First American Careers – Human Resources Business Partner

First American

Job Description:

The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) is the primary resource to create alignment between talent and organizational development strategy and short and long term business strategy. The HRBP is aligned to business units, business leaders, and corporate functions to provide HR expertise and consulting for building organizational capability to achieve current and future business objectives through the development of proactive Human Resources strategy and practices. Partners with other HR specialty functions to act as a first point of contact and liaison with clients to deliver full HR services. Identifies business needs, gaps and readiness and collaborates with functional HR on talent development, program consultation and design. Drives and influences key workforce planning initiatives with the business and provides advice, counsel and executes key human capital and restructuring initiatives.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide advice, counsel and coaching, acquisition support, group facilitation skills, and 360 feedback coaching to BU.
  • Handles implementation of restructuring events including associated change management.
  • Provide HR partnership, for both strategic and tactical initiatives, day to day HR support and execution of strategies for assigned client groups.
  • Provide influence and guidance to client groups through developing partnerships to support achieving business objectives within the assigned client population.
  • Provides project management expertise to clients through the initiation, management and driving of large-scale strategic projects and initiatives.
  • Access talent opportunities and performance gaps; participate in talent planning, talent reviews, talent development and succession planning for assigned business groups.
  • Conducts initial review of promotions/salary changes, partnering with compensation to make recommendations.
  • Oversees and directs the rollout/ implementation of business and company-wide initiatives, including communication, learning materials and training; facilitates workshop and training.
  • Provide assistance and training to employees on the interpretation and enforcement of HR and Company policies and procedures.
  • Partner with other HR specialty functions (Compensation, Talent acquisition, Learning & Development) acting as a point of contact and liaison with clients to deliver full HR services.
  • Employee Relations: Counsel employees and provide support to managers concerning work related issues, partnering with senior level HRBP for escalated issue resolution, effectively handling all employee relations issues in assigned business groups by applying HR best practices for performance management and mitigating potential risk.
  • Maintain accurate and complete documentation of employee counseling/investigations.

Job Requirements:

Qualification & Experience:

  • Master’s degree preferred
  • Develops, Plans and Initiates – involves the right people to develop plans, establish clear project goals and accountabilities; develops realistic action steps, identifies potential problems and solutions.
  • Works Collaboratively – willingly shares information; facilitates the discussion and resolution of different viewpoints, promotes teamwork, works for best solution rather than own solution; expresses disagreement tactfully and sensitively. Builds trusting and collaborative relationships with business leaders and HR team.
  • Strong team player, internally with HR team and with the business.
  • Experience working as a team to manage and drive large scale strategic projects and initiatives, and collaborating with HR functional groups.
  • Ability to manage high volumes of work, execute flawlessly, and understand HR processes.
  • Continually Open, Flexible and Adaptive – ability to effectively work within a diverse and often ambiguous work environment while exhibiting adaptability and flexibility in response to business decisions and initiatives; applying good judgment; ability to shift priorities and rapid change; recovers quickly from setbacks.
  • Outstanding verbal and communication skills, with poise and confidence to interact with all levels of management.
  • Motivated self-starter, confident, and able to navigate through change.
  • Consultative Approach – provides advice and counsel by listening and absorbing input from others, responding based on the input, provide full expression and support of ideas, opinions and concerns and uncovering and considering all facts, issues, and behaviors involved in a situation.
  • 4 – 7 years progressive HR experience typically gained through working under the mentoring and training of a senior level HR leader or HRBP supporting an assigned business group with experience and expertise in employee relations, conducting investigations, effectively interacting with business leaders and managers.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required

Job Details:

Company: First American

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Fort Worth, TX, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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