Humera - Administrative and Professional Staffing

Project Manager III

7 days left

Location
Hopkins, MN, United States
Salary
Contact For Rate
Posted
Jan 09, 2018
Closes
Jan 26, 2018
Job Type
Employee
Employment Status
Full Time
Humera is currently seeking a Project Manager III for our client in Wayzata, MN. The purpose of this position is to contribute to the HR Transformation project by providing process management leadership support to the Service Owners/Process Leaders through process design, localization and deployment. The roles look across the specific processes to identify further opportunities for efficiencies and migration of work to CBS. This position will be responsible for owning one or more specific process areas on a global basis such as Total Rewards, Talent (Develop Leadership and Talent), Talent (Supply and Demand), or Core HR processes (such as Payroll, Time and attendance, etc.)

Our client is a company that provides food, agriculture, risk management, financial and industrial products and services around the globe. This is a short-term contract.

Principal Accountabilities:

90% The primary focus of the role is to provide support and guidance to the Service Owners and Process Leaders through the localization and deployment of our processes in North America and Europe and to act as a key resource for CBS migration to ensure process work moving to those centers is handled appropriately, working closely with the HR Regional CBS Migration Leads. This will include the following:

  • Partner with Service Owners and Process Leaders to complete global process design, develop global process templates & complete preparation needed to be ready for localization workshops, including developing Global Reference Documents, Policies, and Tools, creating SOPs as well as Process Metrics, Operational Controls and Key Performance Indicators needed to support each process
  • Co-facilitate localization workshops and process walkthroughs
  • Collaborate closely with Process Management Lead and ensure standards of global process framework are followed
  • Support transition of final process documentation to the Global Process Repository - ARIS
  • Engage with Regional Process Analysts and ensure they are equipped to prepare, organize and conduct localization sessions In each localization session
  • Guide team to adhere to a global template wherever possible
  • Work with Regional Process Analysts to gather local requirements, including identifying regulatory and local requirements and configuring local processes, language requirements, technology gap and change impacts leveraging pre-established Gap Criteria
  • Provide guidance to Regional Process Analysts and ensure any perceived gaps or proposed modifications in the global process design are captured
  • For proposed modifications to Global process, analyze gaps as preparation to send exception through the Governance process, including:
  • Complexity, criticality and risks
  • Change impacts
  • Proposed solution steps
  • Reviews recommended changes against Org Design / Business Case assumptions
  • Validate process flows and related materials with key stakeholders (Service Owners and Process Leaders) and agree on how to manage any unmet requirements
  • Support Service Owners and Process Leaders with development of service pricing strategy and approach
  • Ensure robust execution of Process Management approach including Continuous Improvement and Change Control
  • Support Regional Process Analysts in partnering with CCE to enable the regional deployment team to Conduct Training & Knowledge Transfer, including training stakeholders on new processes and tools as well as ensuring complete training for impacted employees, managers and HR team members
  • Support Regional Process Analysts in playing key role in leading Complete Business Simulation, including testing handoffs and end-to-end process to confirm readiness to transition

10% Development
  • Broaden skill set and expertise through exposure to Process Localization methodology and deployment approach
  • Contribute to improvement of Process Team?s working methods

Required Qualifications
  • Bachelor's/Undergraduate Degree in related field or equivalent years of experience
  • Strategic thinking and operational experience demonstrated through a series of progressive roles over a 5 to 10 year period
  • Exposure to and experience in leading Process/Continuous Improvement initiatives in HR environment including elements of the following:
  • Managing and implementing people processes and solutions in HR
  • Ability to build engagement quickly for long term results
  • Leading or participation in change efforts characterized by effective communications
  • Collaboration with businesses and/or functions
  • Written and verbal fluency in English
  • Ability to partner with leaders and operate at both the strategic and tactical level
  • Ability to drive change and deliver through others
  • Demonstrated track record in taking initiative, working independently and handling multiple priorities simultaneously
  • Demonstrated willingness and ability to partner, build, and sustain positive working relationships
  • Comfort dealing with ambiguity
  • Strong business acumen
  • Results orientated focus
Preferred Qualifications
  • Project management experience
  • Relevant HR experience
  • Previous experience leading regional/global teams in multiple locations for HR or other functional area
  • Post-graduate qualification in field
  • Successful experience including effective development, coaching, and mentoring of individuals/teams and/or direct reports
  • Experience in working for consulting companies
  • Lean/Six Sigma accreditation or alternative

Schedule:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm