People Champion / HR business partner

Job description

Why working as People Champion (HR business partner) at Jexia?

Yearly performance reviews, “employees are our greatest assets”, human resources... You know the drill… Have you heard these phrases and asked yourself when is innovation coming to HR? Join Jexia!

We don't believe in yearly performance reviews, but in constant feedback. We don't think that people are assets, but that they are unique talents and we believe in all-round personal development instead of traditionally climbing the corporate ladder. We’re not HR as you know it, we’re People, a starting team, with big goals. Want to develop with us? You’ll be helping Jexia to bring our company, colleagues and culture to the next level as we’re scaling up.

 

What will you do?

During your first year, you’ll work on a lot of initiatives and operational challenges.

  • Acting as People point of contact for your colleagues in our offices in Apeldoorn, Amsterdam and Sao Paulo

  • Providing advice, guidance and coaching to our team leads in all kind of People related aspects (e.g. recruitment, talent development, compensation, benefits, employment law)

  • Manage the recruiting and hiring process.

  • Taking care of operational tasks, such as absence and running our feedback cycle.

  • Identify people challenges and trends and work together with your colleagues to tackle them.

And don’t forget these initiatives:

  • Implement and monitor our new feedback cycle and train your colleagues how to receive and give feedback.

  • Design an amazing introduction program for new Jexians.

  • Come up with initiatives to strengthen our employer brand and bring the best talent on board.

  • We have great company values. You’ll make sure to keep them alive.

  • We don’t climb the corporate ladder, but would like to have a development plan in place for our colleagues. How? We love to hear your ideas.

 

How does a day look like?

Tuesday morning, 9 a.m. You have a meeting with the Development team lead to talk about new positions for a back end developer and a QA lead. You discuss the job requirements and give advice about the best hiring sources and set out the timeline. After the meeting, you quickly check in with the Marketing team about the progress of the new careers page and give a couple of applicants a call to discuss their profiles.

After the team lunch, it’s time for your weekly catch up with the management team. You explain your proposal for a company-wide feedback workshop and bring the team up-to-date with the latest changes in employment law. At the end of the day, you join the monthly company meeting where everyone gets an update about company topics and new projects. You give a short presentation about the new HR information system that you just implemented and close the day with a drink with your colleagues.

Requirements

What do we ask of you?

  • You have a minimum of 4 years of hands-on experience as HR generalist in a fast-paced environment (preferably tech startup or scale up).

  • You hold a bachelor’s degree in HR or a related field.

  • Running a project independently is what makes you tick.

  • You’re fluent in Dutch and English.

  • You’re forward-thinking, ready to challenge the traditional HR viewpoint and you don’t need a corporate culture or structure to thrive.

  • You love to come up with new strategies to improve our overall employee experience.

 

What can we offer you?

  • A challenging startup environment

  • Flat hierarchy where your voice will truly be heard

  • Work together with an international team

  • Opportunity to initiate your own projects

  • Competitive monthly compensation

  • Free, daily lunch

  • 25 vacation days

 

What if I want this job?

Are you getting excited after reading this? We invite you to apply! Or do you have any other questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact us.