UN Jobs in America: HR Business Partner Job at IFC, Washington. The Washington based, global HR Client Services team is looking to recruit one or more HR Business Partner(s) to facilitate the HR agenda for the assigned clients in partnership with IFC Management and staff. Candidates may be considered for immediate openings or future opportunities.
On a day to day basis, s/he serve as an advisor to staff and management and will be for her/his clients the focal point of all HR matters throughout the employment lifecycle, including but not limited to talent acquisition and management, onboarding, staff development and deployment, performance management, workforce planning, compensation and benefits, learning, career counseling, and policy advise.
The selected candidates will report to the HR Client Services Manager, and the respective HR Client Services Cluster Lead, both based in Washington D.C.
UN Jobs in America: HR Business Partner Job at IFC, Washington – Apply by 11/10/2023!
|Job Title||HR Business Partner|
|Organization||IFC – International Finance Corporation|
|Closing Date||Friday, 10 November 2023|
|Location||Washington, DC, United States|
|Preferred Language(s)||Not specified|
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focusing on the private sector in emerging markets. With operations in over 100 countries, IFC utilizes its capital, expertise, and influence to foster markets and opportunities in developing nations.
In fiscal year 2023, IFC committed a historic US$43.7 billion to private companies and financial institutions in developing countries, working to eliminate extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity in the face of global challenges. For further details, please visit www.ifc.org.
Duties and Accountabilities:
Collaborate with the HR Client Cluster lead to develop the HR agenda and implementation plan for the assigned client group(s).
- Gain a deep understanding of the client’s business model and assist managers in identifying HR implications for their workforce.
- Provide guidance to staff and managers on HR policies and practices.
- Offer advice on innovative HR approaches and solutions to address emerging challenges, using sound judgment and leveraging HR resources when necessary.
- Assist managers in creating staffing plans by analyzing trends and staffing scenarios, advising on succession planning, determining appropriate staffing levels and skills mix, and promoting workforce diversity that aligns with work program requirements and corporate talent management goals.
- Advise managers and staff on effective talent and career development, performance management, and take the lead in identifying, assessing, and resolving issues, problems, and conflicts, utilizing additional resources as needed.
- Support the design and implementation of organizational effectiveness initiatives and facilitate the development and management of high-performing teams.
- Possess a Master’s degree in HR or a related field, with a minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience.
- Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of human resource management processes, best practices, and possess in-depth knowledge of HR and organizational development methods and tools.
- Have prior experience in recruitment, talent and performance management, organizational development, HR advisory, management coaching, and change implementation.
- Exhibit strong analytical skills and proficiency with analytical tools.
- Display a track record of being organized, structured, and tactful, with a strong focus on quality.
- Be results-driven with a positive attitude, high degree of initiative, responsiveness, agility, and solution orientation, while also understanding the risks, benefits, and potential adverse consequences of different options.