29 Places to Find Remote HR Jobs
In a world that’s increasingly interconnected through new technologies, more and more businesses are integrating remote employees into their workforce. After all, remote work offers a slew of advantages, such as increased flexibility and autonomy, reduced commute time, and fewer office expenses. Although remote work isn’t ideal for all roles, it can be a particularly great option for Human Resources professionals.
If you’re an HR professional – or looking to get started in HR – you might be wondering where you can find such remote positions. Fortunately, there are a lot of places to look online!
Here are the top 29 websites to find the highest-quality remote HR jobs.
Adecco is a worldwide leader in staffing services, offering background checks, payroll, and benefits administration to employers of all sizes.
They hire for 100% remote and hybrid-remote positions, including recruiters and HR compensation specialists.
You can use the search bar on their site to find current openings in your state.
Amazon is the world’s largest online retailer, with over 90,000 workers across the globe. They hire remote positions not just for HR but for customer service, retail, account management, and more.
Some HR-related roles you might find listed include Sourcing Recruiter, Regional Human Resource Manager, and Recruiting Manager.
Keep in mind also that Amazon uses “pipeline listings,” which means one job posting can be for multiple openings.
AngelList is a site that brings job hunters and hiring startups together. Using their mobile app, you can apply to their AngleList talent program to access tens of thousands of startup jobs using one application.
You also get to see the position’s salary and other helpful information about the company you’re applying to, such as if they’re highly rated or offer a good work/life balance.
4. Alight Solutions
Alight Solutions (previously Aon Hewitt) is a business that provides a wide range of business services, from HR and staff training to health benefits and IT services.
You can use the job board filter to find HR jobs, and you’ll find a variety of roles available, from Entry Level Remote Recruiter to HR Team Manager.
FlexProfessionals is another platform that connects employers with job seekers, specializing in filling flexible, part-time roles.
They have a career re-entry program which is ideal for job hunters returning to work after a hiatus. It’s also an excellent platform for people looking to work fewer hours or make a career change.
Pearson is a multinational education company with over 100 years of expertise in instructional materials and services. They offer a wide selection of curricula, tools, products, and services for teachers and students.
Pearson hires remote and hybrid-remote employees for a variety of departments, including HR. Just go to their job board and type in “human resources” to get a list of current openings.
7. Qumu Corporation
Qumu Corporation is an international site that helps brands launch products, run events, onboard customers, hire employees, and more. They offer a video engagement platform SAAS, which leverages the power of videos to reach a large audience on any device.
Their careers page often features several remote positions, including HR roles.
8. OneSource Virtual
Once a small firm with humble beginnings, OneSource Virtual is now a multinational corporation with hundreds of employees.
They have become a leader in human resources and outsourcing and frequently have openings for part-time and remote positions. You can find job openings on their website and filter by “professional services” and “US-Remote” to find job openings.
Randstad is a multinational staffing agency from the Netherlands. They specialize in filling a diverse range of roles, including HR positions.
Their US website is a treasure trove of active work-from-home listings, which you can find by searching for “human resource” as the job title and “remote” as the location.
Transcom is a global company offering a wide range of business services. They help companies build loyal relationships, provide technology and robotic process automation, and operate contact centers that provide top-notch customer experiences.
Employees in North America all work from home. Their website has a list of current openings in the US and Canada.
With 26 offices across 17 countries, Twilio provides communication as a service for businesses worldwide. They enable companies to integrate messaging and voice communication into web-based applications like mobile phones and desktops.
Twilo also offers security APIs to help businesses mitigate account fraud, account recovery costs, and more.
They have a large job board with open positions, which you can filter to find remote openings, either globally or within the US. For example, they have had postings for Head of People Compliance, HR Product Manager, Onboarding Operations Program Manager, and more.
12. Robert Half International
Robert Half has been around since 1948 and has become one of the top-ranked staffing firms, having been named America’s Best Professional Recruiting Firm by Forbes for the past four years.
They have a large job board with many remote listings and openings within human resources, including HR Generalist, HR Assistant, and Leadership Recruiter.
13. Kelly Services
Kelly Services is a staffing agency that brings talented workers and top businesses together. Some opportunities include roles in Fortune 100 companies.
They offer a wide range of flexible work options, including remote, freelance, and work-from-home jobs. Here you may find roles for HR generalists, HR coordinators, and recruiters.
14. KForce Inc
Kforce is another large staffing firm specializing in building teams within several industries, including technology and finance.
They have worked with over 4,000 organizations and have a large number of open HR-related roles that you can filter under “Business Support” and then “Remote.”
15. HR Personnel Services
HR Personnel Services is an executive recruiting firm that specializes in connecting executive and non-executive positions like payroll specialists, staffing HRIS specialists, diversity specialists, and HR managers to companies in need of help.
One of the nice perks of this temp agency is its benefits to temporary employees. On their site, you’ll find direct-hire openings, contract-to-hire, and contract work. While most of their job postings are for in-person work, you can occasionally find remote positions under the contract work category.
