The role will build & nurture proactive relationships with Region Talent Leaders and their teams ensuring Area Talent strategy and priorities are executed effectively.
Reporting to the Area Talent Leader, work as trusted partner and strategic Talent advisor to an Area business leaders and Region business leaders (where required).
Your Key Responsibilities
Understand and influence business strategy and drive the Talent / people agenda
Interact with senior business leaders and provide advice on all talent matters that contribute to achievement of Area strategy and objectives
Identify and assess business needs, and communicate business issues and opportunities to the appropriate Service line& / or Talent functions and ensure needs are addressed by new services or changes to Talent services / solutions
Work with the Area Talent leader to connect Area relationship leads in each SL & / or Function to the Area agenda
Respond to complex and urgent Talent queries from Area stakeholders, leverage experience across Talent ecosystem to provide guidance and address Talent matters.
Where required, prepare presentations and reports as requested by business leadership to support strategic priorities
Where required, lead the Talent workstream of x-SL or x-functional business-led projects (i.e. M&A, organization re-structuring).
Act as key Talent advisor ensuring that business changes consider and address Talent priorities and optimise the engagement of EY people
Champion the Talent change roadmap in an Area / Regions and provide input to ensure the effective design and implementation of changes to Talent services in an Area
As directed by the Area Talent Leader, work to manage effective relationships and communications with Region Talent leaders and teams.
Lead or participate in networks to : communicate Area business and Talent strategy, share best practices and to collaborate to resolve problems that will enhance Region Talent delivery
Where required, handle complex employee relation matters, consulting with the key stakeholders to resolve issues
Ability to interact with and provide credible advice to senior business leaders. Capable of working independently to advise business leaders on Talent matters
Understand business strategy and performance trends and consider implications for Talent / workforce. Work with the Area Talent leader to help determine Area priorities
Leverage internal workforce data and models to consider strategic workforce planning issues globally. Ensure data and analytics can be presented effectively to leadership
Analyse the Talent implications of complex business changes and ensure Talent requirements are managed effectively
Analyse business issues / opportunities as they relate to Talent / workforce. Assess root causes and propose solutions. Partner with Talent functions to ensure the development of business cases to raise requests for investment and project resources to enable change
Skills And Attributes For Success
To qualify for the role, you must have
Business and commercial acumen ability to understand business imperatives and consider the implications for Talent
Significant relationship management skills ability to work with, challenge and advise a business partner
Consulting skills - ability to understand business challenges, assess issues / opportunities and propose solutions
Project / Change sound knowledge of project management and change management methods and application
Strong cultural awareness - ability work in globally dispersed teams and with networks across diverse geographies and apply a global mindset to working effectively with others
Talent management services, associated processes and best practices, including employee relations
Teaming skills - partner effectively across talent ecosystem and wider EY firm
Communication skills ability to convey complex issues succinctly and clearly in a timely way
Organizational skills - the ability to set priorities, operate within budget and effective time frames
Cope with ambiguity - to drive change and performance outcomes in a complex and agile environment
Diversity & Inclusion - demonstrate inclusive leadership skills in the broadest context
Ideally, you’ll also have
Bachelor’s degree in related field and or experience.
As required, work with business and Talent colleagues to ensure the stakeholder group receives effective, data-driven advice.
Leverage colleagues as required to ensure work is managed effectively
Where required, lead the Talent workstream of business change initiatives, helping ensuring Talent deliver the required outcomes effectively
Where required, work as an SMR for the Area and contribute to the design, development and deployment of Talent change projects and solutions
Manage networks to enable the Area Talent leader to communicate effectively with Region Talent consultants
Effectively work across the talent eco-system and wider firm to enable execution of Area talent priorities
Independently maintain and leverage (when appropriate) an internal network, including effective partnerships with senior stakeholders, across EY practices / departments that will enable personal effectiveness in the position
Due to global nature of the role; travel and willingness to work alternative hours will be required
English language skills - excellent written and verbal communication will be required
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