Reporting to the general counsel, the vice president, talent and culture is responsible for setting, enforcing, and evaluating human resources policies, procedures, and best practices. The vice president, talent and culture will own the full life cycle for recruitment in sourcing the best talent for Company and maintaining effective programs for retention, professional development, promotion and succession planning. He or she will drive continued process improvements aligned to Company’s ongoing strategic imperatives, and core pillars—create, collaborate and communicate—that support the company's work-from-anywhere culture.
Translate Company's business strategies into forward-thinking and actionable talent and culture plans. Set near-term priorities to support the business, while simultaneously developing long-term talent and culture initiatives to enable the sustained growth of the business.
Design, staff and lead a forward-thinking, business-oriented talent and culture organization.
Build strong partnerships and alignment with peers and foster collaborative relationships among various stakeholders to achieve organizational results.
Display willingness to challenge legacy practices, influence change and collaborate cross-functionally to drive continuous process and improvements.
Create and implement talent acquisition programs with innovative sourcing strategies and techniques to ensure a pipeline of qualified candidates and create an internal bench of top talent.
Develop and implement competitive compensation, benefits, workforce development and incentive programs for workforce retention, promotion and succession planning in a manner consistent with financial objectives.
Ensure that organization-wide talent and performance management programs are focused and aligned on improving operational and program efficiencies and effectiveness.
Lead the development, communication and implementation of workforce related policies covering equal employment, anti-harassment, workplace conduct and similar areas.
Maintain knowledge of and lead organizational compliance with laws, regulations and best practices in employment, human resources and talent management.
Lead and guide the talent and culture organization in effectively resolving compensation, benefits, employee relations, disputes and other workforce matters.
Manage organizational budget and investment decisions and drive organizational efficiencies.
Oversee all talent and culture processes, workflows and programs with defined metrics, processes, roles and responsibilities, and KPIs to assess success and competitiveness of programs.
Leverage HRIS and innovative technologies to optimize processes and develop data insights on the organization’s talent pool and workforce to drive deliberate action plans to support organizational initiatives
Handle discipline and termination of employees timely and effectively.
15+ years of experience with breadth and depth across the human resources function
Small and large-scale company experience
Relevant industry exposure
Proven track record of building programs and systems for scalable growth
Bachelors’ degree in human resources or related field required, with current SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP certification strongly preferred.
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