Are you a star career coach stuck in ‘InHuman’ Resources? Most (I)HR departments are still stuck rounding up the local fauna and ensuring they don’t escape. If you believe the future of work is remote, and want to build HR for remote workers worldwide, this is the role for you.
The pandemic has accelerated the inevitable adoption of remote work, but it is still Day One. Currently, remote work simply means attending zoom meetings from home a few days each week. We believe the future is much more – fully remote careers where workers build their skills to find
transformative opportunities in a global work marketplace. No one has written the HR playbook for this new world. Do you want to help write it?
What You Will Be Doing
*Build and research ideas on what it means to be a
remote worker – What skills are valuable, and how
should you acquire them? Should you work as a
contractor or a full-time employee? Does it even matter?
*Express these ideas with an edge. This is a writing job. You will write compelling content every week and become the go-to resource for workers seeking to build remote careers
*Help employers understand, recruit, retain and retrain a global workforce. Write their HR playbooks for them, one post at a time
*Design and build surveys, questionnaires, and tests that help workers and employers understand their capabilities, needs, and opportunities.
What You Won’t Be Doing
*Designing, compiling, or analyzing quarterly or annual performance reviews
*Building exercises that hold back careers instead of advancing them
*Determining team sizes or compensation
Employer Branding Manager Key Responsibilities
*Writing. This job is primarily outward-facing. You need to produce engaging content that can help launch a million careers.
*Develop HR frameworks and associated exercises to help workers understand and plan their careers
*Simplify skill-based recruiting for both employers and workers
*Provide advice on compensation, taxation, and savings for both contractors and employees
*A university degree (BA/MS, MS, or PhD) with English as a language of instruction
*HR/recruiting experience at mid to large-size firms (at least 50 people)
*A track record of being a content generator – either individually or in an org – who has published at least 10 pieces of original content this year
*Extroversion and empathy
*The ability to channel that extroversion into engaging and frequent content
Remote work experience
Video/graphic content skills
Working with Crossover
This is a full-time (40 hours per week), long-term position. The position is immediately available and requires entering into an independent contractor agreement with Crossover. The compensation level for this role is $100 USD/hour, which equates to $200,000 USD/year assuming 40 hours
per week and 50 weeks per year. The payment period is weekly. Consult www.crossover.com/help-and-faqs for more details on this topic, job-related skills, and finally a few real-world job-specific assignments.
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