The Red Hat North America (NA) People (HR) team is looking for a Human Resources (HR) Manager to join our growing Global Field HR team in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you will actively support several functions within the NA Sales organizations. In alignment with the Red Hat People team's HR strategy and programs with business needs, you will have the opportunity to actively consult with leaders and associates with a focus on talent strategy, performance and development to align to business goals, succession and development planning, diversity and inclusion, change management and communication, total rewards and recognition, and employee relations. As an HR Manager, you will work according to the priorities of the talent strategy set by your customer management teams and you'll collaborate with our global People team centers of excellence (CoEs) and Client Engagement team.What you will do
Red Hat is the world's leading provider of enterprise open source software solutions, using a community-powered approach to deliver reliable and high-performing Linux, hybrid cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies. Red Hat helps customers integrate new and existing IT applications, develop cloud-native applications, standardize on our industry-leading operating system, and automate, secure, and manage complex environments. Award-winning support, training, and consulting services make Red Hat a trusted adviser to the Fortune 500. As a strategic partner to cloud providers, system integrators, application vendors, customers, and open source communities, Red Hat can help organizations prepare for the digital future.
Note : These benefits are only applicable to full time, permanent associates at Red Hat located in the United States.
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