People Ops Coordinator

People Ops Coordinator

O/M is a specialized creative studio focused on designing inclusive digital products. We work collaboratively in small, independent teams to solve complex problems for companies of all sizes.  As a design-led company, we create products from scratch and expand established products for some of the most innovative companies in the world.

We believe a diverse team is required to create products for a diverse world. As a studio whose mission is to improve people’s lives through design, we’re deeply invested in fostering broad representation across our team at O/M and ensuring that we have a supportive, growth-oriented environment that works for everyone. These values are exhibited practically in the diverse demographic makeup of our team, where and how we spend our money as a company, and the clients with which we chose to partner.

We commit to working together each day in a way that reflects these core practices:

  • Bold. Be vocal. Take initiative. Have strong convictions, but hold them loosely.
  • Open-minded. New ideas are fragile; handle them with care.
  • Dependable. Do what you say you are going to do. People are counting on you.
  • Humble. Good work speaks for itself. And good feedback is a gift.
  • Practical. Think outside the box but work within it.

About the Role

  • US Remote
  • Full-time
  • $70,000-$80,000
  • Application deadline: July 18

As a People Ops Coordinator you’ll thrive if you…

  • Are excited by the Operations department’s mission to create an inclusive organization that is accessible and beneficial to all.
  • Have 1+ year of experience working with people operations or HR tools, processes, and information.
  • Are skilled at ensuring the smooth execution of initiatives from inception to completion.
  • Are self-directed and proactively address challenges big and small.
  • Feel fulfilled when you’re a key part of helping those around you have a great experience at work.
  • Are interested in a growth trajectory towards greater impact and responsibility in People Ops.

As a People Ops Coordinator your key responsibilities will include…

  • Being actively involved in recruiting by posting ads and managing the hiring process.
  • Scheduling and coordinating key moments in the employee journey, including onboarding, offboarding, and performance reviews.
  • Powering People Ops systems by managing perks and reimbursements, supporting employee training compliance, and conducting team surveys.
  • Planning and facilitating team events, both virtual and in-person, including an annual coworking week, annual company retreat, and a regular program of virtual field trips, game nights, and other social moments.
  • Directly supporting the Chief Operating Officer with day-to-day needs to keep the studio running smoothly across both people and business operations.

Benefits and perks

This is a full-time, salaried position with benefits, including:

  • Competitive salary that is not adjusted based on location. Bonus opportunities, including an annual bonus of 2-3% of your salary.
  • Full insurance coverage. We cover the cost of a gold-level health plan for you and 50% coverage for your dependents.
  • 401K savings program with a 4% company match.
  • In addition to 2 weeks of paid time off, which scales with tenure, we offer 5 additional mental health days, 20 studio holidays, paid sick time, and sabbatical leave after 5 years.
  • Each year we’ll send you on an all-expenses-paid trip with the team to rest and be inspired.
  • Regular virtual get-togethers to stay connected, like game nights and field trips.
  • A schedule that leaves room for life and is mindful of time zones.
  • Up to 8 hours per week to connect with teammates and work on projects outside of your day-to-day.
  • $1,000 in your first year and $250 a year thereafter to spend on your ideal home office setup.
  • $250 a month to put towards a coworking space.
  • $1,000 a year in reimbursements for professional development.
  • 3 months of paid parental leave and an additional unpaid 3 months of leave.

Our Commitments to You

We are committed to building an inclusive, equitable workplace. O/M has an established, equitable hiring process that works to reduce bias. We also have consistent pay bands and transparency on studio earnings and priorities. There’s an open Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion council and an employee resource group for BIPOC members of the team.

We are committed to your growth. O/M has seasoned leaders who provide mentorship and frequently exchange supportive feedback. Prioritizing employee’s needs, we have career paths with or without management responsibilities. There are clear role expectations and opportunities for advancement every quarter.

We are committed to trusting and empowering you. O/M provides trust and autonomy with access to the support you need to succeed. You’ll have freedom to initiate projects that align with your strengths and goals, plus recognition and reward for your impact at the studio.

We are committed to work that stays true to our strengths and values. O/M provides the opportunity to create and nurture inclusive design practices. When choosing our partners, we make sure prospective projects align with our expertise, goals, and values. We are transparent about studio priorities and earnings.

If you think you’d do well in this role, but don’t meet 100% of the qualifications above, you should still seriously consider applying.

To apply, send us an email along with your resume.