Southern California Edison Talent Planning Program Consultant (HRC2) in Rosemead, California
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Edison is seeking an energetic talent planning consultant our Talent & Assessment Programs team in HR. We are currently going through an enterprise-wide initiative to transform our talent management processes in an effort to drive towards our goal of becoming a high performance organization. This role will provide technical expertise, advice and ongoing communication for business unit and HR stakeholders regarding the planning, design, training and change management of an effective succession planning and performance management program. The right person for this role will support the Senior Program Manager with managing the corporate-wide executive and nonexecutive succession planning program and support the redesign and improvement processes including the Hi/Po identification process, leadership assessments, career pathing, and leadership developmental planning as well as other areas related to creating and maintaining the readiness of company’s leadership pipeline.
This role also acts as a thought partner with the Business Partner Team to analyze data, produce reports, and support the implementation of an effective succession planning process that aligns with strategic and operational business objectives. The right person for this role is viewed as a credible team player who collaborates and builds effective working relationships with the other HR Centers of Excellence and Business Partner Teams to deliver superior products and services for our business clients. If you are someone who thrives in a collaborative, fast-paced team environment, possesses superior consulting skills and are interested in working in an environment where continuous improvement is a core value, we are looking for you!
Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration, I/O Psychology, Organizational Behavior or related field.
Must have a minimum of 2 years of succession planning and performance management experience supporting a large-scale corporate talent planning/succession management program.
Master’s degree in Human Resources, Management, Business Administration, I/O Psychology, Organizational Behavior or a related discipline is preferred.
Possesses 5 years of experience as a subject matter expert in succession planning and performance management including additional expertise in other talent management programs including performance management, career development, and leadership development.
Demonstrated experience supporting succession/talent planning program including planning, design, technology, training, communication, and change management.
Ability to analyze and integrate diversity data throughout succession cycle.
Demonstrated experience identifying and applying workforce analytics and talent metrics data to make recommendations in support of the succession planning/performance management.
Ability to synthesize and analyze HR data to identify trends and relationships, inform solutions and measure impact.
Experience with implementing Success Factors to support the talent planning and performance management processes.
Strong relationship management and stakeholder engagement skills, with solution-oriented approaches and strong collaboration with HR colleagues and business stakeholders.
Strong group process, training facilitation, and presentation skills in support of talent planning processes, tools, and technology.
Ability to think creatively and strategically to make recommendations and execute on assignments.
Excellent interpersonal, customer service skills, including ability to communicate effectively with analytics to a non-technical audience.
Knowledge of statistical methods and experience with statistical software (e.g., SAS, SPSS, etc.) to perform succession planning analyses..
Demonstrated ability to create and maintain a safety conscious work environment.
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The primary work location for this position is Rosemead, CA.
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Title: Talent Planning Program Consultant (HRC2)
Requisition ID: 71018625