Lead HR Specialist

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Apr 20, 2019
Apr 26, 2019
Human Resources
Employment Status
Full Time

Job Description

About us:

Target is an iconic brand, a Fortune 50 company and one of America's leading retailers.

Target Human Resources is well known for its signature ability to build the very best teams, and we infuse our work with Target's distinctive retail brand by continuously experimenting, evolving and innovating. With the chance to positively impact nearly 350,000 people worldwide in our stores, distribution centers and headquarters, you'll be a strategic partner to both the leaders and the team members who elevate and nurture the Target guest experience. Our dynamic, passionate and responsive team comprises specialized people-professionals from several diverse disciplines. We operate behind the scenes to create a progressive culture of value, respect, reward and professional advancement.

As a Lead HR Specialist you will be a key strategic partner for leadership and a valuable resource for team members. Whether through onboarding, performance management or giving leaders and team members the guidance that they need to be successful, you will be a knowledgeable and committed resource. You'll make a positive impact on how team members experience organizational change, and you'll use information and close partnership with leaders to build the teams that achieve their specific business goals.

Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals. As a Lead HR Specialist, you'll take the lead as you…

• Act as first point of contact for the client group, supported by partnering with Payroll, Human Resources Operations Center (HROC) and Administrative Assistants to ensure team member questions are handled in a timely manner

• Support the staffing process by partnering with the HR Business Partner (HRBP)/HR Manager (HRM), hiring managers and the staffing team to post positions, facilitate interview schedules, prepare offer recommendations and ensure keying of team member changes

• Provide administrative support to HRBP/HRM teams including calendar management, meeting coordination, creating/editing PowerPoint presentations, photocopying, filing, processing of invoices and other administrative duties as needed

• Ensure SOX compliance and integrity of team member data and reporting relationships through timely keying of team member movement and partnership with the HROC

• Plan and execute HR cyclical processes through assigned captainships which may include: Talent Planning, Annual Performance Review and Merit Process, Best Team Survey, Nomination Courses, Target Welcome or other captainships as assigned

• Provide support and coordination of ongoing talent management processes including report creation, data analysis, team member data updates and maintenance in the talent planning system, and creation of tools to facilitate planning discussions

Core responsibilities of this job are described within this job description. Job duties may change at any time due to business needs.

About you:

• Two to four-year degree or equivalent experience

• Strong computer skills including spreadsheets, word processing, SharePoint and other web-based tools

• Displays strong prioritizing, organization, problem solving and decision making skills

• Strong guest service orientation and ability to interface with all levels of the organization

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Ability to work with confidential information


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