Talent Associate

Job Type

Full Time

Published

07/26/2018

Address

38 East 32nd Street
New York
New York
10016
United States

Description

The Talent Associate will provide critical support for GHS’s growing New York Office in a number of key areas. Reporting to the Director of Talent, the Talent Associate will be help ensure a seamless and inspiring interview process for all GHS candidates. The Talent Associate will also perform a number of critical administrative roles that foster employee engagement and build upon our vibrant, mission-driven and fun culture.

The ideal candidate will excel at building relationships, organizational skills, attention to detail, and writing for a variety of diverse audiences.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Talent Acquisition:
  • Support the Director of Talent on key outreach and recruitment initiatives
  • Support pipeline development for our Global Health Fellows Program by coordinating planning for on-campus events, being a point of contact with career centers, and answering questions from potential candidates and supporters
  • Own all operational aspects of GHS interview process, including candidate correspondence, scheduling, and feedback collection
  • Oversee job postings for all open GHS positions, ensuring that they remain current and are publicized on the best sites
  • Talent & Employee Engagement:
  • Working with Office Administrator, support the planning and execution of office-wide events
  • Coordinate bi-annual performance management process and maintain promotion and compensation databases
  • Support scheduling for GHS career development and training initiatives, as well as regular employee engagement meetings
  • Human Resources and Administrative Support:
  • Manage onboarding of new employees, including orientation and IT set up
  • Provide key administrative support for GHS employee benefits and payroll for NY and UK offices
  • In collaboration with the GHS Wellness Committee, support wellness initiatives for the NY office.
  • Maintain and disseminate employee policies and procedures
  • Maintain the GHS consultant database and support other administrative projects as needed
  • Schedule meetings and travel itineraries for the Director of Talent

Qualifications of the Ideal Candidate: 

The ideal candidate is outgoing, organized and eager to learn core aspects of talent, human resources, and operations in a global, mission-driven organization. The candidate must be incredibly detail-oriented, even when juggling many competing priorities, and able to execute on responsibilities quickly and at a high level. The candidate must also be a concise, polished writer who can tailor their style to suit the needs of different audiences. Experience in a talent, recruiting, or HR role is preferred, but not required. While no one candidate embodies all the qualifications enumerated below, the ideal candidate will possess many of the following attributes and experiences:

  • 1-2 years of experience in an HR, Talent, or Operations support role at a high-performing, results-oriented organization
  • A natural intellectual curiosity and demonstrated ability to quickly learn new issues (e.g. global health) so that they can credibly share our work with prospective candidates and supporters
  • Superior organization and prioritization skills
  • Ability to operate with discretion when dealing with confidential employee information
  • Bachelor’s degree is required

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement


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