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Senior Organizational Development Program Manager (2019-8474)

Camas, WA, United States
Human Capital


Job Description


Are you inspired by driving business performance through people and partnerships? Are you an experienced Human Resources professional with expertise in performance management, learning and development, organizational design, talent management and succession processes? If so, our Organizational Development Program Manager may be the right opportunity for you! 


The Opportunity:


As a Senior Organizational Development Program Manager, you will use strategic planning to design, build, and implement talent management solutions. Your expertise will support the growth of the firm and development of employees at all levels of the organization.You will partner with the business to understand the Human Capital implications of new initiatives and recommend solutions that will enable us to build talent capability, operate more effectively, and ultimately enhance business results. This is a highly collaborative and creative role that has a direct impact on our business and our ability to achieve desired results.

The Day-to-Day:

  • Act as a point of contact for business unit leadership teams
  • Develop talent management roadmaps at the organization and business unit levels
  • Lead Human Capital initiatives, aligned to organizational design & effectiveness, talent management, learning & development, employee engagement and diversity & inclusion
  • Design succession plans, facilitate talent reviews and discussions with business leaders across the firm
  • Integrate skills/competency model and talent language across all aspects of talent management from selection and hiring to employee development
  • Foster meaningful conversations to seamlessly facilitate internal mobility
  • Seek to enhance our workforce capability by identifying required skills aligned to the long-term organizational strategy
  • Lead and implement all aspects of Human Capital Change Management with dedicated business groups
  • Manage complex and multi-faceted Human Capital projects cross-functionally, including rigorous training and engagement facilitation across the firm
  • Consistently exercise good judgment and find opportunities to make positive, proactive and innovative contributions
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with key internal clients


Your Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent combination of education/experience
  • 10+ years of organizational development/organizational change management experience 
  • Previous experience with employee relations, human resources management, and/or employment law
  • Previous experience with competency modeling
  • Interpersonal skills and professionalism to effectively work with senior leadership
  • Excellent analytical skills; ability to solve complex problems in a structured way, applying critical thinking
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills to multiple audiences, including various levels of management


Why Fisher Investments:


Fisher Investments is a different kind of investment firm. We don’t come from Wall Street, nor do we believe we fit in with most of the finance industry, and we’re proud of that. We work for a bigger purpose: bettering the investment universe. From unmatched service to innovative perspectives on investing, it’s the people that make the Fisher purpose possible. After all, it’s our people that enable us to offer the level of service that we do. And we invest in them accordingly, offering exceptional benefits like:

  • 100% coverage of premiums for health, vision and dental insurance
  • A 50% 401(k) match, up to the IRS maximum
  • 20 days of PTO*, plus 9 paid holidays
  • 8 week paid Primary Caregiver Parental Leave
  • And much, much more

We also provide a cumulative, continuous learning and development framework customized for every employee. This emphasis on personal and professional growth has yielded an award-winning work environment; we’re Great Place to Work Certified, and The Oregonian named us as a Top Workplace.


But in the end, it’s not the perks that keep people here. They stay because they believe in our mission of service—our employees want to make a difference in an industry that can do better.


* California employees accrue up to 17 days of PTO and 3 days of sick time per year.






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