Regions Bank Human Resources Business Partner - Wealth Management in Birmingham, Alabama
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At Regions, the Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) is an integral part of the leadership team who demonstrates a deep understanding of their assigned business area and partners with senior leader(s) to identify human capital solutions that align with and address business strategies and challenges. This position will draw on the expertise of other HR groups (COEs and HR Operations) to harness and deliver required expertise, resources, and services to drive customer/organizational imperatives. The HRPB is responsible for bringing the right resources, at the right time, for the right solution. The HRBP at this level works under guidance and direction of a Senior HRBP, contributing to overall team goals for one or more complex business groups.
Business Acumen –Maintains effective business acumen and knowledge of the business’s financial position, plans, culture, and competition. The HRBP drives human capital performance and productivity through translating business needs into talent priorities and solutions. This includes the ability to understand and interpret financial data and make recommendations to leadership to guide decision-making on business issues impacting performance of both the business unit and the entire organization.
Change Leadership – Independently identifies and anticipates pressures for change, providing thought partnership and acting as a change agent who provides effective challenge and identifies creative and flexible solutions deliver required outcomes. This includes partnering with assigned leader(s) to leverage change acceleration techniques, create team effectiveness plans, and bring employee engagement plans to life while driving inclusion and diversity initiatives.
Talent Coaching/Management – Coaches leaders on people management and leadership skills to improve organizational performance. The HRBP must understand the organization’s talent strategy, talent plan and talent supply chain. This includes partnering with leaders and COEs to build succession plans for each critical role/key position and to ensure development of top talent. In addition, the HRBP will identify talent gaps and build plans to address.
Data Analytics – Uses relevant data to identify patterns, formulate insights and communicate findings to business leaders. The HRBP distills complex information into key insights, clear recommendations, and action plans. This includes the ability to communicate a compelling story line based on data, using data analysis to validate root causes and determine problems from symptoms.
Total Rewards – Educates leaders on total rewards strategies using knowledge of how they can be used to attract, recognize, and retain key talent. This includes proactively engaging Compensation partners to review total rewards for critical roles, key positions, and top talent.
Risk Management – Proactively scans the business environment to identify people/organizational risks and issues, and develops strategies to mitigate.
Organizational Effectiveness – Partners with assigned leaders to identify opportunities and develop interventions that continuously improve both efficiency and team engagement. The HRBP must act as an organizational champion in strengthening organizational capabilities, simplifying processes, and maximizing performance.
This position is exempt from timekeeping requirements under the Fair Labor Standards act and is not eligible for overtime pay.
Eight (8) years of progressive experience in HR or HR related experience within a business unit
Demonstrated understanding of HRBP practices including organization design, talent strategy, performance management, change management and executive relationship building
Broad understanding of two or more HR functional specialties (e.g. compensation, benefits, organization design, talent acquisition, associate relations)
Previous experience with HR systems such as Workday, PeopleSoft, Taleo, etc.
HR Accreditation preferred (SPHR, SHRM – SCP, CCP, etc.)
MBA or HR Masters preferred
Prior experience in the financial services industry
Skills and Competencies
Ability to manage a complex set of stakeholders
Ability to communicate with impact in order to influence key stakeholders
Strong coaching, consulting and facilitation skills
Strong collaboration skills both within a team and across teams to leverage strengths and experiences to create the best outcome.
Strong analytical, problem solving skills, and drive for results
- Human Resources experience supporting a Wealth organization in the areas of Private Banking, Asset Management, Investment and Institutional Services
At Regions, our culture focuses on five core values that are a commitment to how we will do business:
Put people first
Do what is right
Focus on your customer
Through these values, our mission to make life better drives our desire to improve and make a positive difference in the communities where we work and live through financial investments and volunteering.