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Talent Enablement Consultant
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Provide support on developing and deploying Talent Enablement programs and projects; apply consultative subject matter expertise on Talent Enablement programs and projects to divisions. The Talent Enablement team is responsible for the strategy, design, and execution of all talent programs and projects across the Enterprise.
KEY JOB FUNCTIONS
- Supports the development of Talent Enablement strategy, programs, and projects including: Engagement, Organizational Culture, & Surveys; Talent Development & Career Management (e.g. Succession Planning); Organizational Governance & Effectiveness; Talent-to-Value and Leadership Programs; Skills Inventory & Taxonomy; Executive Leadership Onboarding; Performance Management.
- Consults, supports, and influences management problem-solving and decision-making to maximize talents value to division(s).
- Support and partner with Heads of HR and HCC team members on building out tools, systems, and processes, making enterprise-level programs relevant and actionable at the division-level, and driving division-focused work as opportunities to scale across the enterprise.
- Educates on Talent Programs/Projects, including knowledge transfer to Heads of HR and HCC team members.
- Represent divisions needs and requirements in the buildout of enterprise-level talent programs and initiatives.
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required
- 6+ years of related experience
- Center of Excellence mindset, with the ability to work across the Enterprise to drive strategic thinking about functions as well as owning global responsibility for process.
- Deep understanding of drivers of business value and business strategy and their link to the potential skill-building needs.
- Understanding of the drivers of business value in MF/Corp division, and Fannie Mae overall to link gaps and opportunities that HR capabilities can address.
- Exceptional self-management and ability to act autonomously.
- Structured problem-solving skills.
- Continuous improvement skills and feedback mindset.
- Awareness of best practices for talent programs, including performance management, succession planning, skills taxonomy, leadership onboarding, culture/engagement.
- Strong communication skills.
- Strong executive presence.
- Understand the sensitivity of personal matters and the need to maintain strict confidentiality.
As a condition of employment with Fannie Mae, any successful job applicant will be required to successfully complete a background investigation.
Req ID: 55674