HR Program Manager, Employee Experience (Onboarding & Offboarding) - Any FINRA location
This HR Program Manager, Employee Experience is responsible for developing and leading the enterprise-wide onboarding and offboarding employee program to ensure FINRA provides world-class experiences.Essential Job Functions:The Onboarding process will successfully integrate new hires and rehires into FINRA and ensure a positive experience for all employees. Effective onboarding lays the foundation for long-term success, employee engagement and loyalty - and will include:Designing and managing pre-start date welcome activities.Re-designing an exceptional New Employee Orientation experience.Partnering with Technology and other People Solutions Centers of Excellence to set up new hires with equipment and online access to FINRA systems for their day one.Managing the assignment of all required new employee certifications/learning programs in the LMS.Managing the various components of New Employee Orientation sessions.Managing design of new employee resources (eg, the New Employee Checklist, the Checklist of Managers of New Employees, etc.).Managing the "FINRA Friend" program to connect new employees with an experienced employee to answer day-to-day questions.Coaching and supporting managers of new hires so managers can effectively assimilate the new hire into the team.Building a multi-month curriculum to build new hire knowledge about the organization and our mission and values.Managing the Offboarding process to ensure departing employees transition out of FINRA smoothly and leave with a positive impression of their exit from the organization. Effective offboarding will include:Partnering with Technology and other People Solutions Centers of Excellence to recover company assets and disconnect online access to FINRA systems.Managing the exit interview process so departing employees leave FINRA with a favorable impression.Analyzing exit interview data and recommending continuous improvement enhancements.Enhancing and managing an alumni outreach program to keep former employees connected to FINRA.Other Responsibilities:Other duties as assigned.Education/Experience Requirements:Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Learning & Development, or Organization Development, or related field, and minimum seven (7) years' human resources experience or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's degree preferred.Minimum of five years of proven experience leading successful large-scale organization-wide human resource programs and initiatives.Strong critical thinking and analytical skills are essential.Superior oral and written communication skills are a must.Excellent interpersonal and relationship skills needed to build not only strong client relationships with FINRA leadership but also strong working relationships within the People Solutions team.Excellent organizational and time management skills.Results-driven and metrics-focused.Able to navigate within a multi-business line setting.Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize based on strategic goals.Approaches tasks with a sense of urgency and a drive to complete tasks by the deadline.Self-directed learner; quick to pick up new concepts and information.Strong internal customer focus orientation.Ability to create and contribute to a highly collaborative work environment.Other Desirable Skills:Previous experience designing and managing phenomenal orientation and/or offboarding programsWorking Conditions: Ability to work in a hybrid work environment.Travel as needed.Extended hours as needed.#LI-HybridTo be considered for this position, please submit an application. 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FINRA offers immediate participation and vesting in a 401(k) plan with company match. You will also be eligible for participation in an additional FINRA-funded retirement contribution, our tuition reimbursement program and many other benefits. If you would like to contribute to our important mission and work collegially in a professional organization that values intelligence, integrity and initiative, consider a career with FINRA.Important InformationFINRA's Code of Conduct imposes restrictions on employees' investments and requires financial disclosures that are uniquely related to our role as a securities regulator. 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