Talent Partner (US and Canada)

Job Description

Organization: Human Resources
Business Unit: Human Resources
Requisition Number: 248327
Primary Location: United States-Illinois-Buffalo Grove
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Senior level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 20%

Job Description:

In an increasingly unpredictable world, where disruption to traditional business models is the new normal, the quality, diversity and adaptability of our leaders are game changers.  In Siemens, we recognize that as business models change, so must our approaches to how we grow, develop and place our leaders now and in the future. Our sustainable and shared future depends upon it. Digitalization is disrupting many traditional HR habits and processes and traditional talent management practices are no longer fit for purpose.
In Human Resources- People and Leadership (PL), we are the heart of shaping and responding to these challenges for Siemens. Together with our global and regional leadership, managers and employees alike, we are re-inventing the way careers, performance management and leadership development are lived in Siemens. We are making real what matters now. 
As a Talent Partner in the US PL you will lead all our activities across the businesses you support and be a visible and bold advocate of our People and Leadership principles, portfolio and strategy. You are curious, inclusive and committed to in finding, accompanying and placing the future game changing leaders for Siemens in the Americas. You will be a trusted advisor and valued source of expertise for the HR Business Partner and Business teams for the US Operating Company you support.


In Detail, as the Talent Partner you will:
Support Sr. HR Business Partner in identification and validation of talents identified by Divisions, Regions, Corporate Units, Potential Development Programs, Entry Level Programs, and other channels to determine fit for the key talent pipelines.

Maintain key pipeline information and incorporate findings into strategic initiatives such as Regional/Country succession plans and talent discussions, to derive valuable recommendations.

Coach and guide talents in finding appropriate development measures and providing realistic career options within the various Siemens businesses, globally.

Partner with the AM PL Program manager to design strategic programs such as talent summits, potential development programs, and activities related to succession planning and lead the management of the initiative in the business.
In partnership with the HR Business Partner, you will enable the business to make better decisions about people with potential for bigger roles with broader scope.

Build connections and relationships with other Expert Teams to support the OneHR vision of collaboration and expertise.

Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience:
12-15 years in Talent Management, HR Business Partner, HR Consulting, or equivalent combination of education & experience 
BA/BS degree required, a Masters degree is a plus
Ability to leverage strong interpersonal skills in order to build relationships with talents/ people with potential, their leaders and Top Management Levels. Experience working with highly confidential data
Demonstrated experience in engaging and consulting employees on topics related to career development
Excellent collaboration skills working in a highly matrix environment
Experience in program management of complex talent development programs including a track record of implementing continuous improvements
Advanced skills in data analysis, working in close collaborations with various contributors, to articulate findings and recommend areas of focus
Demonstrated track record in supporting and advising HR professionals in a mature, global organization
Demonstrated ability to make independent decisions and manage conflicting priorities in a fast-paced environment 
Travel – 15-25%


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