& Johnson Family of Companies is currently recruiting for a Manager, Global
HR Leadership Development located in New Brunswick, NJ.
for the world, one person at a time, has inspired and united the people of
Johnson & Johnson for over 125 years. We embrace research and science --
bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and
well-being of people. Employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of
Companies work with partners in health care to touch the lives of over a
billion people every day, throughout the world.
$70.1 billion in 2015 sales, Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most
comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well
as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and
medical devices and diagnostics markets. There are more than 250 Johnson &
Johnson operating companies employing approximately 127,000 people and with
products touching the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the
The Manager, Global HR Leadership Development is responsible for
developing and delivering programs and initiatives to enhance HR early career
talent pipeline and deliver the global Talent Strategy for the Human Resources
function. The role is responsible for the
ongoing management and enhancement of the Human Resources Leadership
Development Program (HRLDP). The HRLDP
is an accelerated leadership acquisition and development program designed to
build the global Johnson & Johnson Human Resources Leadership pipeline by:
Recruiting highly qualified and diverse HR professionals against an elevated
candidate profile, enhancing professional development through cross-sector,
rotational assignments, providing technical and business leadership experience
and Providing mentoring opportunities with the best and brightest people
developers at J&J. In addition to
program management, the role will be accountable for diagnosing talent
management needs for the HR early career talent pools and will be responsible
for the implementation of associated strategies to support HR in the
development of the HR early career pipeline.
Key responsibilities include:
- Understand and support the Company's short,
medium and long term HR talent development strategy to achieve the enterprise
Global Talent Management strategy.
- Ensure the Company’s two HR Leadership
Development Programs (Foundational HRLDP and Experienced HRLDP) tools,
platforms, and experiences are linked to the Company’s Global Talent Management
strategy globally and locally.
- Manage HRLDP programs to enable the
acquisition and development of early talent pools and collaborate with the
Global HRLDP Leader to fulfill hiring needs, recruiting, on-boarding and
training, robust development rotations, performance management and development
experiences and events for this population.
- Support the Global HRLDP Leader to deliver
upon alumni talent strategies.
- Collaborate with the Global HRLDP Leader and
regional HR leaders, as appropriate, to identify robust rotation assignments
for full time participants, and intern assignments that deliver on robust
developmental experiences. Provide orientation, networking and learning
events. Collaborate with assignment
managers to ensure superior execution of the P&D and conversion processes
for participants and interns.
- Monitor the HRLDP to ensure compliance with
applicable laws and contracts
- Assess and lead global curriculum for both
Foundational and Experienced Programs as well as Intern Program
- Establish, communicate and maintain global
regional / local processes and operational guidelines.
- Focus on building effective relationships and
trusted partnerships with Global Talent Management organization to maximize
- Conduct ongoing analysis of current programs
and external competitors and trends to identify enhancements to the
effectiveness of early career leadership development programs and support the
development of a global and diverse pipeline of early career talent.
- Monitor Key Performance Indicators and
scorecards of relevant data to understand program performance and
- A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree required. MBA preferred.
- A minimum of 8 years of professional experience
in HR or related field required.
- Strong communication to both internal and
external partners required.
- Talent Acquisition and/or Business Partner
- Knowledge of the university recruiting cycle
- Demonstrated experience translating
organizational strategies into regional solutions incorporating both macro and
micro-level business conditions and drivers (e.g., organizational functions,
regulatory, legal, economic conditions) required.
- Proven project management experience including
usage of project management tools and techniques (e.g., project plans, status
reports, communication plans, risk management plans, milestones, and
scorecards) to define, track and deliver outcomes required. FPX, Six Sigma or PMP preferred.
- Strong change leadership skills, with ability to
consult, negotiate and influence successfully across a global stakeholder
audience; operates as a global leader with understanding and appreciation for
regional differences required.
- Strong presentation skills; can speak across
various forums and communicate to broad, diverse audience required.
- Enthusiastic team player who connects well with
others and collaborates to deliver consistent employee experiences, with a
strong drive to create a positive and inclusive work environment required.
- Expertise leveraging internal and external
analytics to diagnose situations and build business cases for global solutions;
Identifies designs and leads studies that inform talent decisions required.
- Experience balancing voice of the customer with
enterprise-wide business and HR strategies required.
- Up to 25% domestic and international travel
United States-New Jersey-New BrunswickOrganization
Johnson & Johnson Services Inc. (6090)Job Function