Senior People Partner / HR Business Partner Komodo Health is addressing the global burden of disease through the development of the world's most actionable map of healthcare data. Our solutions drive a more transparent, efficient and productive healthcare ecosystem through the creation of quantitative solutions to qualitative problems. As a fast growing startup that has already partnered with multiple Fortune 500 companies, we have very ambitious goals that have been designed with career development in mind. As a company, we value our culture of encouraging growth, collaboration, and constructive debate as well as delivering innovative solutions that "wow" our customers. The Opportunity at Komodo Health Komodo Health is looking for a Senior People Partner based in NY to support our Engineering and Product teams. It will be your role to create and execute on People Partnering initiatives to drive results for Komodo Health. You will be on the front line working closely with business leaders to be able to provide hands-on and strategic input, insight, and advice with respect to employee relations, coaching/development, compensation, conflict management, change management, organizational design training and more. You're comfortable speaking up, asking hard questions, and driving initiatives forward despite any unexpected roadblocks. After 3 months, you will... Establish collaborative working relationships and communication cadence with all executive leaders and managers across your client groups Partner with Engineering leadership to identify approaches that increase the effectiveness and alignment of our Nests (our Eng/Product multidisciplinary teams) Assess the needs of your client groups and develop an action plan to support the priority areas of focus Develop a process and methodology to engage client groups in capability planning, identifying the needed capabilities and skills sets to scale their teams Implement 1-2 trainings that support the effectiveness of managers across your client groups In the first year you will accomplish: Through the trainings and programs you implement, managers across your client groups will report increased effectiveness in their coaching, management and development of their teams Manager Effectiveness scores will trend positive with 1:1 leadership coaching between the People Partner and clients groups You will have proactively contributed to and led discussions on organizational design and change within your client groups, including supporting leaders through implementation and change management You will have partnered with leaders to create development pathways for their team members that enhances the needed capabilities for grown Your client groups will report increased company alignment and communication while navigating change and growth Your client groups will report that their managers demonstrate behaviors that align with our Komodo values What You Bring to Komodo Experience as a Sr/Lead HR/People Business Partner, preferably in a high-growth tech startup environment Experience supporting and coaching technical and/or product management C-suite executives and management teams across multiple locations Experience personally leading and influencing key components of People Partnering: Organizational design, change management, manager coaching/development, compensation and employee relations Experience facilitating coaching and development discussions/trainings with managers Familiarity working in a fast paced, high performance culture where the business is constantly evolving Collaborative, thoughtful leadership with nimble navigation across strategic and operational realities An ability to simplify complex concepts, processes and communications Team player and can-do attitude Experience with and ability to think critically and anticipate issues before they arise, proactively suggesting long-term solutions What is your desired salary for this role? 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