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Director, Human Resources

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Brand Networks offers best-in-class social media advertising optimization and insights. The company delivers award-winning adtech and services to hundreds of enterprise customers, including 71 of the AdAge 100 Leading National Advertisers and 14 of the 25 biggest US companies as ranked in the Fortune 500. Featuring the first and only Artificial Intelligence-based system in social advertising, the Brand Networks Platform helps media teams work better, faster, and smarter. As a virtual assistant, the system helps individual media analysts save an average of 8 hours per week, and has driven meaningful performance gains in thousands of campaigns across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Snapchat.


The Director, Human Resources is directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination and evaluation of the human resource function.

  • Annually reviews and makes recommendations to executive management for improvement of the organization's policies, procedures and practices on personnel matters.
  • Maintains knowledge of industry trends and employment legislation and ensures organization's compliance.
  • Maintains responsibility for organization compliance with federal, state and local legislation pertaining to all personnel matters.
  • Communicates changes in the organization's personnel policies and procedures and ensures that proper compliance is followed.
  • Assists executive management in the annual review, preparation and administration of the organization's wage and salary program.
  • Coordinates or conducts exit interviews to determine reasons behind separations.
  • Consults with legal counsel as appropriate, or as directed by the CEO, on personnel matters.
  • Works directly with department managers to assist them in carrying out their responsibilities on personnel matters.
  • Recommends, evaluates and participates in staff development for the organization.
  • Develops and maintains a human resource information system that meets the organization's personnel information needs.
  • Supervises the staff of the human resource department.
  • Participates on committees and special projects and seeks additional responsibilities.
  • Provide HR Generalist support including coaching, managing employee relations, general guidance, assistance with HR administrative items, guidance on interview skills/best practices, and conducting regular 1:1’s with management.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 10+ years of Human Resource experience.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Ability to prioritize and plan work activities, use time efficiently and be flexible to changing assignment priority.
  • Ability to view details, as well as the big picture.
  • Proven track record of being able to work in a team-oriented and collaborative environment.
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Professional yet fun-loving demeanor.


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