Global People Strategy and Experience CoE Senior Manager
Posted: 8 Jun 2021 Closes: 9 Jul 2021
This role will work as a part of the new People Strategy and Experience CoE within the Global HC team with a focus on driving the Wellbeing agenda for the Network. The CoE will focus on working agilely across the Global HC function with a scope that covers the following main areas:
- Wellbeing: creating materials and facilitating conversations to help territories implement and support the firm's Wellbeing Strategy through raising awareness of wellbeing activities, promoting healthy lifestyles and positive mental health
- People Experience and Future of Work - facilitating the requisite discussions needed to bring our network PVP to life and share best practices to close gaps.
- People Strategy and Priorities - working closely with the GHC leader, the CoE will work closely with the other GHC CoEs and act as the day-to-day steward of our Network People Strategy, ensuring this remains up-to-date, reflecting any wider strategy changes or external influences. To support the execution of this strategy, the CoE will drive the development and delivery of materials and engagement across the network to support this, including our GHC priorities through collaboration with other Network-Wide CoEs and the business more broadly
- HC Function for the Future - supporting the HC functions to enable change and mitigate risks. This includes acting as the SME for all things related to our HC Operating Model and people processes.
- Ability to take in directions, develop expertise, and assimilate new ideas efficiently
- Strong relationship and stakeholder management skills; able to work effectively across borders, with wellbeing leaders in the territories, and global CoEs
- Strong influencing skills; able to influence effectively and persuade others to take a course of action when there is no direct line of command or control
- Able to manage a portfolio of work encompassing Business As Usual (BAU) activities and development projects, such as developing PwC wellbeing Intellectual Property (IP) and benefits realisation projects.
- Strong management and organisational skills; able to lead/own projects, plan, monitor, and prioritise.
- Strong analytical skills to effectively identify issues and potential risks
- Ability to make decisions and solve problems - analysing information and evaluating results to shape and make recommendations.
- Communicate confidently and effectively, both in written and verbal form.
- Goal orientated - able to maintain focus on agreed objectives and deliverables
- Commercially orientated - keep commercial aspects continually in mind when taking actions or making decisions
- Highly energised and motivated to effect change and influence the firm's approach to people experience
- Positive, can do attitude, particularly when dealing with ambiguity
- Ability to work flexibly out of "normal business hours" as this role services the Network and virtual meetings and calls may occasionally need to be scheduled in consideration of various time zones.