Career Development & Culture, HR Program Manager - Any FINRA location
The Learning, Talent & Organizational Development (LTOD) group serves the entire population of the organization by leading all learning & development, talent management, leadership & team development, change management and performance management initiatives. This position will be responsible for partnering with COEs, senior leaders and HR business partners (HRBPs)to manage the Career Progression Program (CPP) and to support all enterprise culture efforts, from design through implementation and in alignment to the Job Architecture initiative and FINRA's Listening Strategy. This role also collaborates with People Solutions stakeholders, COEs, and Corporate Communications community to support a wide range of corporate-wide talent and organizational development initiatives. This role serves as a trusted advisor to clients through the CPP and Culture Survey process. This position will play a role in the continued development of a system of metrics to substantiate the impact of the solutions delivered by LTOD.Essential Job Functions:Manages the Career Progression Program; design, develop, document, and implement processes, visual aids, procedures and learning for employees at all levels in the organizationLeads the design and implementation of a career development strategy corporate-wideManages skills inventory processes at all levels of the organization to support business unit talent strategies, competencies, and job design effortsCreate, maintain, and manage an internal employee career site to support knowledge sharing on job skills necessary for advancement in job families and for the exploration of career paths in other job familiesConsult with senior leaders, HRBPs, and key stakeholders to advance a career development strategy across business linesManages communications and updates to career paths and development resourcesIdentifies, maps, and customizes career development solutions for targeted needs within business lines in alignment to core competency modelDesigns, develops, and facilitates career development workshop for a wide range of audiencesCulture Responsibilities:Support the advancement of FINRA's listening strategy by managing the Culture Survey project and processes biennially, to include pre-survey, post-survey, and action-planning processes corporate-wide and within business linesCollaborates with key stakeholders for the analysis of culture survey results and reportingLeads internal culture workstreams and committees for corporate-wide activities to support cultural transformation effortsPartners with LTOD leaders and key stakeholders to support FINRA's value's, leadership competency model, cultural activities and programs to reinforce organizational cultureOther Responsibilities: Continually collaborate with HRBPs, senior leaders, and LTOD colleagues to service strategic business needs and special projects as neededPartner with LTOD team to support talent review and assessment processesFacilitates targeted skills development activities, sessions, workshops, and interventions to drive leader and team effectiveness at all levelsFacilitates solutions to address needs; Clifton Strengths, EQi2.0, 360o Feedback Assessments, Leader Assimilations, Start/Stop/Continue sessions, Teambuilding activities (eg, MBTI, HBDI), Professional and Executive Coaching, other enterprise assessments, and special projects as assignedEducation/Experience Requirements:Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Organizational Development, Industrial-Organizational (I/O) Psychology, Human Resource Management, Talent Management, or related fields, with minimum seven (7) years of experience in organizational development and talent management; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.Very strong skills in program and/or project managementExceptional critical thinking and analytical skillsExcellent interpersonal and relationship skills to build strong client relationships with FINRA senior leadership, SMEs, and People Solutions teamCertified in I/O Psychology or related field is preferredSPHR/PHR certification or related human resources certification(s) preferredCoaching or facilitation skills certification preferredAssessment and Development Certifications in DiSC, MBTI, EQi, HBDI or related preferredExperience using multiple tools and applications for organizational development and talent management processes and programs, such as Workday, TalentQuest, SumTotal, MHS, CCL, Gartner, Gallup, etc., is a plusWorking Conditions:Ability to work in a hybrid work environment with travel (15-20%)Extended hours as needed.#LI-HybridTo be considered for this position, please submit an application. 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