The Vice President of Talent Management has primary responsibility for the on-going development, management, governance and effective delivery of BECU’s talent strategies. Directs the management of BECU’s enterprise learning and development, knowledge management and information governance practices, talent acquisition and retention programs, leadership development, performance management, diversity and inclusion (BILD), engagement initiatives and related internal communication.
- Perform all responsibilities in accordance with BECU Competencies, compliance, regulatory and Information Protection requirements.
- Oversee enterprise strategies and program execution of employee talent development, knowledge management, recruiting, and employer brand programs, ensuring programs support achieving business strategic objectives for the organization.
- Develop and implement enterprise performance management strategies in alignment with established business goals and objectives that develops long-term performance.
- Partner with leadership and stakeholders to ensure Talent Management team provides requisite levels of support to achieve their strategic talent objectives.
- Lead and provide insightful and actionable employee engagement analysis and reporting, including key trends, metrics and sentiment analysis across platforms to inform business performance and employer brand aligned to cultivating a compelling employee culture and values.
- Lead with and leverage talent models, assessment, metrics and tools to create a common language, approach, and evaluation of current and future organizational needs specific to talent planning, performance and leadership development.
- Direct the development and maintenance of information as a strategic asset to support BECU objectives and supporting employee performance as an on-demand resource and compliance with Information Governance.
- Oversee organizational development and change management, supporting and facilitating strategies and solutions that drive sustainable change, and build leader/organizational capability.
- Oversee the employee development and internal mobility strategy for aggressively meeting the long term talent needs across the enterprise.
- Develop reliable feedback mechanisms that will generate the information needed to continually improve the quality of service provided by Talent Management.
- Bachelor’s degree in business administration, communications, human resource management or related field or equivalent work or educational experiencerequired. Advance degreepreferred.
- Minimum 10 years of direct or indirect human resource functional related experiencerequired.
- Minimum 7 years of experience in a mid to senior level management or leadership role required.
- Excellence in leading people in project management and ability to proactively embrace and lead change.
- Strength in ‘soft’ skills, including executive presence, leader of people, presentation skills, relationship building, negotiation and conflict resolution.
- Ability to communicate directly and diplomatically with all levels of employees.
- Ability to apply analytical skills beyond the traditional functions of Talent Management and bring them to bear on a broad range of Human Resources and business related issues.
- Strong ability to listen, interpret, influence, negotiate, inspire and challenge at all levels of the organization.
- Excellent consulting and facilitation skills.
- Expert written and verbal skills to effectively communicate in the English language.
- Full time hours required, with additional hours as necessary.
- Moderate travel by car and/or trips at some out-of-area locations.
- Expert PC skills with the ability to learn new software and programs.