Director Of Talent Acquisition & Mobility Fluor Corporation Irving
Director Of Talent Acquisition & Mobility
Short Description :
In applicable field of study and eighteen 18 years of workrelated experience Partners with Corporate Communications to develop Fluors employment brand and establishes strategic social media presence as required Demonstrated high level of interpretive thinking, mature ,…
Full Description :
The Director of Talent Acquisition & Mobility will lead a team with ownership of setting a compelling recruiting strategy and efficient operating model. The role will be responsible for the full recruitment life cycle and will ensure the function has the right capabilities to enable an optimized candidate experience. The Director of Talent Acquisition & Mobility will be influential at the Sr. Management level with the ability to implement tactically at the ground level. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable of current and emerging trends in talent acquisition, and a reputation for producing exceptional results by hiring the best, diverse talent. Additionally, this position will need strong knowledge of immigration, tax implications, and assignment provisions to provide oversight of our Global Expat program. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Partners with HR Operations leaders and HR Business Partners to identify workforce needs, hot skill areas and capabilities required to strengthen the organization and prepare for future needs
Manages key talent acquisition campaigns including but not limited to critical executive new hires, global new graduate/internship hiring, military Veteran outreach, and strategic diversity and inclusion hires.
Manages, motivates and develops a global talent acquisition team of Recruiters & Specialists.
Leads the strategic direction of recruiting in alignment with long-term business and workforce plans, factoring in market challenges and risks.
Assesses and improves the talent acquisition operating model to ensure an exceptional candidate experience and meet our internal client’s needs.
Continuously evaluates processes and utilize sound metrics to drive improvement, think beyond the status quo, question how things might be different, and develop creative ideas for alternatives.
Partners with HR technology and makes recommendations on enhancement, utilization and full optimization of recruitment technology systems.
Contributes recommendations for effective talent acquisition processes and workflows that strengthen the company’s ability to quickly and effectively attract, assess, select, hire and onboard talent.
Establishes sourcing and recruiting research strategies to create a viable, sustainable pipeline of exceptional, diverse talent.
Educates stakeholders and promotes Talent Acquisition policies on topics such as agency use, job posting requirements, Affirmative Action and social recruiting.
Ensures legal compliance with regard to all talent acquisition initiatives and Affirmative Action planning.
Set strategy and manage outsourced mobility program including vendor management and working with our managed service provider on international assignment structuring, presentation of researched conclusions and recommendations of alternative courses of action or changes in policies & provisions.
Oversight of Global Expats and Project Hire assignments.
Develops and maintains relationships with Hiring Managers, HR Business Partners and Key Stakeholders including Shared Services Team who support Talent Acquisition processes and key HR Operations team members who support mobility services.
Partners with Corporate Communications to develop Fluor's employment brand and establishes strategic social media presence as required.
To be Considered Candidates:
Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located and be able to interview on site., Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located.
Basic Job Requirements
Accredited four (4) year degree or global equivalent in applicable field of study and eighteen (18) years of work-related experience
Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and other stakeholders
Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job
Ability to learn and apply knowledge of applicable local, state/province, and federal/national statutes and guidelines
Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
Proven experience communicating with impact to Sr. Level Management audience will be essential
Strategic thinking, business acumen, consulting, coaching and analytical skills are a requirement.
Knowledge of employment and immigration laws and OFCCP requirements.
Oversight of expat mobility program with strong knowledge of immigration, tax implications, and assignment provisions.
Strong understanding of recruiting best practices, sourcing techniques and solutions, lifecycle methodologies, and related systems administration.
Demonstrated understanding of business process outsourcing and strategic shared services execution model in a multi-national environment.
Must have demonstrated leadership and change management skills.
Experience managing multiple vendor contracts for outsourced services.
A demonstrated track record of developing and hiring talent, and experience managing a large team.
Strategic thinking and results oriented mindset, with an ability to relentlessly focus on priorities and deliver sustainable results.
Exceptional leadership presence with the ability to forge cross-functional partnerships.
Client relationship skills including the ability to manage client expectations; proactively recognize client needs and adapt quickly.
Operational strength evidenced through consistent execution, agility and decisiveness.
Ability to travel as needed.
This position can be in Dallas or Houston
Other Job Requirements
KEY SUCCESS FACTORS:
Customer Focus: unwavering focus on customer satisfaction
Creative thinker: Solving problems with an innovative mindset. Needs to be brave, curious, and demonstrate flexibility in solving challenges in changing and ambiguous situations.
Hands-on: intellectually curious with natural initiative
Multi-tasker: demonstrate an uncanny ability to prioritize key objectives while managing daily tactical requirements
Agility: flexible with enough adaptability to operate in a technical, fast moving organization
Interpersonally skilled: have a proven track record as a relationship builder, team player, collaborator, coach and facilitator. Tact, diplomacy and ability to collaborate with internal and external clients.
Analytics: Metrics that measure results, efficiency and customer satisfaction. Analytical and metrics orientation with the desire and ability to use metrics to gain awareness and visibility to support a position and to “tell a story.”
Accredited four (4) year degree or global equivalent in Psychology, Education, Human Resource (HR), Industrial Relations, or related fields
Advanced degree in Organization Development, Instructional Design, Psychology, HR, Education, or related fields
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) certification, or applicable HR accreditation
Certification in various leadership, management, and professional training programs
Participation in professional associations, meetings, and conferences
Demonstrated high level of interpretive thinking, mature judgment, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills with the ability to provide high quality independent analysis, conclusions, and recommendations
Skill demonstrating the capability to run a medium to large project
Effective presentation skills including public speaking and excellent written and oral communication skills
Strong organizational, project management, and leadership skills
Strategic business sense and organizational savvy
Ability to build trusting relationships, gain credibility, and partner with leaders, peers and employees
Exhibit team orientation and positive relationships with all levels of employees
Intermediate to advanced knowledge of cultures and cross-cultural collaboration
Demonstrated ability to be discreet with confidential company and employee information
Experience in development/implementation of policies, procedures, and methods
Experience working closely with operational management
Experience negotiating contracts and establishing relationship with outside agencies/vendors
Experience with budgetary and functional strategic objective responsibilities
Experience working with offices globally
Ability to achieve results in a fast-paced, dynamic environment with shifting priorities and deadlines
Proficient computer and software skills to include the use of word processing, email, spreadsheets, and electronic presentations
Basic knowledge of internal database applications for designated discipline