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Bank of America Talent Acquisition Program Manager II - Enterprise Pathways in Boston, Massachusetts

Talent Acquisition Program Manager II - Enterprise Pathways

Charlotte, North Carolina;Jacksonville, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Plano, Texas; Boston, Massachusetts; Wilmington, Delaware; Phoenix, Arizona; Pennington, New Jersey; Chicago, Illinois

Job Description:

The Talent Acquisition Program Manager II will be a highly visible and hands on execution leader providing Business Management expertise across all lines of businesses that Enterprise Pathways supports. The successful candidate will be a strong, decisive, results oriented leader who can develop and manage relationships across Global Talent Acquisition (GTA), including with all lines of business (LOB) , Global Human Resources (GHR) partners, non-profit partners and community colleges based on trust, teamwork, and knowledge. The individual should possess a very high attention to detail and demonstrable accuracy of work product, as their work output will be used by senior executives in GTA, GHR and LOB Leaders. Ability to gather, review, and analyze data to answer questions and tell the story about how the function is driving business results will be critical to this role.

Scope of Responsibilities:

  • Build and maintain consultative stakeholder relationships across GHR and the lines of business to keep them informed on program processes and engaged in decision points.

  • Educate and inform program team members about strategic priorities, meeting agendas, and deliverables due.

  • Work in conjunction with HR Managers and Business leaders to develop and execute line of business Non-profit organizations (NPO) & Community College sourcing strategy.

  • Communicates, influences and negotiates both vertically and horizontally to obtain or leverage necessary resources.

  • Create and manage on-going communication routines and serve as the single point of contact for senior management and key stakeholders regarding metrics and outcomes.

  • Accountable for analyzing present-state, developing alternative future-state approaches and facilitating implementation.

  • Integrates knowledge of end-to-end business process into program planning and decisioning processes.

  • Maintains and reports on an overall integrated delivery plan.

  • Analysis of data as it pertains to evaluating sourcing strategies.

  • Demonstrate diversity of thought, culture and background.

  • Strong business centric mindset with ability to utilize sound business judgment and tailor approach to drive optimal business outcomes.

  • Exhibit professionalism dealing with clients, customers and executives.

  • Manage, develop and support on-boarding and orientation processes with incoming NPO & Community Colleges. Including executive level presentation of Non-Profit & Community College Playbook”.

  • Provide consultative search recruiting services; including research, market intelligence and sourcing.

Required Skills:

  • Musthave 2 years previous project management / participation experience in a large, fast paced, results-oriented organization with a demonstrated history of success.

  • Must have 5+ years previous experience working with Non-profit organizations.

  • Analytical and research skills - ability to communicate and analyze multi-dimensional data, draw conclusions, and evaluate business gaps & requirements.

  • Experience using data/reports to drive tactical improvement and/or to communicate the business story.

  • Ability to think proactively and balance multiple competing needs, requests and goals.

  • Comfortable working with ambiguity and rapidly changing priorities.

  • Strong presentation skills, ability to develop & present well-structured PowerPoint presentations for executive level and contributor level audiences.

  • Demonstrated leadership, client engagement skills.

  • StrongRelationship building experience/skills, abilityto influence at multiple levels.

  • Superior verbal and written communication.

  • Enterprise-wide thinking.

  • Ability to manage in a matrixed environment.

  • Flexible; team player; self-starter; self-motivated.

  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task.

  • Must be resourceful and be able to work both independently, as well as within a team environment.

  • Manages work routines that will require working outside normal business hours, i.e. program training, events as needed.

  • Proficient skills with Microsoft office products required (Excel, PowerPoint, Word).

Desired Skills

  • Must have 10+ years previous professional client-facing Talent Acquisition experience.

  • Strong business acumen (understanding of financial services / economic environment).

  • Experience and proficiency with HR systems.

