Head of People
Adludio is a London headquartered technology scale-up with international offices in Singapore, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, and Hong Kong.
Adludio is the leading mobile creative platform for advertisers: we create, distribute and optimize campaigns at scale, using mobile-first technologies that engage people’s senses. We believe that mobile and next-gen devices deserve better advertising solutions that focus on amazing creative and meaningful brand-to-human communication. Our portfolio is environment-agnostic, and we deliver brand experiences across standard display (programmatic) and social channels. Our name, Adludio, means “to play” in Latin. That’s exactly what we believe, mobile ads should be – fun and playful.
Adludio is driven by three main cornerstones that are ever present and inform all actions and decisions in regard to how we grow, what direction our business takes, and how we conduct ourselves:
1. World class service levels that are firmly anchored in “can do”
2. A diverse and respectful culture that attracts the best in the field and drives a “pursuit of excellence”
3. Unwavering creativity that drives innovation and the spirit of “doing it better”
The mission of our Head of People is to develop and implement the overall People & Talent strategy in support of short-term and long-term business goals. This person will help create and manage the implementation of organizational change and culture that drives innovation and employee engagement.
You will partner with internal stakeholders to ensure coordination of People strategies and processes across the entire business, and with managers to grow diverse leadership, talent and technical capability. You will also be responsible for the development and implementation of structures and strategies to improve individual and organizational performance and to provide leadership for the People function.
As a business, we act quickly and learn fast - and you will drive this iterative culture with the support of colleagues. As a rapidly growing company, Adludio is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated leader to join our team within our UK office ensuring our talent remain a differentiator.
If you are interested in chatting about this exciting opportunity, then please apply by emailing email@example.com
Be responsible for the following areas:
Partner with stakeholders to grow diverse leadership, talent, and technical capability within the organization
Support and guide managers at all levels
Build and lead a team of People & Talent people as we grow (this is currently a lone role)
Performance & Development:
Oversee succession planning and introduces progression frameworks across the business
Introduce tools and practices that identify performance and growth opportunities for the wider team - track goals and metrics
Create ongoing and continuous feedback practices across the business as part of a performance review framework
Lead on pay review and benefit review processes
Ensure recognition is aligned with our core values
Work with the leadership team to ensure the right people are in the right roles at the right time
Internal communication and instilling cultural normals that are global and inclusive
Employer Brand and Recruitment:
Ensure our EVP is well communicated and that we are attracting great people
Create strong and scalable recruitment processes across the business
Ensure that people are integrated well into Adludio through strong onboarding practices
Ensure communication of any and all policies and processes
Support managers on all ER issues
Ensure that we are compliant on all aspects of employment law including UKVI responsibilities for sponsorship of international talent
Support the Finance team with payroll and pension processes
...and more because we all know that something always comes up!
Strong experience in a People Manager or Head of People role from a high growth tech business
A qualification in a relevant degree. Eg: business management, organisational psychology, human resources and so on
Interest and a well versed knowledge of current emerging talent practices and developments
A track record of influencing and advising leadership and management on talent and employment matters
Strong interpersonal and communication abilities (written and oral); skilled in communicating with diverse settings, both 1:1 and in large groups
Strategic thinking skills with a hands-on style to deliver practical and effective solutions
Positivity, enthusiasm, self-motivation, and commitment to the goals at hand
Flexibility, tactfulness and patience, especially under pressure in a fast-paced environment
The ability to work with diverse groups of people and create alignment inline with business strategy
An entrepreneurial spirit and resourcefulness
5-8 years' experience in a similar role, preferability in a high growth scale-up
CIPD qualifications would be helpful, but not necessary if you have the relevant experience
This role offers a competitive salary based on experience Generous Pension Scheme
Flextime work arrangement
Huge growth potential within the organization!
Possibility of participation in Employee Share Option Scheme (ES0S)
Cycle to Work Scheme
Drinks on Friday evenings (plenty)
Best new offices in London - close to Leather Lane, one of London’s well-known foodie hangouts