Talent Growth Manager (Human Resources) Bicol Agency

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To apply, email your résumé to:
CIresumes@children.org

Reports to: Bicol Agency Director
About Children International

Children International - Bicol, Inc. (CIBI) is a non-profit, non-sectarian, non-political service-oriented locally registered organization with offices and operations in Bicol, which is an affiliate of Children International, a global development organization based in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.

Children International’s (CI) belief is that investing in children and youth, and empowering them to be agents of change in their communities, is the single best answer to breaking generational poverty. The organization’s focus is on engaging children and youth in four key development areas: healthy behaviors, education, empowering life skills and employment preparation. Children International directly invests in more than 200,000 children and youth through 13 agencies in 10 countries around the world.

CI’s vision is to bring people together to end poverty for good. People are at the heart of everything we do, internally and externally. In Talent Growth we live our vision by unleashing people’s talents, potential and passion. We partner with the organization’s leadership to build a high performance value-driven culture where every CI employee and volunteer feels valued and part of a winning team, doing meaningful work in an environment of trust.

To achieve our TG vision, we design and implement innovative people practices - selection, learning and development, leadership development, team effectiveness, succession management, performance and potential management, change management, and compensation philosophy and practices. We equip our leaders with the right mindset, tool set and skill set so that they can create the right conditions for their teams to succeed and fulfill CI's mission and vision. Please note that this position will be based in the Philippines.

Position summary

The Talent Growth Manager is employed by Children International - Bicol, Inc. (CIBI) and reports to the Agency Director. The position is responsible for, in partnership with the agency’s leadership, building a high-performance value driven agency culture that is conducive to the fulfillment of our vision and mission.

This position works closely with the Global Talent Growth team in the design of innovative practices and is accountable for successfully implementing them at the agency - recruitment, development, performance and potential management, compensation and succession management. As a strategic partner, he/she will provide direction and will execute on specific local talent growth needs.

The Talent Growth Manager will also coach and mentor team leaders on how to best build effective teams and on difficult people management issues. This position is responsible for the integrity of our employee relations ensuring compliance of Children International policies and practices, human rights, local employment law and other regulations that impact employee relations and organizational governance.

Key Responsibilities

  • Partner with the agency leaders to build a high performing value-driven agency culture.
  • Champion our CI values, and ensure alignment between our core values and the different local practices, policies, process and initiatives.
  • Implement best-in-class processes for recruiting, on-boarding, assessing, developing and engaging the local talent pool.
  • Implement the global succession management process to build a pipeline of agency future leaders that are identified early and developed through training and experiences.
  • Implement local employee and volunteer engagement initiatives so that every Agency member feels valued and part of a winning team, doing meaningful work in an environment of trust.
  • Implement the Global Performance Management process and discipline that sets stretch objectives and encourages significant feedback and coaching for individuals across the agency to successfully meet these targets.
  • Manage CI’s compensation and benefits philosophy and systems within the agency, ensuring internal equity, transparency and understanding from local employees and positive performance impact.
  • Model collaboration, partnership and communication with the agency’s leadership team to ensure the TG practices are fully aligned and truly enable the agency’s goals.
  • Coach, advise and mentor team leaders in people management issues and team building.
  • Support the leadership development initiatives to ensure the agency leaders have the right mind set, skill set and tool set to build high performing teams.
  • Partner with the Global and Regional Talent Growth Team in the design and continuous improvement of the Talent Growth practices.
  • Champion change and partner with the agency’s leaders to lead change management efforts.
  • Support internal communication initiatives within the agency to enable alignment, productivity and growth.
  • Ensure local TG processes and practices are adding value and continuously improved.
  • Maintain updated knowledge of and ensure compliance with CI Policies, human rights, local employment-related laws and regulations.
  • Assess other people related needs of the agency, identify solutions and lead the implementation of those in partnership with other key leaders.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
  • An undergraduate degree is required.
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience of which at least 1 year is in a leadership position driving talent growth practices such as recruitment, development, leadership development, succession management, performance management.
  • Demonstrated ability to link people practices to organization performance, outcomes and improvements.
  • Desirable coaching and mentoring knowledge and experience.
  • Fluent in English.
PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
  • Must possess a passion for children and youth and be committed to making a difference in the world.
  • Embodies our CI core values.
  • Ability to maintain a calm work atmosphere while concurrently operating in a results-driven, high accountability environment.
  • Embraces change and champions innovation and transformation.
  • Champions diversity and has a synergistic mindset.
  • Strong communication, listening and influencing skills.
  • Must have leadership potential – including intelligence, humility, courage and energy.
  • Ability to build and maintain effective relationships at all levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to partner with leadership to develop teams.
  • Drive for continuous learning and personal development.

We are an equal opportunity employer. Our talent acquisition procedures reflect our commitment to promoting diversity within the organization, alignment to our vision, mission and values as well as protecting children and vulnerable youth from abuse and exploitation. Interested individuals can send their resumes to ciresumes@children.org.

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