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Talent Acquisition Program Manager I – Campus Program Manager – Global Technology & Operations

Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

A Campus Talent Program Manager will be highly regarded with an excellent track record in his or her current environment. The successful candidate must be a strong, decisive, results-oriented leader who can develop and manage relationships with a wide variety of partners based on trust and teamwork. The Program Manager will be responsible for leading program processes across the Global Technology organization globally. The role is responsible for creating and managing the program design and driving program success in partnership with key LOB stakeholders while maintaining supporting relationships with the Program members.

Duties may include but are not limited to:

The Program Manager will partner with team members to:

  • Review and revise alignment of program strategy globally with line of business talent needs

  • Provide personal development/coaching to program participants

  • Facilitate assignment manager training and ongoing manager routines

  • Build and maintain consultative stakeholder relationships across GHR and the lines of business to keep them informed on program processes and engaged in decision points.

Manage, develop and support on-boarding and orientation processes with incoming participants including logistics, budget, and content.

  • Partner with learning to maintain an ongoing learning strategy, and assist with planning and facilitating learning events.

  • Partner with recruiting on strategy and process to attract the right talent.  Support recruiting events as needed.

  • Create and manage on-going communication routines and serve as the single point of contact for senior management and key stakeholders regarding metrics and outcomes

  • Partner with Comp team to set Compensation strategy for the Program.

Enterprise Role Overview

Individual Contributor supporting/managing a specialized program. Serves in a generalist and or L&LD capacity during full time Analyst/Associate program duration. Works with manager, HR executives and stakeholders in the business to execute on LOB early talent strategy and programs. Responsibilities: headcount, learning, compensation, ratings, performance mgmt, development, mobility, coaching, employee relations, knowledge of competitive landscape, etc.

Required Skills:

  • Must have 3 years previous program management experience in a large, fast paced, results-oriented organization with a demonstrated history of success

  • Have prior experiences in the following HR areas: Recruitment / HR Generalist / Leadership Development / Learning /

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experiences

  • Analytical and research skills - ability to communicate and analyze multi-dimensional data, draw conclusions, and evaluate business gaps & requirements

  • Strong presentation skills, ability to develop audience appropriate PowerPoint presentations for executive level and contributor level audiences

  • Demonstrated leadership, client engagement skills.

  • Must have the ability to dive through data and interrupt to provide recommendations

  • Ability to influence at multiple levels.

  • Relationship building.

  • Strong project management.

  • Superior verbal and written communication.

  • Prior performance coaching and talent planning experience

  • Enterprise-wide thinking

  • Ability to manage in a matrixed environment

  • Flexible; team player; self-starter; self-motivated

  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task

  • Shows initiative and ability to exercise independent judgment

  • Manages work routines that will require working outside normal business hours, i.e. program training, events

  • Travel 30% or greater in peak seasons

  • This position will be located in Charlotte, NC

Desired Skills

  • Strong business acumen (understanding of financial services / economic environment)    

  • Experience working Internationally

Job Band:

H5

Shift: 

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

0

Job Description:

A Campus Talent Program Manager will be highly regarded with an excellent track record in his or her current environment. The successful candidate must be a strong, decisive, results-oriented leader who can develop and manage relationships with a wide variety of partners based on trust and teamwork. The Program Manager will be responsible for leading program processes across the Global Technology organization globally. The role is responsible for creating and managing the program design and driving program success in partnership with key LOB stakeholders while maintaining supporting relationships with the Program members.

Duties may include but are not limited to:

The Program Manager will partner with team members to:

  • Review and revise alignment of program strategy globally with line of business talent needs

  • Provide personal development/coaching to program participants

  • Facilitate assignment manager training and ongoing manager routines

  • Build and maintain consultative stakeholder relationships across GHR and the lines of business to keep them informed on program processes and engaged in decision points.

Manage, develop and support on-boarding and orientation processes with incoming participants including logistics, budget, and content.

  • Partner with learning to maintain an ongoing learning strategy, and assist with planning and facilitating learning events.

  • Partner with recruiting on strategy and process to attract the right talent.  Support recruiting events as needed.

  • Create and manage on-going communication routines and serve as the single point of contact for senior management and key stakeholders regarding metrics and outcomes

  • Partner with Comp team to set Compensation strategy for the Program.

Enterprise Role Overview

Individual Contributor supporting/managing a specialized program. Serves in a generalist and or L&LD capacity during full time Analyst/Associate program duration. Works with manager, HR executives and stakeholders in the business to execute on LOB early talent strategy and programs. Responsibilities: headcount, learning, compensation, ratings, performance mgmt, development, mobility, coaching, employee relations, knowledge of competitive landscape, etc.

Required Skills:

  • Must have 3 years previous program management experience in a large, fast paced, results-oriented organization with a demonstrated history of success

  • Have prior experiences in the following HR areas: Recruitment / HR Generalist / Leadership Development / Learning /

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experiences

  • Analytical and research skills - ability to communicate and analyze multi-dimensional data, draw conclusions, and evaluate business gaps & requirements

  • Strong presentation skills, ability to develop audience appropriate PowerPoint presentations for executive level and contributor level audiences

  • Demonstrated leadership, client engagement skills.

  • Must have the ability to dive through data and interrupt to provide recommendations

  • Ability to influence at multiple levels.

  • Relationship building.

  • Strong project management.

  • Superior verbal and written communication.

  • Prior performance coaching and talent planning experience

  • Enterprise-wide thinking

  • Ability to manage in a matrixed environment

  • Flexible; team player; self-starter; self-motivated

  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task

  • Shows initiative and ability to exercise independent judgment

  • Manages work routines that will require working outside normal business hours, i.e. program training, events

  • Travel 30% or greater in peak seasons

  • This position will be located in Charlotte, NC

Desired Skills

  • Strong business acumen (understanding of financial services / economic environment)    

  • Experience working Internationally

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week: 

40

Learn more about this role

Full time

JR-21061426

Band: H5

Manages People: No

Travel: Yes, 15% of the time

Manager:

Talent Acquisition Contact:

Brett Stoner

Referral Bonus:

0

Street Address

Primary Location:
401 N TRYON ST, NC, Charlotte, 28255