Talent Manager Job Description
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The Development team has an opportunity for a Talent Manager to join our Career team. The Talent Manager will play a key role in driving and supporting the talent agenda and designing and implementing critical career development experiences across the company. Given the cross-ecosystem dimension to career development, this role partners across HR and the business in defining, communicating, implementing, and activating the career strategy.
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The Talent Manager is responsible to build an external talent pool/ network to provide a region with the right personalities, in support of the delivery of the desired guest experience. The Talent Manager assists leaders to create an environment of stewardship where everyone understands and is empowered to live our purpose.
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The Talent Manager will be a strategic project manager able to create a sourcing and hiring strategy to meet the needs of our Field and Fellows teams. Supported by one direct report, an ATS Administrator, become an expert user of our talent technology systems.
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The purpose of this Talent Manager position is to work closely with HR/Business lines to create, plan and implement talent strategies.
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As our Talent Manager, you will be responsible for leading talent for our advocacy divisions, whose clients are at the forefront of progressive work around racial justice and civil rights, low-wage worker advocacy, voting rights, economic security, the environment, affordable housing, human rights, LGBTQ issues, healthcare, education, money in politics and ending mass incarceration. You will be a key part of our People Team and an important contributor to our growth as a company. You will work closely with our talent team and serve as a key thought partner to our executive team and department leads in designing and building a world-class organization, collaborating to invest in our most important asset: our people. You will oversee advocacy searches from end to end while leveraging hiring managers to ensure that all people-related work is done with excellence.
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We have an opportunity for a Talent Manager to join our Career Development team, with a focus on our Mentoring program development and launch.
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We are looking for passionate people who want to change the world through the art of storytelling. People that are driven to disrupt the status quo and not just look for another job. We are seeking a Talent Manager to join our growing team!
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We are seeking a dynamic ambassador, trusted business partner, and consummate team player to join our human resources team as Talent Manager. You will have the opportunity to lead talent strategies for key business units by creating strong partnerships with senior business leaders, talent acquisition, finance, and resource management. If you have a background in managing talent across sectors and geographies and love driving programming to develop future talent, then this job is for you!
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The Talent Manager is responsible for career development and performance feedback and coaching to help our artists grow and develop. Additionally, Talent Managers develop and oversee the day-to-day schedules of the digital artists. They also work closely with Producers and others as appropriate to schedule personnel to ensure proper casting as well as timely and efficient completion of productions.
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The Talent Manager will be a key player in partnering with leadership and staff to align operational needs with the organization’s overall talent management objectives. You will facilitate efforts in support of an inclusive culture by working closely with The Chief People Officer and the Diversity Equity Inclusion (DEI) Council to create and implement strategies that promote the development of talent and engagement of the staff. Using a DEI lens, you will help modernize our approach to recruitment, onboarding, retention, training, leadership development, goal setting, performance management, and learning and growth opportunities.
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Frequently asked questions
What does a talent manager do?
A talent manager is responsible for managing the careers of artists, actors, musicians, and other performers. Their job is to help their clients achieve their professional goals, negotiate contracts, and promote their brands. Some of the specific tasks of a talent manager may include:
Developing career strategies: Talent managers work with their clients to develop long-term career strategies that align with their professional goals.
Negotiating contracts: They negotiate contracts for their clients with agents, producers, and other industry professionals.
Managing finances: Talent managers are responsible for managing their clients' finances, including budgeting, forecasting, and accounting.
Marketing and promotion: They promote their clients' brands through various channels, including social media, advertising, and public relations.
Networking: Talent managers must network with industry professionals to identify new opportunities and develop relationships with agents, producers, and other key players in the industry.
Providing support: They provide emotional and logistical support to their clients, including managing their schedules, booking travel arrangements, and providing personal assistance.
What makes a good talent manager?
Some of the qualities that make a good talent manager include:
Excellent communication skills: Talent managers must have excellent communication skills to communicate effectively with clients, industry professionals, and other stakeholders.
Strong networking skills: They must have strong networking skills to build relationships with industry professionals and identify new opportunities for their clients.
Business acumen: Talent managers must have a solid understanding of business and finance to manage their clients' finances effectively.
Creativity: They must be creative and innovative in developing career strategies and promoting their client's brands.
Problem-solving skills: Talent managers must be able to think critically and solve problems quickly and effectively.
Emotional intelligence: They must have the high emotional intelligence to provide emotional support to their clients and navigate sensitive situations.
Overall, a good talent manager is an effective communicator, a strong networker, and has a solid understanding of business and finance. They are creative, and innovative, and have strong problem-solving and emotional intelligence skills.