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Chewy Associate Director Talent Management in Boston, Massachusetts

Our Opportunity:

We are seeking an Associate Director of Talent Management, based in Boston, MA. who will own a portfolio of highly impactful enterprise-wide talent management initiatives, that enable our leaders to continuously drive higher levels of engagement and performance through an integrated set of strategic talent practices – this portfolio will evolve over time.\u0026amp;nbsp;

What You\u0026#39;ll Do:

  • Determine Chewy’s approach to organizational design, span \u0026amp;amp; layer assessment, and job leveling that fosters a high-performing environment

  • Work with department leaders to detail functional competencies relevant to their own teams

  • Reassess Chewy’s internal promotion and transfer practices to ensure we are consistently raising the bar on performance and providing opportunities for exceptional internal talent

  • Develop a strategic approach to proactive career pathing within and across departments

  • Build succession planning and workforce planning models that enable Chewy to build a sustainable, on-demand bench of talent in support of our long-term company strategy

  • Collaborate with other key HR functions to embed Chewy’s cultural Operating Principles into Chewy’s day-to-day people practices, such as interviewing / hiring, promotion and exit processes, and leadership development programming

  • Design and deploy simple yet impactful standards for leadership practices that will substantially improve “management hygiene” across the organization – 1:1 check-ins, staff meetings, department all-hands sessions, etc

  • Conceptualize the objectives and ultimate “vision” for talent initiatives based on external insights and internal feedback from key stakeholders (senior leaders, team members, and HR partners)

  • Design the strategic approach to lead project implementation from start to finish

  • Collaborate with senior leaders, HR Business Partners, and other relevant teams along the project lifecycle to ensure initiatives are delivering exceptional results to the business

  • Report progress on milestones, barriers to success, risk mitigation tactics, and any other issues to ensure projects are continuously moving forward

  • Define ways to measure the success of the initiatives that demonstrably improve Chewy’s abilities to attract, engage, retain, and develop high-performing talent

  • Run the relevant programs or processes after implementation to a stable level of maturity

  • Determine the resources (head count, budget, systems, etc) for initiatives to be sustained long-term and manage a smooth transition of projects to steady state programs

What You\u0026#39;ll Need:

  • Minimum 7-10 years of progressive experience leading, managing, and executing large-scale transformational projects

  • Track record of owning the execution post-transformation to deliver sustained results

  • Specific experience in strategically oriented HR or Talent Management roles a plus

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience; concentration in Business Administration, Organizational Psychology, engineering, sciences, or similar field preferred; MBA or similar master’s degree highly preferred

  • Position may require travel

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Chewy is committed to equal opportunity. We value and embrace diversity and inclusion of all Team Members. \u0026amp;nbsp; If you have a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act or similar law, or you require a religious accommodation, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to applying for employment at Chewy, please contact\u0026amp;nbsp;HR@Chewy.com. \u0026amp;nbsp; To access Chewy’s Privacy Policy, which contains information regarding information collected from job applicants and how we use it, please click here:\u0026amp;nbsp;https://www.chewy.com/app/content/privacy).

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