborate and communicate with one another.
This role reports to the Chief Operating Officer and sits on our Directors Group.
This role’s primary function is to lead all aspects of Human Resources, including recruiting and talent management; diversity, equity and inclusion; total rewards; employee development and learning; and HR operations.
Be an example of eROI’s cultural values and vision in daily practice.
Lead all HR Processes and Functions:
Help build and maintain an equitable workplace:
Mange all elements of HR Operations
eROI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, or that of their relatives, friends or associates, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable law.
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