13 Jun Associate Director Performance Management
Our confidential client is seeking an Associate Director of Performance Management, who will serve as the lead for managing and developing the Company’s approach to the design of performance management for employees. The successful applicant will also be responsible for the administration of performance management working within the Workday talent module and will partner with Compensation, Talent Management, Human Resource Business Partners and HR Systems to provide an engaging and effective process for providing feedback to employees, setting goals and overall evaluation of performance to support the business goals, values and culture.
Essential Duties and Job Functions
- Inform the design of performance management by functioning as the subject matter expert for the company
- Research and stay abreast of current best practices and thinking about performance management design
- Collaborate with Talent management, Compensation and HRBPs to review the current design
- Lead a team of business leaders to review the current design, review best practices and recommend any changes to the client's performance management philosophy and process
- Manage the twice a year cycle of performance management including system preparation, communication, calendar maintenance and calibration
- Manage the process for setting and evaluating Corporate goals including preparation for Executive and Board review
- Train HRBPs and managers in all aspects of performance management including 360 degree feedback, performance feedback and goal setting
- Explore project based and real time feedback processes and mechanisms
- This role will also be required to support the Workday Performance Management Module working with the HRIS team
MINIMUM Knowledge, Experience and Skills
- 6+ years of relevant experience, a BS is minimally required, an MBA is preferred.
- Must have experience in Performance Management Design.
- Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills are required. Must possess well-developed influencing skills.
- Requires an in-depth working knowledge and understanding of Human Resources legislation/employment law, principles, policies, and procedures.
- Must be able to exercise judgment and independently determine and take appropriate action within defined HR policies and procedures.
- Work is performed without appreciable direction. Exercises some latitude in determining objectives and approaches to assignment.