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People Operations (HR) Coordinator

Our People Operations team develops and supports the Boston Dynamics family: individuals who are doing the best work of their careers and shaping the future of robotics.  We are passionate about the employee experience, and we work to deliver excellent service to our team of employees.

We are looking for an ambitious HR professional who can thrive in a fast-paced environment and who is comfortable always being the face of HR.  We believe in the importance of always being accessible and showing our best social and excellent customer service skills to all employees. You will play a pivotal role in demonstrating our company culture and making the best first impression. If you are a self-starter and looking for a role that helps create a great candidate, new hire, and employee experience, this is it!

Day-to-day activites:

  • Create a positive onboarding experience for new hires by ensuring all aspects of onboarding are completed accurately and timely including communication with new hires
  • Provide employees with exceptional service regarding HR-related inquiries through resolution accountability
  • Assist in the workflow of a high volume of candidates from sourcing to scheduling phone interviews to the on-site interview
  • Ensure a positive candidate experience by working directly with candidates and talent acquisition partners to schedule interviews, greet and host candidates while on-site, and address any issues that arise
  • Communicate and coordinate via ATS platform and email with new hires regarding onboarding requirements and ensure all required information is returned in a timely manner
  • Assisting with researching and providing information related to company policies, training, and other human resource programs
  • Provide administrative support to People Operations team including data entry, employment verification requests, E-verify process, coordination with payroll, and overall maintenance of employee records, ensuring data integrity, reconciling candidate travel expenses in the accounting system, and coordinating background checks for new hires

This is a fantastic opportunity for you within a highly dynamic, rewarding environment if:

  • You have a Bachelor’s with 2 + years of relevant work experience
  • You possess excellent communication skills
  • You have unparalleled integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality
  • You have excellent attention to detail, strong organizational skills and are meticulous with consistent follow up
  • You have a positive outgoing personality that will represent the company well
  • You demonstrate the ability to prioritize and complete projects within deadline
  • You thrive in a fast-paced, high-intensity work environment

Bonus points!

  • Experience with G-Suite, JazzHR, Zenefits, ADP Workforce Now, Namely or Workday HRIS 
  • A passion for technology and a drive to succeed
  • A desire and ability to continue to learn and work on new technologies 
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