Corporate · Las Vegas, Nevada

LOCATION: Work location is flexible if approved by the Organization, except that this position may not be performed remotely from Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, or Rhode Island
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC)—a fast-growing leader in the human liberty movement, culture, and advocacy space—is looking for an experienced, hands-on director of human resources with aligned values, passion for our purpose and mission, strong positive presence, drive for excellence, and substantial knowledge of organizational culture development. Successful candidates will embrace extreme ownership principles, approach people and circumstances with empathy, and consistently push to improve our team.
FPC offers highly competitive compensation and excellent benefits, including:

Medical, dental, and vision insurance (99% employer-paid)
401(k) savings plan with match (100% to 5%)
Paid vacation, paid holidays, and paid sick leave
Short-term and long-term disability plans (100% employer-paid)
Opportunities to increase your skills and quality of life with training and education, and more
Becoming part of the awesome FPC Team that fights for your rights and liberty!

To build, execute, and manage an effective and empathetic human resources/people operations program that supports organizational and personal growth, an excellent organizational culture, world-class programs, and product delivery, and conducts all efforts in compliance with the law and best practices in a remote, multi-state team.

Support the FPC mission, share and support the Organization’s values, love working with people, be a positive member of the FPC Team, and help the Organization win and succeed
Work with executives, leaders, and managers across the Organization to set and execute the roadmap for FPC’s short- and long-term HR and growth planning
Review current policies, procedures, record-keeping, and files, and provide recommendations and strategic plans
Build and maintain positive relationships with team members, conduct regular staff check-ins, gather employee feedback, and ascertain sentiment for inclusion into executive planning
Determine the HR KPIs and build the dashboards needed to maintain real-time awareness of individual team status and cultural health
Provide substantive support to recruiting and growth efforts
Manage job offers, onboarding and integration processes, and changes in employee status
Maintain employee files, ensuring the integrity of employee and Organization data consistent with law, best practices, and policies
Lead staff and team review processes and oversee creation and performance of individual development plans
Manage HR-related facilities/compliance issues, safety programs and protocols, government filings and reports, and workers’ compensation issues
Manage dispute and issue resolution procedures
Manage regular and off-cycle payroll, and time-off policies and requests
Manage employee benefits programs and find new ways to add value
Track employee-assigned Organizational assets, equipment, cards
Support executives and leaders in implementing Organization policies and procedures
Use analytics and data to identify trends and areas for improvement
Adhere to policies, procedures, direction, and legal requirements
Never compromise the Organization’s values, mission, brand, and team
Perform other duties or special projects as assigned


Be authorized to work in the United States
Be able to read, write, and speak fluent English
Have a strong work ethic and personal integrity
Hold personal values which align with the Organization’s values, purpose, mission, and current objectives
Have 5-7 years of successful experience in an HR management role
Have excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to effectively communicate with all levels of staff
Have a strong ability to build highly effective training and development programs for diverse skill sets
Have experience in effectively working in a multi-state remote team
Have the ability to respond quickly, effectively, and empathetically to the most sensitive inquiries
Have an excellent focus and organizational skills
Have excellent strategic vision and planning skills
Be well-organized, self-directed, and efficient
Have the ability and willingness to review, with meticulous attention to detail, all of the final work products that you create
Be default aggressive and embody principles of extreme ownership
Have the ability to effectively handle stress and pressure consistent with the job duties and industry
Genuinely enjoy collaborating and creating with executives, other leaders, and your team members
Have a working knowledge of and proficiency with computers, mobile devices, software, and business communications tools (Slack, Zoom, etc.)
Have a valid driver’s license with no more than one (1) chargeable moving violation or accidents within the last three (3) years, and provide proof of same, as well as a reliable vehicle and proof of insurance
Be able to travel and meet with executives, team members, vendors, and others as needed
Have an attitude that fits our culture
Want to win and be a part of our FPC Team’s success
Be willing to work hard and fight forward for the People, liberty, freedom, and the FPC Team


Have a strong sense of humor
SPHR Certification
Experience working with recruiting, ATS, and HR platforms such as JazzHR, BambooHR, Gusto, Indeed, etc.
Experience working in or around the firearms and Second Amendment community
Experience in or knowledge of liberty issues and political philosophies

Firearms Policy Coalition is a team of passionate liberty and freedom advocates who love to fight for the People and their constitutionally guaranteed rights. Our members and supporters are energetic, informed, and passionate about their rights and freedom—we love our people! While we cover a lot of ground, we especially focus on rights protected under the First Amendment (free speech, etc.), Second Amendment (right to keep and bear arms), Due Process, and other important related issues. Our team members, attorneys, experts, and volunteers work to change the world through litigation, legal action, direct advocacy, grassroots, research, education, outreach, and other efforts. We are fiercely non-partisan. Our philosophy and core values (which some might describe as libertarian in nature) drives and forms the basis of all of our work. Successful candidates must have an appreciation and respect for our mission, culture, and members and supporters, including an absolute commitment to privacy and confidentiality.

We are a purpose-driven Team on a mission to promote and achieve maximum individual liberty and freedom
We believe that human rights and constitutionally enumerated liberty interests are more important than the government’s interests
We believe that firearms (and arms, generally) are constitutionally-protected
We believe that free speech is a necessary part of a free society
We believe that the government is too large and grossly exceeding its constitutionally enumerated powers
We believe that there are far too many laws on the books
We believe that over-criminalization is a real problem
We think that advocacy should be impactful, honest, rewarding, and FUN

 FPC is an equal opportunity employer. No recruiters or contract solicitations, please.

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About Firearms Policy Coalition

FPC’s mission is to protect and defend constitutional rights—especially the right to keep and bear arms—advance individual liberty, and restore freedom.