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Senior HR Specialist, Talent Management Role in Washington, DC – Apply by April 4, 2024

Senior HR Specialist, Talent Management Role in Washington, DC.

The World Bank is seeking a Senior HR Specialist in Talent Management for its Washington, DC office. This international recruitment offers a chance to shape HR strategies and contribute to global development initiatives.

Senior HR Specialist, Talent Management Role in Washington, DC

If you have expertise in talent management and HR practices, don’t miss this chance to make an impact. Apply by April 4, 2024, and be part of a dynamic team dedicated to driving positive change worldwide

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the enhancement of the employee listening and engagement survey and long-term strategy that meets the business needs and supports business priorities with high engagement of our workforce. Bring together pulse surveys, life-cycle surveys, 360 feedback assessments and other experience data.
  • Lead the development, implementation, facilitation, analysis and reporting of employee engagement practices; partners with HRBPs and other stakeholders to identify manage action plans.
  • Manage and deliver annual, bi-annual, and life-cycle employee listening strategies to include survey deployment and results analysis and socialization.
  • Develop and implement impactful manager and employee enablement initiatives post-survey to facilitate enterprise-wide action management and continued visibility to impact employee voice has on business planning and strategy development.
  • Contribute to the development and facilitation of training related to employee listening and engagement.
  • Provide direction and oversight to external consultants and vendors as necessary.
  • Monitor and assess the effectiveness of programs implemented through trend analysis of program outcomes, interviews with management and staff, etc.
  • Build relationships and engage with key internal and external stakeholders to better understand client needs; understand the linkages with other functional areas and collaborate with colleagues across the People and Culture; liaise with other International Finance Institutions; prepare and deliver high quality communication materials for a variety of audiences.

Selection Criteria

  •  The candidate should have a Master’s degree in human resources, Business Administration, Behavioral Sciences, Organizational Development/Behavior, or related field with a minimum of 8 years relevant experience.
  •  Proven expertise in leading HR/talent management practices, especially employee engagement practices and approaches including measuring employee engagement via surveys and driving engagement via action management.
  •  The applicant should also have a deep knowhow on utilizing AI/ML solutions, designing, and delivering employee listening mechanisms (surveys, focus groups, 1~1 interviews, 360 assessments, etc.) to produce actionable insights and monitoring for action management.
  •  Excellent change management experience and ability to build relationships, conduct focus groups and collaborate effectively across diverse client groups and the People and Culture colleagues.

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