HR Business Partner

Houston, TX
Full Time
Human Resources
Mid Level

Role: On-site (In person at office) 

Location: Houston, TX


Who We Are 

Intervene K-12 is a fast growth education company, positioning itself to become a leader in global education. We have been awarded state and federal opportunities to expand our impact which is driving exponential growth. We provide assessments, analytics, and online instruction to assist students struggling in math, reading, science, and English Language (EL/ ESL). Intervene K-12’s programs have served over 30,000 students and have made a significant impact on economically disadvantaged students.  

What We Are Looking For

The HR Business Partner (HRBP) is a highly skilled and highly motivated HR professional to join our team. As an HRBP, you will play a key role in bridging the gap between management and employees. You will wear many hats in the People and Talent Department. You will report directly to the Head of People & Talent to execute strategies that foster an environment that is highly productive, meaningful, inclusive, and enjoyable for all. You will work closely with all departments to align the business objectives, create our people strategy, support building a culture of excellence and recruit top talent. The HRBP will be responsible for overseeing the HR functions related to talent management, administrative functions of recruiting, onboarding, performance management, employee relations and other HR-related strategic tasks.  


Role: On-site (In person at office) 

Location: Houston, TX

What You Will Do

Talent Management 

  • In coordination with hiring manager develop job descriptions, job summaries, and prepare postings. 
  • Assist the Head of People & Talent to execute talent acquisition and recruitment strategies including job postings, pre-screening questions, scheduling candidate interviews, pre-hire testing, and communication with candidates. 
  • Source and recruit candidates based on the job persona using databases, social media, LinkedIn, networks, and other tools. 
  • Provide initial screening of applicant pools, as well as phone screens or interviews where applicable. 
  • Conduct interviews using various recruiting and selection criteria. 
  • Act as a point of contact and build influential candidate relationships during the selection process. 
  • Support leaders in the selection process to ensure a best fit for both the candidate and the organization. 
  • Develop a talent pipeline specifically for frequently filled positions as well as hard-to-fill positions that require specific expertise. 
  • Provide consultation and training to hiring managers regarding recruitment, talent management and selection processes as well as interviewing. 

Performance Management 

  • In partnership with the Head of People & Talent support the performance management program, to include coordination of performance appraisals, staff training, and individual staff development. 
  • Ensure effective feedback mechanisms are in place to improve employee performance. 
  • Support the Head of People and Talent with employee relations including providing general HR support to employees. 
  • Organize and support employee onboarding, retention and help organize training & development initiatives. 
  • Provide support to employees in various HR-related topics such as leaves and compensation and resolve any issues that may arise. 
  • Gather and analyze data with useful HR metrics, like time to hire and employee engagement, and turnover rates. 
  • Support the organization changes by updating job requirements and job descriptions for all positions. 
  • Support the organization’s performance management program, to include coordination of performance appraisals, staff training, and individual staff development.  
  • Track and administer staff work anniversary and birthday recognition.  
  • Conduct exit interviews and work with Head of People & Talent to make actionable recommendations based on data. 

HR Strategic Initiatives 

  • Perform additional HRBP-related duties as needed and assigned. 

  • Identify and drive the sharing of best practices across the organization to facilitate continuous improvement. 

  • Drive HR Strategy: Work closely with leadership to develop and implement a comprehensive HR strategy that aligns with the organization's mission, vision, and strategic goals. 

  • Change Management: Lead change management initiatives related to HR, acting as a change agent to support a culture of high performance and continuous improvement. 

  • Succession Planning: Develop and implement a succession planning program, identifying high-potential employees and providing them with targeted development opportunities. 


What You Bring 

  • Bachelor’s Degree required 

  • 4+ years’ experience as a HR Business Partner supporting recruitment, human resources processes, and performance management 

  • Experience working as an HR professional with remote employees and international locations preferred 

  • Ability and willingness to learn about the position requirements and experience writing job descriptions 

  • Experience in candidate profiling and deep dive into business functional needs 

  • Experience in talent management, performance management, recruitment marketing, sourcing strategies, and employee relations.   

  • High degree of attention to detail, excellent communication skills, and strong analytical abilities.  

  • Advanced knowledge of MS Office, database management, and HR management systems 

  • Proven experience administering various types of interviews (i.e., phone, video, etc.) 

  • Good people and problem-solving skills, and ability to manage complexities  

  • Desire to grow professionally with networking and ongoing development opportunities 


Timeline for Hire: Immediate

To Apply:  

Please apply directly from our website Careers page ( with your resume, including a cover letter with salary requirements. 


Why Intervene K-12?

We Think Intervene Is a Great Place to Work - We're a Rapidly Growing Startup

Here at Intervene, we engage and empower students to achieve their academic goals. We unlock the potential of educators and administrators, improving their ability to lead and use data to deliver world-class instruction. 

Compensation: Base salary with benefits.

Benefits: No waiting - employee benefits start on day one. We offer a 401(k) matching contribution, employee assistance program (EAP), medical, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability, and life insurance!

Learn and get promoted: Join us at the start of our journey - we are in this together! We're growing quickly and believe in promoting from within. You can learn and grow your career here.

Join a legitimately secure tech start-up. We have best-in-class technology and a people team! 

Intervene K-12, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to diversity. Intervene K-12, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by applicable law. 



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