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CNBC is seeking a motivated and experienced HR Director. This is a unique and dynamic opportunity to provide human resources leadership and support for the CNBC and News Finance. This role will be responsible for driving key HR initiatives in the areas of talent acquisition, performance management, change management, employee coaching, compensation planning, succession planning, employee experiences, and training & development. This is an opportunity to create and drive workforce programs that are designed for the unique dynamics our workforce. This position will report into the VP of Human Resources, CNBC.
• Provide sound HR guidance and collaborate with business leaders to execute and enable business goals
• Leverage both qualitative and quantitative data to help shape and inform organizational decisions, including but not limited to organizational design and leadership development
• Partner with management to develop and implement training and strategies to retain internal, and attract external, talent
• Work with managers and our Talent Acquisition team to identify key external talent and build out talent pipeline strategies
• Drive key HR initiatives across departments including workforce development, succession planning and innovative growth programs
• Provide coaching to team leaders and employees, offering feedback and advice on organizational issues
• Work to resolve employee and organizational issues in a proactive and positive manner
• Manage complex employee relations issues including organizational structures and investigations
• Uncover, assess, and propose opportunities for strategic improvements and operational enhancement
• Produce accurate and clear work of high quality
• Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related field of study
• Minimum 8 years relevant HR experience including employee relations and organizational development
• Proven HR leader with the ability to generate a vision and strategy to guide the organization through change, rethinking the way they look at decisions
• Natural ease working with and relating to employee needs in a fast-paced, ever-changing, matrixed environment
• Demonstrated ability to interact with a range of personalities and styles and be able to establish effective relationships at all levels, responding effectively and timely to demanding internal clients
• Trusted business partner with strong communication, interpersonal, organizational, and critical thinking skills
• Takes ownership; able to establish self as ''go-to'' HR resource
• Excellent leadership, problem solving, project management, and presentation skills
• Proven influencer with excellent conflict resolution skills
• Extremely flexible, highly organized and able to easily shift priorities
• Ability to analyze data and use data to tell a story
• Detail-oriented with excellent follow-through
• Ability to work independently and autonomously - juggling multiple priorities across various stakeholders
• Ideally has experience supporting a digital /editorial production teams
• Prior experience supporting a workforce comprised of both full-time employees and contractors/contingent workers
• Ability to manage time effectively to meet deadlines
• Interested candidates must apply to be considered
• Must be willing to work in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, with work in New York, NY as needed
• Hybrid: This position has been designated as hybrid, generally contributing from the office a minimum of three days per week.
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