The Senior Human Resources Business Partner provides strategic and tactical HR consultation to optimize talent management, engagement and cultural initiatives to achieve successful business outcomes. This position provides guidance on people and organizational issues across a range of HR functions including employee relations, talent management, training and development and HR strategic initiatives. The Senior HRBP is critical in executing TPCi’s people programs, providing exceptional customer support and driving HR functional excellence and process improvements within client groups and across the organization.
What You’ll Do
- Provide strategic direction and input to department leaders and teams regarding people strategies that support the culture, company direction, and the growth needs of the business and people.
- Oversee the execution of talent management processes such as performance management, succession planning, onboarding, change management and organizational design and development.
- Champion transformational change across client groups and the organization to effectively prepare leaders to own and drive changes
- Partner with HR Centers of Excellence in designing and delivering innovative HR solutions in core areas of total rewards, talent management, HR operations, and talent acquisition.
- Provide thought leadership to increase diversity, equity and inclusion across client groups and champion DEI initiatives and programs.
- Facilitate learning and development programs and related training for client groups.
- Collaborate with Talent Management team to develop and implement innovative HR solutions that drive performance improvement and support short and long-term business objectives.
- Proactively anticipate challenges to the business and people by leveraging data and utilizing HR metrics in decision making and planning.
- Advise leaders with coaching, guidance, and policy interpretation to ensure legal compliance with fair and consistent management decisions. Lead prompt resolution of employee issues and investigations.
- Partner with Talent Acquisition, Finance and business leaders to drive human capital planning.
- Model company values, hold yourself and others accountable, and translate strategic objectives into actionable items that inspire others to behave and operate at their best.
What You’ll Bring
- Eight or more years’ experience as an HR business partner within a dynamic multi-national organization.
- Deep functional expertise in talent management, employee relations, organizational development, compensation, training and coaching.
- Demonstrated knowledge with technology, including Microsoft Office Suite, HRIS and ATS.
- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or a related field.
- HR certification a plus.
How You Will Be Successful
- Communication: You have impeccable written and verbal communication with an ability to easily convey messaging to diverse audiences.
- Collaborative and Inclusive: You are a team player with the ability to work collaboratively and comfortably with all employees who have diverse skills and experience and are in different geographies and levels within the organization. You build trust and collaborate with partners at all levels to deliver customer-centric solutions.
- Change agent and Innovator: You are comfortable with educating and influencing others through change and don’t shy away from challenging the status quo. You consider the needs of the client and culture to identify creative business solutions that work for all.
- Strategic acumen and leadership agility: You understand current state and can visualize the ideal state to be able to counsel, connect dots and influence leadership, business partners and employees to translate vision into action.
- Bias for Action: You have an eagerness to take initiative and persist in accomplishing objectives despite obstacles and setbacks. You work well under pressure and can pivot direction quickly to keep up with business demands, maintaining use of best practices in HR.
- Work Excellence: You are conscientious with the consistency and quality of deliverables, maintaining a high level of integrity with the confidential nature of your work.
- Professional Know-How: You understand procedural and technical aspects of your role. You demonstrate resourcefulness in acquiring additional professional expertise and keep up to date on resources available to enhance skills and meet the needs of all customers.
- Analytical and Logical: You’re quantitative and qualitative and able to distill and synthesize complex ideas into concise, meaningful information and tell the story through data. You’re adept at prioritization and project management with attentiveness to detail and consistent follow through.
- Growth mindset: You thrive in a dynamic and fluid environment because you are a self-starter who is eager to learn, grow and build something great together; you enjoy building and problem solving to find the best solutions.
- Global and Diverse perspective: You understand how ethnic, cultural, and political matters influence business and can integrate local and global information into decisions affecting multiple sites. You appreciate diversity of talent, thought, and representation and are a consistent advocate and voice for it.
What to Expect
We offer a professional, fun and creative work environment. While we maintain a good balance between work and life, additional hours may be required at peak times or for specific initiatives. Travel between office locations internationally may be required on occasion.
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