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Talent Development Senior Associate Jersey City, NJ ref

Skills: Talent Development, Career development, Accelerated development, Performance management, Competency Management

Experience level: Mid-senior Experience required: 6 Years Education level: Bachelor’s degree Job function: Human Resources Industry: Financial Services Compensation: View salary Total position: 1 Visa : Only US citizens and Greencard holders

DTCC’s Organizational Development (OD) team is committed to delivering best-in-class solutions that generate measurable results for our businesses and clients. As the OD Center of Excellence, we serve all business lines and every employee, with a primary goal of offering globally accessible talent and development experiences to close skill gaps and/or expand employee capabilities.

Talent Development Senior Associates lead various Center of Excellence (COE) project work across the Talent team. As a project lead, individuals are responsible for the strategy and execution of assigned projects, including effective communication, project management, and stakeholder engagement.


Design and lead processes, programs, and initiatives related to talent management and engagement for the organization.
Talent assessment and stratification (e.g., talent capability gaps, HiPo identification and tracking, calibration/consensus)
Succession planning
Career development (e.g., career framework, mobility, career conversations, and coaching programs)
Accelerated development programs for select talent (Early Career, Women, Leaders with Potential, High Potentials)
Performance management (goal setting, feedback check-ins, reviews)
Talent profile and behavior/competency management (in coordination with business leaders and HR partners.)
Capability tracking (e.g., education, certifications, specialized skills)
Talent analytics (metrics, dashboard, predictive)
Employee surveys (climate, engagement, internal customer; feedback loops and action plans)
Manage portfolio of Center of Excellence (COE) project work
Provide ongoing coaching and mentoring for more junior SPMO team members; mentor, coach and effectively transfer expertise to others
Conduct research on talent and development best practices to support continuous improvement and collaborate with the team to make recommendations
Mitigate risk by following established procedures, spotting key errors and demonstrating strong ethical behavior.

5-6 years of related experience
Bachelor’s degree (preferred) or equivalent experience.

Knowledge of adult learning theories and instructional design methodology
Experience managing large, complex projects with tight deadlines
Knowledge in defining and calculating learning ROIs

jonathan thompson
San Diego, CA 92126

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