HR Business Partner
The Nielsen Company - Schaumburg, IL

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The North American
Professional Services HR Team focuses sourcing, building and engaging talent to
continue to build a world class team. We are looking for a strong, talented
individual who is willing to jump in and drive change across the organization. This
role will report directly to the SVP, HR and will have visibility into the day
to day running of the business.

As a member of the North
American Professional Services HR Team, the Director, HR Business Partner
(HRBP) will partner with one or more Senior HR Business Partners to translate
business strategy into HR action to drive business results. You will develop appropriate
human capital plans for one or more client groups in support of key business
needs in a dynamic, changing environment.

Key Responsibilities

Include:
Partner with leadership and
their teams to develop and implement strategic HR initiatives to achieve
organizational and operational effectiveness.

Consulting with clients to
define roles, design the organizational structure and increase
organization effectiveness. Work with clients to continually push the
talent agenda, and drive a performance management culture.

Deliver against required HR
activities using established processes and technology

Provide leadership and
expertise for the full scope of HR functions (OD, Compensation &
Recruiting).

Conduct annual talent reviews
including succession planning and facilitation of talent moves. Work with
clients on workforce planning and compensation design.

Facilitate communications
throughout the organization including employee opinion surveys

Counsel managers on HR issues;
including policies, procedures, practices

Additionally, this role
will play a critical role in defining and owning the talent strategy for the
North American Consumer business. You will lead and/or support the

following:
Identify continuous improvement
opportunities across the business via better use of talent, processes and
technology

Drive an
integrated approach to talent management (i.e. performance management,
capability building, talent growth, and retention.)

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree required.

7 to 10 years of HR generalist
experience.

Consultative approach to
problem solving and delivering value.

Strong
interpersonal/communication skills, the ability to build strong working
relationships across all levels of the organization

Good sense of humor, outgoing,
engaging and flexible. Ability to think outside the box

Creative, smart and willing to
drive change. Ability to influence and gain trust and credibility quickly

Ability to work in ambiguous
situations and identify and solve issues quickly

Demonstrated success in
analyzing HR metrics and providing thoughtful, creative recommendations
for action

Technical proficiency in
Microsoft Office applications

Consumer Goods and Consulting
experience a plus

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