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Human Resources Generalist - Contractor

Reports to: COO and CEO

Wage Range: $17 - $20/hour


Why us?... Who we are

Using technology + data to empower people to build great teams.

On its surface, Poprouser is a boutique HR and People Operations consulting firm based in Miami, FL. If you look a bit deeper, you will see an R&D team which looks at painful issues facing businesses and uses human interaction, business frameworks, and technology to come up with durable and scalable solutions. Yes, we are currently a startup firm, and we're growing fast!

Our mission is to cultivate a more innovative, engaged, and effective workforce. We rouse organizations to become healthy and build winning teams, and strive to revolutionize traditional HR. Our vision is to eliminate workforce inefficiencies and inequities, freeing people up to innovate, enjoy life, and tackle the bigger issues facing humanity.

Who are you? ... The Opportunity in Brief

We're looking for the intrepid and the explorers.

  • Do you have a healthy obsession with excellence and growth?
  • Are you the one that looks at a task or process and asks, "How can I reduce the time it takes to complete by 30% or eliminate the need for it completely?" and moves forward to test and implement
  • Do you enjoy keeping up with and discussing the trends of your industry and get into passionate discussions?
  • Do you share our enthusiasm for building, community, entrepreneurship, and tinkering?

Contract Role Summary

We're looking for a dynamic, entrepreneurial person as Human Resource Generalist Consultant who is located in the Miami/ metro area, to serve our clients across Miami and Fort Lauderdale needing HR services in:

  • HR Administrative Process Improvement
  • HR Strategic Partnership
  • Talent Recruitment, Retention, + Management
  • Developing Teams, Workplace Culture + Experience
  • Payroll + Compensation Planning
  • People Metrics/Analytics
  • HR + Workplace Compliance

If your experience does not tick all the boxes, do not fret! Ideal candidates possess self-discipline, strong intellectual curiosity with the propensity to learn, and tendencies toward thinking through creative and data-driven solutions. We deal with people at their best and worst, so emotional intelligence is also a must! You must be willing to mentor and accept mentorship, and to network periodically. You will have dual roles: as an in-house HR generalist as needed, and as an outbound HR consultant with our clients most of all, and will start off as a part-time Contractor or Temporary role (10 - 25hrs/wk) with potential to be hired into a Part-Time or Full-Time status if there's a fit and mutual desire.

The role can be described as 50% remote work, but on-site work with clients across South Florida and Poprouser team members in bustling Downtown Miami will be required. The HR Generalist reports work directly to the COO and CEO and will collaborate across the internal team. Your work will be critical in assisting to develop the internal organization of Poprouser and serving the needs of clients demanding HR and People Operations services.

What you’ll do ... Your Areas of Impact

  • Learn and execute the following HR software systems: Payroll, ATS, HRIS, Assessments, Project Management, Performance Management, Reporting
  • Partner with clients as needed/required to provide strategic HR guidance to management
  • Work closely with clients' and Poprouser management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase productivity and retention
  • Execute "Hire to Fire" processes for clients including sourcing, interviewing, hiring, onboarding, and terminating employees
  • Lead or Co-Lead the development of Workforce/Talentforce Planning
  • Audit HR systems and processes and ensure regulatory compliance
  • Develop and coordinate changes regarding HR workflow
  • Contribute to the internal development of Poprouser business and Research & Development (R&D) activities

What you’ll need to be successful... Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience is desired
  • Experience in payroll management across several systems, recruiting, employee relations and counseling, and workplace safety management or auditing
  • Strong technical proficiency in collaborative tools such as Google Suite, Microsoft Office, Slack
  • Proficient in investigating, negotiating, and resolving grievances and conflicts, preferably in a multicultural, diverse environment
  • Understanding of HR data and accounting is desired
  • ADP and/or Quickbooks Payroll experience a BIG plus
  • PHR or SHRM Certification a BIG plus
  • Bilingual in English - Spanish required; Portuguese or French nice to have
  • Beyond traditional schooling, the ideal candidate will have an Entrepreneurial & Growth Mindset with a dedication to continuous learning and development. Your voice will have an impact here.

What else? General Information +  Perks

  • Sponsored personal & professional development opportunities
  • Work where and when you are your best. Highly flexible work schedule with periodic remote work
  • Join our team culture, community, and extended network
  • Bragging rights that you were at the beginning when all of the magic happened


If interested, we invite qualified, fun, friendly, professional and hard working applicants to please apply without hesitation. Join us, the future workplace awaits!


A commitment to diversity is part of who we are. Poprouser provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees, contractors, and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Poprouser complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

We actively prevent harassment. Poprouser expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Poprouser’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.

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