Human Capital Management – Global Performance Management VP

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Position:  Human Capital Management – Global Performance Management Head

Location: New York, NY

Role Description

  • Drives performance management process for the firm on global basis
  • Ensures the organization has relevant and consistent metrics and tracking of metrics
  • Responsible for all aspects of managing the process: setting up timelines, managing the system / process that collects feedback (Workday), coordinating with business partners across all offices, and putting together review materials using data collected
  • Evolve the firm’s current performance management philosophy
  • Revamp performance management process using latest thought pieces
  • Incorporate best practices from other firms and industries
  • Continue to develop, integrate and maintain the HCM software system (Workday)
  • Responsible for maintaining module in Workday
  • Work with vendor in further developing system
  • Integral part of change management team


Specific Requirements

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in an HCM role, or demonstrated desire to transition from business / finance role to HCM
  • Understands criteria per level that drives performance
  • Needs to be able to drive performance by implementing relevant criteria and metrics
  • Needs to understand how certain metrics/criteria manifest themselves in performance/behavior
  • High level of execution
  • Proactive – thinking ahead and anticipating issues
  • Attention to detail
  • High level of independent drive
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential data and situations
  • Strong technical skills, especially Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. Aptitude for analytics and reporting
  • Excellent written and verbal skills, ability to work in fast-paced, dynamic environment
  • Ultimate team player with roll-up-your-sleeves mentality and exceptional work ethic

‘The firm is passionate about their business and culture, and are seeking an individual with that same drive’.


Fred Dearborn