Our high-profile, strategic Global Talent Engagement (GTE) team sits at the intersection of our business and our people. A Crain’s Best Places to Work winner 3 years in a row and Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT winner 5 years in a row, we are continually developing creative strategies and improving our processes to reinforce and expand our employment value proposition and Liquidnet’s brand which focuses on respect, inclusion, empowerment, passion, and innovation.

This exciting position will report to our Global Head of Talent & Recruiting and will manage a team of HR Business Partners. The role will have responsibility for global initiatives.  As this person will interface regularly with our Leadership team and all employees, strong interpersonal savvy and great energy are a must.  The right candidate must be adept at both the strategic and the tactical, and possess executive presence, creativity, strong attention to detail and a keen sense of urgency.


  • Partner in the design, implementation and advancement of all key programs and strategies in core HR:
  1. Shaping the employee experience
  2. Fostering the success and development of our people; evolving performance management/talent assessments
  3. Advancing best-in-class technology platforms (Workday) and assessing new technology in support of key initiatives
  4. Reinforcing our unique culture/environment by expanding our RISE (Respectful, Inclusive, Safe and Empowered) initiative
  • Provide sound counsel to our managers and leaders on organizational and talent matters
  • Engage and lead a dedicated team of business partners
  • Stay ahead of industry trends, identifying and implementing the right solutions for our progressive workforce and culture
  • Ensure adherence to policies and processes in line with local practices and legislation
  • Monitor and analyze employee relations data and recommend appropriate actions/training
  • Protect Liquidnet and minimize legal risk through education, active participation in Human Resource Forums and continuous education on U.S. employment law
  • Design and drive initiatives that ensure inclusion across all parts of the organization


  • 12-15+ years of progressive experience in Human Resources roles, e.g. HR business partner or full-scope HR for a business unit or region, with directly applicable employee relations, and compliance experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
  • Collaborative approach with strong experience in developing a value added, strategic team
  • Comfort with the conceptual with an ability to influence others in implementing the plan/road map, including executing communication strategies
  • Fintech or technology industry experience preferred
  • Strong knowledge of U.S. employment and labor laws
  • Passion for professional growth i.e. staying abreast of cutting-edge developments in the discipline and applying cool and new solutions to our programs and initiatives
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Sense of humor, confident and positive