Johnson & Johnson is currently recruiting a People Operations Delivery Leader, EMEA. This position may be located in Prague, Switzerland, or within the EMEA Region.
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If you have the talent and desire to touch the world, Johnson & Johnson has the career opportunities to help make it happen. Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Johnson & Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly-based healthcare Company, touching the lives of nearly a billion people every day. Our Family of Companies throughout the world compete in consumer, pharmaceutical and medical devices & diagnostics markets and have the skills and resources to tackle the world's most pressing health issues.
Johnson & Johnson announced plans to separate our Consumer Health business to create a new publicly traded company. The process of the planned separation is anticipated to be completed within 24 months, and it will be subject to legal requirements including consultation with works councils and other employee representative bodies, as required, and other customary conditions and approvals.
It is anticipated that, following conclusion of the transaction, this position may be conveyed with New Consumer Health. In that case, details of any planned changes would be provided to the successful candidate by New Consumer Health at an appropriate time and would be subject to any necessary consultation processes.
Role and Responsibilities:
The People Operations Delivery Leader, EMEA will work alongside the Head of People Operations collaborating with the Johnson & Johnson People Experience Operations teams, Contact Center, and other Global Services Human Resources (GSHR) teams to ensure seamless execution of the end-to-end People Experience Operations processes in the New Consumer Health Company in EMEA. This leader will be responsible for building and managing the New Consumer Health Company and Johnson & Johnson relationship to ensure the agreed-upon service delivery is provided as contracted in EMEA. For the duration of the Transition Service Agreement (TSA), they will be responsible for leading the interaction with Johnson & Johnson GSHR teams in EMEA to ensure adherence effectively and efficiently to aligned processes, service level agreements, and key performance indicators. The individual in this role will be a key partner in identifying, diagnosing, and solving service issues provided through the TSA for the EMEA region.
The People Operations Delivery Leader, EMEA will also work closely with the Head of Global People Operations to support the development of the Global People Operations strategy to exit TSAs, the operating model for the future, and the implementation and execution of the strategy in the EMEA region. This will require strong collaboration across the People Function in the region including working with three other Regional People Operations Delivery leaders, Talent Access, Total Rewards, Employee Relations, Global Services, and the cross-functional Contact Center.
Upon exiting the TSA, this individual will be responsible for consistently driving regional People Operations priorities across service areas enabling efficiencies, effectiveness, and experience across the globe and directly for the North American region. The leader will be accountable for the overall management of EMEA people operations delivery, projects against an integrated strategy, anticipating and planning future work, and preparing for dynamic market conditions impacting delivery models.
A minimum of a Bachelor's degree
A minimum of 8 years of progressive experience in HR and/or Business Operations
A minimum of 3 years of people management experience
Experience navigating ambiguous and complex situations and business opportunities
Must be analytical and enjoy solving problems and/or challenges through team collaboration
Must possess strong leadership skills and operate with a global mindset with understanding and appreciation for regional differences
A demonstrated capability in developing strong partnerships with peers and other functional partners in implementing and delivering people operations strategy
Ability to adapt to change and manage feedback constructively to ensure proactive management of stakeholder concerns and suggestions
Ability to reinforce a culture oriented on customer experience and focused on continuous improvement while building employee-centric repeatable and sustainable processes
A demonstrated ability to successfully lead sustained change efforts
- A Master's or Advanced Degree