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Talent Management Partner

  • ... Cleveland, Ohio, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 49980 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 05, 2024       Expires on: Mar 21, 2024

Talent Management Partner   

JOB TITLE:

Talent Management Partner

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Cleveland Ohio United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Position Type:
Administration and Professionals
Date Posted:
2024-02-05
Location:Administration or As Assigned
INTRODUCTION: CONTEXT AND MISSION
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) serves approximately 37,000 students in 100+ schools.
Over the past several years, the Greater Cleveland community has united behind the collective goal of ensuring every child in Cleveland attends a high-quality school and every neighborhood has a multitude of great schools from which families can choose.
The Cleveland Plan defines CMSD’s approach to the reinvention of public education and holds our community accountable for the success of Cleveland’s schoolchildren.
The Cleveland Plan is supported by Ohio House Bill 525, which provides much-needed flexibility and autonomy for the district and its schools.
Our schools have autonomy over human and financial resources in exchange for accountability for
performance.
The principal has primary responsibility and accountability for establishing his or her school as a high-quality, high-expectations academic center with a focus on personalized instruction, professional support for teachers, and school-wide practices that lead to measurable results.

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has developed standards of excellence that the district applies to all parts of the organization inclusive of schools, principals, school leadership teams, networks, and central office.
Alignment between Standards of Excellence (SoE) and the district’s Theory of Action helps ensure that principals are able to focus on scholar achievement and that central office supports are timely and effective.


Our Vision for Learning in a Post-Pandemic World:

In our pursuit of a more fair, just, and good system of education, we want each of our learners, both each of our scholars and each of their educators, to be individually and collectively presented with academically / intellectually complex tasks that are worthy of their productive struggle and allow them authentic opportunities to demonstrate their work and their learning of academic content and transferable skills in a joyful and adventurous environment.


THE OPPORTUNITY:

Location: Administration or As Assigned
Reports to: Talent Manager, School Based
FLSA Status: Exempt
Salary Band: 13
Compensation: $ 49,980.
- $ 69,972.


The Talent Management Partner will be responsible for strategically supporting school-based hiring managers to improve staffing and talent management outcomes.
The role will involve working closely with hiring managers to support department staffing and be a strategic partner with leaders throughout the organization on various people-related issues.
Provide expertise in employee relations, workforce planning, organizational development, performance management, policies and procedures, talent development, and engagement.
Responsibilities
  • Form partnerships with stakeholders to collaborate in support of the District’s goals.
  • Counsel hiring managers on a broad range of human resource issues (e.
    g.
    , talent development, engagement, diversity & inclusion, staffing, retention, performance management, policies and procedures, and employee relations)
  • Participate in recruiting talent to the organization, which may include attending recruiting events, screening candidates, setting up or conducting interviews, managing the hiring process
  • Support recruitment & staffing processes and enhance selection and interview processes across departments and the District.
  • Ensure fair and equitable practices for any talent decision
  • Provide talent information through reports and presentations, assist in analyzing relevant HR data (e.
    g.
    , quality of hires, turnover, absenteeism, performance management), Develop and execute plans to implement talent best practices
  • Support hiring managers in evaluation processes and collaborate with staff to leverage high performers and ensure effective improvement or exiting of low-performers.
  • Develop and execute professional development on talent topics
  • Guide new hires through the onboarding process and effective use of talent tools, including Workday
  • Establishes credibility throughout the organization to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues.
  • Partner with HR colleagues in talent acquisition, payroll, substitutes, benefits, employee relations, and compensation to ensure the holistic delivery of human resources support to the District.
  • Perform other related duties as required
We expect our Partners to:
  • Motivate and influence others to act.
    We’re counting on your ability to communicate complex information compellingly and strategically to hiring managers.
    You are comfortable inspiring senior leadership when they join the organization and can influence decision-makers at all levels of an organization.
    You know how to tell a straightforward story and persuade your audience to take action.
    You understand how to find common ground with stakeholders and build coalitions to support ambitious goals.
  • Grow our talent.
    One of your most significant responsibilities and privileges will be to welcome new people to CMSD.
    You will onboard and develop talent to maximize our impact.
  • Support sustainability and growth.
    You understand and consider external conditions that affect the organization’s work, actively advocate for change, and successfully propose new services that align with strategic priorities when necessary.
    You build and maintain a strong network and are viewed as a leader within the larger field.
  • Contribute to management teams.
    You have experience working with teams of senior leaders.
    You contribute valuable perspectives to colleagues, manage functions outside your core expertise, and understand how to be a constructive contributor to a team.
Qualificatio Bachelor Degree in Human Resources or Related Field and HR Certification Preferred.
  • Bachelor's degree in human resources, public administration, education, management, business or related field, preferred
  • Experience in a school district or other educational environment preferred.
  • 3-5 years of demonstrated experience in human resources.
  • Understanding of HR and District policies and procedures.
    Preferred knowledge of FLSA, ADA, FMLA, EEO, and other state and federal employment laws.
  • Proven experience working collaboratively in a team-oriented environment.
    Preferred experience in practices of inclusion.
  • Results-driven, with excellent planning and organizing skills
  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills, both verbal and written.
    Able to diffuse a difficult situation
  • A personal sense of accountability around the ultimate success of CMSD transformation
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including experience leveraging staff and developing talent
  • Deep knowledge of the issues and dynamics of inequity in education and passion for CMSD's mission
  • Successful in overcoming significant barriers to meet goals in a fast-paced and changeable environment
  • Able to critically assess challenges and identify flexible, effective solutions
  • Ability to perform multifaceted tasks with minimum supervision
  • Able to travel (to school sites, occasional conference/career fairs) and work flexible hours
  • Valid Ohio driver's license
Working Conditions/Physical Demands
  • Expected moving, walking, and standing consistent with an office environment and occasionally lifting up to 15 pounds
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms
  • The employee is frequently required to talk and hear.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus
Education
To Apply
Please submit your resume and application using Workday, our online human capital management system.
Please note that an offer of employment will be subject to the successful completion of an FBI/BCI background check and drug screen.
EEO Statement
We believe that equity and inclusion at CMSD is an essential call to action, a catalyst to ensure value and appreciation among all our employees, so we may be fair and welcoming now and in the future.
CMSD provides equal opportunities for employment, retention and advancement of all personnel by administering all terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, sex, disability or genetic information, age, citizenship status, military status, sexual orientation or expression, socio-economic status, title, other dimensions of identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The District’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Discriminatory Harassment, and Sexual Harassment and the District’s Title IX grievance procedures, including information on how to report or file a complaint of discrimination, how to report or file a formal complaint of sexual harassment, and how the District will respond, may be accessed on the District’s Civil Rights Notices webpage, available at ClevelandMetroSchools.
org/domain/105.
The District’s Title IX Coordinator / Director of Equal Employment Opportunity may be reached at:
1111 Superior Avenue East, Suite 1800
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
(216)-838-0070
TitleIX_EEO@ClevelandMetroSchools.
org

