Senior Manager, HR Business Partner
The Senior Manager, CWS (HR) Business Partner is an integral part of the Coworker Services (HR) organization as well as an indispensable resource to the business organization it supports. As a Business Partner Manager, you are seen as a credible business partner up and down the CDW organization. You are the face of Coworker Services to the organization as well as the Executive Leadership team. Business Leaders call on you to help think through their most difficult and strategic talent challenges. Managers seek out your advice on how to assess, motivate and reward their teams. CDW coworkers come to you as a trusted and neutral sounding board and coach.
In this role, you oversee and guide the implementation of strategic initiatives, corporate policy and practices at the business unit level with the responsibility of advising the Executive Committee Member. This role leads and directs a team of Business Partner Generalists to assist leadership in developing and implementing solutions to their talent challenges. Additionally, this role is involved in more complex issues through a systematic approach by gathering information, facilitating analysis and providing the support to business partners or CWS senior leadership.
You collaborate with CDW’s Talent Acquisition, Compensation, Organizational Capability, Benefits, HRIS and CWS Operations teams, bringing together the best team to deliver seamless service and holistic solutions to the business. This role’s success depends on the ability to build trusting and collaborative relationships with all areas of CWS and the business units it supports. The ability to influence leaders and act courageously when facing resistance to change is critical along with the ability to balance day-to-day tasks with executing a long-term roadmap for the business.
This role is also responsible for implementing corporate policy, practices and procedures at the business unit level. This role is seen as a trusted advisor and problem-solver and your team values your counsel and your ability to frame up issues and identify possible solutions on a variety of talent-related topics.
Key Areas of Responsibility
The information in this position description is intended to convey information about the key responsibilities and requirements of the position. It is not an exhaustive list of the skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the opportunity. Responsibilities are subject to change.
Job ID: 17001633