Manager, Talent Risk & Relations

Rosslyn, VA
May 12, 2022
May 15, 2022
Full Time
Manager, Talent Risk & RelationsThe teamTalent Risk focuses on aggregate risks impacting our people across all levels (eg, new programs/initiatives new technologies, talent data usage, the Confidential Information Management Program (CIMP), globalization impacts and regulatory requirements. We offer risk advisory services when designing, modifying and / or implementing internal programs/initiatives, surveys, technologies or when there is a request to leverage talent data.Job OverviewThis role will support the three key Talent Risk areas:Proactively assess and mitigate programmatic risks by evaluating key factors involved in the program/initiativeTeam with various stakeholders to develop appropriate risk mitigation plans, where appropriateSponsor and reinforce all elements of the Talent Confidential Information Management Plan (CIMP)Job responsibilitiesWork with Talent Risk leadership in conducting risk assessments for Talent initiatives, programs and technologies, including but not limited to National and local Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) programs, proposed surveys and other content with Talent implicationsProvide consultative and analytics support to Talent Risk leadership, including storyboarding and analysis of key themes, trends, and Talent Risk itemsSupport Talent Confidential Information Management Plan (CIMP) management and compliance working to align and enhance Talent's practices and protocolsCoordinate and manage all aspects related to data incident management / investigation with Office of Confidentiality & Privacy (OCP), Office of General Counsel (OGC), business leaders, talent leaders, and other stakeholders as appropriateUnderstand and navigate complex problems using judgment and risk-related knowledge to make mitigation recommendationsWork autonomously and take initiative partners with appropriate Leaders to understand and address highly complex data related incidents, challenges and issuesWork autonomously and take initiative on identifying and recommending solutions for highly complex talent risk related mattersQualifications:Required:Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in related areaTypically requires 8 - 10 total years Talent/Human Resources experienceMust be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the futureDeep knowledge of talent processes and understanding of connection points with other businessesStrong written, visual, and verbal storytelling skills; ability to take dialogue and ideas and build executive ready presentations and collateralAbility to grasp and communicate complex ideas as well as solve complex problemsProficient in Microsoft Office skills (eg, PowerPoint, Word, Teams, Excel, One Note)Preferred:Demonstrated ability to lead, manage, and deliver complex projectsAbility to make timely, informed, decisions that consider data, goals, constraints, and risks from multiple perspectivesStrong client service orientation, including interpersonal and consultative skills, the ability to build relationships, manage stakeholders, and influence, collaborate, and build consensusDemonstrated client service orientationDeep knowledge of talent processes and understanding of connectivity to other enabling areasAbility to think both strategically and tactically and manage change and ambiguityStrong stakeholder management, project management, and change management skillsPossess problem-solving and analytical skills; ability to make sound observations and recommendationsStrong communication and facilitation skillsAdaptable to changing timelines and deliverablesAbility to partner with various teams and provide guidance around path forwardAbility to understand business and operational context and influence outcomes, without formal reporting relationshipsProfessional judgement and able to navigate with stakeholdersEA_TALENT_ExpHire

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