Estée Lauder Companies
Americas-US-NY-Long Island City
1st (Day) Shift
The Manager of Global Talent is responsible for working across various assigned team projects (both program development and execution), specifically, the management of the day-to-day execution of activities across all the talent initiatives/projects. He/she is also required to have excellent judgement and decision-making abilities on talent projects and resolve issues as needed. Daily responsibilities include project management, status reporting, data analysis, insights gathering and on-going communication with stakeholders.
The Manager is also responsible for assisting more senior talent team members with research, content generation and communication across all projects. He or she will liaise and collaborate directly with various teams, and other external stakeholders to ensure projects are on track, key deliverables/deadlines are met, any concerns/issues are flagged and the ability to think through potential mitigating solutions. The Manager will provide meaningful contribution to the overall content development and execution of projects.
40% Problem Solving – primarily execution focused problems that are not highly complex but is frequent. Predominately related to the implementation of the project and/or management of stakeholders. Problem solving should also be done in collaboration with team members and/or more senior members of the Talent COE to ensure projects and processes support ELC’s vision of becoming the "best home for talent" in the industry.
20% Decision Making – Designing making are typically execution related and daily. Generally, these decisions are not highly complex. He/ She should work closely with more senior team members on more complex issues to align on decisions that ultimately impact project outcomes, as well as the Talent COE and overall HR organization.
20% Independence of Action and Accountability – Direction is primarily set by SVP and ED of Global Talent with incremental input from more senior Talent team members. The Manager of Global Talent is encouraged, however, to thoughtfully seize opportunities to assist team members with incremental decisions and with intelligence/content generation, ultimately helping to align projects, processes and other workstreams with the overall vision of the Talent COE and HR.
20% Leadership – Leads daily execution of talent projects and project team. Collaborates with more senior Talent Project team members and other HR partners. Facilitates core team meetings, and develops required meeting presentations, communications, and stakeholder progress reporting materials. Leads the execution of project plans to ensure timelines are met and help to resolve daily execution issues as needed.
0% Budget Responsibility: No budget responsibility.
Minimum Education level: Bachelor’s Degree
Minimum Years of Experience: 5 years of HR or related experience in a complex, global organization
Additional Job Specifications (e.g., physical demands, working conditions, equipment/machinery, specific skills, etc.):
Five years of talent development or related Human Resource experience required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, etc.) is expected.
Analytical mindset, attention to detail, and superior organizational, project management, and collaboration skills are required for this role. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, as well as ease with analyzing/ understanding data, and comfort working in a global organization are also important.
A four-year Bachelors degree is a requirement.
We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. It is Company's policy not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions), gender identity or gender expression (including transgender status), sexual orientation, marital status, military service and veteran status, physical or mental disability, protected medical condition as defined by applicable state or local law, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws and ordinances. The Company will endeavor to provide a reasonable accommodation consistent with the law to otherwise qualified employees and prospective employees with a disability and to employees and prospective employees with needs related to their religious observance or practices. Should you wish to apply for this position or any other position with the Company and you believe you require assistance to complete an application or participate in an interview, please contact USApplicantAccommodations@Estee.com.