People Programs Manager

San Francisco, CA

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ABOUT THE JOB 

  • Working with internal People team stakeholders to identify processes and create programs roadmap for the shared services team
  • Drive People ops service delivery by leveraging processes and technology to improve employee experience 
  • Continuously improve People business processes and people data 
  • Identify processes and technology improvements based on People Ops ticket volume and queue
  • Analyze business requirements to find configuration and/or workflow solutions to drive optimal utilization of People Processes, this includes both HR and Talent processes
  • Maintain and update People team process maps, RASCI charts and service delivery documentation
  • Develop Employee Life Cycle End-to-End (E2E) process maps and link upstream and downstream processes
  • Build process knowledge documents, ways of working and RACI capability for process SMEs
  • Develop e-learning material and deliver training for the projects being worked on
  • Identify opportunities for using automation tools to improve efficiencies and minimizing errors
  • Ensure HR Internal controls and Data security are incorporated in End-to-End processes
  • Work with the People technology and analytics teams to prioritize work, be involved in roadmapping, project manage and be in charge of communication
  • Deploy tools and techniques (e.g. Root Cause Problem Solving) to identify recurring issues, errors and missed opportunities and then propose solutions for these, including working across various teams and platforms

ABOUT YOU

We rely on our values to guide our decisions: Solve for the Customer, Every Minute Counts, This is Your Baby, Go Far, Together and Of Course, But Maybe. What does this mean for your role? We are looking for someone who has:

  • Bachelor’s in Business, Human Resources or equivalent work experience
  • 4 years’ experience in a Human Resources role
  • 2 years’ experience working with HR Processes
  • Demonstrated HR functional knowledge: Employee Life cycle, Talent Acquisition, Talent, Benefits
  • Change Management, Training and/or communication, employee engagement experience
  • Experience in Project Management and Process Improvement
  • Ability to recognize and differentiate the needs and priorities of stakeholders
  • Experience analyzing and interpreting data with the goal of improving the experience and problem solving
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Working knowledge of HR and Recruiting systems
  • Self starter, should be able to drive initiatives to completion, always looking for ways to improve existing experience
  • Most important of all, having fun solving People problems!

 


ABOUT INSTACART

Founded in 2012, Instacart is a leader in North American online groceries and one of the fastest-growing companies in e-commerce. Our same-day delivery and pickup services bring everyday essentials and fresh groceries to consumers in the U.S. and Canada in as fast as an hour. We have partnered with more than 300 beloved national, regional and local retailers to deliver from more than 20,000 stores across more than 5,500 cities in North America. 

We believe that great people are the ingredients for success. We like to think that we are like a potluck—everyone brings something new, different and flavorful to the table. We believe that just as meals are best shared together, success is best shared together. Our mix of thoughtful, inventive and neighborly employees work together to deliver our common goal: to make grocery shopping effortless for everyone. If this resonates with you, then Instacart just might be the place for you. Welcome home.

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