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Director, Talent Management - Career and Growth

Foster City, CA

Employment Type: Direct Hire Position: Talent Acquisition Job Number: 57201 Branch: San Francisco

The Director of Career & Growth will have the responsibility for the strategic roadmap, design, implementation and day-to-day management of enterprise-wide talent initiatives focused on employee career and growth. The person in this role will also serve as an internal consultant and provide thought leadership to various business lines on their career and growth initiatives.  

Responsibilities:
  • Develop a robust career and growth development program for all  employees globally
  • Partner with key stakeholders such as HR business partners, D&I team, and business leaders to build and deploy outcome-oriented solutions for career and growth needs
  • Perform quantitative and qualitative research to identify gaps in career programs and identify employee  needs
  • Design, develop, and implement programs to drive impactful talent initiatives
  • Develop processes and guidelines for effective career conversations between employees and managers
  • Define a career mapping strategy 
  • Maintain and continuously improve a short-term assignment program aimed at offering employees exposure to various careers  to enhance the employee career growth experience 
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’ s degree is required. Advanced degree (MA/MBA/PhD) preferred
  • 10+ years of professional experience with an emphasis on talent management, organizational effectiveness or human capital
  • Strong technical knowledge of human resources coupled with strategic business acumen
  • Strong attention to detail and flawless execution 
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Experience at designing and rapidly implementing new tools and processes
  • Ability to handle numerous projects concurrently
  • Excellent communication, project and program management, and influencing skills
  • Ability to deliver against tight timelines in a dynamic environment 
  • Outstanding team player with the ability to work with and influence people at all levels

 

Heather Keller
Vice President of Operations

Heather has over twelve years of pharmaceutical and medical device staffing and consulting experience gained from roles with global staffing and professional services firms. Heather's focus is on strengthening client relationships to become a trusted partner and talent advisor. Heather’s expertise includes developing creative and efficient sourcing and recruitment processes, uncovering channels of top talent for hard to fill roles and optimizing organizational design in order to deliver top talent to clients. Prior to joining the staffing industry, she conducted biomedical research and conducted drug target validation studies. Heather has a bachelor of science in Biological Sciences from UC Davis with an emphasis in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior.

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