Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
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Requisition # 254379
As part of the nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is committed to strengthening the economy and our communities. It’s a big job, and that’s why we need a variety of talented, results-driven professionals who care about making a difference. Sound like a challenge? You bet it is. That’s why three important values inspire our culture: Serve with integrity. Lead with courage. Perform with excellence.
At the Richmond Fed, our goal is not just to be an employer of choice; we want to be your employer of choice. One of the ways we do that is by offering a total rewards portfolio that includes more than compensation. At the Richmond Fed, total rewards includes thrift and retirement plans, a generous paid time off, health and wellness benefits, insurance to protect you and your loved ones, work/life offerings, and a variety of professional development opportunities.
The Human Resources (HR) Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is looking for an Advanced Talent and Organizational Development Consultant. In the role, the Consultant is responsible for workforce development to include the design, development and delivery of leadership and professional learning programs and tools in a variety of classroom and online mediums. The Talent and Organizational Development Consultant provides resources, training and consulting to support the organizational development needs of business units. Additionally, this position tracks and measures the impact of workforce development interventions and solutions. The Talent Development Consultant collaborates with District business leaders, HR professionals and talent development professionals throughout the Federal Reserve System, as well as outside instructional designers, vendors, and experts to diagnose performance issues and development needs, identify appropriate learning solutions, and establish holistic development frameworks to drive employee engagement/performance and achievement of Bank goals and objectives.
Additional Responsibilities (include but are not limited to the following):
Leads and owns the development and operation of high impact HR programs and services
Serves as an SME to client departments in area(s) of expertise
Uses broad knowledge of HR concepts, policies, best practices, and trends to lead development of key policies and procedures, services, and/or software solutions
Collaborates with SMEs, vendors, and others to develop, recommend, and implement process improvement solutions
Tracks and measures program performance, streamlines processes, resolves highly complex issues, and introduces enhancements
May maintain responsibility for budget and procurement activities related to program area
Directs, coordinates, and provides leadership support to cross-functional project teams as necessary
Develops and maintains relationships with a wide variety of vendors, businesses, System manages, and the community as appropriate
Candidate should review the FRB Employee Code of Conduct to ensure compliance with issues related to previous employment and prohibited financial interests. The Code is available on the About Us, Careers webpage at www.richmondfed.org.
Apply on line at www.richmondfed.org
Selected candidate subject to special background check procedures.
***Selected candidate is subject to special background check procedures
***The deadline for applying on line is 5:00PM on February 28, 2018
***The hiring range for this position $ 83,700 - $104,600 annually
***Salary offered will be based on job responsibilities and individual’s knowledge, skills and experience as defined in the job qualifications/experience.','!*!
Education & Experience:
9 years of relevant work experience
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree may be preferred
Knowledge & Skills:
Demonstrated analytical ability
Leadership Development and Coaching experience
Diversity and Inclusion program development and management
Outstanding oral and written communication, ability to interact on required information and concepts with people at all levels of the organization providing clear and concise information and/or instruction to key stakeholders
Training design/development and facilitation
Outstanding interpersonal skills and ability to work with internal and external stakeholders including Federal Reserve System staff
Knowledge and experience with individual and organizational assessments
Broad and deep technical knowledge of the principles of Human Resource Management including best practices and relevant laws and regulations
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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Website : https://www.kansascityfed.org/
The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.