Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Talent Management Consultants
MIT Human Resources is looking for two creative and versatile consultants to join its Organization and Talent Development team in developing and engaging MIT’s diverse staff.
Through consultation, coaching, facilitation and training, talent management consultants develop, deliver, and assess high quality, client-centered and impactful initiatives and programs that advance MIT’s talent management priorities, respond to department-specific needs, and align with MIT goals and culture.
· Consulting with departments’ leadership and HR business partners to identify, support, and sustain department-specific efforts and MIT-wide initiatives that ensure an inclusive, diverse work environment
· Increase organizational effectiveness
· Measure and increase employee engagement
· Build management and leadership capability
· Maximize employee performance, development, and career growth
· Promote a culture of learning
· Bachelor’s degree in business, organization development, training and development, HR, or related field
· Minimum of five years’ direct/related consulting and training experience
· Experience applying talent management, change management, organizational design, and workforce planning principles in large, complex organizations
· Ability to assess organizational culture and create and implement appropriate interventions
· Ability to influence cross-functionally using a consultative and collaborative methodology
· Excellent interpersonal skills in a culturally diverse environment
· Exceptional organizational skills
· Ability to partner with others to assure high quality outcomes
· Knowledge of adult learning theory and experience developing innovative learning solutions across a range of organizational levels
· Strong presentation, meeting design, instructional design, and facilitation skills
· Experience designing, delivering, evaluating, and assessing learner-centered, results-based training
· Track record of collaborating with communication colleagues and ensuring that program-specific messaging and branding is consistent with departmental communications approach
· Ability to complete multiple projects and measure results
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Ability to analyze issues and data to develop practical solutions and influence decision making
· An advanced degree is preferred
Interested candidates may apply online at http://web.mit.edu/jobs. Please reference job number 14548 and indicate where you saw this posting.
MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.