From recruiting the right people for the Niswey team
to streamlining our HR processes, and designing
our team engagement programs - you'll be
doing it all, and more!
Niswey is a rapidly growing company focused on leveraging the USD 120 billion martech industry. We have marketing services as well as products built largely around the HubSpot ecosystem. We are expecting to grow our team size considerably this year. And are in need of an HR Manager to join the team.
As an HR Manager, you will work with the CEO to streamline all HR processes, and document them. Your prime responsibility will be to enable us to add the right people to the team by truly understanding our culture. You will also enable onboarding, KRA monitoring, appraisals and exit processes.
Niswey uses a host of technology and tools to maintain team transparency and accountability, so your comfort with technology has to be very high. You will also work with the culture team in designing and running team engagement activities.
Experience: 2 - 4 years
Recruitment/New Hire Process
Learning & Development
Qualifications and Skills
You can go through our careers section to know the kind of people we are looking for.
To apply: fill the form and attach your CV.
Niswey not only invests in increasing the professional skills of its employees, but it also invests heavily in making them a better person! What I learned at Niswey actually helped me redefine myself. My perspective towards my career, friends, family, and everything was detoxed. I learned fearlessness, moving on without worrying about the failures, knowing that ’getting things done’ is more important than being caught in the trap of attaining perfection.
Niswey was a life-changing experience for me, where I learned professionally and personally. I learned about time management and efficiency, I learned patience, I learned how to handle different clients and about project management. I learned functionally about different aspects of marketing, including how we should look at everything from the user's POV. But most importantly, I learned that I am capable and that I should trust myself.