Tufts University's Human Resources office seeks a strong talent management, succession planning, and employee engagement subject matter expert for its new Senior Talent Management Specialist position. If you'd like to join a collaborative and dynamic HR team, we encourage you to apply!
In support of the University's mission to be a high quality educational and research institution, the Human Resources team partners with University communities to provide a broad array of programs and services.
Human Resources is committed to providing excellent service as a partner with management in the recruitment and retention of highly qualified diverse staff facilitating positive employee relations training to enhance employee skills, performance and job satisfaction. Human Resources creates and implements programs to increase organizational effectiveness as we design and deliver fair, competitive benefit and compensation programs.
Working together in a spirit of continuous improvement and collaboration, the Human Resources team contributes to a progressive and productive work environment that meets the challenges of a changing world.
What You'll Do
Under limited supervision, the Senior Talent Management Specialist applies subject matter expertise in providing a wide range of talent management services for a variety of clients including managers to non-exempt staff. Maintains and consults on talent management processes related to performance management, succession planning, employee engagement and leadership and employee training and development. Partners with HR Business Partners and leaders to plan, deploy, and evaluate talent management programs and initiatives, providing feedback and recommendations for continuous improvement. Leads assigned projects.
Identifies talent management needs for strategic and general projects by meeting with a variety of clients to consult concerning organizational development gaps and requirements, gathering research and analyzing any program evaluation feedback
Translates assessed client needs to develop new talent management programs that address findings, makes recommendations and implements changes to existing talent management programs
Designs, implements, and maintains talent management processes and programs related to performance management, employee retention, succession planning, coaching, and leadership development
Facilitates general and strategic training programs aimed at building management and staff competencies and skills. Conducts ad hoc learning sessions for specialized requests
Develops and oversees production of program materials, templates, or aids. Audits training materials, courses and documentation provided to employees to ensure alignment with business requirements
Reviews and evaluates programs, analyzing effectiveness and recommending changes for continuous improvement
Provides career and development consultation to employees
Leads assigned talent management projects. Serves as member on department project management teams
What We're Looking For
Knowledge and skills as typically acquired through a Bachelor's degree and 5-7 years of related experience
Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office applications including advanced Word and PowerPoint, intermediate Excel, experience using eLearning software
Experience designing, developing and facilitating management training programs
Strong attention to detail, organizational skills, project management skills
Minimum $76,900.00, Midpoint $96,150.00, Maximum $115,400.00
Salary is based on related experience, expertise, and internal equity; generally, new hires can expect pay between the minimum and midpoint of the range.
This is Tufts.
Tufts is a student-centered research university with a constellation of world-class schools encompassing undergraduate, graduate, professional, and lifelong learning programs. Across the university, students satisfy their intellectual curiosity, jump-start rewarding careers, and unlock bright, promising futures. Through rigorous academics, groundbreaking research, and a commitment to civic engagement and leadership, our community of students, faculty, and staff collaborate across four Massachusetts campuses to build a brighter world (Medford/Somerville, Grafton, Boston-Chinatown, and Boston-Fenway).
Our employees light the way.
Tufts develops innovative solutions for the most complex global challenges of our time through teaching, research, and an unparalleled investment in civic engagement. In administration and operations, in dining centers and in labs, every employee plays a role in our mission for a better, brighter world.
At Tufts, the work you do matters. So do you.
Enjoy flexible and remote opportunities, innovative benefits, and an inclusive, welcoming, collaborative culture that supports you. Develop your skills. Take classes. Advance your career. ...Do work that makes you proud in a community you love. All while taking great care of yourself and the people who matter most.
We’re all in on creating an anti-racist culture of belonging.
Across Tufts, we’ve deepened our commitment to making the university a truly inclusive place. Where every member of our community contributes and feels like they belong. Where diverse perspectives are seen as our strength, and great ideas are always heard. In offices, labs, classrooms, and beyond, we’re doing this work together, knowing it is the foundation of our mission to create a brighter world.
An innovative university needs resourceful people who make things happen.
Here, collaboration isn’t just a buzzword, colleagues actually care, and community means everything. Sound appealing? Come join us. Choose a campus and find the role that fits you. Tufts University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We are committed to increasing the diversity of our faculty and staff and fostering their success when hired. Members of underrepresented groups are welcome and strongly encouraged to apply.
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