The Home Depot, Inc.
This position serves as a key member of the Succession & Performance Management (SPM) team. The SPM team is responsible for the design and execution of programs, processes, and resources related to Performance Management, Career Development, and Talent Planning.
Major Tasks, Responsibilities & Key Accountabilities:
30%- Serve as the primary point of contact for HR Generalists and support teams regarding questions with performance management system and tools, talent planning resources, and associate profiles. Independently answers questions and resolves issues on their own or by partnering with other teams such as IT.
30%- Owns and supports teams projects and initiatives related to performance management, talent planning, and career development. This includes creating communications, presentations and other resources in support of team initiatives. May conduct training or webinars to further educate our partners on team processes and offerings
20%- Creates and maintains all talent planning templates for the field and SSC Talent Planning processes Partners with the Talent Management team to ensure all resources are updated and ready for Talent Planning meetings.
15%- Partners with other teams such as Learning, HR Analytics, and HR Services to ensure resources are updated regularly and accessible on THD's intranet site and other platforms.
5%- Performs ad hoc analyses and other cross team or cross-functional special projects.
Nature and Scope: This position reports to the Sr Manager of Succession & Performance Management. This position has no direct reports.
Environmental Job Requirements:
Located in a comfortable indoor area. Any unpleasant conditions would be infrequent and not objectionable. Travel: Typically requires overnight travel less than 10% of the time.Standard Minimum Qualifications: Must be eighteen years of age or older. Must pass the Drug Test. Must pass Background Check. Must pass a pre-employment test if applicable.
Additional Minimum Qualifications: The knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through the completion of a bachelor's degree program or equivalent degree in a field of study related to the job.
Work Experience Required:
Most of the time is spent sitting in a comfortable position and there is frequent opportunity to move about. On rare occasions, there may be a need to move or lift light articles.
Preferred Qualifications: Previous experience in Human Resources, Training, Communications or Marketing. Experience in program development or execution.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Competencies:
Proficiency in MS Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.
Very strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.
Strong customer service orientation; proven ability to build relationships.
Strong project management skills.
Must have the ability to initiate project plans and balance multiple changing deadlines and priorities.
Strong problem solving, analytical skills and attention to detail.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
The Home Depot, Inc.
Website : http://www.homedepot.com
The Home Depot was founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank. Along with investment banker Ken Langone and merchandising guru Pat Farrah, the founders’ vision of one-stop shopping for the do-it-yourselfer came to fruition when they opened the first two Home Depot stores on June 22, 1979, in Atlanta, Georgia. The first stores, at around 60,000 square feet each, were cavernous warehouses that dwarfed the competition and stocked 25,000 SKUs, much more than the average hardware store at that time. Empty boxes piled high on the shelves gave the illusion of even more product. From the start, associates were able to offer the best customer service in the industry, guiding customers through projects such as laying tile, changing a fill valve or handling a power tool. Not only did store associates undergo rigorous product knowledge training, but they also began offering clinics so customers could learn how to do it themselves. The Home Depot revolutionized the home improvement industry by bringing the know-how and the tools to the consumer and by saving them money.