Global Network Talent Programme Manager

Programme Manager – Fully Remote – Outside IR35 – £400/day – 9 Months – HR and Business

I am currently supporting a key Public Sector client looking to hire a Global Network Talent Programme Manager. The GN Talent Programme Manager will manage a programme of work to develop an approach that secures a diverse & talented pipeline of international leaders for the Organisation’s Global Network.

Responsibilities include fully diagnosing challenges and opportunities in the current approach; working across the HR and business teams to develop fully costed recommendations for the new approach; designing both the programme and ongoing model to support and sustain the approach; launch of the programme, including comms and change management to support this.

The programme manager will lead on delivery of the above in conjunction with internal specialists across resourcing, talent & development and reward (as necessary) who will provide design expertise.

Global Network Talent Programme Manager Role Summary –

This role will work as a member of the Global Network (GN) HR team and will collaborate with teams across the Global HR team to develop and deliver the programme.

The Global Network is the team that is responsible for oversight of the organisations network overseas, with a small core team in the UK and a wider team based overseas, including Regional and Country Directors. The organisation operates in over 100 countries globally.

Following a period of transformation and the introduction of a new operating model, there is a significant opportunity to develop a new approach to developing international leaders and managing talent across the network. The role holder will be responsible for managing the programme to develop and deliver this new approach.

Main Duties –

Consultancy, Analysis & Problem Solving

  • Diagnose progamme requirements using data
  • Agree detailed objectives and deliverables with business sponsors and CoE leadership teams

Professional services expertise

  • Determine options & recommendations, working with specialists in Resourcing, Talent & Learning and Development and, if required Reward Centres of Expertise
  • Use understanding of organisation development to create an integrated solution, including recommending any policy, process and technology requirements

Product Development

  • Lead the process to develop of any new learning, talent or resourcing products, policies and / or technology, working with CoE specialists

Commerical & Financial Management

  • Develop case for investment as required

Relationship and Stakeholder Management

  • Actively plan for and manage stakeholder relationships across business and HR teams

Programme Management

  • Apply appropriate programme management methodology (likely to be agile methods & design cycles) and manage delivery of activity, including ongoing evaluation.
  • Develop and oversee budget
  • Develop & manage communications plan

Essential criteria:

  • Experience of working within learning development, talent management, organisation development or related disciplines within an HR function or a consultancy
  • Experience of managing delivery a programme plan with multiple stakeholders
  • Experience of working in a matrix environment and delivering outcomes without direct line management responsibility
  • International experience
  • Finance and resource management
  • Experience of a similar scale – international, large, matrix organisations

If this role is of interest, please apply below.

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2301-330374
Salary per: day
Job Duration: 9 Months
Job Start Date: ASAP
Job Industries: Programme & Project Management Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Contract

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