Posted Under: Seattle, Washington jobs in Human Resources; Human Resources jobs in zipcode 98101
Posted On: 2021-02-24 00:00:00
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Position Overview We are looking for a dynamic HR Business Partner to join our Adaptive People and Culture Team. In this role, you will partner with divisional leadership to partner on strategic people initiatives, conceptualize, design, lead, execute and land new people programs to meet the needs of the business. Reporting to the Director, HR Business Partners, this position works closely with our People & Culture COEs to make positive impact on the Adaptive employee experience by designing innovative people programs, cultivating management and leadership skills, and delivering an array of talent initiatives. Specific areas of focus include performance management, compensation planning, talent calibration and talent reviews, organizational design and succession planning, manager coaching, and employee relations.-- The Human Resources Business Partner will interface with all levels of the organization and demonstrate excellent communication skills, strategic thinking and planning, strong business acumen, and the ability to function in a highly dynamic, fast paced environment. We are looking for a seasoned professional who will partner with business leaders on strategic people initiatives, has the ability to diagnose issues and influence long term solutions and outcomes and is able to collaborate across teams and influence at all levels of the organization. We work in a fast paced, rapidly changing environment where all variables are not known. The right candidate is able to work with ambiguity, balance competing priorities, and driving results while facilitating the best decisions for employees and the business.--
- Provide strategic business partnership, thought partnership, and coaching to all levels of the organization in areas of talent management, organizational design, and employee relations.
- Partner with leaders and People & Culture COE's to translate key business strategies into relevant and timely talent programs such as performance management and calibration, engagement, retention, workforce planning, learning and leadership and employee relations.
- Work with senior management to develop and implement HR plans, programs, and solutions to achieve overall strategic business initiatives and deliver results.
- Partner with managers to retain, develop and motivate people to achieve their fullest potential
- Proactively partner with Talent Acquisition throughout the recruiting and hiring process.
- Provide expert guidance in people and organizational issues, provide management coaching to build leadership capability and proactively address employee issues, work with managers and employees to address complex issues from end-to-end.
- In partnership with Learning and Leadership, assess management development needs and design and facilitate learning programs.
- Build strong and effective partnerships across the People function to deliver value-added services across the organization.
- Enrich Adaptive's awesome culture with meaningful engagement across teams and management.
- Develop expert knowledge of Life Sciences and Adaptive's business. Requirements--
- Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or a related discipline. Preferred Master's degree, MBA and/or HR Certification
- 7+ years progressive Human Resources experience with 5+ in a strategic HRBP capacity; experience in talent management, performance management, compensation and benefits, org. design, learning and development, manager coaching, and employee relations
- Prior experience working in Life Sciences or Technology industries is strongly preferred
- Proven experience driving organizational change initiatives and developing and implementing talent programs
- Strong business acumen with HR expertise, including strong problem solving skills, critical thinking, self-initiative
- Proven experience in influencing and partnering with different levels of the organization to drive and achieve results
- Demonstrated ability to coach managers to use company best practices for maximum effectiveness
- Experience leading organization-wide initiatives in a fast growth environment
- Experience developing processes and working in a rapid-paced environment
- Excellent written and verbal communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills
- Strong judgment and employee relations experience.
- Expertise in assessing management and executive talent.
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