Senior Culture & People Experience Business Partner
Ensono is looking for a Senior Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) to join our Culture and People Experience Team (CPE) and serve as a trusted partner, strategic consultant and advisor to business leaders and their respective teams within our Client Engagement Organization. The Senior HRBP will work with leaders to enable and accelerate organization objectives and performance through forward-thinking organizational development and talent management strategies with focus to drive associate engagement and business results. This position will partner closely with CPE team colleagues across the global organization to deliver and execute CPE strategies and initiatives, also serving as a conduit and voice of the business to the CPE Team and leveraging depth of business knowledge to inform CPE team initiatives.
The successful candidate is an innovative HR and talent strategist with experience as the HRBP for dynamic, complex organizations. You have a reputation for developing and implementing talent strategies that transform leaders and teams and are willing to roll up your sleeves to implement HR processes.
What you can look forward to doing:
Workforce Planning – proactively manage the movement and development of talent in alignment with staffing needs. Work with leaders to assess organizational structures on a regular basis, assessing talent, skill and knowledge gaps to drive immediate and future hiring needs.
Talent Development – drive all talent management activities, including effective goal setting, development planning, semi-annual performance reviews and succession planning. Support continued feedback and coaching throughout the year.
Building Organization Capability – partnering with leaders to maximize ways to build our talent capability at all levels, working across the organization to maximize training and development, career experiences, mentoring and rotations.
Work with leaders to manage and resolve performance issues proactively to minimize risk.
Act as a change management consultant, planning and implementing effective change management strategies, communications, and training in support of major team or organizational changes.
Provide counsel on applicable employment laws (ADA, FMLA, FLSA, etc.).
Leverage people data and analytics to proactively provide insights to leaders that inform decision making and enable change.
What we are looking for in you:
Minimum of 7 years’ experience partnering with business leaders for workforce planning and resolving complex associate relations issues. Prior experience supporting a sales team preferred.
Collaboration skills – record of partnering at all levels in an organization to drive priorities and results
Communication skills – must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and have proven ability to modify communication style & approach based on audience.
Strategic thinking – proven ability to influence & align strategy around talent capabilities and behaviors
A demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all people and talent related strategies and processes
Business Acumen – ability to understand business metrics and financials and translate business needs into talent solutions and outcomes
Critical thinking skills – able to provide strategic advice, develop options, analyze risks, exhibit sound judgement and decision-making abilities
Demonstrated success in leading change efforts in a matrix environment
Ability to make rapid decisions and pivot quickly, demonstrating flexibility in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment
Strategic HR advisor with a breadth and depth of knowledge in the areas of organizational development, talent management, engagement, learning/development, total rewards, etc.
Strong organization, analytical, and project management skills
Bachelor's degree required; degree in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, Psychology, Business, Organization Effectiveness, or related field preferred
HR certification is a plus; PHR, SPHR, and/or GPHR