Early in Career Partner

Vereinigte Staaten, District of Columbia, United States of America
Albanien, Albania
Algerien, Algeria
Österreich, Austria
Belgien, Belgium
Bulgarien, Bulgaria
Dänemark, Denmark
Ägypten, al-Qahira (Kairo), Egypt
Finnland, Finland
Frankreich, France
Deutschland, Germany
Griechenland, Greece
Ungarn, Hungary
Irland, Ireland
Italien, Monza und Brianza, Italy
Kenia, Kenya
Niederlande, Netherlands
Norwegen, Norway
Portugal, Portugal
Rumänien, Romania
Saudi-Arabien, Saudi Arabia
Slowakei, Slovakia
Spanien, Spain
Schweden, Sweden
Schweiz, Switzerland
Syrien, Arabische Republik, Syria
Türkei, Turkey
Vereinigte Arabische Emirate, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Vereinigtes Königreich, United Kingdom

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Early in Career Partner - Marketing & Programs (Global)

Number of positions: 2

(One based in the US- must be bilingual in Spanish)

(One based in Europe)

ROLE SUMMARY 

The EiC Partner drives strategic activities at a regional/country level (in addition to a global level where needed) ensuring they meet the needs of the business as well as aligning to the global Roche strategy for early in career. They partner with the Global EiC Community Lead, the business and People & Culture (P&C) partners to co-create and drive regionalized/country approaches to proactively build, operationalize, and develop sustainable, diverse early talent pipelines. They anticipate the future needs of Roche and our patients aligning with our 10-year ambitions. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Ensure strategic alignment of global/regional/country EiC strategies to Roche P&C and business ambitions/goals 

    • Diversity & Inclusion 

    • Recruitment 

    • Retention 

    • Strategic workforce alignment 

    • Innovation 

    • Regional & Global employer brand 

  • Be a strategic thought partner/advisor to the business - proactively design new programs and deliver solutions to the business with regard to EiC strategy 

  • Translate organizational needs into EiC talent solutions at a regional & global level 

  • Expert in EiC talent strategies is able to identify key trends and communicate to P&C partners & Global EiC Lead & EiC Partner community 

  • Effective collaboration within the EiC Community to ensure alignment on EiC/P&C Strategy & Solutions 

  • Development, design, implementation, life-cycle management of frameworks/strategies on EiC Solutions in close collaboration with business partners and the wider P&C network

  • Drive regional/country partnerships with outside organization (e.g. Universities/Research institutions, non-profit organizations) to ensure alignment with overall global EiC strategy 

  • Develop an engagement strategy (school selection, timing, activities/events, faculty partnerships) that will deliver on specific regional/country goals, partner with PSS/volunteers for execution 

  • Execute engagement strategy with university students, organizations, faculty and staff to establish Roche as an employer of choice 

  • Organize and direct university campus teams to accomplish and execute sourcing/engagement activities 

  • Partner with Global EiC lead to establish and define EiC KPIs with the business and P&C leadership team

  • Drive landscape activities that support key talent attraction - D&I initiatives, Work Experience, etc. 

  • Identify early in career pathways from EiC programs into full time entry level roles within Roche 

  • Partner with EiC Specialist to execute and deliver on EiC programs and strategies (coordination, administration, support) 


 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree or related experience experience in HR management, organizational development and or business/related field

  • 5 to 7 years of experience in recruitment/talent acquisition with a focus in University/Early in Career recruitment for a minimum of 3 years

  • Strong presentation, interpersonal, and communication skills in addressing all levels (from students to senior leadership)

  • Ability to navigate ambiguity in a fluid environment

  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and cross functionally with colleagues

ADDITIONAL COMPETENCIES

  • Passion and domain expertise for EiC & talent development 

  • Change management and influence at all levels of the organization 

  • Stakeholder management/Networker - ability to build strong relationships and networks 

  • Experience in developing and implementing strategies 

  • Analytical thinking skills - data driven and able to translate it into action 

  • Able to approach complex problems, organize and drive actionable solutions and results 

  • Creative & Innovative - ability to think of out of the box approaches to address challenges (proactively and reactively) 

  • Bold Thinking - Entrepreneurial mindset 

  • Practices self-awareness and resiliency to deal with ambiguity and change

  • Strong systems thinker

  • Strong foresight and strategic planning 

  • Able to work in agile methodologies and co creative teams