Associate Talent Management – 22-0331577700

Job Details
Estimated: $59,000 – $82,000 a year2 hours ago
Qualifications
  • Project management
  • Microsoft Office
Full Job Description
Position: Associate Talent Management

Location: West Point, PA (remote)

Duration: 12 Months

Responsibilities:
Primary point of contact for hiring managers and early talent program participants (answer question, provide guidance, coach/mentor, etc)

Facilitate 6 and 12 month program experience to include onboarding/offboarding, info sessions, networking and professional development activities

Partner with employer business resource groups (EBRG) to provide mentorship of talent and create community

Raise awareness of early talent programs internally across divisions and externally, including social media

Develop, monitor, and share dashboard on program progress and performance (including placements, conversions, and satisfaction)

Collect, document, and share best practices internally and externally and learn from other corporate partners

Leverage technology to optimize and streamline program management processes

Qualifications:
Early Talent Program Manager role will be focused on day-to-day program management of two early talent diversity internship and apprenticeship programs.

Both programs are designed to attract and develop diverse talent who possess valuable, in-demand skills but who do not have a four-year degrees.

These innovative pathway programs together currently enroll about 100+ candidates annually and we are seeking a strong PM to help lead growth and evolution of these programs. If you are someone who enjoys

developing high-potential early talent, designing and delivering robust diversity program experiences, and creating process and structure to help drive outcomes, then this is the right role for you!

Comments/Special Instructions

Strong project management, project management and organization skills planning, organizing, scheduling, etc.

Extensive experience with Microsoft Office suite of tools

Be a self-starter with high accountability and able to deliver results

Confident in group facilitation

Able to manage multiple competing priorities and prioritize effectively

Able to collaborate and communicate within varied stakeholders in a matrixed environment.

Able to thrive in complexity and ambiguity with minimal oversight and be flexible to adapting business conditions

Prior experience working in a large, matrixed organization (Pharma Experience not required)

Prior experience leading diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives or early talent/college recruiting/veterans programs a plus

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