Senior HR Business Partner

  • Full Time
  • Raleigh

Website Cisco

Senior HR Business Partner
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Raleigh, NC

Additional Location(s) or Information: Research Triangle Park, RTP, NC, Chicago, San Jose, or Remote.

Job Category: Human Resources

Level of Experience: Experienced – Manager

Requisition #: R1002080

Description: Senior HR Business Partner

Cisco HR is inspiring today’s talent for tomorrow’s Cisco. We are developing HR strategies that accelerate capability in Cisco’s business and our employees by transforming Cisco’s talent, leadership, culture, and organization.

Team Description

Are you interested in consulting senior leaders while supporting and inspiring their talent? Come partner with Cisco leaders to influence and translate business strategy to talent management strategy as a leader and advisor with HR expertise and perspective.

Roles & Responsibilities for the Senior HR Business Partner

� Partner with senior management to develop and translate business strategy to talent management strategy and coordinate implementation

� Build and lead large-scale structural and organizational design changes

� Assess, develop and coach executive and senior management teams

� Drive change management initiatives with a focus on shifts to culture, leadership and management requirements, and systems and processes

� Engage in strategic workforce planning

� Lead senior talent and performance management efforts

� Manage acquisition integration planning and executive assimilation

� Collaborate with Centers of Excellence to implement and deliver HR solutions and services in support of business objectives

� Leverage and integrate Annual Cycle Programs to reinforce company-wide HR strategy: Workforce Planning, Performance Management, Career Development, Executive Compensation and Rewards, Talent Review, Employee Listening Surveys, Executive Recruiting, etc.

Minimum Qualifications

� Bachelor’s Degree � MBA or Master’s Degree preferred

� 8+ years of HR experience or equivalent experience in roles of increasing complexity/scope