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Talent Process Analyst III

Washington, District of Columbia
Human Resources

Job Description


Fannie Mae provides reliable, large-scale access to affordable mortgage credit in communities across our nation. We are the leading source of funding for housing in America, which means more people can buy or rent a home. We are focused on sustaining the housing recovery, improving our company, and leading change to make housing better.

Join our diverse, high-performing team and make a difference as we work together to enable access to a good home.

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Support Talent Enablement programs and projects with Human Resources (HR), specifically in the areas of organizational governance and effectiveness, skills inventory and job architecture, and performance management. The Talent Enablement team is responsible for the strategy, design, and execution of all talent programs and projects across the Enterprise.


  • Own end-to-end lifecycle of Talent Enablement programs and projects on a day-to-day basis, using a consultative approach to design, strategize, and execute: Organizational Governance and Effectiveness, Skills Inventory and Job Architecture, and Performance Management.
  • Remain current on emerging trends, industry insights, best practices, and technologies / tools to aid in the development and execution of Talent Enablement programs and initiatives.
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholder relationships, including third party vendors, for talent programs and initiatives.
  • Proactively redesign processes to meet the needs of existing and future programs.
  • Support interlock with other centers of excellence to ensure key dependencies are accounted for as a part of the strategy, design, and execution of Talent Enablement programs and initiatives.
  • Integrate and streamline all appropriate talent processes with HR Business Delivery, Shared Services, OD, and Human Capital Planning processes.
  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required    
  • 6+  years of related experience 
  • Experience in succession planning, critical role identification, talent development programs, performance management, culture/engagement strategy, and other talent programs across a Fortune 500 organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to write clearly, succinctly, and in a manner that is tailored to the unique needs of a given audience.
  • Ability to consistently develop polished, error-free work products that reflect logical storyboarding.
  • Understanding of business drivers and their relevance and application to Talent Programs.
  • Proven experience serving as a role model and mentor for peers and junior staff.
  • Exceptional self-management and ability to act autonomously, and proven experience effectively prioritizing workload to meet deadlines and work objectives.
  • Structured problem-solving skills.
  • Continuous improvement and feedback mindset.
  • Ability to manage up with strong executive presence and anticipate the needs of clients, supervisors. 

As a condition of employment with Fannie Mae, any successful job applicant will be required to successfully complete a background investigation.
Fannie Mae is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Req ID: 56805