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Analyst Talent Strategy

Position Overview: General Description The Analyst, Talent Strategy administers and executes key Talent Management initiatives including, but not limited to, associate engagement survey, learning and development, talent review and performance management. This position plays a critical role in influencing and supporting the talent activities that make up the talent lifecycle.    Performance requirements Associate Engagement Own project management and execution of company-wide engagement survey tool, including survey design and reporting capabilities associated with survey results Work with internal partners to develop and execute communications and training plans Analyze results and determine overarching areas of opportunity for the business. Provide HR partners and leaders with the education, tools and resources needed to effectively impact engagement and follow-through on survey results. Support the development of future engagement program strategy, including identifying gaps and opportunities for next survey tool design Review best practices in engagement program design and measurement. Support development of engagement action resources and toolkits for managers to support immediate action planning based on survey results.   Talent Review and Performance Management Support execution of yearly talent review process, including program design, training, communication and tools. Analyze results and determine overarching development areas. Provide HR partners and leaders with the education, tools and resources needed to effectively execute talent review and performance management. Support the development of future talent review programs, including identifying gaps and opportunities. Process improve, document and roll out Workday processes and reporting. Support the execution of the performance management process by providing timelines, tools, communication and support to HR Business partners as they execute the yearly performance management process, individual development planning, succession planning Use analytics to tell the story of our talent programs' successes / misses Work Experience and education requirements Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and work experience. 5+ years of experience working in Organizational Development, Talent Management, Human Resources, or related field. Demonstrated understanding of Talent Management practices and programs. Experience with HR information systems. Workday experience a plus. Proficient and skilled in using MS Office, especially Excel Excellent verbal and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. Ability to meet deadlines and take initiative in the development and completion of all projects. Highly organized with proven ability to manage competing priorities, multi-task, take ownership of problems and resolve conflicts. Ability to build collaborative relationships in a highly matrixed environment. Strong analytical skills and experience creating presentations and reports. Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality. Experience with vendor management and/or providing direct oversight of contract workers. Strong analytical skills and understanding of how to use data to inform program design. Ability to balance a fast-paced environment with multiple priorities and competing demands. Self-directed and willing to take informed risks. R-42833
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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