Director of People and Culture
Engage, attract and retain world-class talent.

Macro-Eyes is recruiting a Director of People & Culture to design and build a strategy and precision operation for recruiting new talent, retaining current talent, and reinforcing our culture while we grow.

The Director of People & Culture will be a member of the leadership team and will work closely with the CEO, Chief Business Officer, Chief Engineer, and suite of Directors to ensure that we are engaging, attracting and retaining world-class talent. To meet organic demand and to achieve our business and impact targets, we need to significantly increase the size of our team. We are in perpetual recruiting mode for engineering talent. Amid rapid growth, we need to retain the rigorous, radical soul of our company and ensure that we don’t replicate the ineffective thinking of the industries we’re disrupting.

Our team is global, this role will need a multicultural mentality to hiring, engagement and growth. It is our intent to represent the world in our team - hiring the best and ensuring diversity across geographies, races, genders, socio-economic status, and educations. The foundations of our success are passion, intellect, and fierce intent to take on a problem when it isn’t being solved (inside MACRO-EYES and in the world at large).

Team culture has been challenging since COVID. The diversity and broad geographic footprint of our team deepens this challenge. The Director of People & Culture will drive an environment of learning, respect, passion, and intelligent optimism across the organization. They will partner with other leaders to ensure teams feel like they are an essential part of something far bigger than their immediate colleagues. Mission driven and business minded. A team pulling in the same direction. Working to right a wrong in the world, working on something that is larger than yourself – and worthy – is the greatest thing a human can do.

Ensuring data-driven, fair compensation across geographies is a challenge. In a growing company, we must work to generate financial stability for our employees while incentivizing fierce drive for creation and commitment to our mission. Incentives are extremely challenging and can (and likely should) extend beyond the basics of bonuses and stock options. The Director of People & Culture will ensure that excellent work is rewarded and rewarded in a way that benefits the individual and the company. This will include designing and driving the employee review process.

While every Director has their own area of focus and teams are small (right now) – no one at Macro-Eyes is alone in their endeavor. It is the responsibility of every leader at this organization to build and support the efforts of those around them.

  • Design and build a comprehensive HR strategy and operation.
  • Organizational design: Facilitate strategic hiring in collaboration with division and service leads. Regularly check in on capacity and growth needs. Guide strategies for each team to engage talent through conventional and unconventional channels.
  • Work with external partners and platforms to access the best talent in the world. This will include traditional and alternative hiring partners, direct relationships with universities and meet-ups, veteran services, and engaging with those with disabilities. Our team must represent our world.
  • Work with leadership to design and build a culture for an engaging career and the advancement of Macro-Eyes. Culture is paramount for companies with decentralized teams, it is also exceptionally challenging.
  • Design and enforce an equitable, data-driven review process for employees including annual leadership reviews.
  • Protect the employee from the company; protect the company from the employee. Do this through mitigation rather than response.
  • Lead the coordination of the annual global retreat. Engage with company leaders and external facilitators to identify the objectives, location, and other components of an authentic, remarkable retreat year after year. For a decentralized company, this retreat represents a rare opportunity to build kinship, vision, and passion for our work and the communities we serve.
  • Travel as needed to fulfill requirements. Know this team better than anyone else.

What you need to bring:

  • 5-10 years experience in human resources and/or operations.
  • Comfort with blank sheets of paper.
  • Comfortable working in a small team in a fast-paced, collaborative but unstructured environment.
  • Experience working across cultures.
  • A strong personality that can demonstrate equal parts approachability and the ability to push back against leadership on behalf of the employee.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and execution skills, including strategic thinking and operationalizing processes with minimal direction.
  • Tactical and strategic. The operational insight to know when to devote resources to building overarching, longer-term infrastructure and when to execute on the here and now.


What we’ll ask of you:

  • Take a task and run with it. There’s not a lot of hierarchy, and everybody organically occupies the space they’re given to get something done.
  • Speak up. We all learn every day. We constantly figure out things we’ve never done before. Ask for help, say when you need something.
  • Be forthcoming and accountable. About time, scope, questions, needs, options, deliverables.
  • Be nice to work with. Nothing extraordinary was ever achieved alone.

What you need to bring:

  • A human-first mindset with a proven track record of delivering with precision and accuracy.
  • Comfortable working with a small team in a fast-paced, collaborative environment with limited structure.
  • Experience working on dynamic cross-functional teams.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Energy, boundless curiosity, open-mindedness.
  • Care to do something right for the sake of doing it right.
  • Willingness to learn and grow.
  • Respect for audiences and users. Willingness to step into someone else’s shoes (and the imagination to do so).

Why you want to work with us:

  • We develop technology and products that save lives and help organizations do more with fewer resources — and we break new ground in AI by creating systems that can learn in some of the most challenging environments on earth: real-world impact and state-of-the-art science.
  • We are rapidly growing — globally — and engaged in many of the most important issues of our time.
  • Being part of Macro-Eyes is rich in opportunity.
  • You get the chance to shape the world, bend it towards progress!
  • You get to work with an amazing group of people.
  • You can work from almost anywhere, although less than 6 hours from EST tends to be optimal.
  • This role will be remote with the freedom to choose how and when to work. Macro-Eyes was fully remote before COVID-19 and we expect to continue to be a fully remote team. US-based candidates are preferred. You will have access to your choice of hardware and a travel budget to interact with the distributed team in person. Macro-Eyes has a rigorously horizontal culture that values diversity of every kind.


MACRO-EYES is an AI company. Our technology makes crucial systems predictive. Predictive systems are resilient.

Radical thinking is at our core.

MACRO-EYES technology makes crucial systems predictive. Predictive systems are resilient, enabling our customers to save lives and extend the impact of scarce resources. We have a mandate to deliver social impact, global presence and an international machine learning team led by MIT faculty. The Macro-Eyes team has built and shipped cutting-edge machine learning systems that run at large US health systems and on-device in the most challenging environments in the world.

MACRO-EYES is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, private investors and USAID and has partnered with Stanford, UNICEF, the Government of Tanzania, the Government of Mozambique, the Government of Sierra Leone, and Direct Relief. Accenture spotlighted MACRO-EYES product Sibyl as critical digital health technology of the future.

Macro-Eyes is working towards a future state in which the delivery of care is predictive everywhere; where supply chains that deliver essential goods anticipate need and predict demand down to the individual and ensure the right resource is used at the right time — personalizing care, increasing access, and making scarce resources serve more people in need. You will build the future.

The Macro-Eyes team is spread across Zambia, Kenya, Germany, Switzerland, South Africa and works from all corners and peninsulas of the United States. We believe in recruiting the best talent in the world, regardless of location — particularly now! This role will be remote with the freedom to choose how and when to work. Our remote team was executing at the highest level before COVID-19, and we expect to continue to be a fully remote, high-performing team. You will have access to your choice of hardware and a travel budget to interact with the distributed team in person. Macro-Eyes has a rigorously horizontal culture that values diversity of every kind.

Competitive compensation and generous benefits.

Macro-Eyes is dedicated to building an inclusive workforce where diversity is valued. Macro-Eyes is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment. Macro-Eyes does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or orientation, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Disclaimer: Due to large volumes of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.