Job title: Lead Talent Specialist

Company: ATB

Job description: :At ATB, we exist to make it possible for our clients, team members and communities. Our purpose is more than aspirational. It’s a real commitment we live every day through our values (what we call the ).
Life at ATB is about more than work. In fact, we’re consistently recognized as one of thanks to our high-care, high-performance culture, upheld by the three commitments we make to our team members:Impact in action: No matter where you are in the organization, you’re empowered to make an impact in the lives of our clients and communities.Thrive together: We want you—the unique, authentic you—to feel safe and celebrated at work. We’re on a continuous journey to build the most flexible and inclusive programs.Ready for tomorrow: We want to enable your success through interesting and challenging work, performance enablement, and learning and development.About the rolePlease note: this is a temporary burst opportunity for 12-months, potential for extension.PurposeDevelops and delivers projects focused on the management, development and retention of team members; includes topics such as, learning and development, leadership development, SRI-wide experience delivery, and culture activation.Accountabilities

  • Uses relevant domain knowledge and expertise to support the translation of SRI’s operating plans into into people needs and priorities
  • Designs, scopes, prioritizes, and manages talent and culture programs for SRI
  • Assesses and measures progress against SRIs talent priorities and outcomes, through SRI Talent Sentiment and SRI Engagements, and utilizes insights and feedback collected from team members throughout experiences to plan future initiatives
  • Partners with Communication Director to ensure that the right information is shared with the right audience at the right time, to enable a thriving team experience
  • Partners with PCBC to ensure that enterprise talent programs (core and domain learning, workforce planning, etc.) are enabled and adopted to a high degree within SRI
  • Supports SRI leaders in their journey by designing and delivering programs that invest in their development, grow their networks, and keep them informed of critical people processes
  • Leads and designs experiences and initiatives to further mature SRI’s irresistible culture and continues executing on the programs implemented
  • Supports and leads the experience and discussions on talent needs of the future for annual executive strategy sessions
  • Manages and coordinates special projects through all phases of initiation, development and implementation, as required

Skills, experience & requirementsCore Technical Skills

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  • Strategic planning – Documenting and establishing direction of a vision and roadmap for a project or program
  • Performance enablement – Strategic build of enablement programs to support leadership and teams
  • Talent strategy development – Setting the strategy for talent needs, including definition of skill and capability needs required to deliver SSU strategies
  • Project delivery, planning and steering – Ensuring alignment with project plan and stakeholders
  • Business process management – Studying and changing business processes to improve over time
  • Research & journey mapping through the employee experience lifecycle lens
  • Business fundamentals including financial management, metrics reporting and business problem solving
  • Experience with: Project management skills including budget management, change management, and process governance

Interpersonal and Leadership Skills

  • Active listening
  • Written & Verbal Communication
  • Stakeholder & relationship management
  • Influence


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Management, Communications, Organizational Behavior or related field

Don’t meet all the requirements on the list?
A resume only goes so far in expressing who you are and the unique perspectives you bring. If you believe your skills and experience align with the role—but you might not check all the boxes—we want to hear from you. We encourage candidates from all work backgrounds, equity-seeking communities and experience levels to apply. If you’re seeking a career where your drive, perspective and growth are celebrated, we want to hear from you. We’re dedicated to building a workforce reflective of those within our communities, and a culture where our team members are equipped with what they need to succeed—their way. Part of creating an inclusive workplace is recognizing our role in advancing Truth and Reconciliation. We are committed to meeting and exceeding the standards set out in the program created by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.What happens next?
If you are shortlisted, you’ll hear from us after the posting closes. Check out our page to learn more about our hiring process. If you need any accommodations throughout this process, please let us know atStay in touch
We’re excited that you’re interested in a career with ATB. Follow us on , and to learn more about what our team is up to.

Location: Calgary, AB

Job date: Fri, 28 Jun 2024 23:39:08 GMT