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Director of Human Resources

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Location: New York, NY, United States
Job ID: 1003392
Company: Ocwen US

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Job Description


Position Available

Contact:

Wendi Snyder, (MBS)

Ocwen Financial Corporation

E-mail: [email protected]

Job Title:

Director of Human Resources

Work Location:

312 West 23rd Street, New York, New York 10011

Hours/Week:

40

No. of Positions Available:

1

Job Duties:

Develop human capital strategies to identify competency, knowledge and/or talent gaps and develop specific programs to fill the gaps; Understand, evaluate and improve on existing workforce planning, talent development and talent acquisition processes through on-boarding, performance management, leadership development and career and succession planning programs for all levels of the organization; Evaluate existing talent acquisition efforts against the growing and changing needs of the business and make appropriate recommendations to ensure the attraction, selection, development and retention of the best possible talent to support business objectives; Create and reinforce a differentiated employer brand, and support, as appropriate, regional leaders with specific geographic challenges in attracting the best talent; Ensure a high performance and positive culture focusing on retention and engagement aligning with the values of the organization to ensure accountability and productivity; Oversee appropriate reward systems and strategies for all levels of the organization both field and corporate and work closely with the Total Rewards COE team in developing a compensation and performance management philosophy that drives appropriate and measurable behaviors and business outcomes; Strengthen and develop high potential leaders through appropriate development programs for succession and retention purposes and ensure effective training and development for employees at all levels of the business; and Foster a positive environment by modeling cultural expectations and guiding leaders to reward performance and value "can do" people, accountability, diversity and inclusion, flexibility, continuous improvement, collaboration and creativity.

Primary Education Required:

Master's degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or Industrial Labor Relations

Primary Experience Required:

Five years of professional experience in a human resource managerial role

Special Requirements:

Five years of professional experience in a human resource managerial role with an international organization of at least 10,000 employees globally with an Asia Pacific (APAC) operation directing HR management for at least 500 employees; supporting globally located teams across multiple office locations, including APAC based teams, in sales, operations, finance or capital markets; working in a matrixed global organization across different departments, time zones, cultures and varying country employment laws; advising and guiding at C-Suite level or organizationally equivalent levels; acting as an advisor to senior leaders to manage strategic and tactical priorities for business success and driving then implementation of people programs and plans; managing and leading Strategic People Plan of merger and acquisition or similar business integration or change projects; serving as an HR business lead for compensation processes, operating as an in-business specialist or expert on compensation matters; leading performance management, corrective action and investigations for the business, up to and including termination of employment and reductions in force; and producing and analyzing data, to develop analytically supported solutions for people related matters. Position requires domestic travel at least once per month.

About Us


Company: Ocwen US

Ocwen is intensely focused on hiring, developing and retaining the best talent in the industry! Our commitment to Diversity & Inclusion ensures that we are an organization that creates, promotes and sustains an inclusive work environment in which diversity, inclusiveness and respect are integral parts of our culture and work environment. Building the reputation as an outstanding place to work, a great business partner and a valued community member is our everyday endeavor.

Ocwen's mission is to delight our customers through caring service and innovative lending solutions. We proudly serve over 1.3 million families with their mortgage needs by helping to find real solutions that benefit our customers and help to build stronger communities. Helping Homeowners is What We Do!®

Consider an opportunity to join our global team and put "Caring in Action" while growing your career.

Ocwen and its subsidiaries are proud to be equal opportunity workplaces. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

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