Human Resources Generalist - 18090206

  Location: United States

Job Title:            Human Resources Generalist                                  

Department:       Human Resources

Region:              Phoenix, AZ, USA                                                                                              


Quanergy’s (NYSE:  QNGY and QNGY.WS) mission is to create powerful, affordable smart LiDAR solutions for automotive and IoT applications to enhance people’s experiences and safety. Quanergy has developed the only true 100% solid-state CMOS LiDAR sensor built on optical phased array (OPA) technology to enable the mass production of low-cost, highly reliable 3D LiDAR solutions. Through Quanergy’s smart LiDAR solutions, businesses can now leverage real-time, advanced 3D insights to transform their operations in a variety of industries including industrial automation, physical security, smart cities, smart spaces and much more. Quanergy solutions are deployed by nearly 400 customers across the globe. 


We are seeking a talented HR Generalist to join our HR Team. The successful candidate will work in a variety of HR related activities including but not limited to; employee onboarding and offboarding, HR administration development, handling general HR inquires, recruitment and executive support. The candidate chosen will participate in the improvement of HR processes and procedures.


  • Provide answers to common HR related questions for new job applicants, new hires and current employees.
  • Assist with the management of benefits administration, open enrollment and other compliance reporting/verification functions.
  • Assist the CEO with various administrative tasks not limited to schedule maintenance, appointments and calendar coordination.
  • Assist the recruiting manager with administrative tasks such as appointment scheduling, the creation of new job descriptions, maintaining and updating our Applicant Tracking Software (ATS) as well as assisting in the arrangement of new candidate interviews.
  • Help support new employee onboarding by the coordination of department training, new employee orientation, IT requests and assistance with the arrangement of introductory individual and team meetings.
  • Manage the tasks associated with the offboarding process including end of employment emails, system updates, unemployment registration, the coordination of the return of company owned property (IT) and assistance with the end of employment paperwork requests.
  • Serve as the first point of contact for employee questions queries such as: PTO requests, W2 assistance, leaves of absence, initial payroll questions, HRIS questions, etc., via phone, chat, or email.
  • Assist with the setup of companywide “Townhall” lunches and events.


  • At least 3 years of relevant experience in HR general practices including but not limited to recruiting, customer service, and/or office administration.
  • Demonstrated experience with organization, task management, and time management.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently in a punctual, reliable, and enthusiastic manner.
  • MS Office experience (Outlook, Word, Excel), proficient in Power Point.


  • 1+ years of the above-mentioned experience in a startup environment.


  • Bachelor degree preferred


  • Upbeat and energetic attitude.
  • Professional phone presence and demeanor.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Highly process-oriented with a detail-oriented approach.
  • Ability to keep pace with an ever-changing to-do list.
  • Proficiency with Google Suite, Microsoft Office.


  • Familiarity with Recruiterbox or similar Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) programs.










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