• Competitive
  • New York, NY, USA
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Moody's
  • 2019-03-25

VP - HR Business Partner

Location: New York, NY, USA

The Vice President, HRBP will have overall accountability for developing and leading all aspects of Human Resources for Lines of Business within Moody's Analytics. He/she will report to the Managing Director, HR for Moody's Analytics. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of working with leaders to implement forward-leaning human capital strategies, establish quantifiable performance standards, enhance corporate culture, and fully engage a diverse, global workforce. They will lead the creation of integrated and aligned strategies for talent acquisition, talent management, total rewards/executive compensation, learning and organization development, and HR technology. The leader must provide value as coach and counsel to the business leader and his team providing a disciplined framework for this team to use to think through challenges and make decisions for the business. Specifically, this HR leader will help position the business for growth both organically and through acquisition and help lead the business transformation as it digitizes and scales globally doing so across a highly matrixed organization.

• Meeting key business goals, job function, organizational design, performance management, employee relations, change management, talent development, & work force planning
• Partnering with leadership to reinforce an accountable, performance driven culture
• Assisting in hiring to drive talent necessary to support business growth
• Using KPIs to measure performance
• Leading the talent review process for the business
• Providing leadership & management coaching at all levels
• Development & execution of HR strategy
• Understanding the value chain of the business & operations

Business Partnership
• Responsible for applying an understanding of the business and industry (its products, customers, processes, innovation, competitors, broader industry, performance relative to competitors, customer satisfaction, etc.) and sharing insights into where the enterprise should focus
• Communicates as an official spokesperson for the function within the enterprise and industry peers in a variety of settings
• Works collaboratively with other areas of HR and the Talent and Performance COE

Continuous Improvement & Benchmarking
• Provides thought leadership on factors likely to shift the industry and business as it relates to talent and its implications related to those shifts. Understands the potential impact on the business and creates a compelling vision on how the enterprise should position itself for competitive advantage
• Utilizing an expert knowledge of the business, industry, and external market factors, understands, translates, and provides insight into the performance of human capital against competitor and industry trends
• Drives continuous improvement and value to capture opportunities within a complex enterprise.

Qualifications
Required • Bachelor's degree required.
• 12 to 15 years or more of progressively responsible HR-related experience of which 5 or more were in a senior HR Generalist/HR management role.
• Understand and know how to work in a matrixed model - both corporate, functional and geographic.
• Experience with dispersed workforce.
• Several years' experience in a Center of Expertise function such as: Talent Management, Organizational Development, Workforce Planning, Compensation and Benefits preferred.
• Strong business acumen and analytical skills.
• Strong leader and people manager.
• Strategic/critical thinker with business acumen.
• Solid project management background and experience with HR technologies.
• Excellent facilitation, public speaking, interpersonal, and communication skills.

Preferred
  • MBA or Master's degree or equivalent preferred.
  • Ability to think globally and/or international experience preferred.


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