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Entry level or minimal experience in prior people programs role: 1-2 years of in house prior experience in 1 People domain (HRBP, Recruitment, L&D, Comp or Welfare).
Ability to make a small but consistent impact on specific tasks within the team. Be able to follow up on tasks and understand their impact.
Delivers small complexity and well-defined tasks independently and bigger scope tasks with guidance as part of the team.
Delivers scoped and well defined tasks on a local level as part of the team.
Positive communicator with the ability to collaborate in and outside of the team, raises flags when needed.
Relates to our culture and works in line with monday’s core values.
Experience: mid-level experience in the team and role. 2-3 years of prior experience in 1-2 People domain (HRBP, Recruitment, L&D, Comp or Welfare). Prior experience of working with other domains under People unit and other units in the company. Usually second position of people programs.
Making consistent impact by implementing local implementation of global projects and leading local \ regional projects based on the region’s needs.
Plays a significant part on core projects, leads local implementation of global cross People projects independently.
An experienced people programs manager with sample knowledge and wide-ranging experience, a profound understanding in the field of their expertise, and independent work capability. Works with others on big projects.
Proactive communicator, highly collaborative in the team and outside of it. Uses communication as a means to success.
Highly aligned with the company’s culture and practices it in the day-to-day.
Experiience: Senior level experience in the team and role. More than 3 years of prior experience in 1-2 people domains & at least 1 previous position of people programs. Must by a key team member in the current team in order to be a senior level programs manager.
Lead cross-people initiatives and projects on a global level. Owns domain success and failure.
Fully independent team member, key focal point for problem-solving inside the domain. Holds the domains’ complexity and manages to support and mentor others in the day-to-day.
A domain’s engine. Helps others, identifies trends, initiates improvements and has a Halo effect on the domain. Works on complex and global projects & able to solve complex issues.
Great communicator, promotes collaboration within and outside of the team.
A culture influencer, shows interest in the “big picture” – accountable for the culture in their domain and influences on other domains.
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