Current Openings

  • Sigilon is seeking a highly strategic Associate Director / Director to join the Human Resources team. Reporting to the Chief Human Resources Officer, this individual will be responsible for aligning all human resources strategies with business strategies and successfully implementing critical people initiatives. This individual will also be responsible for creating and executing a talent acquisition strategy to identify, attract and hire qualified talent. Candidates should have experience leading high-impact human resources initiatives, partnering with business leaders and providing day-to-day human resource support to employees.

    Responsibilities

    • Partner closely with leadership, employees, external partners and key stakeholders to develop and execute various human resource strategies.
    • Coach, counsel and advise leadership on all human resources issues with broad subject matter expertise.
    • Develop and implement competitive career development programs and policies.
    • Develop and implement recruiting strategies that support Sigilon’ s projected growth.
    • Lead all company-wide recruitment efforts.
    • Partner with hiring managers to develop job descriptions and interview strategies.
    • Evaluate Sigilon’s talent pool and ensure that effective succession plans are in place.
    • Facilitate the annual talent review processes and continuously evaluate those processes.
    • Encourage diversity and inclusion through formal programs and support.
    • Develop and implement industry-leading approaches to sustain and enhance employee engagement.
    • Lead initiatives to sustain and enhance Sigilon’s culture and employee value proposition.
    • Create HR policies and processes that align with Sigilon’s culture.
    • Partner on compensation and benefits as needed to ensure competitive market position.
    • Ensure an effective performance review cycle by partnering with leadership and employees to set and evaluate performance goals.
    • Provide day-to-day performance management guidance to managers, including coaching, counseling, career development etc.
    • Support Employee Relations Efforts.
    • Analyze metrics and identify critical people-related trends.
    • Ensure compliance with all relevant employment laws and regulations.
    • Collaborate closely with Finance and Legal as needed.
    • Prepare and present analyses, materials and recommendations to leadership as needed.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree (preferred)
    • SHRM certification preferred
    • 8+ years of experience in key human resources functions (e.g., talent, engagement, employee relations, organization effectiveness, compensation & benefits, performance management, etc.)
    • Proven experience in Talent Acquisition preferably in the biotech industry
    • Demonstrated experience acting as a strategic partner to the business
    • Demonstrated ability to support staff and manage conflicts
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • High level of emotional intelligence
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment