The New York Football Giants have partnered with Hanold Associates for its Head of HR & Diversity search. Hanold Associates’ Jason Hanold, Lisa Yae, Ivy Arlia and Meg McElroy will lead the search based in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The New York Giants are an American football team that plays in the NFC East Division of the National Football League (NFL). The Giants are a cornerstone franchise of the league, being the fourth oldest team and operating in the country’s largest market. The team was founded as the New York Football Giants in 1925 by original owner Tim Mara. The team plays its home games at the 82,500-capacity MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and is headquartered at the adjacent Quest Diagnostics Training Center. The back-office staff of the Giants totals approximately 200 full-time employees. During the football season, seasonal employees total approximately an additional 150 employees who have various gameday/event functions only.
As the Giants organization has grown and evolved, the need for more rigor around the people, culture and talent practices has become increasingly more important. To develop a sophisticated function that better supports the team, the business and its people, the NY Giants are hiring a Head of HR & Diversity. This leader will report directly to CEO and President John Mara, serve as a key member of the senior leadership team and lead the organization’s HR function.
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