Talent Delivery Manager - Sainsbury's Bank (12month FTC)
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- Full Time
- Contact: Human Resources
- Reference: 221260
- Posted February, 09, 2024 7:57 AM
Job Description We’d all like amazing work to do, and real work-life balance. That’s waiting for you at Sainsbury’s Bank. “Bank by name, Sainsbury’s by nature” is the promise line we stand firmly behind, making...
We’d all like amazing work to do, and real work-life balance. That’s waiting for you at Sainsbury’s Bank. “Bank by name, Sainsbury’s by nature” is the promise line we stand firmly behind, making sure we follow through on this by always offering value, making it easy and being an ally for our customers. We’re proud to be an equal opportunities employer that champions a diverse and inclusive culture that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. Because we know it’s by working together, and by bringing new, diverse ideas that creates the best experience for our customers and colleagues. As part of the wider Sainsbury’s Group, being one of the UK’s most trusted brands, it brings our colleagues a wealth of opportunities to fulfil their potential. Here, you can be part of something bigger and help to create a new approach that puts the customer at the heart of everything we do.
Sainsburys Bank - Talent Delivery Manager - Sainsburys Bank
Why join us
Joining our team at Sainsbury's offers a unique opportunity to make a significant impact on the development, talent management, and diversity initiatives of a large, complex organisation. Regardless of your job title, we are looking for someone experienced in influencing stakeholders, analysing data, and nurturing talent within a strategic framework. As part of our team, you will play a vital role in shaping talent plans, facilitating talent reviews, and supporting the development of colleagues.
What you'll do
As a Talent Partner, you will have a key role in managing and influencing stakeholders, analysing data to provide useful insights, and developing talent within our large and complex organisation. You will be responsible for supporting the development of colleagues and delivering talent plans, including facilitating talent reviews, identifying key development requirements, and nurturing high-potential individuals. Collaborating with the Head of Talent, you will assess the effectiveness of our current workforce, identify resource and skill gaps, and build strategic talent plans for each business area. Working closely with the Group Resourcing function, you will ensure recruitment campaigns attract and recruit exceptional talent. Your role will also involve supporting the job evaluation process, analysing talent/HR data, and effectively storytelling with data to support talent plans. Overall, you will play a vital role in strengthening our teams, promoting diversity, inclusion, and progression, and contributing to the strategic talent plan for your business area(s).
Who you are
You are a highly skilled professional with a deep understanding of general HR principles and practices, particularly in talent management, learning and development, and diversity and inclusion. With your experience in managing and influencing stakeholders, analysing data to provide valuable insights, and developing talent within a large and complex organisation, you play a critical role in supporting the development of colleagues and delivering strategic talent plans. Your ability to assess workforce effectiveness, identify resource and skill gaps, and collaborate with Group Resourcing for recruitment campaigns demonstrates your strategic mindset and ability to attract and recruit exceptional talent. You excel in manipulating and storytelling with data, using your excellent MS Office skills, and have a proven track record in delivering HR projects, building relationships, and partnering with leaders. Your inclusive mindset and understanding of financial services make you a valuable asset to our team.
We are committed to being a truly inclusive retailer so you’ll be welcomed whoever you are and wherever you work. Around here, there’s always the chance to try something new — whether that’s as part of an evolving team or somewhere else across the business - and we take development seriously and promise to support you. We also recognise and celebrate colleagues when they go the extra mile and, where possible, offer flexible working. When you join our team, we’ll also offer you an amazing range of benefits. Here are some of them:
Starting off with colleague discount, you'll be able to save 10% on your shopping online and instore at Sainsbury's, Argos, TU and Habitat, and we regularly increase the discount to 15% at points during the year. We've also got you covered for your future with our pensions scheme and life cover. You'll also be able to share in our success as you may be eligible for a performance-related bonus of up to 20% of salary, depending on how we perform.
Your wellbeing is important to us too. You'll receive an annual holiday allowance and you can buy up to an additional week's holiday. We also offer other benefits that will help your money go further such as season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, health cash plans, salary advance (where you can access some of your pay before pay day) as well access to a great range of discounts from hundreds of other retailers. And if you ever need it there is also an employee assistance programme.
Moments that matter are as important to us as they are to you which is why we give up to 26 weeks’ pay for maternity or adoption leave and up to 4 weeks’ pay for paternity leave.
Please see www.sainsburys.jobs for a range of our benefits (note, length of service and eligibiity criteria may apply).