Global Human Resources Business Partner Global Human Resources Business Partner …

State Street
in Boston, MA, United States
Permanent, Full time
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State Street
in Boston, MA, United States
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
State Street
Global Human Resources Business Partner
We are looking for an experienced HR professional to join our Global Human Resources team. In this Boston-based role you will provide strategic human resources support to the Global Institutional Group (GIG), the commercial team responsible for driving growth in the Global Advisors business. The team is globally diverse and consists of approximately 400 professionals.

Essential Responsibilities:
  • Partner with global and regional business leaders to develop and execute both long-term and short-term HR strategies that directly support and enable business priorities
  • Strategically collaborate with clients to design and implement effective organizational structures
  • Act as an organizational team build organizational capabilities and partner with leaders to maximize team performance
  • Provide timely, effective and direct coaching to clients, assisting in the development of contemporary leadership skills (e.g. talent assessment & development, succession planning, performance management, employee engagement)
  • Define & execute talent assessment strategy for the organization; support the team's succession planning efforts in line with evolving business needs
  • Ensure performance management and reward practices drive appropriate performance differentiation and contribution
  • Partner with leaders to enable a contemporary organizational culture, and use change acceleration techniques to assist in driving positive change; support business leaders in fostering an organization culture that values all manners of diversity
  • Lead client groups through critical HR operating rhythms e.g. TCP, Talent Review, etc.
  • Partner with HR specialist functions/COEs as needed to support business objectives, e.g. Total Rewards, Talent Acquisition, Talent Development, Employee Relations
  • Educate and ensure compliance with the Company's HR initiatives, processes and practices
  • Provide occasional backup support for fellow HRBP teammates on an as-needed basis

Basic Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's Degree, preferably in a business-related discipline
  • A minimum of 8 years of diverse HR experience; client-facing experience is a strong differentiator
  • Experience in a corporate environment; global responsibility a plus
  • In-depth understanding of HR concepts and principles gained through direct work experience, with a solid understanding of the "why" behind policies and practices
  • General knowledge of employment laws and regulations, including exposure to jurisdictions beyond the U.S.
  • Ability to translate strategic business directives into HR action plans focusing on meaningful areas of impact
  • Strong process skills and project management experience
  • Successful track record of business impact through use of HR skills, including influencing and project management
  • Experience coaching and advising leaders
  • Ability to be a healthy disruptor and challenge the status quo even if the view is unpopular

Desired Characteristics:
  • A minimum of 10 years of client-facing HR experience
  • Master's degree in Business, Labor Relations/Human Resources, or Organizational Psychology
  • Strategic mindset and business acumen
  • Passion for innovative HR solutions and process improvement
  • Experience in financial services
  • Experience that has contributed to an understanding of the asset management industry including roles, business processes, and organizational structure
  • Approachable and responsive
  • Proficiency with Excel and Powerpoint
  • Hands-on experience with a human capital management system such as Workday
  • Solid communication skills, verbal, written and presentation; ability to effectively communicate recommendations and rationale to internal stakeholders
  • Demonstrated ability to influence outcomes and present to all levels of the organization
  • Team member who is able to work collaboratively - excellent interpersonal and facilitation skills
  • Proven critical thinking and analytical skills, with ability to creatively problem solve - results driven
  • Inquisitive approach to solving complex or unfamiliar problems, seeking appropriate inputs to develop optimal solutions; ability to assess situations and make judgments based on practice or previous experience
  • Highly organized, with clear attention to detail
  • Self-motivated individual with ability to work in an environment where priorities may change frequently; aptitude to self-direct
  • Proven work ethic
  • Demonstrated personal and professional integrity