Industry: Professional Services
What Matters Most:
- 5+ years of experience
- Knowledge of employee relations, talent management, performance management, and employee engagement required
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
- PHR and SHRM-SCP preferred
Your New Role:
This thriving technology company is seeking someone resourceful and proactive to take on this Temporary HR Business Partner role. The position is expected to last 4 months to cover a maternity leave with an opportunity for extension in a similar capacity. You’ll partner with functional leaders and their teams to consult on performance, development, staffing, compensation, and more. You’ll guide leaders through the performance review cycle and work with other HR functions including compensation, benefits, and recruitment to make things as seamless as possible. To make an impression on this team, you’ll need to be process-oriented and excited about building structure around things like workforce planning, manager coaching, and performance-related initiatives. A friendly, approachable personality works best here!
Your New Organization:
A diverse and dynamic workforce has led this professional services team to success over their decade-plus in business. They’ve got a newly-constructed office in Southeast Portland where you’ll joined a very talented HR team.
If this position caught your eye, send us your resume! For best consideration, include the job title and source where you found this position in the subject line of your email to HR@bolywelch.com. Already a Boly:Welch candidate? Please connect directly with your recruiter to discuss this opportunity.
Commitment to Diversity
As an equal opportunity employer committed to meeting the needs of a multigenerational and multicultural workforce, Boly:Welch recognizes that a diverse staff, reflective of our community, is an integral and welcome part of a successful and ethical business. We hire local talent at all levels regardless of race, color, religion, age, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability, and actively foster inclusion in all forms both within our company and across interactions with clients, candidates and partners. As a business founded and owned by women, Boly:Welch collaborates with minority and women-owned business enterprises to help develop and nurture strong relationships across all stakeholders. We make connections that enrich our community by seeing possibilities in people.