Senior People & Culture Business Partner (Remote)

Denver, CO / Atlanta, GA / Chicago, IL / Houston, TX / Portland, OR
People and Culture /
Full-time /
We’re a growing team, and as we scale, so does our need to focus on expanding our People and Culture team. You’ll be joining a people-focused company, and as a Senior People & Culture Business Partner, you will collaborate with our People & Culture team and Vendavo’s leaders to drive and deliver company-wide programs and initiatives. Responsible for guiding the leaders and employees through HR related initiatives in the areas of talent management, organizational change, engagement, performance management.


    • Provides full cycle, strategic HR support for leaders and employees in assigned business areas.  
    • Partners with leadership to develop and execute people strategies aligned with business goals and objectives. 
    • Champions organizational change, development, and effectiveness, including succession planning, talent development, and engagement. 
    • Provides consultation on day-to-day employee issues and performance management guidance (i.e. coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary action). 
    • Analyzes HR metrics and data to identify trends, insights, and areas for improvement, using findings to inform decision-making and drive continuous improvement. 
    • Collaborates with cross-functional teams to ensure effective communication and coordination of P&C Team initiatives across the organization. 
    • Drives initiatives regarding culture, organizational change, engagement, and organizational effectiveness. 
    • Partners with Talent Acquisition and hiring managers to create an exceptional onboarding experience for new employees. This includes facilitating the planning for new employee onboarding.  
    • Stays informed of industry trends, best practices, and regulatory changes, proactively incorporating insights into the HR strategies and practices to maintain alignment with business goals. 
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field 
    • 8+ years of relevant HR experience, including demonstrated strategic partnership with senior levels throughout an organization. 
    • Advanced knowledge of Human Resource principles and practices, and laws and regulations related to employment.  
    • Ability to strategically utilize HR data and metrics to inform decision-making, measure HR effectiveness, and identify areas for improvement. 
    • Ability to partner with leaders of large groups to help navigate the business through significant change utilizing effective project management and change management techniques and processes. 
    • A broad technical expertise in employee relations, engagement and retention, policy interpretation and application, planning and other HR processes and programs. 
    • Possesses excellent communication skills (written and verbal), conveying information with confidence and clarity. 
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships and partnerships with all levels in the business. 
    • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to be flexible and available to interact with teammates at all levels; ability to be self-directed and motivated. 
    • Experience as HR practitioner in a multi-national organization with proven experience of working across different countries & cultures, strongly preferred. 
    • Willingness to work a flexible schedule when needed, as the role cooperates with colleagues from different global locations. 


    • Flexibility to work from home or in the office, depending on what works best for you
    • Unlimited PTO for vacation, sick and mental health days–we encourage everyone to take vacation during the year to ensure dedicated time to spend with loved ones, explore, rest and recharge
    • 4 recharge days, where the entire company goes on a brief pause in all geographies for 1 day each quarter. This day can be spent in whatever way helps you recharge, to regain energy, and dive back into the next workday  
    • 16 weeks of paid parental leave with health benefits for all parents, plus flexible re-entry schedules for returning to work 
    • $110 a month to cover your cell phone and internet expenses 
    • High-end laptop (Dell XPS or Mac)
    • Competitive pay and bonus/commission
    • Comprehensive health, detail, vision, and mental benefit options (PPO, FSA, HSA)
    • 401k plan with a 3% employer non-election contribution
The national minimum salary is $91,000 a year + bonus and benefits. The successful candidate’s starting salary will be determined based on permissible, non-discriminatory factors such as skills, experience, and geographic location.  

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