Enterprise Role Overview

Individual Contributor or Small Team Leader owning and managing a large and/or complex specialized program. Responsible for innovation, creation and execution of defined strategy. Responsible for setting, overseeing and executing strategy specific to a LOB(s) or Functional Area(s) within overall campus strategy. Drives global and/or regional integration at the LOB or Functional level. Owns and manages relationships with key LOB and/or HR stakeholders

Job Band:

H4

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

0

Job Description:

The Talent Acquisition Program Manager II will be a highly visible and hands on execution leader providing Business Management expertise across all lines of businesses that Enterprise Pathways supports. The successful candidate will be a strong, decisive, results oriented leader who can develop and manage relationships across Global Talent Acquisition (GTA), including with all lines of business (LOB) , Global Human Resources (GHR) partners, non-profit partners and community colleges based on trust, teamwork, and knowledge. The individual should possess a very high attention to detail and demonstrable accuracy of work product, as their work output will be used by senior executives in GTA, GHR and LOB Leaders. Ability to gather, review, and analyze data to answer questions and tell the story about how the function is driving business results will be critical to this role.

Scope of Responsibilities:

  • Build and maintain consultative stakeholder relationships across GHR and the lines of business to keep them informed on program processes and engaged in decision points.

  • Educate and inform program team members about strategic priorities, meeting agendas, and deliverables due.

  • Work in conjunction with HR Managers and Business leaders to develop and execute line of business Non-profit organizations (NPO) & Community College sourcing strategy.

  • Communicates, influences and negotiates both vertically and horizontally to obtain or leverage necessary resources.

  • Create and manage on-going communication routines and serve as the single point of contact for senior management and key stakeholders regarding metrics and outcomes.

  • Accountable for analyzing present-state, developing alternative future-state approaches and facilitating implementation.

  • Integrates knowledge of end-to-end business process into program planning and decisioning processes.

  • Maintains and reports on an overall integrated delivery plan.

  • Analysis of data as it pertains to evaluating sourcing strategies.

  • Demonstrate diversity of thought, culture and background.

  • Strong business centric mindset with ability to utilize sound business judgment and tailor approach to drive optimal business outcomes.

  • Exhibit professionalism dealing with clients, customers and executives.

  • Manage, develop and support on-boarding and orientation processes with incoming NPO & Community Colleges. Including executive level presentation of Non-Profit & Community College Playbook”.

  • Provide consultative search recruiting services; including research, market intelligence and sourcing.

Required Skills:

  • Musthave 2 years previous project management / participation experience in a large, fast paced, results-oriented organization with a demonstrated history of success.

  • Must have 5+ years previous experience working with Non-profit organizations.

  • Analytical and research skills - ability to communicate and analyze multi-dimensional data, draw conclusions, and evaluate business gaps & requirements.

  • Experience using data/reports to drive tactical improvement and/or to communicate the business story.

  • Ability to think proactively and balance multiple competing needs, requests and goals.

  • Comfortable working with ambiguity and rapidly changing priorities.

  • Strong presentation skills, ability to develop & present well-structured PowerPoint presentations for executive level and contributor level audiences.

  • Demonstrated leadership, client engagement skills.

  • StrongRelationship building experience/skills, abilityto influence at multiple levels.

  • Superior verbal and written communication.

  • Enterprise-wide thinking.

  • Ability to manage in a matrixed environment.

  • Flexible; team player; self-starter; self-motivated.

  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to multi-task.

  • Must be resourceful and be able to work both independently, as well as within a team environment.

  • Manages work routines that will require working outside normal business hours, i.e. program training, events as needed.

  • Proficient skills with Microsoft office products required (Excel, PowerPoint, Word).

Desired Skills

  • Must have 10+ years previous professional client-facing Talent Acquisition experience.

  • Strong business acumen (understanding of financial services / economic environment).

  • Experience and proficiency with HR systems.

Enterprise Role Overview

Individual Contributor or Small Team Leader owning and managing a large and/or complex specialized program. Responsible for innovation, creation and execution of defined strategy. Responsible for setting, overseeing and executing strategy specific to a LOB(s) or Functional Area(s) within overall campus strategy. Drives global and/or regional integration at the LOB or Functional level. Owns and manages relationships with key LOB and/or HR stakeholders

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Learn more about this role

Full time

JR-22059290

Band: H4

Manages People: No

Travel: Yes, 5% of the time

Manager:

Talent Acquisition Contact:

Aubrie Redden

Referral Bonus:

0

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