Director of People

Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Req No.
2022-1514
Category
Human Resources
Type
Full-Time

Overview

Overview:

The Director of People is a hands-on role that frequently jumps between strategic and tactical work, closely collaborates with leadership on a variety of initiatives, and manages Teague’s People team including talent acquisition and human resource functions. This person has the ability to influence at the executive level and develop and drive strategic change through the development and execution of people projects.

 

Why We Need This Position:

Teague is already an established strategic design consulting firm, but we also want it to be known as a fabulous place to work. The kind of place that retains and attracts talent who are excited to build a new and better world by solving complex human-centered design problems. This is where you come in. It’s your job to lead that team that helps to bring the right staff on board, ensures that they feel well taken care of once they get here, and creates a positive and supportive work culture that inspires creativity and motivates employees to be their best selves.  

 

Who We’re Looking For:

A supremely well-organized individual with outstanding interpersonal skills who enjoys wearing many hats. Hat #1: You’re a proven leader and strategic big-picture thinker with a bias for action. You excel at balancing short-term decisions with longer-term vision and you’re capable of managing change for a fast-paced and rapidly growing company. Hat #2: You’re a trusted advisor who can generate strong employee engagement and a gifted diplomat, skilled at resolving conflict and sensitive and adaptable to the needs of our people and our business. Hat #3: You are a seasoned expert in the nuts and bolts of running a People team and can design, pilot and scale high impact and innovative people programs (e.g. DEI, performance and talent management, total rewards programs, talent acquisition, employer branding, and more). Hat #4: You are a creator and guardian of company culture, passionate about ensuring that Teague remains a desirable, innovative, and fun place to work.  Although you excel at thinking big and like envisioning the future, you aren’t afraid of rolling up your sleeves and throwing yourself into the details. If you like the idea of supporting Teague’s multi-talented team as it builds the future—and are confident that you have what it takes to inspire the team to greatness—then come on in. We’d love to see your array of hats.

 

What We Just Said, Now in 5 Bullet Points (a.k.a. Essential Qualifications):

  • Experience: Bachelors degree in Human Resources or related field; 10+ years in the People profession including management experience with direct reports; SPHR certification preferred
  • Special skills: Deep expertise on all things related to people, culture and organizations with an ability to connect the dots to deliver value; strength in developing and executing new strategies, policies and programs in a creative environment, leading talent acquisition and retention tactics, managing compensation and benefits plans, guiding DEI initiatives
  • Passion: Partnering at all levels across the organization to get things done and enrich the employee experience
  • Role: Collaborating with leaderships to design People programs that support our growing business, enhance our culture and help Teague reach its goals
  • Personality: authentic, charismatic, organized, diplomatic, collaborative, big picture thinker, full of ideas with a bias toward action and results

 

 

Teague is based in the Greater Seattle Area.  This is a hybrid role, which can pair working from home with working from our studio locations.   

 

Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package offered including 4 weeks paid time off and up to 10 paid holidays throughout the fiscal year.

 

At Teague, we value diversity, equity, and inclusion.  We search the globe to find and attract top talent from diverse backgrounds and value unique perspectives and experiences.  

 

Teague is an EEO/AA employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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