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 05, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

49980 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707372227-170487adf003fa36ddd7bad975f2abc3

LOCATION:

Ohio United States

CITY:

Cleveland

Job Origin:

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Position Type:
Administration and Professionals
Date Posted:
2024-02-05
Location:Administration or As Assigned
INTRODUCTION: CONTEXT AND MISSION
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) serves approximately 37,000 students in 100+ schools. Over the past several years, the Greater Cleveland community has united behind the collective goal of ensuring every child in Cleveland attends a high-quality school and every neighborhood has a multitude of great schools from which families can choose. The Cleveland Plan defines CMSD’s approach to the reinvention of public education and holds our community accountable for the success of Cleveland’s schoolchildren. The Cleveland Plan is supported by Ohio House Bill 525, which provides much-needed flexibility and autonomy for the district and its schools. Our schools have autonomy over human and financial resources in exchange for accountability for
performance. The principal has primary responsibility and accountability for establishing his or her school as a high-quality, high-expectations academic center with a focus on personalized instruction, professional support for teachers, and school-wide practices that lead to measurable results.

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has developed standards of excellence that the district applies to all parts of the organization inclusive of schools, principals, school leadership teams, networks, and central office. Alignment between Standards of Excellence (SoE) and the district’s Theory of Action helps ensure that principals are able to focus on scholar achievement and that central office supports are timely and effective.

Our Vision for Learning in a Post-Pandemic World:

In our pursuit of a more fair, just, and good system of education, we want each of our learners, both each of our scholars and each of their educators, to be individually and collectively presented with academically / intellectually complex tasks that are worthy of their productive struggle and allow them authentic opportunities to demonstrate their work and their learning of academic content and transferable skills in a joyful and adventurous environment.

THE OPPORTUNITY:

Location: Administration or As Assigned
Reports to: Talent Manager, School Based
FLSA Status: Exempt
Salary Band: 13
Compensation: $ 49,980. - $ 69,972.

