The Business HR Operations (BHRO) group is looking for an inspiring HR leader who will drive strategic initiatives and innovation forward with a growth mindset for one of the tech industry's elite companies.
The position is a key member of the BHRO global leadership team providing strategic business partnership.The successful candidate will be a trusted HR business partner across Latin America (LAR) business groups with responsibility for partnering with leadership, influencing and executing the people agenda through strategic advice and delivery of best-practice services to the business.
The individual will lead an HR team that is geographically spread across multiple business units and partner with leaders of other HR COEs with responsibility to build a strong, inspired team through active coaching, development, and collaboration.
You will help Intel with the following, but not limited to :
Manage and lead a 26+ person regional HR team, including Sr. HR Managers with teams in Costa Rica, Mexico & Argentina that support the region and US Groups.
Participate and / or Co-Lead Regional, Country or Site Leadership Bodies with HR and Business Leaders, Corporate Affairs and others
Provide proactive and effective solutions to employees, managers and leaders around human resources and employees challenges.
Envision, plan, and execute direction and funding requirements as it relates to all scale activities for each country and regionally to drive Intel’s people strategy.
Coordinate complex stakeholder relationships and implements systems that address demonstrated business needs.
Build a strong, inspired team through active coaching, development, collaboration, and role modelling that will deliver results across Intel.
Assess intangible variables to identify and evaluate fundamental issues, providing strategy and direction for major functional areas.
Possess in-depth knowledge of the HR and Business Units’ functional areas, business strategies, and the company’s goals and to know clients and anticipate their needs
Create a clear, compelling, and aligned talent strategy. Select, develop, and evaluate talent and direct the activities of one or more functional areas, divisions, product groups, service areas, or sub-teams.
Implement effective and successful leadership of both globally aligned and distributed teams
Create a culture of agility and innovation where ideas for growth are encouraged across boundaries for the good of Intel.
Enable and drive both large- and small-scale changes in organizations and monitor and assess the effectiveness of strategies implemented
Support the transformation of the Business HR organization into a strategic learning organization that aligns to LEAN and growth mindset principles, efficiency, effectiveness and upskilling across Business HR.
Role model and cultivate the highest levels of integrity, ethics, respect, and inclusion.
The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits :
Effectively partner and influence business leaders to deliver the right outcomes on people-related decisions, focusing on key agenda items such as workforce planning and capabilities, People Strategy and Diversity and Inclusion.
A principled and energetic approach to partnering with the business in HR related matters.
Strong global leadership skills demonstrated with direct reports, matrix reports, and senior key business partners to deliver sales and organizational results.
Effective communicator, with a drive for excellence.
Minimum qualifications are required to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
Minimum Qualifications :
Bachelor degree in Human Resources, Organization Development, Industrial / Organizational Psychology, or a related field with 10+ years related experience.
Or, Master degree in Human Resources, Organization Development, Industrial / Organizational Psychology, or a related field with 8+ years related experience.
15+ years of experience in the following will be considered in lieu of a degree : Employee Relations / Organization Diagnosis and Design / Leadership Development or Coaching / HR Basics : Training and Development, performance management, change management.
5+ years working across Central and / or South America
5+ years of experience working in a Multinational Company, including work assignments or extensive travel outside the home country.
5+ years of experience in :
Developing and deploying talent strategies to ensure high-quality succession pipelines exist for critical roles
Employee Relations and good knowledge of the local labor law and HR practices / procedures is essential
Managing a large team and building first line manager capability.