As a Talent Developer, you will be responsible for the following activities :
With regard to behavioral, managerial and leadership skills, by defining each employee’s development goals and leading appropriate actions while drawing on available resources: evaluations, training, coaching, etc.
By conducting career assessments at specified intervals or upon request.
– By defining objectives for each employee’s professional development within the position’s scope and/or Total as a whole.
At each major stage of a job change.
Oversees mobility within their workforce:
Provides for appropriate staffing for all jobs within the position’s scope while monitoring compliance with Group policies (diversity, etc.)
Ensures the integrity, transparency and fairness of the internal mobility process and plays a role in decision-making.
Coordinates mobility activities within the position’s scope, within the segment and across Total, including posting job openings and
Challenges and develops managers/business managers in their role as manager-coach:
Manages people reviews in an advisory role informed by their knowledge of the workforce and the key skills required for the métiers within
the position’s scope. Develops talent pools for each métier. Assists the manager in creating individual training plans.
Assesses the potential of employees within the position’s scope in order to identify candidates for the HP/HPG programs,
bearing in mind Total’s policies on diversity.
Provides support to the manager regarding organizational issues, interpersonal relationships and psychosocial risks
Verifies that employee skill sets correspond to organizational needs as métiers evolve, and works with management to define
Implements [segment to add/modify as appropriate] HR policies relating to operating personnel (merit-based raises, AP, AIR, HP
employees, etc.) and ensures compliance with those policies.
Serves as the HR contact person for team managers within the position’s scope.
Coordinates talent development activities for their métier within the position’s scope
As a Talent Developer, ideally you will possess the following :
Education: College/university degree
Experience: At least 10 years of successful experience in a field with a strong HR and management focus.
Skills: Strong ability to work independently; big-picture perspective; listening skills; ability to generate new ideas and demonstrate conviction, influence and leadership; ability to develop managers and their teams; excellent communication skills; ability to make decisions; goal-oriented.