Talent Business Partner – Children’s Home Society of Florida

Do you have what it takes to reshape the future for children?

Do you believe in empowering children and families to realize their full potential?

Are you ready for a meaningful career that impact lives for generations?

Then Children’s Home Society of Florida is for you!

As a Talent Business Partner you will execute talent engagement processes for a designated region to confirm that CHS is equipped to meet its strategic talent goals and objectives. With a focus on exceptional service, the incumbent serves as a strategic partner and executes onboarding and orientation, recruitment, performance management, professional development, recognition, supervisory consulting and employee relations activities to enhance CHS’s talent effectiveness, capability, engagement and team member experience.

Uplifting mission-driven work culture
Growth and professional development opportunities
Great benefits package, including generous paid time off and holidays
Opportunity to make a positive difference in children and families within your own community!

Serve as a strategic partner and execute talent engagement processes to confirm that CHS is equipped to meet its strategic talent goals and operational objectives, while developing and maintaining an exceptional level of customer service.

Participate in regional leadership meetings to represent Talent and provide regular updates and support as needed.
Participate in the talent acquisition process, including participation in local career fairs and college recruiting functions.
Execute the team member onboarding process, including new hire orientation, cultural assimilation, training and performance planning, and introductory team member check-ins (30, 60, 90 days).
Participate in the performance management process and assist leadership in team member feedback and evaluation.
Deliver regular training programs to educate supervisors on CHS policies and practices, including harassment, employment practices, behavioral interviewing, etc., and to build supervisor skills sets in coaching, conflict and team leadership.
Provide consultation to team members and supervisors in talent policy and practice interpretation.
Assist the Talent Relations Manager in complaint/grievance investigations and agency responses.
Assist leaders in developing and executing team member corrective action, performance improvement and coaching plans.
Work with regional leadership to create developmental plans for team members; engage in succession planning activities.
Identify and recommend team member training needs; support regional and field offices in leveraging training tools.
Support leadership in recognizing and demonstrating appreciation for team members.
Support team member Wellness initiatives to help improve team member health and well being.
Support team member engagement survey planning, execution, feedback and action planning.
Conduct stay and exit interviews, when necessary, and provide data to Talent Engagement for action planning.
Contribute to talent program strategy, while fostering open communication and cross-functional collaboration across CHS.

Planning, organization, time, project management, process improvement, oral/written communication
Interpersonal relationship building, collaboration, teaming, conflict resolution
Train, coach and positively influence supervisory and management leadership
Foster the creation of a positive work environment and a high level of team member engagement
Perform under strong demands in fast-paced, diverse, sometimes ambiguous environments
Perform at a high level of autonomy, with general supervision
Handle highly stressful, sensitive situations; maintain confidentiality and professional boundaries
Meet critical deadlines, while maintaining attention to detail, accuracy and quality
Solve varied problems and document results using sound judgment
Be energetic, passionate, and adaptable with a deep commitment to social service, empathy for children and families and a positive approach to embracing and managing change

Bachelor’s degree in Business, HR or related field from an accredited university
Equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered
Professional In Human Resources (PHR or SHRM-CP) certification, desired
Three to five years of progressive Talent/HR experience
Experience in supporting multiple geographic locations
Demonstrated results in collaborating to improve team member performance and engagement

As the leading, most reputable organization in Florida serving children and families, Children’s Home Society of Florida delivers innovative solutions that transform the lives and futures of children and families. When children and families face complex challenges, Children’s Home Society of Florida (CHS) is there – we have been delivering the right solutions at the right time since 1902. With our innovative practices and commitment to excellence, we are the only organization with the size, scope and depth of services that can reshape the future for children. With more than 1,800 team members, CHS is the #1 provider of services and solutions to children and families in Florida.

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