Talent Management Program Specialist - Americas

Job Description

Organization: Human Resources
Business Unit: Human Resources
Requisition Number: 248330
Primary Location: United States-New Jersey-Iselin
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 15%

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 the Talent Management Program Specialist in the Americas PL you will responsible for supporting the implementation of strategic initiatives, managing small-to mid-sized projects or streams of existing projects, and ensuring a higher level of performance of the PL function.  You will partner with colleagues across the HR value chain across Siemens, supporting the translation of US business requirements into  People & Leadership outcomes in alignment with PL principles and portfolio. A successful candidate is one who is curious, inclusive and committed.

In Detail, as the Americas PL Program Specialist you will:
In concert with the Head of People & Leadership, Americas and AM PL Program Manager, support the local talent strategy of the various business in the Americas, in alignment with local requirements and global PL strategy.
Execute on projects to drive the implementation of the ongoing PL programs to create a positive impact to the organization. This includes program management, content development, and implementation support of various aspects of the AM PL initiatives.

Support the maintenance and update of key talent pipeline information including  succession plans, talent discussion outcomes.
Research external market and best practices to determine its implications on the business and talent strategy and work with AM PL Program Manager to recommend, design, and manage innovations to support ongoing PL evolution.
Supports the management of strategic programs such as talent summits, potential development programs, and activities related to succession planning.
Apply facilitation skills to lead workshops, planning sessions and customer-facing interventions in support of the HR value chain as required.

Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
4 plus years of successful progressive experience in  Human Resources, Talent Management or Business Partner roles
Bachelor’s degree required
Possesses Project and program management skills to lead key HR initiatives
Proven ability to research and analyze information and recommend respective solutions
Ability to handle multiple projects or tasks while effectively prioritizing to meet deadlines in an ever changing fast-paced environment
Experience participating in strategic initiatives and working with highly confidential data
Excellent collaboration skills working in a highly matrix environment and utilizing agile working methods
Advanced skills in data analysis, working in close collaborations with various contributors
Demonstrated track record in supporting and advising HR professionals in mature, global organization
Travel – 10-15%


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