Director, Global Early Career Talent Programs

  • Company: Visa
  • Posted: April 15, 2017
  • Reference ID: 107236180
Company Description
Common Purpose, Uncommon Opportunity. Everyone at Visa works with one goal in mind - making sure that Visa is the best way to pay and be paid, for everyone everywhere. This is our global vision and the common purpose that unites the entire Visa team. As a global payments technology company, tech is at the heart of what we do: Our VisaNet network processes over 13,000 transactions per second for people and businesses around the world, enabling them to use digital currency instead of cash and checks. We are also global advocates for financial inclusion, working with partners around the world to help those who lack access to financial services join the global economy. Visa's sponsorships, including the Olympics and FIFA™ World Cup, celebrate teamwork, diversity, and excellence throughout the world. If you have a passion to make a difference in the lives of people around the world, Visa offers an uncommon opportunity to build a strong, thriving career. Visa is fueled by our team of talented employees who continuously raise the bar on delivering the convenience and security of digital currency to people all over the world. Join our team and find out how Visa is everywhere you want to be.

Job Description
The Director of Global Early Career Talent Programs will drive the development and execution of our early career programs including the New Graduate Development Rotation Program, internship and apprentice programs and early identification programs such as coding camps, etc. This role reports to the Sr. Director, Global University Relations & Programs Strategy.

The Director of Global Early Career Talent Programs will develop and execute the following initiatives/strategies:
  • Manage and drive Visa's early career rotation program strategy focused on building future leaders from initiation through delivery. Program initiatives include: onboarding, rotation solicitation and placement (domestic and international), performance management, training and development, etc.
  • Provide ongoing coaching, training and education to rotation managers
  • Lead team of functional program representatives from business and ensure clear, timely communication on expectations and deliverables
  • Deliver best in class internship experience including intern orientation, training and development and social events
  • Drive the intern performance management and offer process
  • Execute the onboarding, learning and development strategy for new college graduates entering the organization to assist with transition from college to corporate, driving engagement
  • Continue to seek out new ways to enhance programs and its value to the business
  • Create new programs to address changing business needs
In addition, the Director of Global Early Career Talent Programs will:
  • Manage a high performing team
  • Have Budget responsibilities

  • 7+ years of university recruiting, talent management or other HR related experience
  • Passion for growing and developing entry level talent
  • Strong time and project management, teamwork, execution and organizational skills
  • Proven coaching, developing and people management skills
  • Ability to interact with all levels of the organization, especially senior level leaders
  • Strategic thinker with global mindset
  • Solid and persuasive verbal, written and consulting communication skills, strong presentation skills
  • Bachelor's degree required

Additional Information
Visa will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of Article 49 of the San Francisco Police Code.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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