The Sandberg Goldberg Bernthal Family Foundation (SGBFF) works to build a more equal and resilient world. We bring people together to support each other through four initiatives: LeanIn.Org, LeanInGirls.Org, OptionB.Org, and the Dave Goldberg Scholarship Program.
We are looking for an experienced people leader to serve as our new Director of People. Reporting to the Vice President of Operations, this individual will lead the people function with a strong DEI lens including driving culture initiatives, learning & development, recruiting, compensation strategy, and more!
If you are an experienced and inclusive senior leader who has managed people function at fast-paced and matrixed organizations and wants to work with us to empower women and build a more equal and resilient world, we can’t wait to meet you.
What You Will Do
- Oversee and improve all aspects of our people functions, including internal communications, learning and development, recruitment, employee onboarding, recognition and engagement programs, employee career progression, compensation, and payroll/benefits
- Partner with the Executive Leadership Team to roll out and oversee org-wide policy and program changes that will improve the health, retention, and performance of the team
- Measure employee experience and use data to drive new programming and process improvements
- Manage our talent strategy and team resourcing to ensure all teams are staffed for success
- Oversee our recruiting function and work with our Senior Recruiting Manager to measure and optimize the end-to-end recruitment process
- Work closely with our HR attorneys on policy updates and compliance
- Provide coaching to new people managers
- Resolve complex people management and HR challenges
- Approach people management with a strong DEI lens - constantly pushing our org and working toward more equitable and intersectional outcomes
- Encourage a strong culture of feedback and growth
What You Will Bring
- 10+ years experience in managing all aspects of HR/People
- Experience driving end-to-end change management from consensus-building to embedding policy and program changes into the organization
- Shared appreciation for and commitment to the mission and work of Lean In, Lean In Girls, Option B, and the Dave Goldberg Scholarship Program
- Commitment to being a strong advocate for equity, inclusion, and uplifting marginalized voices
- Strong analytical and modeling skills and an emphasis on making data-informed decisions
- Impeccable presentation, organization, and project management skills
- Demonstrated understanding of driving intersectional and inclusive people ops outcomes
- Extremely adaptable with the ability to be reactive and shift priorities and plans when needed
What We Will Offer You
- An approximate salary range for this position is $164,500- $191,500. The actual base salary offered may vary depending on candidate qualifications, including job-related knowledge, skills, experience, and analysis of internal pay equity. Employees are also eligible for a performance-based bonus equal to 10% of their annual salary.
- A comprehensive benefits plan including medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k) with a 4% percent employer match, basic life/AD&D insurance, basic short-term disability insurance, and more!
- Unlimited paid time off, 11 paid holidays/year, and 2 weeks of paid office closures (Thanksgiving week and Winter Break)
- A team that lives our five guiding values: People First, Make It Count, Own It, Always Growing, and More Voices
- Team-led and foundation-funded employee resource groups - Black, LatinX, AAPI, Jewish, LGBTQIA, Anti-Racism, and Parents - that create space for employees to find community, seek out mentorship, and be celebrated exactly as they are
- This is a full-time, managerial role with a schedule that would require availability to work Pacific Time zone hours
- We are a remote-first organization which means you can work from almost anywhere
- Occasional travel is required to attend organization-wide offsites and events
- The selected individual must be eligible to work in the United States without visa sponsorship
- We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis starting September 11, 2023, and highly encourage you to apply in advance
The Sandberg Goldberg Bernthal Family Foundation is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity without regard to age, race, ethnicity, gender, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or religion. It’s important to us that people of all identities and backgrounds see themselves represented and included in our work, so we actively encourage people of all identities and experiences to apply.
Location: United States (remote)