Senior Manager, Talent

United Technologies Corporation Farmington , NM 87499

Posted 2 days ago

Job Description:

Otis, a United Technologies company, is the world leader in reliable, efficient and technologically advanced elevators, escalators and people-moving systems. Our revolutionary Gen2 elevators, energy-saving ReGen drives and NCE "green" escalator have clearly set the industry standard for innovation, safety and performance. More than 2.4 million Otis elevators and escalators are currently in operation throughout 200 different countries. We are proud to have a global team that continues to rise to the challenges of a fast-moving company. Together, the people of Otis are creating new ideas and opportunities by collaborating across time zones, geographies and cultures. So just imagine where we can take you!

At Otis, we are changing the way we work by implementing new, innovative HR systems and processes. This is an exciting opportunity to work for a world-class industry leader and be a part of a major global HR transformation as we empower our workforce and drive change. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to support talent programs across the Otis organization.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Support global talent projects and initiatives; including introduction and support of new and innovative HR tools and practices

  • Manage the succession planning process through the use of the LDR tool

  • Drive the performance management process

  • Develop meaningful analytics to identify trends and drive improvement related to acquisition and retention of the best talent possible

  • Partner with global HR teams and Corporate councils for successful deployment of onboarding practices

  • Establish framework for high-potential leadership development

  • Stay current on industry trends and practices in the areas of talent and leadership development

Employment Type

Full time


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