Talent Management Specialist Job Description

Talent Management Specialist Job Description

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Talent management specialist provides structure for aligning talent management programs and processes, e.g., in-business succession planning and talent management discussions.

Talent Management Specialist Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Responsible for all aspects of training administration to ensure that our New Employee Orientation (NEO) program runs successfully
Provides day-to-day support to the regional team including maintaining NEO supplies, data processing and budget adherence
Accountable for overarching work plan, reporting, issue management and communications plans
Partner with Communications to define and deliver a robust communication plan in support of project deliverables
Partner with team members to determine how to measure the value and impact of activities
Perform analysis using feedback from a variety of sources
Ownership and maintenance of certain HR processes as needed
Develop and deliver senior management reporting
Responsible for the implementation and delivery of employee development programs and talent management processes to all employees up to our senior leaders
Monitor metrics to measure impact of development activities other metrics that will measure the effectiveness of the function to the business

Talent Management Specialist Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Talent Management Specialist

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: PHR, HPS, SPHR, HR, PMP, CCP, PCC, ACC, CPTD, APTP

Education for Talent Management Specialist

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the talent management specialist job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Human Resources, Business, Education, Psychology, Business/Administration, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Management, Business/Management, Human Resources Management, MBA

Skills for Talent Management Specialist

Desired skills for talent management specialist include:

Succession planning
Various selection approaches
Coaching and Mentoring techniques
Competency Models
Core Talent Management programs/processes
Development Planning Processes
Employee & client needs
Excel
Methods
Promotions

Desired experience for talent management specialist includes:

Corporate training/facilitation certification - highly preferred
Strong PC Skills specifically including email and PowerPoint, moderately complex spreadsheets, graphics applications, and project planning
Manages the daily operation of SuccessFactors such as help desk support, Role Base Permission (RBP) maintenance, working with user accounts, and loading files
Maintains internal database files and tables and works with the Senior Analyst in developing custom reports to meet the requirements of the organization
Troubleshoot and resolves technical and functional issues
Assist with development, maintenance and testing of interfaces to other systems

