IBM WW (CoC) - Talent & Engagement - Talent Analytics - Associate Partner in New York, New York

Cognitive computing has the potential to touch every stage of the employee lifecycle and every aspect of the HR function. The emerging cognitive HR function harnesses data and analytics to amplify HR's ability to:

  • Build organizational capabilities by producing personalized advice and recommendations for employees and managers

  • Create capacity for HR professionals to focus on strategy

  • Deliver insights that drive better talent decisions

IBM's talent analytics and cognitive human resources (HR) solutions and services help HR professionals take advantage of the tremendous amount of data available about candidates and employees — and the power of cognitive computing—to produce meaningful insights that help organizations better understand and attract talent, and compete for the best people, adapt to changing employee expectations and demographics, and manage costs, while delivering superior employee experiences and business results. When you join IBM, you'll partner with our clients and unharness all of these capabilities to deliver real business value. In this role, you will be joining a company that has more mathematical scientists than the top 10 global universities combined. But we don’t just recruit mathematicians; you need to be highly numerate and passionate about solving client’s business problems by using analytics, and have the skills to communicate the approaches and resulting insights to your clients. Utilizing your consulting skills, you will work with IBM colleagues and the client’s own staff, from diverse backgrounds, to deliver a great analytical solution for the client. Your logical thinking, data analysis skills, and modelling expertise in tools ranging from Excel, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and Access to the range of analytical software in IBM’s portfolio, including Watson Analytics, SPSS (Statistical Analysis) and ILOG CPLEX (Decision Optimization) will be applied to an array of complex business problems and will see you provide astute insights into how our clients manage their workforce and talent. You’ll also apply your understanding of cognitive computing and machine learning to the most pressing issues facing HR, from talent acquisition, to employee engagement and development, to HR operations. As a Talent Analytics Executive Consultant within our Business Analytics & Strategy Service Line, you will be responsible for the overall successful sales and delivery of Talent Analytics and Cognitive HR Solutions to IBM's core clients. You will develop relationships within the client organization and build effective cross-functional teams across diverse stake holder groups including client business and technical organizations, IBM's domestic and global delivery organizations, and third party software vendors. Successful candidates will provide hands-on leadership, direction and mentoring to team and manage client relationships. Preferred candidates will have hands-on experience selling and delivering Talent Analytics solutions. This position in the global Talent & Change Center of Competency and requires an 80% global travel commitment. At IBM, you'll get experience with projects that span the globe, and work with the world's largest experienced services skill pool, in more than 170 countries worldwide.

  • At least 5 years experience in analytical models used in talent management

  • At least 5 years experience in modeling using one or move these tools: VBA and Access to using the range of analytical software recently purchased by IBM, as part of its large investment in BA, including SPSS

  • At least 1 year experience in Cloud computing and the benefits this can bring to organizations

  • At least 3 years experience in core HR and Talent Management processes

  • At least 5 years experience in technology driven change management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) related transformation

  • At least 5 years experience in client-facing work or consulting

  • At least 5 years experience in leading complex programs and projects that span multiple phases, from opportunity and business case definition, through to implementation and post implementation support

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