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Bank of America Talent Management Consultant II – Chief Administrative Officer Organization in Boston, Massachusetts

Talent Management Consultant II – Chief Administrative Officer Organization

Charlotte, North Carolina;Pennington, New Jersey; Boston, Massachusetts

Job Description:

We are currently seeking a Talent Management Consultant II to join the Chief Administrative Officer Talent Team to develop leadership, learning, organizational effectiveness, and talent management solutions. Key areas of focus for a Talent Management Consultant II include Talent Management, Leadership Development, Learning Strategy, Organizational Effectiveness and Performance Management.

The Talent Management Consultant II will align to CEO 2 deep leader(s) reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer and will be responsible for ensuring achievement of key business outcomes through the utilization of impactful consultation and organizational development skills. The successful candidate will be influential, results-oriented professionals who can develop and manage relationships across the company and with a wide variety of partners based on trust, knowledge, and teamwork.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and deploy core talent practices working closely with LOB leaders and HR colleagues. This includes talent planning, succession planning, performance management, and development program talent identification

  • Support the development and execution of manager and talent development initiatives aligned to the organization’s diversity, inclusion, and engagement objectives

  • Drive end-to-end learning strategy for client organizations, working closely with learning consultants and leveraging internal learning resources

  • Consult with leaders on organizational change including assessing operating model and org design effectiveness, preparing org design proposals and communication plans

  • Assess talent and provide executive coaching to key leaders and next-level talent in the line of business

  • Serve in an advisory role for horizontal initiatives across the Chief of Administrative Officer organization, working with HR to consult

  • Develop new and enhance existing Talent Management processes to drive efficiency, effectiveness, and simplified solutions

Required Skills:

  • Minimum of 5+ years’ experience in any of the following: Learning or Program Development/Program ManagementORLeadership development & talent management (including coaching)OROrganization Development, Change and/or Organization DesignORHR GeneralistORRelevant HR specialist experience leading programs, processes, or other talent practices

  • Relationship management skills with ability to consult, advise, and influence senior leaders

  • Experience interfacing with leaders at the MTM 1 and/or 2 deep level who are seasoned and sophisticated leaders

  • Demonstrated conceptual thinker with effective program and project management skills and experience, including ability to translate strategy into specific goals, tactics, and deliverables

  • Sound judgment and strong communication skills (written and verbal)

  • Proven ability to build and leverage positive relationships with peers, partners, and clients

  • Able to operate in an ambiguous environment or an environment where priorities may change quickly

  • Strong bias for action and ability to drive work to completion

  • Technical proficiency in PPT and Excel; OrgVue a plus

Education:

  • BS/BA, preferably in relevant areas (e.g. Organizational Development, I/O Psychology, etc.); will consider equivalent experience in lieu of degree

Job Band:

H4

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Weekly Schedule:

Referral Bonus Amount:

0

Job Description:

We are currently seeking a Talent Management Consultant II to join the Chief Administrative Officer Talent Team to develop leadership, learning, organizational effectiveness, and talent management solutions. Key areas of focus for a Talent Management Consultant II include Talent Management, Leadership Development, Learning Strategy, Organizational Effectiveness and Performance Management.

The Talent Management Consultant II will align to CEO 2 deep leader(s) reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer and will be responsible for ensuring achievement of key business outcomes through the utilization of impactful consultation and organizational development skills. The successful candidate will be influential, results-oriented professionals who can develop and manage relationships across the company and with a wide variety of partners based on trust, knowledge, and teamwork.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and deploy core talent practices working closely with LOB leaders and HR colleagues. This includes talent planning, succession planning, performance management, and development program talent identification

  • Support the development and execution of manager and talent development initiatives aligned to the organization’s diversity, inclusion, and engagement objectives

  • Drive end-to-end learning strategy for client organizations, working closely with learning consultants and leveraging internal learning resources

  • Consult with leaders on organizational change including assessing operating model and org design effectiveness, preparing org design proposals and communication plans

  • Assess talent and provide executive coaching to key leaders and next-level talent in the line of business

  • Serve in an advisory role for horizontal initiatives across the Chief of Administrative Officer organization, working with HR to consult

  • Develop new and enhance existing Talent Management processes to drive efficiency, effectiveness, and simplified solutions

Required Skills:

  • Minimum of 5+ years’ experience in any of the following: Learning or Program Development/Program ManagementORLeadership development & talent management (including coaching)OROrganization Development, Change and/or Organization DesignORHR GeneralistORRelevant HR specialist experience leading programs, processes, or other talent practices

  • Relationship management skills with ability to consult, advise, and influence senior leaders

  • Experience interfacing with leaders at the MTM 1 and/or 2 deep level who are seasoned and sophisticated leaders

  • Demonstrated conceptual thinker with effective program and project management skills and experience, including ability to translate strategy into specific goals, tactics, and deliverables

  • Sound judgment and strong communication skills (written and verbal)

  • Proven ability to build and leverage positive relationships with peers, partners, and clients

  • Able to operate in an ambiguous environment or an environment where priorities may change quickly

  • Strong bias for action and ability to drive work to completion

  • Technical proficiency in PPT and Excel; OrgVue a plus

Education:

  • BS/BA, preferably in relevant areas (e.g. Organizational Development, I/O Psychology, etc.); will consider equivalent experience in lieu of degree

Shift:

1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:

40

Learn more about this role

Full time

JR-22051314

Band: H4

Manages People: No

Travel: No

Manager:

Talent Acquisition Contact:

Michelle Alaoui

Referral Bonus:

0

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