The Gravity Haus People & Culture Manager is the ultimate ambassador of the Gravity Haus Mission, Enabling modern adventure for everyone, and embraces our core values of:

Create Powerful Moments

Keep Growing

Bring Others Along

Be All-In + Go the Distance

Make it Better than you Found it

The People & Culture Manager will learn and excel under the direction of the Executive Vice President of People and Culture and alongside another People & Culture Manager. This individual will work with a high degree of autonomy to assist in all aspects of People & Culture (Human Resources) including recruitment, employee relations, employee engagement and recognition, training & development, and compliance.

Although remote, this individual will work closely with team members at each location, learning the unique aspects of each town and the individuals who make up the Community. As a unique “start-up” industry, this individual will be crucial in the design, development, and execution of all aspects of the People & Culture functions. From developing HOPS (Haus Operating Procedures) to creating learning paths and team member recognition and incentive programs, this role will wear many hats and must be able to adjust with the dynamic needs of a fast-growing organization. 

With six locations throughout Colorado and California, with eyes on growth domestically and internationally - this role come with a wealth of opportunity to help lay the foundation of the culture in an incredible new industry, while bringing along the People who will thrive in an environment that brings co-working, travel, adventure, sustainability, fitness, wellness, community and fun together - Gravity Haus!

That’s where YOU come in!

You’re a resourceful, “think outside of the box “ team player who’s eager for the opportunity to be a driving force of developing the Gravity Haus Team and Culture.  You’re driven by the ability to make an enormous impact, while learning from and collaborating with exceptional colleagues. You’ll draw on your skills and experience to help us develop and grow our systems, processes and procedures while developing a culture that serves as a sustainable competitive advantage as we expand. 

You are: 

  • A collaborator + a decision maker: You love collaborating with multiple managers and departments to develop plans, but are self-sufficient to execute and make decisions based on your skills and knowledge of working within People & Culture for three or more years.

  • An excellent communicator: You have written and verbal communication skills to clearly deliver your ideas and directions to your Gravity Haus teammates. Speaking Spanish is a huge win for this individual and the organization.

  • Dynamic & flexible. You are organized and thoughtful in prioritizing your day, although can quickly shift gears and work with urgency to assist the needs of a 24/7/365 industry. You embrace an environment where you can adjust your work and play to meet the needs of both you and the organization. You’re a resourceful, self-motivated team player who’s comfortable navigating ambiguity and carving a new path with minimal direction.

  • Impeccably organized and detail-oriented: You pride yourself on time-management, meeting or exceeding deadlines, delivering work product well thought out and designed.

  • Creative: You have the imagination to produce new ideas that set the Gravity Haus apart from other industries. You are excited by the freedom and challenge of building the culture of a new industry (no corporate red tape here!)

  • An avid outdoor enthusiast: You thrive on being outdoors and your perfect job seamlessly merges work and play (think: hiking, biking, paddle boarding, camping, skiing, ski touring + more).

  • In-tune with the hotel industry and mountain lifestyle: You know the hotel industry and the uniqueness of a mountain lifestyle. Hospitality and travel excites you and you can connect with team members faced with the perks and challenges of living in mountain towns. You are open to travel, to learn hands-on the differences of the properties and the unique opportunities that mountain towns present.

  • Ambitious and driven! You have an appreciation for and commitment to the outdoors, sustainability, and your own personal growth. You want to be a part of something amazing, as we build a one-of-a-kind industry, a community for the modern adventurer!

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field preferred.

  • A minimum of three years of human resource management experience is preferred.

  • SHRM and/or HRCI certified preferred

What You’ll Do:

  • Think Ahead - As we grow we must build the foundation to scale. You will not only plan for today and tomorrow as a People & Culture professional, but think about scalability for the years (and properties!)  to come.

  • Effectively communicate  - You will work with individuals from entry-level to executives, across numerous locations and timezones. You will lead by example and embrace our inclusive culture, nurturing clear and professional conversations, actively listening and looking for resolutions where needed.

  • Using your skills, knowledge and experience from working in the People & Culture / HR industry, you will design and execute HOPS (Haus Operating Procedures) to foster structure, organization, and compliance to the organization.

  • Recruitment - collaborate in the People & Culture team to assist with all areas in recruitment - from marketing campaigns, to sourcing, building a talent community, interviewing, and hiring/on-boarding.

  • Provide support and guidance to management, and other staff when complex, specialized, and sensitive questions and issues arise; may be required to administer and execute routine tasks in delicate circumstances such as providing reasonable accommodations, investigating allegations of wrongdoing, and terminations.

  • Travel as needed to the properties to meet with staff and assist in all People & Culture functions (recruitment, on-boarding, team member relations, learning & development, and having fun!)

  • Analyzes trends in compensation and benefits; research and propose competitive base and incentive pay programs to ensure the organization attracts and retains top talent.

  • Create learning and development programs and initiatives that provide internal development opportunities for team members.

  • Oversee and/or conduct team member coaching & counseling sessions, investigations,  and terminations.

  • Maintain compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; review policies and practices to maintain compliance.

  • Maintain knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in the field of People & Culture (human resources), talent management, and employment law.

  • Learn and embrace the Gravity Haus mission, vision, values, and goals so that you can immediately begin to source talent that aligns with who we are and where we are going!

Physical Requirements: 

  • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.

  • Regular travel to property locations, currently Vail, Breckenridge, Winter Park, Steamboat, Aspen, Tahoe-Truckee.

What We Can Offer You:

  • Competitive compensation, consisting of a base salary of 70,000-$80,000K (depending on experience)

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance plus options for short and long-term disability, Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and more! 

  • 401(k) program with company match of 50% up to 6%

  • Progressive “take what you need” discretionary PTO policy 

  • Flexibility to work from wherever you work best

  • Support for professional development opportunities

  • 40% off Gravity Haus apparel

  • 40% off Food & Beverage at Gravity Haus locations

  • Discounted stays at Gravity Haus properties and hotel partners

  • A Family All-In  Gravity Haus Membership (up to four) which includes

This role comes with a high degree of flexibility, with the ability to work from any location in Colorado. However, given the nature of the role, you’ll be expected to visit properties regularly to connect with team members and ensure they are feeling supported. The ideal candidate lives in or around one of our property locations or the front range.

Gravity Haus is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to building a diverse team and inclusive work environment. Our mission includes enabling access to the outdoors for all. 

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