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Principal Administration & Planning (Chief Administrative Officer - Global Talent & Development)

New York, New York
Human Resources


Job Description

Reports to Global Head of Talent and Development and a member of the senior leadership team.  Serves as the de facto chief of staff for all business management matters for the global talent and development function. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: ·         Lead and manage all organizational, operational, and financial aspects of the Global T&D function ·         Lead project manager for initiatives and deliverables within Talent & Development and broader HR; providing status updates and overseeing execution ·         Manage the department/group operating budget management; assist in the development of the operating plan ·         Plans strategic off-sites and management meetings, ensuring agenda and material are prepared accordingly ·         Responsible for preparing global head of T&D for management meetings and executive-level updates ·         Prepares and/or creates effective and engaging presentations for executive and/or board-level presentations; must possess sound skills in this area ·         Applying sound analytical skills, responsible for interpreting and preparing management reports ·         Oversees and manages all staff-related activities in conjunction with department lead ·         Drafts organizational announcements in partnership with HR Communications; managing sensitive information appropriately ·         Provide guidance and support to senior team on the implementation and delivery of key initiatives ·         Partners with all of the HR COEs and HR Business Teams as needed for talent programs and organizational matters ·         Act as representative for the T&D function; frequent interaction with peer management as well as organization leadership ·         Leverage cross-functional experience in human resource planning, project management and business analysis ·         Oversee initiatives affecting the department/group; manage IT or other capital resource allocation for the department/group. ·         Oversee compliance activities across the department/group and advise leadership on potential legal, regulatory or compliance risks ·         Advise on policy, procedural, operational and risk issues; and recommend new policies and procedures within the department ·         Operates independently using strong professional judgement and thought leadership ·         Demonstrates a sense of urgency and can operate independently to prioritize multiple projects/deliverables ·         Communicates effectively to achieve objectives through consensus building, negotiation and persuasion and able to leverage relationships across the organization ·         May manage or oversee team members in support of executing within the role

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in a related discipline or equivalent combination of education and experience required

MBA preferred 8-10 years of experience in financial services or business partner function preferred as well as experience within a PMO function highly preferred At least 5 years in project management or applicable business or function and cost-effective budgetary responsibility Experience in the securities industry is a plus. Superior communications skills in order to manage cross department initiatives Ability to convey authority and expertise to effectively direct peers on behalf of leadership Adept communication, with the ability to consensus build, negotiate and persuade, leveraging relationships across the organization Strong relationship building for frequent interaction with peers and senior leadership Experience in HR planning, finance, accounting and MIS, business analysis and project management

 



BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities/Females/Individuals With Disabilities/Protected Veterans.


Primary Location: United States-New York-New York
Internal Jobcode: 70703
Job: Human Resources
Organization: Global Talent & Development-HR06285
Requisition Number: 1815390