The Director of Talent Management will report directly to the CHRO. The Director of Talent Management acts as part of the HR Senior Leadership team and works with business leaders to develop and define business directives in talent management. This role manages and coordinates organization-wide efforts to ensure that performance management (PM) and quality improvement (QI) programs within talent management are developed and managed using a data-driven focus that sets priorities for improvements aligned to ongoing strategic imperatives. This position will also conduct full life cycle recruitment of talent in sourcing the best talent for NCH, as well as maintaining effective programs for retention, promotion and succession planning. The role will oversee the Talent Acquisition Team and HR Business Partner's positions who serve as consultants to management on human resources issues. This role will act as an employee champion and change agent, assessing, anticipating and identifying human resources related needs, ensuring that needs are proactively responded to within the Talent Team, as well as system management and managing partnerships across the HR function to deliver value added service to management and employees that reflect the objectives of the organization with the HRBP's. The role is required to maintain an effective level of literacy about the system units, financial position, its mid-range plans, its culture and its competition. It is responsible for enhancing business performance through a focus on organization design, team effectiveness, collaboration, as well as oversees talent engagement strategies such as annual reviews, performance management, and succession planning. This role is also responsible for educating management and staff on different cultures and provides an effective working environment for people of different backgrounds.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
Minimum of Bachelor's Degree required;
Minimum of 8 years of experience in the resolution of complex employee relation issues and Human Resource Talent Acquisition;
Working knowledge of human resources disciplines including compensation practices, organizational diagnosis and union relations, diversity, performance management, federal and state respective employment laws.