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The Walt Disney Company Manager, HR Business Partner in Burbank, California

  • Facilitate the consistent application, implementation and improvement of HR policies, processes, and programs (e.g., merit and promotion, planning, performance management, employee relations, career development, headcount planning, etc.)

  • Drive people engagement strategies that foster an environment where all employees are respected and valued

  • Drive the implementation of HR strategies and initiatives that align with the business priorities and goals of TWDS

  • Assess organizational performance, identify talent gaps, and propose HR solutions that support the business

  • Partner with the TWDS and Enterprise Center of Excellence (COE) Support functions to leverage functional expertise

  • Build compelling presentations leveraging workforce analytics and insights to focus leaders on relevant business issues and assessing potential solutions

  • Integrate diversity and inclusion strategies into business plans to ensure an inclusive approach to the workplace

  • Translate near and long-term operating goals into HR processes, projects, and assignments and integrates and initiates the work with key stakeholders and functional partners to ensure appropriate solutions are delivered to support business strategies

  • Be available to all employees as a coach, counselor, and mentor; be effective at rallying everyone toward the common goals of the Studio and be an effective bridge builder across all functions and levels within the organization.

  • 5+ years experience in human resources, organization development, training or related talent planning field

  • Experience working with Union populations a plus

  • Understands how to influence change within dynamic environments

  • Demonstrated success in synthesizing complex business data and developing innovative and holistic solutions

  • Demonstrated ability to manage complex projects that cut across multiple business units, teams and HR partners from inception through completion

  • Ability to maintain a broad view of the business and deliver solutions that balance individual client and overall Studio needs

  • Ability to focus on critical issues to balance and respond to competing priorities

  • Strong consulting and influencing skills; ability to think strategically

  • Strong facilitation skills applicable across formal and informal (eg, coaching, mentoring) approaches

  • Strong diagnostic, problem solving, and analytical skills

  • Strong interpersonal and developed presentation skills with a proven ability to communicate and manage well at all levels of the organization

  • Exceptional collaboration skills and ability to effectively work across functions and organization

  • Embraces working and operating in a highly collaborative and communicative environment

  • Ability to manage and thrive within ambiguity

  • Innovative and creative in approach to accomplish work

  • BA/BS degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Business or equivalent experience

  • MBA or MHR preferred

The Walt Disney Studios seeks a Manager, Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) to join the Human Resources team. This team is a highly visible department that plays an integral part in key talent decisions across the Studio organization.

The Manager, Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) will support multiple client groups including Operations, Security, and Facilities & Services functions, collaborating with business leaders, executives, and the Director, HRBP to guide the development of HR strategies that attract, develop, and retain talent. The ideal candidate will have a combination of strong business acumen, Human Resources (HR) and Organization Development (OD) expertise, Union environment experience, and consulting skills.

As a forward-looking business partner, the Manager will proactively assess business performance to identify gaps and initiate partnerships to develop HR solutions that promote organizational and employee effectiveness. The role will partner with Corpoorate HR to understand client strategy and influence its strategic direction. The ideal candidate will have experience in strategy development, organization design, diversity and inclusion, and talent management strategies that builds client focus, efficiency, speed, and results. The Manager will work closely with HR infrastructure (e.g., Compensation, Recruiting, ER, Training, Labor Relations, and OD) and functional partners (e.g., Finance, Communications) to deliver solutions and change management plans that provide sustainable benefits. The Manager will also serve as an advisor to business leaders regarding HR policies and processes (e.g., merit and promotion planning, performance management and talent planning) in order to optimize employee engagement and productivity.

Required Education :

  • BA/BS degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Business or equivalent experience

Preferred Education :

  • 5+ years experience in human resources, organization development, training or related talent planning field

  • Experience working with Union populations a plus

  • Understands how to influence change within dynamic environments

  • Demonstrated success in synthesizing complex business data and developing innovative and holistic solutions

  • Demonstrated ability to manage complex projects that cut across multiple business units, teams and HR partners from inception through completion

  • Ability to maintain a broad view of the business and deliver solutions that balance individual client and overall Studio needs

  • Ability to focus on critical issues to balance and respond to competing priorities

  • Strong consulting and influencing skills; ability to think strategically

  • Strong facilitation skills applicable across formal and informal (eg, coaching, mentoring) approaches

  • Strong diagnostic, problem solving, and analytical skills

  • Strong interpersonal and developed presentation skills with a proven ability to communicate and manage well at all levels of the organization

  • Exceptional collaboration skills and ability to effectively work across functions and organization

  • Embraces working and operating in a highly collaborative and communicative environment

  • Ability to manage and thrive within ambiguity

  • Innovative and creative in approach to accomplish work

Company Overview :

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Job ID: 747317BR

Location: Burbank,California

Job Posting Company: Studio Entertainment

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