Welcome to the Team, Paola!

Written by Andres Garzon
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Welcome to the Team, Paola_In

Please join us in welcoming Paola Martinez as Jobsity’s new Vice President of People Operations.

At Jobsity, Paola will refine and enhance onboarding, employee branding, compensation analysis, talent management and culture. She will work closely with top Jobsity management to strategically align vital HR processes, increase HR capabilities and develop employees in a more holistic manner.

Paola brings her 15 years of experience in human resources to Jobsity. She’s previously worked for many international companies such as General Motors, Kraft Foods, KFC, Movistar, MullenLowe Delta, Diners Club, Sudinco. She has, on various occasions, transformed the HR department at some of the places she’s worked, leading the effort to build HR strategy beyond payroll and basic personnel management.

“I am beyond thrilled to join a company that represents the top 3% of Latin American developers, with a deep passion for learning and growing,” Paola said. “The mission of Jobsity resonates with me. I'm looking forward to strategically operationalizing human resources processes. However, the greatest reward will be to  continually enhance the Jobsity company culture. Success will be evident when this generation and the next generation of Latin American tech talent aspire to work at Jobsity because employees love working here.” 

Paola also holds a Master's degree in Senior Management from the University of Bari Aldo Moro and in Human Resources from CEREM Business School. She is an animal lover and the person she most admires in the world is her 7-year-old daughter Sofia.

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Written by Andres Garzon

Andres was born in Quito, Ecuador, where he was raised with an appreciation for cultural exchange. After graduating from Universidad San Francisco de Quito, he worked for a number of companies in the US, before earning his MBA from Fordham University in New York City. While a student, he noticed there was a shortage of good programmers in the United States and an abundance of talented programmers in South America. So he bet everything on South American talent and founded Jobsity -- an innovative company that helps US companies hire and retain Latin American programmers. 

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