Citigroup Early Career Program Manage in New York, New York
The Program Manager is responsible for the full end-to-end management of Analyst and Associate experiences including overseeing the following processes for Financial & Securitization:
Performance Management and Compensation, Career Development, Engagement, Promotions, Manager Capability and Employees Relations.
Performance Management & Compensation
Drive Analyst & Associate year-end processes for your franchises, including ratings and compensation
Manage compensation data and reporting
Execute on Analyst-Associate promotion process
Career Development & Mobility Opportunities
Manage mobility with Analysts and Associates within the NAM region; partner with Recruiting, compensation and business stakeholders
Provide career coaching and support for those looking for internal opportunities
Manage any career development domestic or global rotations
Engagement, Immersion & Offboarding
Partner with managers/staffers on the immersion of new talent into the organization hired at the lateral level
Maintain a pulse on the population around morale, trends and overall experience through quick chats, Roadshows and other ad hoc feedback mechanisms
Conduct Exit Interviews with all resigning employees and help manage attrition data
- Actively engage with managers and staffers throughout the talent cycle to impart best practices for managing and developing junior talent
- Partner with the HR Advisor, Employee Relations, and Legal teams to evaluate and resolve all employee relations issues
- Partner closely with Early Career Learning teams to execute and implement the new hire induction training program at both Analyst and Associate levels.
- Partner closely with immigration team to ensure all junior bankers requiring sponsorship are properly put through the visa process
The ideal candidate will be a college graduate, preferably with 2-3 years of campus recruiting, program management, or other relevant experience
Desire to be in a service-oriented environment with enthusiasm and high level of interest in Human Resources and program design and management
Strong technical skills, including significant experience using Excel and PowerPoint
Ability to manipulate and manage large data sets
Strong communication, writing and oral presentation skills, with the ability to liaise with stakeholders at various levels of management, including very senior interactions and expectations
Ability to prioritize as needed while handling multiple time-sensitive projects and maintaining high level of attention to detail in a very fast-paced environment
Flexibility to work some early morning and evening hours
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