Poised to be one of the largest content powerhouses in the world, Inboxlab is an expansive network focused on building successful, high-quality brands around the inbox. Revolutionary in its scope and scale, Inboxlab has brilliantly innovated email—the last undisrupted digital communications platform—to engage and inspire communities via the inbox. Recognized as a Top 50 Startup to Watch in 2019 by Built In Colorado, Inboxlab is proud to be based in Denver and quickly adding to its team of go-getters and entrepreneurs.
Inboxlab presently focuses on two primary verticals: travel and gaming. Our mission-based flagship travel brand, The Discoverer, reaches 3,000,000+ subscribers with its weekly editions and the Inbox Games network currently serves 50,000,000+ game plays per month.
About the role
The Director of Talent oversees the hiring, orientation and development of all employees at Inboxlab. This role works directly with the leadership team, combining focuses in operations, strategy, business management, and internal communications. You will drive optimal performance from both current and future employees to accelerate business growth and revenue. Your ultimate mission will be to ensure that the company has the right people, processes, and resources in place to exceed its goals.
What you’ll be doing
Lead strategic initiatives involving recruiting and people management across the organization.
Create and update job descriptions for all positions.
Establish a recruiting, testing, and interviewing program.
Meet regularly with team leaders to determine hiring needs for departments.
Select potential candidates and qualify with initial interviews.
Counsel managers on candidate selection.
Maintain employee benefits programs and assess employee needs.
Monitor performance of employees and schedule recurring meetings.
Act as a daily point-of-contact for team members and provide solutions, tools and improved processes to maximize efficiency and promote individual growth.
Develop onboarding documents that outline company goals and processes.
Provide team growth planning based on company needs and goals.
Ensure that company commitments and priorities are being executed with all employees.
What you’ll need to bring
7+ years of Human Resources experience required.
2+ years of director level management experience required.
Growth mindset, driven by intense curiosity.
Proven track record of strategic planning, goal setting, and successful execution.
Strong technical background.
Experience with product management tools.
Strong leadership skills.
Excellent oral and written communications skills.
Ability to manage multiple tasks in an organized and efficient manner.
Proficiency in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Management, or related field.
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