Goldman Sachs & Co. Human Capital Management, Revenue Talent Advisor, Associate - Hong Kong in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
MORE ABOUT THIS JOB
Are you a looking for a new opportunity to showcase your advisory and client relationship management skills? Do you have a strategic mindset and the ability to build relationships? We have an excellent new position available for an HCM Talent Advisor within the Human Capital Management (HCM) division.
You will be valued for your intellectual curiosity and your innovative approach to problem-solving. You will have direct impact on the success of the firm’s most valuable asset: our people.
As a division, HCM recruits, develops, and rewards the people of Goldman Sachs. Our teams advise, design, and implement strategies, processes, and technologies that help our people advance professionally, drive productivity, and help the firm and our clients achieve superior results.
A Talent Advisor within HCM will provide analytic and talent management support. Key elements of this role will lead reporting & analytics that support the full spectrum of talent management processes (diversity strategy, performance management, leadership pipeline, manager excellence, compensation, people survey, organizational right sizing and other annual processes).
RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
HOW YOU WILL FULFILL YOUR POTENTIAL
Partner with the Global Talent Advisor to facilitate and drive key people development processes for the division
Serve as strategic advisor to the division to manage compensation budgets throughout the year and administer the year-end compensation process for the division
Work across a diverse range of projects (i.e. strong quantitative skills combined with aptitude for talent management initiatives) with different stakeholders (HCM and Technology teams across the firm’s global offices)
Analyze headcount, hiring, attrition and benchmarking trends to understand market movement and advise senior stakeholders on best approaches to attract and retain top talent
Work with large data sets and present results that tell a clear and compelling story
Drive and execute all people development processes including leadership pipeline, talent management, promotions, performance management, diversity, mobility, reporting and analytics on people related metrics and trends, year-end compensation, and organization reviews
Help senior leadership on key priorities, initiatives and day to day issues for the group
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE WE’RE LOOKING FOR
Bachelor’s degree in an analytical field such as Finance, Accounting, or Mathematics is desirable, or related field, with 2-3+ years of relevant work experience
Excellent analytical skills: ability to organize and analyze large datasets, detect and correct errors, interpret and report results to various audiences and take responsibility for data quality assurance
Technical skills: proficient in Microsoft Office products; strong familiarity with advanced Excel skills such as vlookups, pivot tables, and multiple variable formulas strongly preferred
Ability to handle multiple, time-sensitive projects in a high pressure environment while ensuring the delivery of high quality work
High level of maturity, demonstrated ability to manage confidential information, and impeccable judgment
Strategic mindset and ability to think conceptually, influence stakeholders, and drive excellent execution
Thinks multiple steps ahead; prepares for potential problems and escalates issues when appropriate; and juggles competing deadlines effectively
Highly organized, attention to detail and excellent follow-through required; Commitment to excellence and a high level of integrity
Demonstrated client service focus and ability to build relationships successfully
Self-motivated and able to work in an autonomous, yet collaborative environment
Strong verbal and written communication skills, as well as strong organizational and interpersonal skills
Basic statistical analysis, including descriptive and inferential statistics
Familiarity with business intelligence tools (Business Objects, Tableau)
Familiarity with Human Capital Management concepts and data
Ability to work in a geographically diverse team and build strong relationships across locations and regions
Fluency in English required and Mandarin advantageous
ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.© The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., 2019. All rights reserved Goldman Sachs is an equal employment/affirmative action employer Female/Minority/Disability/Vet.
Schedule TypeFull Time
RegionAsia Except Japan
DivisionHuman Capital Management
Business UnitAsia HCM Generalists