Talent Management Partner in Lynn, MA at Eastern

Date Posted: 12/4/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Lynn, MA
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    At least 7 year(s)
  • Date Posted:
    12/4/2019

Job Description

When you join Eastern Bank, you join the largest and oldest mutual bank in the country. We pride ourselves in having knowledgeable and experienced professionals that can provide the expertise, personal attention and service our customers deserve.

As the fourth-largest full-service commercial bank in Greater Boston, we are able to offer you unique opportunities for career growth throughout the organization, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits program.

As an inclusive company, we work to ensure that our valued employees are treated fairly, recognized for their individuality, and encouraged to reach their fullest potential. These values have earned us a reputation as a great place to work and provide a strong reason why you should consider a career with us.


The Talent Management Partner serves as the HR lead for Talent Management, Leadership & Manager Development, Performance Management, and Organization Design.  Serves as a resource for HR Business Partners on the process.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Manage the Talent Review process, improve the effectiveness and utility of the Reviews over time.  Ensure ongoing development plans are in place and actions are following plan.  Ensure appropriate representation at community leadership programs (e.g., UMass Boston, GBCC, Stonier, etc.).  
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive strategic road map for the Eastern Employee Experience--spanning the employee life cycle, specifying interconnections with HR and departmental management, and identifying strategic roadmap for changes to improve the overall Employee Experience. 
  • Manage all aspects of our Performance and Talent Management eHub systems.  Create and collaborate on execution of the strategic roadmap for these subsystems over time. 
  • Responsible for the design, execution, analysis, communication, and action planning of annual employee engagement survey.  Manage the relationship with the vendor.  Work with HR Business Partners and Division/Department Managers on survey reporting, interprets results, and drives the action planning process. 
  • Manage multiple vendor relationships in support of training initiatives, assessment tools, and designated system needs.  Assist in conducting RFP processes, contract negotiations, and oversees vendor engagements.
  • Manage and determine training needs for programs that may vary in scale.  Analyze the impact of training programs, and make recommendations for changes, as needed.  And, provides executive level reporting on training initiatives.
  • Proactively keeps abreast of innovation and trends leading the education and learning space.  Incorporate best practices and learning theory into overall learning strategies and program offerings.



Job Requirements

  • BA/BS degree in related field and/or a minimum 7 years teaching and/or training in a business setting. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as take direction is required.   
  • A solid understanding and/or experience in project management required. 
  • Ability to manage multiple large-scale projects to ensure on-time delivery and quality using both internal and external resources.
  • Effective and adaptable communication to successfully work collaboratively with trainers, project management, and with formal and adhoc teams.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; must be able to build relationships across the organization through tact, poise, professionalism, teamwork and the ability to collaborate with a variety of diverse personalities. 
  • Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships and work effectively as a team player in a fast-paced team environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to embrace change and be productive in a fast-paced environment while efficiently and effectively handling changing priorities.
  • Demonstrated strong problem-solving skills; must be able to work under pressure to resolve logistical, technical and scheduling problems quickly and professionally. 
  • Demonstrated ability to deal with routine and non-routine situations and exceptions, and to independently plan and organize work while managing many priorities.