Deloitte HR Strategy & Transformation Integration Lead in Carson City, Nevada
The HR Strategy and Transformation (HRST) team aspires to reimagine how Talent fuels our Deloitte businesses through innovative, customer-centric, digitally enabled talent services. The HRST Strategic Integration team:
Creates the vision and strategy that guides all Talent teams around how we define the Talent priorities;
Develops and manages the Talent Transformation and Strategy roadmap, synthesizing inputs from across Talent;
Facilitates governance of the Talent transformation investment portfolio;
Gathers marketplace insights to proactively identify trends and disruptors that will inform the Talent strategy; and
Identifies and leads strategic integration activities for major transformation efforts.
Role description :
The Talent Specialist will work closely with the HRST Strategic Integration Leader and Manager, the HRST leaders and senior managers, and Talent leaders to execute a strategic implementation plan for talent priorities, measure progress and communicate impact, and support transformation strategies across Talent investments. This professional will assist with market sensing activities to determine what is next and inform future priorities along with partnering Talent stakeholders to support the business and firm strategy.
Support development and execution of talent strategies and priorities to achieve Talent transformation and firm objectives and aspirations.
Collaborate with other leaders and team across Talent and the businesses to understand Talent priorities and drivers of business value.
Maintain awareness to Talent transformation activities and support activities and strategies to achieve the overall objectives.
Assist in market sensing activities of current business trends and leading practices to anticipate impacts on our workforce and Talent programs.
Develop compelling, logically-structured presentations and deliverables that will be shared at the Talent and business leadership level.
Support strategic integration activities for major transformation initiatives involving the US member firm, including driving adoption and business engagement, and providing input to strategic communications.
Bachelor's degree in business or a related area
7 years of professional experience
Minimum of 3 years of related experience
Ability to think both strategically and tactically
Ability to manage change and ambiguity
Ability to prioritize and work on multiple efforts simultaneously
Apply problem-solving skills
Strong stakeholder management skills
Strong analytical skills
Strong communication and facilitation skills
Excellent Microsoft Office skills
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.