$200K — $250K *
Position Title: Senior HR Business Partner
What We Need:
Cetera Financial Group is seeking a Sr. Human Resources Business Partner to collaborate within our broader Human Resources team, working in support of 200-400 Cetera employees across multiple functional and commercial areas primarily operating from CFG’s Southern California locations, as well as other locations nationally. The successful candidate will provide day-to-day strategic and operational human resources support, and counsel to the leadership of key business units across many or most of the following HR functional areas: talent management, compensation, benefits, training, employee relations, employee communications, and talent acquisition. Additionally, this HR Leader will have Enterprise-level program design and management responsibility and need to possess specialized expertise in the areas of Employee Relations, policies, and HR Compliance. Finally, the individual selected for this role will be able to lead other unique Enterprise-level projects and initiatives as may be required, for example, supporting acquisition activity or remote work change management efforts.
As a member of the Human Resources Leadership Team, the Sr. Human Resources Business Partner ensures consistent application of policies and procedures, serving as a liaison and voice of the internal departments/divisions and/or outside organizations. They partner closely with business leaders and employees to provide one point of contact, working with managers and employees on a variety of HR needs.
Ideal candidates will have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to expeditiously build relationships, have substantial practical knowledge of HR principles, be driven to be part of a best-in-class HR department, and be comfortable with working on a variety of different HR topics at any given time with competing priorities.
What you will do:
Consult with the business’s leadership and management to facilitate all activities related to the people management strategy. In partnership with legal, use surveys and data to conduct research regarding human resource policies/procedures, compensation, and other employment issues. After analyzing information, make recommendations on changes and implement.
Leverage internal HR partners including Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Internal Communications, HR Systems and Analytics, and Total Rewards on various projects, looping in the appropriate partners for a given situation.
Partner with Talent Acquisition and hiring managers to assist in recruiting top talent, making hiring decisions, and crafting employment offers based on market compensation data, ensuring appropriate offers are extended to selected candidates.
Execute and support integrated talent management programs that directly tie to the business strategy and build alignment with departments and business leaders.
Provide coaching and assistance on setting objectives, providing written and verbal feedback, and conducting mid-year and annual performance reviews.
Support managers with team building, talent development, workflow distribution, and employee relations issues
Provide coaching to managers to enhance leadership abilities, relationships among teams/individuals, interpersonal communications, and performance management.
Provide feedback to training team on business needs, HR training modules, and programs, roll out strategies and priorities.
Support the end of year performance management and compensation cycle.
Assist with defining new roles, updating job descriptions, and ensuring roles are aligned with business and market strategy.
Attend manager/leader meetings of business groups.
Ensure the consistent application of HR policies, processes, and systems within the groups he/she supports.
Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
What you need to have:
Bachelor's degree, preferably in Human Resources, Business Admin, or related field.
10 or more years’ experience within Human Resources.
Our best performers share the following traits/capabilities:
Resourceful and self-sufficient.
Proficiency within Microsoft Office suites (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
Ability to work with confidential information and maintain confidentiality at all times.
An approachable and charismatic personality with the ability to connect with people and build strong relationships across all levels of the organization.
A great communicator with the ability to rally support for critical HR initiatives and to build the relationships necessary for success.
A comfort with putting tough issues on the table and holding others accountable.
A flexible approach that is willing to compromise for team success as needed.
Genuine interest in challenges that have a direct and important effect on business programs and results.
Ability to adapt to a wide variety of situations and personalities.
Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills in the English language.
Really catch our eye with:
Master’s degree in HR or relative field.
About Cetera Financial Group
Cetera Financial Group® ("Cetera") is a leading network of independent retail broker-dealers empowering the delivery of objective financial advice to individuals, families and company retirement plans across the country through trusted financial advisors and financial institutions. Cetera is the second-largest independent financial advisor network in the nation by number of advisors, as well as a leading provider of retail services to the investment programs of banks and credit unions.
Valid through: 2/21/2021