Talent Management Associate Partner - Office of Advancement Georgetown University
Location: Washington, D.C.
Internal Number: 4934438
Talent Management Associate Partner - Office of Advancement Georgetown University
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Talent Management Associate Partner - Office of Advancement - Georgetown University
Georgetown University's Office of Advancement's (OA) Talent Management team serves as the trusted advisor in the deployment of talent management strategies as we embark on Georgetown University's most ambitious capital campaign goal of raising $500 million per year by fiscal year 2026. The Talent Management team manages initiatives and provides thought leadership and partnership in the areas of recruiting, hiring, inclusivity, organizational design, professional and career development, onboarding, staff engagement and retention, department communications, and workforce analytics to support a safe, inclusive and high-performing culture. The Talent Management team is made up of seven partners whose roles are designed to be cross-functional generalists and who may also own specific functional aspects of Talent Management. Together, the Talent Management team plays a critical role in supporting and facilitating the personnel growth and evolution of the Office of Advancement needed to achieve fundraising goals and growth for this campaign and beyond. Across the next four years, the Office of Advancement is predicted to grow by approximately 35% by adding over 100 staff, including 20-25 development officers.
The Talent Management Associate Partner - a key partner in providing an exceptional talent experience for staff members of the Office of Advancement - serves a critical support and program management role in OA. They support the execution of requisition management, talent reviews, performance review cycle, and initiatives and programs designed to drive engagement, retention, and professional development; and play an important role in recruiting, hiring, and onboarding new OA staff.
Work Interactions and Work Mode Designation
Reporting to the Senior Talent Management Partner, Talent Management Associate Partner supports the overall vision of Talent Management to be a trusted advisor in the Office of Advancement on matters related to talent management, and to collaborate with other talent management partners, senior leaders, managers, and employees throughout the Office of Advancement and the University on all matters related to talent management. They also collaborate with the University HR function to ensure that Advancement talent management initiatives are aligned, and may identify other partners within Georgetown offices, faculty, and staff throughout the campus, as well as outside vendors. Other interactions may include IDEAA, Finance Partners, as well as DEI -focused (internal/external) organizations to achieve the office's DEI vision.
The Talent Management Associate Partner, interacts with multiple stakeholders, including but not limited to:
OA managers and employees
University Human Resources and Benefits
University Counsel's Office
Office of International Programs
Hoya Staffing Director and Recruitment Specialists
Institutional Diversity and Equity and Affirmative Action Director and VP
Safety and Environmental Management Office
Emergency Preparedness Office Director and Training Program Coordinators
Department of Public Safety Director and Safety Officers
Payroll Manager and Representatives
Federal Work-Study Program Office Manager and Coordinators
Office of the VP Advancement
This position has been designated as Hybrid. Please note that work mode designations are regularly reviewed to meet the University's evolving needs. Such review may necessitate a change to a position's mode of work designation. Complete details about Georgetown University's mode of work designations for staff and AAP positions can be found on the Department of Human Resources website: https://hr.georgetown.edu/mode-of-work-designation.
Requirements and Qualifications
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience
At least 2 years of related professional experience
Demonstrated relationship-building skills (both internally and externally)
Organization skills and strong attention to detail
Demonstrated oral and written communication skills
Mission-drive and service-orientation
Demonstrated business acumen
Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-volume, and ambiguous environment
Ability to organize and prioritize time in the face of competing priorities
Proven professional composure, discretion, judgment, and ability to judiciously manage sensitive and confidential information carefully
Strong facilitation/presentation skills
Proven experience working independently and collaboratively with a team
Demonstrated project management experience
A passion and interest in organization development and talent management
Proficiency with MS Office and Adobe Acrobat
And Understanding of employment laws and best practices, plus familiarity with university policies and procedures
Strong mentoring and coaching skills
Additional studies or degree in human resources or business administration or similar courses in fields like industrial relations, industrial psychology, or organizational management
Experience in higher education, fundraising/development/alumni relations, and an understanding of the nature of a university
Proficiency with and capability to learn as regarding ATS, CRM, and web/social media platforms
Familiarity with developing and executing training/developmental programs
Recruiting coordination experience
Understanding of LinkedIn & strategic sourcing tools
Data analytics and research experience
Knowledge of Google Suite
Ability to present to audiences and create engaging presentations
Georgetown University's Office of Advancement is committed to cultivating a safe, equitable, diverse, and inclusive work environment that honors the diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives of our broader colleagues and broader Georgetown community. Consistent with our Jesuit values, we aim to foster a culture that accepts and cares for each individual, and we believe this is central to achieving our goals in support of Georgetown's mission. Learn more about the Office of Advancement here.
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