Talent Management Specialist Examples

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Talent Management Specialist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of talent management specialist. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for talent management specialist
  • Coordinate and support the development of employee engagement initiatives and strategies
  • Maintains inventory of preferred solutions used for Talent Management, such as 360, executive assessments, coaches
  • Plans and oversees comprehensive internship program for the firm
  • Manages campus relations and acts as key liaison with primary accounting faculty and administrators via recruiting-related activities within College Ambassador Program
  • Represents firm at campus events including career fairs, instructional/mock interviewing, banquets, and accounting organizations
  • Responsible for inventory of firm recruiting collateral and promotional items, and assists with the review and updating of same to remain current with firm initiatives and data.\
  • Responsible for firm wide recruiting budget inclusive of monthly oversight of current expenditures and recommendations for future recruiting expenditures
  • Extensive regional travel to campuses required throughout the year with a high level of travel necessary in the Spring/Fall timeframe
  • Develops and carries out staffing strategies to suit the needs of the firm to include temporary, contract, full-time, part-time, exempt and non-exempt hiring
  • Effectively tracks and reports on hiring process
Qualifications for talent management specialist
  • Use your insight into the company to accurately report to management about employee performance
  • Maintain the a close watch on the budget vs
  • Be the front line when working with outside vendors, for delivery purposes
  • Strong background in Human Resources with proven experience in talent development and management
  • Able to design and implement new HR initiatives
  • Experience working in a fast paced consistently evolving atmosphere
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Talent Management Specialist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for a talent management specialist. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for talent management specialist
  • Responsible for sourcing of candidates utilizing proactive recruiting initiatives and processes to leverage networking and employee candidate referrals inclusive of candidate identification, interviewing, and final selection recommendations
  • Provides regular (weekly or other determined timing) updates to HR Senior Director/Manager, Talent Management/Team Leaders on team-related experienced hire candidate sourcing
  • Active utilization of all recruiting tools for identification of candidates inclusive of personal networking, technology-based sourcing social media options
  • Primary liaison between candidates and firm beginning with original sourcing through to the on-boarding process
  • May assist with the preparation/delivery of Human Resource-related training for New Hire Orientation purposes at the direction of the Senior Director, Human Resource and the Manager, Talent Management
  • Become an expert on the system/s supporting Talent Management
  • Provide data/information to the Talent Acquisition/Management Process Lead and Talent Management CoE as needed to address problems, solve questions or analyze efficiency or effectiveness
  • Perform tasks in support of Talent Management in accordance with standard operating procedures
  • Partner with Talent Management CoE to update portal content and system required settings
  • Scheduling, coordinating logistics, and delivering Talent Management non-technical classroom, virtual or blended learning programs for employees at all levels within the organization
Qualifications for talent management specialist
  • Utilize your past HR experience to design and deliver new talent management and training initiatives to better support the Business Partners
  • Be creative and construct training materials for your team's programs
  • High potential and desire to work in-house learning & development
  • Worked on an HR team at a large foreign firm in Japan
  • A History proposing new ideas to and negotiating with senior stakeholders
  • Experience working independently and collaboratively and across a highly-matrixed organization
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Talent Management Specialist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of talent management specialist. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for talent management specialist
  • Coordinate the annual Talent Review process including talent assessment, succession planning and development plan execution
  • Preparing for training by reviewing materials and participant needs and ensuring programs are incorporated into LMS
  • Working with Human Resource Business Partners to successfully develop and deliver programs aligned with the business needs and the overall Talent Management strategy
  • Participating in the design and development of basic audio-visual and eLearning training, job aids and system tools, as needed
  • Establishing credibility by demonstrating familiarity with course content, organizational structure and business value chain
  • Creating a positive learning climate in which participants feel safe to try new skills
  • Monitoring participants’ needs and learning preferences to ensure that the learning solutions meet course objectives and makes adjustments based on feedback
  • Measuring course impacts
  • Delivering feedback in a constructive manner that encourages self-discovery and continued learning
  • Ensuring learning outcomes by checking for understanding and skill acquisition
Qualifications for talent management specialist
  • Assist in creation and maintenance of process and procedures documentation and functional specifications related to production requirements
  • Master’s Degree in HR/public administration or related field
  • At least 7 years of experience in public sector organizational learning, development and coaching programs
  • Knowledge and experience in implementing graduate recruitment/internship programs in the public sector
  • Experience working in a post conflict environment
  • Minimum of 5-7 years of experience in an talent management, HR generalist or related talent role in a corporate environment
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Talent Management Specialist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking to fill the role of talent management specialist. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for talent management specialist
  • Partner with HR Systems, HR and business teams on the development of talent management tools for end users reports/data to monitor the health and effectiveness of talent management and talent acquisition processes
  • Execute job responsibilities with scope of talent management programs and processes, including but not limited to onboarding/orientation, performance management, talent review and succession management, employee experience surveys, tuition assistance
  • Develop and implement processes, programs and systems in support of talent management initiatives
  • Administer talent management programs and systems according to defined processes and/or policies
  • Partner closely with HR Business Partners to plan & deliver targeted marketing and communication of T&OC programs
  • Facilitate T&OC programs and events (such as Respect Effect training and ADP Assessment Center)
  • Provide program management and deployment support for non-training T&OC programs (ADP events, Talent Review sessions, OD interventions)
  • Conduct advanced reporting and determine insights for strategic decision-making
  • Research and apply for European government subsidies for training (EU wide)
  • Continuously improve T&OC EMEA standard work (process efficiency)
Qualifications for talent management specialist
  • 1 - 3 years training administration/coordination experience - preferred
  • Exhibit the ability to proactively work independently within team environment
  • Flexibility to work/travel outside of normal business hours to accommodate the responsibilities related to campus recruiting activities, some of these activities will require lengthy regional travel and hours extending late into the evening based on the timeframes of events
  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication and follow-up skills
  • Strong attention to detail when completing work
  • Experience with creative design of materials, presentations
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Talent Management Specialist Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for a talent management specialist. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for talent management specialist
  • Create Annual Performance Review Forms in Workday and launch to eligible associates
  • Coordinate the deployment of these programs including managing class schedules, confirming attendees, sending out and aggregating course feedback, overseeing timelines, communications, and documentation, etc
  • Provide consulting support and assistance to internal business leaders and HR partners in the areas of performance management, performance solutions, talent development, leadership development and related HR best practices to help managers improve their group's performance – support with training offerings/learning sessions as required
  • Partner with HR business partners to respond to questions accordingly in other areas of expertise
  • Identify and manage to key success metrics for these programs – plus ensure onward two-way communication of all relevant metrics to HR business partners
  • Manage and oversee the Learning Management System (LMS)
  • US Summer intern program management, coordination and support (campus relations, onboarding, programs, development, evaluation, reporting and measurement)
  • Process and reporting ownership (pre-employment checks, weekly requisition reporting, applicant tracking system maintenance, surveys, vendor invoicing)
  • Facilitate organizational improvement and feedback processes including implementation of, and monitoring of the Performance Management
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of training programs and provide recommendations for process improvements
Qualifications for talent management specialist
  • Take calculated risk
  • Must be comfortable presenting ideas to Sr
  • Bachelors Degree, preferably in HR, Education, Human Capital associated field
  • Demonstrated ability to present effective and engaging trainings
  • Credibility to deliver training and development material to our organization
  • Demonstrated experience in organizational development / talent management preferred

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