An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Talent and Organisational Consultant Manager to join our Corporate Human Resources function.
Ideally based a commutable distance from our UK HQ in Maidenhead, the TOC Manager will be pivotal as we expand our UK headcount in delivering a talent pipeline, ensuring organizational effectiveness, building appropriate business structures and supporting Business Human Resources effectively to enable efficient and effective delivery of services.
What you’ll do :
Work with the business & HR leaders to assess, diagnose, plan and implement strategic talent and OE solutions to support business strategy.
Work with the business & HR leaders to build our talent pipeline, foster cross-divisional talent sharing and implement our talent development processes and solutions.
Develop an overall training plan to meet the current and planned HR requirements of the organisation.
Work proactively with L&D partners to design and implement talent and organization plans, including talent management, training, organization effectiveness, org design, culture, leadership development and change management.
Liaise with area managers to develop and implement training, development, and succession plans that are appropriate for their business needs and consistent with the overall training strategy.
Facilitate leadership team meetings, leadership alignment, onboarding and coaching.
Build capability to include the necessary experiences, skills and knowledge on how to improve and sustain business performance for the business and the TOC Team.
Lead, direct, evaluate, and develop OD / OE interventions.
A continuous learner and innovative thinker, you will leverage Best Practices, TD Expertise and Benchmarks across Abbott and beyond to design and deliver better / faster / more innovative / simple implementable solutions.
Apply specialist knowledge and skills in the design, development and delivery of training programs including working collaboratively with managers on learning needs of their staff through vehicles such as training needs analyses.
What you’ll need :
At minimum a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline, Masters degree ideal
Significant business experience in a similar role (healthcare industry not essential).
Superb communication skills are essential, as well as excellent presentation skills.
Willingness to travel between multiple UK sites (up to 50% of the time) & occasionally to sites in EMEA.
As you’d expect from an innovative global healthcare company, we offer excellent salaries and a competitive range of benefits including a defined-contribution pension scheme, private healthcare, life assurance, and a flexible benefits scheme, alongside fantastic development opportunities.