If you’re willing to spend a little money for a FlexJobs membership, they have a good selection of work-from-home HR positions. There are a few reasons why I like using FlexJobs. First, they hand-screen all their job postings for legitimacy, so you never have to worry about scams. Secondly, they have some amazing search query features allowing you to search by work schedule, job category, career level, and more! And if you’ve never tried FlexJobs, new users can get up to 30% off with Holly’s discount code WAHWOMAN at checkout here.
Kraken is one biggest and most popular platforms for trading Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. They hire remote team members for a number of roles, and you can find the current list of their HR openings on their website under “People.” Some of the positions they have hired for in the past include HR Business Partner, People Relations Consultant, and Senior Compensation Manager.
Once viewed as a platform for freelancer writers, UpWork has evolved into a hub for finding all kinds of remote work, including HR roles. However, many of the jobs here are part-time or for temporary projects. Recruiting Specialist, HR Manager, HR Digital Services, and Talent Acquisition Manager are some examples of the open roles you’ll find on Upwork.
The job descriptions always indicate the level of expertise required, and you’ll find that some positions are entry-level while others require significant experience.
19. Built In
Founded in Chicago in 2011, Built In is a job board dedicated to connecting talented people with tech companies and startups that share their passions and values. They are a hub for many remote jobs, many of which are for HR and Recruiting roles.
Use their filter to refine your search to remote HR jobs, and you’ll find hundreds of postings, including jobs for well-known companies like Dropbox and Coinbase.
Remote.co appeals to remote-first companies and workers that view remote work as an opportunity, not a restriction. It was founded in 2007 by Sara Sutton, who was also the Founder and CEO of FlexJobs. Their job board features remote jobs exclusively, and you’ll find no shortage of HR roles here. Popular companies such as Lululemon and Airbnb have posted HR openings here!
Stride is a teaching company that offers homeschooling and education options, including programs for public school, high school, college prep, and career development. They hire remotely for some of their corporate positions, which you can easily find using the filters on their listings page. It’s a great place to try if you are looking for either a contractor or full-time position.
SimplyHired is a job board for all sorts of jobs, but you can find a lot of Human Resources roles there if you filter by “HR” and “remote.” The job board is free to use, and you need only to register with your Facebook or Google account to apply to listings. These remote roles are from all over the web, and posted salaries range from $30,000 to upwards of $100,000 per year.
RemoteHub is another job board that specializes in work-from-home job postings. Job seekers can publish their portfolio and experience, and both receive job offers and apply to open postings.
Although they don’t show an HR category on their job board, if you type “human resources” into the search bar, you’ll find tons of postings for roles such as Talent Acquisition Specialist, Human Resources Director, HR Intern, and more.
You may not think of LinkedIn as a job board, but it can be a great place to find a full-time position or a contract-based HR role. Simply search “human resources, remote” in the jobs search bar. You can further refine your results by company, experience level, and date posted.
You can also use the “Open Candidates” feature to let recruiters know you’re open to hearing about new opportunities!
Indeed is a massive job board that includes many remote HR roles. You can use the filters on the left-hand side of their job postings to refine your results by location (select “remote”), job type, salary, and more. Jobs posted recently include HR Generalists and human resources managers.
Owned by the DHI Group, Dice was designed to be a career marketplace for tech jobs. However, they have many listings for remote HR positions as well! You can use their filters to find jobs that are both full-time and contract-based, as well as narrow your results by company, date posted, and more.
ClearanceJobs is the sister site to Dice and lists jobs within the security clearance industry. It was founded in 2002 and was designed to be a vetted career network for US Citizens with active security clearance. Like Dice, you can find human resources roles using their search filters. Companies like Owl Cyber Defense, Seneca Holdings, and Athena Technology Group have posted HR roles through this site.
28. The Muse
The Muse is a job board that offers both traditional and non-traditional job postings. They also offer career coaching that can help you bolster your resume and refine your job search strategy.
The best part of The Muse’s job board is its advanced search interface that allows you to find not only remote HR jobs but roles with other perks like work-from-home stipends, four-day work weeks, or flexible positions.
This job board lets you search for remote jobs in the US or anywhere across the globe! Their search filter is pretty basic, but they always have lots of HR-related roles listed.
What Qualifications Do Remote HR Professionals Need?
To work as a remote HR specialist, most companies prefer job seekers to have a bachelor’s degree in HR or a related field. Still, some will hire without a degree if the individual has the right skills and experience.
Expected skills and experience needed for remote HR professionals:
- Proficiency with MS Office or Google Docs
- Experience with Human Resources Information System (HRIS) or Human Resources Management System (HRMS)
- Great team player
- Excellent organizational
- Global communication skills
- Ability to multitask
- Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality
- Experience in change management is an advantage
From the job ads I looked at, only a few were for entry-level HR positions. Of the entry-level positions I found, they still wanted 1-2 years of experience; the vast majority of remote HR specialists require at least 3-5 years of experience.
With so many companies interested in hiring remote employees, there is an unprecedented number of places to find remote HR jobs. Whether you go through a staffing agency or apply directly to the company you want to work for, you are sure to find a role that suits your skills and preferences.
So if you’re tired of commuting every day or need a remote job with flexible hours, it may be time to pursue one of these HR opportunities!
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Originally published November 1, 2021. Content updated November 2022.