Senior Vice President Of Human Resources For Web.com
Web.com (Nasdaq: WEB) is a leading provider of online marketing services for small businesses, offering a full suite of solutions that make it fast, easy and cost-effective to attract and convert new customers on the web. Since 1997, more than 15 million websites have been built with Web.com tools and services. We owe our success to the more than 1200 smart, energetic and diverse individuals who work each day to help our customers get on the web faster, easier and with more success than ever before.
The SVP of HR will report to Roseann Duran, Chief People Officer and will have full responsibility for leading Web.com’s global 40+ person HR team. Web.com seeks a leader who understands HR as a strategic function that can support Web.com’s goals and objectives to drive profitable growth, employee engagement and brand value. Web.com seeks a leader who thrives in a high growth environment where building a flexible, fast paced and results-oriented culture is a key part of the company’s success. The SVP of HR will be a strategic thinker who understands how to develop human capital, instill strong cultural values, and manage high growth at scale.
Specifically this leader will be comfortable leading in an environment where they will:
•Align and drive all of Web.com’s talent activities including performance management, rewards and recognition, and organizational development with Web.com’s solution oriented culture.
•Effectively staff the organization, including effectively hiring and onboarding over 100 people per month
•Deepen Web.com’s growing management bench through programs and approaches that support the attraction, selection, and development of talent
This leader will understand how to operate in a high growth environment with over 3,000 employees, but will be energized by approaching the work in a way that maintains a small company feel. Based in Jacksonville, this leader will be an integral part of the executive team, actively partnering with his/her peers to advance the business.
•The SVP HR will be responsible for leading a team and driving all HR efforts including: talent acquisition, talent and organizational development, performance management, employee engagement, employee relations, compensation, benefits, compliance, and payroll administration.
•Lead a team of 40+ including: Talent Acquisition, Benefits, and HR generalists.
•Support the CEO in sustaining and further developing Web.com’s award winning culture including the application of rewards and recognition, performance management, and other employment practices.
•Build sustainable yet flexible processes that enable the company to systematically and efficiently hire, onboard and train over 100 new employees a month with flawless execution in the onboarding process.
•Provide leadership and counsel to the executive team to lead talent planning, change management, and other initiatives that support the growth and development of the business.
•Act as a trusted advisor to the CEO on human capital related matters including executive team development and effectiveness as well as organizational design and approach.
•Ensure alignment of HR processes and initiatives that support the long term growth of the company as well as achievement of operational goals and initiatives.
•Continually assess the competitiveness of all programs and practices against the relevant comparable companies, industries and markets.
•Reinforce a heavily results and performance based culture
•Review, introduce, and execute on internal HR processes that support a high volume of transactions related to the introduction and movement of talent through the organization.
•Develop human resource planning models to identify competency, knowledge and talent gaps and develop specific programs for the filling of the gaps. Areas of activity will include
•Talent management through proper succession planning programs for key contributor and management positions, training and development programs for preparing employees for more significant responsibilities and general business development programs to enhance employee knowledge and understanding of the business.
•Previous experience as a SVP, VP, or CPO
•At least 5 years prior experience at a VP level managing a team of 20+
•Center, inside sales or service delivery, high volume transactional business.
•Large company experience but will be energized by taking approaches that increase business maturity without sacrificing agility and entrepreneurial culture
•Ability to travel to offices outside of Jacksonville on a frequent basis (at least 5 days a month)
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