Role: Vice President of Human Resources
Founded in 2000, eVestment is the leading global provider of institutional investor data, analytics and intelligence. eVestment delivers insights to its over 2,100 global customers through a comprehensive, global database and cloud-based analytics technology. As institutional portfolios increasingly diversify holdings, a single source of data, analysis and reporting like that offered uniquely by eVestment become an essential foundation for efficient investing.
eVestment continues to grow rapidly due to our market leading position and consistent double-digit year-over-year growth resulting from both organic growth and acquisitions. Past acquisitions have included: Public Plan IQ, TopQ Software, StokTrib, PerTrac, Fundspire, ASAP Advisor Services and HedgeFund.net.
The company has been named as a Best Workplaces for Technology in the US by Best Places to Work for the last eight years, and was awarded a 2016 Investors in People Silver accreditation as one of the top places to work in the United Kingdom. It was selected for the Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest Growing Companies for the eleven consecutive years.
eVestment is headquartered in Atlanta with offices in New York, London, Hong Kong and Sydney.
In October of 2017, Nasdaq (Nasdaq:NDAQ) acquired eVestment because of our reputation as an industry leading content and analytics provider. This event represents the culmination of 17 years of hard work, determination and innovation. Our team is proud of its achievement, and with the support of Nasdaq, has set its sights on continued aggressive growth.
The relationship with Nasdaq represents a tremendous strategic opportunity to strengthen our offerings in critical areas and to broaden our client reach. It also underscores Nasdaq’s strategic direction to further enhance its leading data and analytics offerings.
As eVestment continues to grow rapidly and expand globally, it is seeking a Vice President of Human Resources to partner with the executive team in building a world-class company with best- in-class talent. She / He will report to the COO, Gene Luciani and will be a strategic partner in driving growth by recruiting, retaining, developing and engaging top talent, and building a global brand that reflects the company’s successes, values and business objectives.
The Vice President of Human Resources will be responsible for structuring and leading a state-of- the-art HR function and developing and implementing best practices in talent recruitment and talent management, compensation, organizational design, training and development. She / He will develop appropriate metrics, review processes, and policies to ensure an HR function that enables and supports business objectives. She / He will act as the “eyes and ears” to the organization while maintaining the trust and confidence of management and employees and aligning executives and their teams to accomplish the Company’s goals.
Competencies for Success:
Strategist: A proven track record of developing and implementing innovative best practices,
process, and rigor across growing businesses
Leadership: A demonstrated ability of displaying confidence, conviction, and accountability among subordinates, peers, and superiors in addressing difficult decisions
Change Agent: Must display the ability to identify opportunities for improvement across business processes and functions
Adaptable: Capable of operating in fast-paced, results driven environments with the intellectual capacity to perform quickly under pressure
Culture & Strategic Change
Strategic Business Partnering
Learning & Organizational Development
Experience, Background & Behavioral Competencies for Success: