HR Talent Specialist - IIE
The Institute of International Education (IIE) has a global mission and a broad reach: we manage scholarships, training, and leadership programs; we conduct research and facilitate policy dialogue on global higher education; and we work diligently to protect scholarship around the world. The Institute proudly counts 59 Nobel Laureates, including 35 alumni of the renowned Fulbright Program. IIE provides educational, cultural, and professional opportunities that transcend borders and foster a peaceful and interconnected world where all people achieve their full potential. With more than 700 team members in a global network of 19 offices around the world, IIE oversees more than 200 programs that benefit nearly 35,000 grantees from 185 countries annually.
Believing our team members are the heart of our organization, IIE invests in its workforce from the start. Our HR department works alongside leadership both as a business partner and thought partner to build a strategy that factors in our internal resources, recruiting, and retention.
As the HR Talent Specialist, you will partner with HR team members and managers in resolving HR issues (primarily employee relations, initial stages of investigations, and other HR business projects). This role is that of a true HR generalist who has deep interest expanding their HR expertise as a trusted partner to the internal HR team while building and expanding their business relationships with the various business units. Through the HR business partners, both domestic and international team members and managers will seek your guidance in resolving problems in all areas of the talent cycle (including investigations, employee relations, compensation, performance process, performance discipline, HR practices, data analysis, and analytics).
Your strong understanding of process management and analytics will contribute to keeping things running smoothly. You will track and analyze trends in IIE’s employee relations activity to actively inform training and process improvement. We will look to you to contribute to the scaling and integration of new initiatives by researching and designing frameworks, tools, and materials. You will also project manage HR initiatives from design to pilot to implementation – developing and executing all change management efforts in partnership with other teams.
This role is a combination of providing strategic advice to managers, streamlining compensation programs, and daily "hands-on" execution of day-to-day operational human resources functions. This is a great opportunity to fully learn compensation, use your analytical skills, and springboard your HR career as you develop additional, specialized HR expertise in this role. You will spend a fair amount of your time in this role administering IIE’s domestic and international compensation programs aimed at supporting IIE’s “Grow with IIE” talent philosophy. You will streamline processes and administer components of the annual compensation review, job evaluation committee, annual surveys, and classification process. Your role will enhance communications and increase understanding of IIE’s compensation across the organization.
Responsibilities of the HR Talent Specialist
Collaborate with HRBP’s and international HR team.
Collaborate with the compensation lead and international HR team.
Qualifications of the HR Talent Specialist
Attributes of the HR Talent Specialist
What’s Attractive to the Right HR Talent Specialist Candidate?
To Apply for the HR Talent Specialist position with IIE:
Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at email@example.com with “IIE – Talent Specialist / 2017-2253 SA” as the subject of the email.
Alternative Titles: Human Resources Manager, Human Resources Generalist, Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources Specialist, HR Administrator.
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