The Global Talent Development Manager is responsible for providing leadership and support for the ongoing career and personal development of our global employee base. We seek a strong leader who is comfortable, compatible, and influential with all employees, from entry through the executive levels of our Company. In addition to strategic leadership, this role will also be expected to roll up his/her sleeves and work on tactical challenges, on-boarding, training, expatriation, and other duties as assigned. This individual must be an advocate for and teacher of our Company culture and values. A positive attitude and passion for excellence, service, and safety are essential.
Sr. VP, Global Human Resources
Duties and Responsibilities:
Build and implement a talent development strategy for multiple business units, anticipating trends and complex challenges and opportunities.
Identify the capabilities needed to meet the current and emerging business needs for the Company. Evaluate current capabilities, identify gaps, and prioritize recruiting and development activities.
Manages the succession planning strategies and processes for AVXs key positions worldwide; coordinate subcommittees; assess, design, and implement internal programs to grow leadership talent and improve the organization’s succession and bench strength.
Provide global ownership of the annual Talent Management Cycle and drive continuous improvement in the integrity of the data through managers holding meaningful discussions with employees and robust consensus meetings; drive adoption of talent planning processes that lead to tangible results in leadership and high potential employee development, targeted sourcing and talent acquisition.
Develop, Lead and direct effective talent growth strategies, professional development programs, and learning processes that build the talent pipeline for leadership and other critical roles needed by the business.
Provides tools for employees to meet both their career goals and the organization's goals and provides frameworks and facilitations that enables others to do so as well.
Lead development and execution of the organization’s diversity and inclusion strategies, work culture assessment and improvement action planning processes, and organizational effectiveness processes to build and maintain an organizational culture that attracts and retains talent and enables the business to meet its objectives.
Serve as a liaison to the talent acquisition process, partnering closely with the talent acquisition team to develop and support comprehensive recruiting and retention plans to meet the current and future talent needs of the business to fill the talent pipeline.
Ensure compliance with legal requirements as well as company guidelines, ethical and social principles
Bachelor's degree in HR Management plus 15 years of HR experience with a blend of experience across HR business partner and talent roles.
HR experience in a global, fast paced, innovative and technical Manufacturing environment
PHR, SPHR, GPHR or SHRM-CP credentials highly desirable
Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills
Excellent time management skills, working across multiple time zones
A proven track record of creating vison/strategy and translating into operational execution in Human Resource/Talent roles.
Strong interpersonal, leadership and communication skills at all levels in the organization.
Systems thinker, where understand all the connections and integration points through the entire talent management lifecycle.
Understanding of human resources compliance, legal, and regulatory issues
Proficient computer skills including office products and HRIS/HRM systems
Ability to work evenings, weekends, and holidays to support business objectives
Ability to deliver results, providing day-to-day support in a dynamic environment - role is both strategic and hands on.
Demonstrated success building organization structure, culture and engagement.
Ability to pull from a variety of backgrounds including working knowledge of multiple HR disciplines, including: