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Manager of Talent Programs
Robert Half • San Ramon, CA
Posted 19 days ago
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Robert Half is seeking a versatile talent leader to oversee the team who design and deploy employee experience programs at Robert Half. This strategic role drives and implements global solutions that grow our talent, builds an engaging environment and increases organizational performance. Relationship building is a critical component of this position, as you’ll be partnering with key stakeholders across the business to streamline processes and establish collaboration agreements. You’ll provide guidance to team members on program management methodology, as well as change management strategies. This position requires a passion for growing and developing talent, aligning resources to support complex projects, and strategic planning to meet our talent management goals.
If you develop and maintain key relationships quickly, are an active listener, excellent communicator, and you’re curious, collaborative, empathetic, resourceful, agile and a team player, we would love for you to join our team!
Specific responsibilities include:
Strategic planning for global talent management programs that foster and promote a positive employee experience.
Coach, mentor and develop team of talented HR program management professionals.
Provide guidance and recommendations on program design, project management, communications and change management strategies.
Resource management to ensure programs and projects are adequately staffed.
Oversee budget development and expense tracking for team’s programs.
Support program development and deployment by establishing service level agreements and collaboration processes with key stakeholders across the business. Create program/process documents to clarify teams’ collaborative roles and responsibilities.
Resolve HR program escalations with sound judgement and analytical thinking.
Identify and mitigate potential risks to current and future programs by collaborating with global stakeholders. Include partners in program discussions when appropriate.
- Continually review existing talent management programs to identify gaps and work with team members to develop solutions.
- Directly and in conjunction with others, create presentations to communicate program updates and strategic plans.
- Oversee external vendor relationships, acting as the escalation POC between RH/Protiviti and vendor.
BA/BS degree in business or HR related area preferred.
Human Resources, Human Capital Management, project/program management training or certification preferred.
7+ years’ experience in a large public corporate environment with 5+ years’ managing and executing enterprise HR projects/programs. 3+ years managing a team of HR professionals.
Proven experience developing and rolling out new programs based on talent management trend research and recommendations.
Proven experience leading completion of project deliverables across cross-functional teams, successfully meeting deadlines.
Results oriented; demonstrated strong prioritization leading a team to ensure right people are working on the right things; inspired and motivated a team to reach potential; collaborative, tactful and respectful of others.
Strong verbal and written communication skills; able to present and clearly communicate complex data, findings and recommendations to non-experts.
Passion for process improvement and the employee experience.
Highly proficient in Office 365; demonstrated experience working in/with: a HRMS system—preferably with Workday, troubleshooting systems with multiple integration points, & system implementations.
Robert Half is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/Disability/Veteran.
All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States.