Manager, HR Business Partner Internal Audit Group and Credit and Fraud Risk
The Manager, HR Business Partner will lead the talent, performance, and change efforts for the Internal Audit Group (IAG) and Credit and Fraud Risk (CFR) business groups he/she is assigned to partner with.
Core responsibilities include:
Lead talent efforts to strengthen business capabilities through proactive management of top talent; Define critical roles and capabilities and align on strategic talent and succession plans
Ensure development plans and pathways are in place for top talent
Build a talent strategy that focuses on driving the diversity and inclusion goals for IAG and CFR
Set and hold a high bar for performance by defining high/low performance and holding leaders accountable to managing their talent against these standards;
Coach senior leadership and provide developmental feedback, as appropriate.
Identify organization effectiveness opportunities and drive and manage complex change leadership efforts that will drive business outcomes.
Ensure each organization has a culture to support agility and develops leaders who can lead, manage, and sustain change
Maintain active involvement in Employee Relations to minimize organizational risk while serving as an employee advocate.
Establish proactive partnerships with human resources colleagues in the various markets and centers of excellence in order to ensure solutions are meeting business needs.
Bachelor's Degree required; Master's Degree preferred
5 years experience in a HR generalist capacity including extensive experience and understanding of the recruitment and selection, compensation, talent leadership, change leadership, employee relations and employee communications processes.
External consulting experience or formal internal consulting experience in an HR or organizational change discipline is preferred.
Proven track record of being highly involved with the organization at mid to senior levels and brings insights as well as solutions.
Intellectual courage and an ability to effectively influence and build support; be a risk taker, when appropriate.
Independence and unquestioned integrity; ability to handle sensitive employee relations and compliance related issues.
Ability to build strong relationships and collaborate with senior leadership, business partners and across HR Building and maintaining credibility with senior business partners.
Thorough understanding of the business and its drivers.
Building relationships and leveraging strong collaboration skills across business partners and HR peers.
Operating within a matrix organization.
Employment eligibility to work with American Express in the U.S. is required as the company will not pursue visa sponsorship for these positions.