Talent & Rewards ManagerManages full cycle talent acquisition for academic and business units throughout The University of Chicago, and ensures pay level alignment. Thoughtfully uses organizational perspective and strategy to create and execute talent strategies, including performance management. Leads the design and implementation of broad-based compensation activities for University staff. Partners with HR Community and People Managers to enable strategic talent delivery, optimization of talent investment and informed pay decisions.-Formalize talent acquisition and compensation strategy and protocols; develop and implement creative ideas for elevating service delivery to campus partners.-Modernize policies and processes to align with evolving market practices and internal campus needs; manage change management and communication strategies across campus.-Lead efforts to support the broader HR Community with four critical talent areas:-Workforce Planning-Strategic Sourcing -Talent Pool Assessment-Successful Selection-Leads efforts to develop job architecture framework for University staff, inclusive of:-Disciplined market based pay grading structure-Formalized titling schematic, by grade-Career pathing and talent movement-Governance model and administrative guidelines-Sustainable maintenance approach-Leads efforts for the development of performance management program; assists with the creation of performance management training and resources for HR Community.-Leverages HRIS and supporting systems to analyze talent and pay trends, and optimize talent investment. Create scorecard to standardize reporting, metrics and benchmarks to measure and drive continuous improvement regarding talent and reward decisions.-Participates as a valued stakeholder in broader HR initiatives. Serve in a consultative role to the University community on various compensation projects, programs, plan designs and options.-Leads efforts to establish effective working relationships with HR Community and leaders in order to create partnerships and encourage collaboration.-Serves as people manager to talent acquisition consultants and compensation analysts; creates high performing, highly cross functional team. -Develops plans for and represents the University at recruitment and compensation focused events, professional associations, colleges/universities conferences and seminars (i.e., Ivy Peer Group).-Manage special projects within area of expertise as needed.
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