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Human Resources Manager

Job Description: Merrill Lynch Wealth Management (MLWM) is comprised of more than 14,000 advisors and 6,000 client associates in the firm's U.S. Wealth Management group and over 300 private wealth advisors in its Private Banking & Investment Group. Merrill Lynch serves millions of individuals, small businesses and institutions representing more than $2 trillion in client assets. The HRM will work with an HRE to support two organizations within MLWM organizations aligned with the responsibilities outlined below.  The HRM will face off with the Market Executives, Division Leadership team and Home office leadership teams directly.  The HRM will develop and execute tactical plans at the business unit level to achieve strategic objectives, and combine strong organizational development skills and change management skills with core HR skills (staffing, compensation, employee relations) to help the business achieve its objectives. The role is required to be located in Charlotte, NC or Pennington, NJ. Key Responsibilities: Drives initiatives focused on culture & conduct, employee satisfaction, diversity, learning, and leadership development. Drives change and organizational health through organization design, execution of efficient organizational models, and effective workforce planning Leads the year-end compensation process and partners with comp on recommended in year market assessments Participates in talent planning initiatives including critical assessment of talent, employee development, coaching and resource rationalization. Designs, develops, and delivers on organizational development / effectiveness initiatives focused on improving performance, productivity, and team cohesiveness Partner with business leadership, talent acquisition, finance and compensation on headcount planning, end-to-end hiring and offer process Engage with Employee Relations, Legal and/or Compliance teams on people related situations across both client groups On-boards new executives, and provides executive coaching on an ongoing basis Leads/Participates in LOB HR initiatives Job Profile Summary: Develops HR strategies that impact large, complex business units within a major line of business. Business units supported are generally national in scope. Develops and executes tactical plans at the business unit level to achieve strategic objectives. Combines strong organizational development skills and change management skills with core HR skills (staffing, compensation, associate relations) to help the business achieve its objectives. Required Knowledge, Skills, Experience, and Education: To be minimally qualified for this role, a candidate must have: 5-10 years of HR Generalist experience - broad experience across all areas of HR Extensive experience in client management around complex strategic HR issues such as talent management, org design/development, change management, etc.   Proven ability to influence using a balance of technical HR expertise, business acumen, and relationship skills A proven track record in developing strategy and driving change to help drive business results and execute on key initiatives  Experience in analyzing and interpreting organizational and workforce planning data and being able to tell a story around it Experience managing in a fast-paced, rapidly-changing, geographically dispersed and highly complex environment. Strong relationship management skills and the ability to develop strong interpersonal alliances at all levels Ability to partner with other key leadership partners such as Finance, Technology, Staffing, Learning, Leadership and Development and Compensation. Strong Microsoft Office skills/written presentation skills Desired Knowledge, Skills, Experience, and Education: Experience within the financial services and/or investment banking industry is HIGHLY preferred A Bachelors Degree in HR Management or a related field. Masters Degree in HR Management or a related field. Job number: 18060131
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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