The Talent Management Partner will be responsible for strategically supporting school-based hiring managers to improve staffing and talent management outcomes. The role will involve working closely with hiring managers to support department staffing and be a strategic partner with leaders throughout the organization on various people-related issues. Provide expertise in employee relations, workforce planning, organizational development, performance management, policies and procedures, talent development, and engagement.
Responsibilities
  • Form partnerships with stakeholders to collaborate in support of the District’s goals.
  • Counsel hiring managers on a broad range of human resource issues (e.g., talent development, engagement, diversity & inclusion, staffing, retention, performance management, policies and procedures, and employee relations)
  • Participate in recruiting talent to the organization, which may include attending recruiting events, screening candidates, setting up or conducting interviews, managing the hiring process
  • Support recruitment & staffing processes and enhance selection and interview processes across departments and the District.
  • Ensure fair and equitable practices for any talent decision
  • Provide talent information through reports and presentations, assist in analyzing relevant HR data (e.g., quality of hires, turnover, absenteeism, performance management), Develop and execute plans to implement talent best practices
  • Support hiring managers in evaluation processes and collaborate with staff to leverage high performers and ensure effective improvement or exiting of low-performers.
  • Develop and execute professional development on talent topics
  • Guide new hires through the onboarding process and effective use of talent tools, including Workday
  • Establishes credibility throughout the organization to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues.
  • Partner with HR colleagues in talent acquisition, payroll, substitutes, benefits, employee relations, and compensation to ensure the holistic delivery of human resources support to the District.
  • Perform other related duties as required
We expect our Partners to:
  • Motivate and influence others to act. We’re counting on your ability to communicate complex information compellingly and strategically to hiring managers. You are comfortable inspiring senior leadership when they join the organization and can influence decision-makers at all levels of an organization. You know how to tell a straightforward story and persuade your audience to take action. You understand how to find common ground with stakeholders and build coalitions to support ambitious goals.
  • Grow our talent. One of your most significant responsibilities and privileges will be to welcome new people to CMSD. You will onboard and develop talent to maximize our impact.
  • Support sustainability and growth. You understand and consider external conditions that affect the organization’s work, actively advocate for change, and successfully propose new services that align with strategic priorities when necessary. You build and maintain a strong network and are viewed as a leader within the larger field.
  • Contribute to management teams. You have experience working with teams of senior leaders. You contribute valuable perspectives to colleagues, manage functions outside your core expertise, and understand how to be a constructive contributor to a team.
Qualificatio Bachelor Degree in Human Resources or Related Field and HR Certification Preferred.
  • Bachelor's degree in human resources, public administration, education, management, business or related field, preferred
  • Experience in a school district or other educational environment preferred.
  • 3-5 years of demonstrated experience in human resources.
  • Understanding of HR and District policies and procedures. Preferred knowledge of FLSA, ADA, FMLA, EEO, and other state and federal employment laws.
  • Proven experience working collaboratively in a team-oriented environment. Preferred experience in practices of inclusion.
  • Results-driven, with excellent planning and organizing skills
  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills, both verbal and written. Able to diffuse a difficult situation
  • A personal sense of accountability around the ultimate success of CMSD transformation
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including experience leveraging staff and developing talent
  • Deep knowledge of the issues and dynamics of inequity in education and passion for CMSD's mission
  • Successful in overcoming significant barriers to meet goals in a fast-paced and changeable environment
  • Able to critically assess challenges and identify flexible, effective solutions
  • Ability to perform multifaceted tasks with minimum supervision
  • Able to travel (to school sites, occasional conference/career fairs) and work flexible hours
  • Valid Ohio driver's license
Working Conditions/Physical Demands
  • Expected moving, walking, and standing consistent with an office environment and occasionally lifting up to 15 pounds
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms
  • The employee is frequently required to talk and hear.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus
Education
To Apply
Please submit your resume and application using Workday, our online human capital management system. Please note that an offer of employment will be subject to the successful completion of an FBI/BCI background check and drug screen.
EEO Statement
We believe that equity and inclusion at CMSD is an essential call to action, a catalyst to ensure value and appreciation among all our employees, so we may be fair and welcoming now and in the future. CMSD provides equal opportunities for employment, retention and advancement of all personnel by administering all terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, sex, disability or genetic information, age, citizenship status, military status, sexual orientation or expression, socio-economic status, title, other dimensions of identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The District’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Discriminatory Harassment, and Sexual Harassment and the District’s Title IX grievance procedures, including information on how to report or file a complaint of discrimination, how to report or file a formal complaint of sexual harassment, and how the District will respond, may be accessed on the District’s Civil Rights Notices webpage, available at ClevelandMetroSchools.org/domain/105. The District’s Title IX Coordinator / Director of Equal Employment Opportunity may be reached at:
1111 Superior Avenue East, Suite 1800
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
(216)-838-0070
TitleIX_EEO@ClevelandMetroSchools.org

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