Talent Management Partner - Permanent, Canary Wharf
This is a fast-paced strategic role, partnering with the business to identify talent and skills requirements, and create innovative solutions to embed frameworks that identify, assess, mobilise and deploy talent across the business to ensure we have the right people in the right roles, at the right time.
The key objective for the role is to deliver a workforce planning framework and strategy across our UK, Ireland and Hong Kong business – which includes talent acquisition, talent mapping and building talent pools, and succession planning – in order to attract, develop, engage and retain our employees to grow a sustainable workforce.
The Talent Management Partner will be responsible for partnering with the group businesses to analyse the current workforce and its capabilities to identify future workforce needs and current gaps. The role will advise senior stakeholders on workforce supply and demand, demographics, skills shortages, and labour market trends in line with the creation of workforce planning frameworks.
Other key responsibilities for this role will include:
- Talent acquisition of roles across UK corporate companies through proactive headhunting searches to attract the right talent into the business.
- Management of the PSL, including negotiating commercially sound proposals with our suppliers.
- Ensure overall recruitment compliance, including internal and external regulatory compliance from recruitment requisition through to right-to-work checks.
- Review recruitment collateral to promote strong talent attraction and work closely with Corporate Communications to devise our EVP and go-to-market talent attraction strategies.
- Review and evaluation of exit trends to identify patterns, and design solutions to support retention of top talent and feeding back into the business the areas for change.
- Review and benchmark the Company’s compensation and benefits offerings and make recommendations for change where appropriate.
- Assessing the impact of the economic and political landscape on our workforce and advising on plans to mitigate any impacts.
- Develop and implement an Early Careers Strategy centred on the attraction and retention of graduate, apprentice and career-change cohorts into business areas where we have, or envisage, future skills shortages.
- Develop and implement an internal knowledge share programme through a managed secondment programme that mobilises our talent and offers cross-skilling development to develop and retain our employees.
- Partner with the business to develop commercial awareness that drives the need for an agile workforce to anticipate change and drive strategic solutions to develop, engage and retain our top talent.
- Use data and insight to create recommendations for innovation and change while remaining commercially savvy – influence, challenge, and gain buy-in to decision making and evaluate solutions.
Skills, Experience & Qualifications
- Commercial awareness to anticipate change and drive strategic solutions.
- Significant experience working in fast-paced, agile and changing environment.
- Experience in driving innovative solutions.
- Demonstrable project and change management skills delivery multiple projects in parallel.
- Ability to translate business strategy and goals into optimal HR processes that are scalable, simple and adaptable to changing business needs.
- Able to influence senior leaders, change thinking, gain acceptance and drive change.
- Demonstrable experience in delivering workforce planning strategy and initiatives in a commercial environment with fluctuating workforces.
- Good understanding of HR practices, procedures and strong technical skills, particularly in relation to employment law and policy development.
- Strong problem-solving skills with a passion for dealing with open-ended, even ambiguous challenges.
- Highly organised, flexible team player with excellent prioritisation, strong follow-up skills and an eye for detail.
Ballymore operates as an equal opportunities employer