Drive and embed the talent management and development strategy of The Joint Commission enterprise, ensuring consistency within talent management processes and outcomes. The Senior Talent Management Consultant will be involved in executing various talent management, organizational effectiveness, and learning initiatives in support of The Joint Commission’s strategic HR and talent objectives. He or she will be responsible for supporting all talent management processes, including performance management; leadership development; succession planning; talent and high potential development; and employee engagement.
Bachelor’s degree in human resources, IO psychology, business, or equivalent combination of education, certification, and experience. Advanced degree preferred.
Seven to ten years of professional experience, with knowledge of HR best practices related to talent management.
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships at all levels of the organization.
Proven track record in supporting the design and delivery of new programs.
Ability to operate and influence at a strategic level, maintain composure and professionalism, and deliver results, despite organizational noise.
Strong analytical skills, using quantitative research methods.
Project management skills with the ability to handle and deliver multiple projects with aggressive implementation deadlines. Ability to effectively analyze and synthesize large amounts of complex data into relevant, concise business insights.
Business communication, presentation, and writing skills. Ability to communicate technical information and data to a non-technical audience in a logical, concise manner.