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HR Manager

Operations | New York, NY | Full Time

Job Description

About Voray

Voray is a rapidly growing NYC based company with a vision to revolutionize the way the world thinks about building authentic professional relationships. Vorays are smart gatherings of like-minded people designed to help build new relationships and foster existing ones. Each gathering is enabled by powerful technology that curates participants and cultivates a community of helpful, relevant, and vetted professionals. We were recently featured in Forbes and some examples of our events include dinners with senior media executives in NYC, life science visionaries in Los Angeles, and AI rain makers in San Francisco.

Whether you’re working with our Tech Team to build the product, talking to potential clients as a member of the Sales Team, or pulling off unforgettable events with our Success Team, you’ll be a part of the best professional gatherings of the year. At Voray, you’ll have the opportunity to grow and achieve at new levels, collaborating with our ambitious, brilliant, hard-working, and fun team and contributing to our culture of success.


About This Role

We are currently seeking an HR Manager to join the Voray team. In this position, you’ll oversee HR and people operations, owning our people strategy and helping us build an incredible team with an amazing culture. Your role will be central to Voray’s growth, and day-to-day you’ll work with people all across the organization as you ensure that our employees have all that they need to thrive. You’ll be responsible for maintaining our people infrastructure, devising new initiatives to meet our team’s needs, and providing expert guidance on all people-related issues. You’ll have the opportunity to make a big impact on the organization, driving our cultural development and providing thoughtful and effective HR.

Our ideal candidate is an HR Generalist with 3-5 years experience in a growing organization. You should be experienced and comfortable working across the spectrum of HR disciplines, including recruiting/hiring, employee engagement, performance management, benefits/compensation, compliance, and professional development. You are a relationship builder who brings empathy and great communication skills to your interactions, and you enjoy working with a diverse range of employees. You thrive in an environment where you can work independently to prioritize and dig in on a wide variety of tasks each day. You don’t find any challenge too big or too small, and you love to creatively develop solutions and programs to help employees be successful.


Job Responsibilities

  • Set and execute overall people strategy at Voray, working with leadership to ensure HR is aligned with and supporting business goals

  • Develop systems, processes, and policies for successful and efficient people operations throughout the employee life cycle as Voray scales

  • Be the first point of contact for employee relations, providing day-to-day assistance on issues such as employee experience, benefits, development, performance, etc. and coaching managers on HR topics as needed

  • Partner with hiring managers to recruit and hire for a variety of positions in sales, tech, and customer service, using innovative techniques to source and land excellent and diverse candidates

  • Cultivate a healthy, thriving, and successful culture by developing HR-led employee engagement programs, supporting employee initiatives, and addressing cultural needs that may arise

  • Develop and execute opportunities for learning and professional development, including devising and/or launching performance management initiatives, crafting career paths, and connecting employees with training and coaching as needed

  • Own onboarding and offboarding, ensuring that the employee experience is positive and authentic from start to finish

  • Manage employee information, coordinate and advise on employee benefits, and maintain compliant records with Justworks

  • Own all HR and recruiting tools and vendor relationships, ensuring we have the best resources to meet our needs

  • Bring best practices in HR/People Ops to Voray, staying up to speed on relevant HR issues, laws, tools, and trends and communicating updates and new initiatives to the team


Required Qualifications

  • Experience of 3-5 years in a generalist HR/People Ops role, preferably in a growing company or startup

  • Knowledge across HR domains and true enthusiasm for being hands-on with everything from administrative tasks to company-wide initiatives

  • High empathy, communication, and interpersonal skills, with a deep ability to connect, engage, and understand others

  • Excellent organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, track details, and respond flexibly to changing needs

  • Knowledge of basic compliance, risk management, and employment law principles

  • Experience creating and launching new policies, systems, and processes

  • Ability to work independently and take initiative; accustomed to setting goals, being accountable, and reporting on your own work

  • Great organizational skills and attention to detail, which help you manage many projects simultaneously

  • Excited to support Voray’s mission to build and foster authentic and life-changing professional relationships


Benefits and Culture

You will be part of a dynamic and growing team in NYC. Given the small size and early stage of the company, you will have the opportunity to have a profound impact on Voray’s development. We offer a competitive compensation package which includes health insurance, life insurance, 401K, gym membership, Citi Bike membership, generous paid leave, drinks and snacks, team happy hours, and more.



Voray is an equal opportunity employer, and we actively cultivate a community and workplace that celebrates diversity. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, ancestry, religion, national origin, age, familial or marital status, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.