Citi ROHQ TLP Talent and Development Lead Analyst in Manila, Philippines

  • Primary Location: Philippines,National Capital,Manila

  • Other Location: Singapore

  • Education: Bachelor's Degree

  • Job Function: Human Resources

  • Schedule: Full-time

  • Shift: Day Job

  • Employee Status: Regular

  • Travel Time: Yes, 10 % of the Time

  • Job ID: 18065266

Description

  • The Talent and Learning Team consult across the Asia Pacific franchise, aiming to maximize organizational performance to meet current and future business objectives

  • This is achieved by partnering with the business to identify opportunities and initiatives relating to the development of capability, talent, and leaders; diversity and inclusion; and business performance

  • Our team is responsible for identifying, analyzing, sourcing/developing, implementing, and evaluating solutions for businesses, in full partnership and collaboration with relevant business leaders, HR and regional/global colleagues

  • We are embracing a digital and growth mindset, owning our own development and leveraging the power and breadth of Citi’s diverse talent as we aspire to be the best for our clients and each other

Job Responsibilities:

  • Form close, collaborative and trusted relationships with business leaders, HR seniors and regional/global Talent & Learning (T&L) team members – ensuring strong, proactive communication links exist to all stakeholders

  • Understand the business, market/country and HR needs and priorities, collaborate with the business, HR Advisors (HRAs), Recruiting, L&D, Talent & Diversity partners, external partners etc., regionally and globally, to create and execute the Talent Management, culture, D&I, L&D, executive development, and human capital strategy aligned to these needs. Manage analytics and reporting, execution, and evaluation for all elements of the strategy

  • Accountable for the initiation, implementation, communication and measurement of key strategies and processes relating to a strong diverse bench of future leaders including talent review/succession planning, diversity, talent development, performance management, etc.

  • Partner closely with HRAs, Campus, Program Management and Diversity, to manage, evaluate and enhance high potential development programs to build internal talent pipeline (selection, assessment, assignment management/mobility, retention initiatives, training, off-program placement, performance management and career counselling); manage high potential program nominations for global and regional programs

  • Partner with other HR teams for the production of senior slates and ensure right people in the right roles at the right time

  • In partnership with the business and key HR partners, identify, assess, coach, and develop a strong diverse talent pool for the Bank of the future.

  • Identify, assess and articulate a learning need, then source and deliver the curriculum/program/solution to address an individual, team, or organizational opportunity or gap

  • Identify the need for external specialists/vendors, then source, brief, and evaluate the vendor (including executive coaches)

  • Leverage data to identify opportunities and provide insights for the business on potential areas of focus and initiatives (identifying future roles/ resources; succession and development requirements)

Qualifications

  • Extensive experience in project management, communications or related in a global environment, with complex stakeholder groups

  • Previous experience in talent management strategy and/or diversity and/or learning & development is preferred

  • Ability to collaborate, challenge and influence internal stakeholders at various levels in a matrixed environment

  • Excellent consulting skills, and client relationship management skills to partner effectively with senior business leaders and HR partners. Ability to manage expectations and value diverse opinions

  • Excellent analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills with attention to detail

  • Demonstrated expertise in executing impactful, effective and innovative solutions

  • Capable of performing effectively in complex situations with limited guidance, and unafraid to challenge the status quo

  • Ability to prioritize multiple multi-geography concurrent projects and adapt to rapidly evolving and changing priorities; resilient and flexible

  • Displays initiative, with a strong desire to learn the business and stay up to date with developments in areas of expertise, as well as external industry developments

  • Expert facilitation and presentation experience with excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Bachelor degree in related field is preferred

Citi is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Minority/Female/Veteran/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.