People Operations Generalist

  • Operations
  • Port Moody, Canada

People Operations Generalist

Job description

About us:

Redstamp was founded in 2011 by Kelso Kennedy and Spencer Ririe. These two awesome and creatively passionate people lead a team of developers, designers, marketers, and more. Redstampers (That’s what we call ourselves :D) embody our CRFT values, we are all: Curious, Resourceful, Fair, and Tenacious.

We help innovators tell their stories. Our clients are largely SaaS companies looking for creative partners who help them enhance their brands and expand their reach. We are proud of our long-term client relationships with marketing leaders who call us to support them and their teams time after time.

What we offer:

  • Enjoy the flexibility of a remote-first organization with a WFH and in-office culture

  • Be part of a diverse, talented, and passionate team of professionals

  • Competitive salary and vacation days

  • Comprehensive medical and dental benefits plan

  • Free and unlimited access to Telus MyHealth Mental Health Counselling (Available on your first week of employment)

  • Health days that can be used for anything health-related (This includes physical health, mental health, political health, democratic health, etc.)

  • Financial support for advanced training, personal and career development

  • Annual group playday events (Remote and in-person friendly)

  • Redstamp Partners Club (Discounts from local and national small businesses)

  • Accessible friendly office space

  • Daily employee recognition program (Tacos), with cash like redeemable rewards such as gift cards

  • Whether remote or in-office, we celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and momentous occasions

About the role:

We are looking for an experienced full-time People Operations Generalist with an entrepreneurial mindset. You’re great at building systems and processes that are scalable, are talented at creating an inclusive remote-first environment, and can gather and analyze HR-related data with the best of them. Our ideal candidate has worked at an agency and/or a fast-paced ever-evolving environment, loves to use technology to optimize all things related to people and culture, believes in the future of remote work and is obsessed with building systems that will power that. You are curious about what is possible, resourceful when finding solutions, fair to those around you, and tenacious in your approach.


The skills we think you’ll need to be successful in this role:

  • 5+ years of experience in a similar role, ideally within a growth-oriented tech environment.

  • Strong knowledge of BC’s Employment Standards Act, HR best practices and industry standards.

  • You are experienced at providing support and advice to employees and managers about their inquiries and deliver responses to them in a timely manner.

  • You have the ability to manage all the people operations programs to ensure they run smoothly and are all up to date based on provincial and federal legislative standards.

  • You possess the strong ability to manage, review and write all documentation that comes out of the People Operations department. You are a very strong writer who enjoys writing and is proficient at writing policy documents.

  • You are direct and to the point and you value concise, short and efficient ways to solve problems for a scaling organization.

  • You can manage the administration for our compensation and benefits plans.

  • You are knowledgeable about all the legal documentation when it comes to employment law. You know how to ensure compliance with labour regulations across Canada for our employees and contractors.

  • You lead with passion & empathy and excel in a fast-paced, high-growth environment where critical thinking and strong problem-solving skills are a given.

  • Solid communication skills, in fact, you have mastered the art of over-communicating in this remote-first world.

  • Your time-management, organization, and project management skills are unparalleled.

  • You possess a high sense of urgency and a commitment to achieving things “by when” they’re due.

  • You assume positive intent and respect all people, places, and things.

We have team members located nationally. This role is remote with opportunities for in-person workdays and connection when regulations allow. Our head office is located in Port Moody, British Columbia.

Redstamp welcomes all applicants regardless of race, gender, orientation, sexual identity, economic class, ability, disability, age, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, or status. We believe that different perspectives and backgrounds are what make a company stronger and we welcome you! (Even if you are a Leafs fan, go Canucks!)

Sound like you? We’d love to connect for an exploratory chat. We can’t wait to meet you!