WHO WE ARE
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global financial services firm providing investment banking, securities and investment management services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals.
The firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong and other
major financial centres around the world.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
Divisional Overview :
The Human Capital Management (HCM) Division unleashes human potential for the benefit of our firm, people, clients, shareholders, and communities.
As a client-centric, people driven business, we focus on the experiences of our people and support them through all aspects of their experience at the firm.
Business Partner (BP) teams advises leaders and empowers managers to unleash the potential of our talent. We work closely with divisional leadership to address on-going and strategic business issues.
Role Overview & Responsibilities :
This will be a critical role providing extensive HR solutions and strategy to a particular assigned division of the firm.
The BP will be a partner to the business on a wide variety of people-focused activities, both strategic and transactional, including : Management of the annual compensation, promotion, hipotential and succession planning.
There will be partnership with HCM colleagues within the functional teams and with global divisional teams to provide tailored solutions in areas such as campus and lateral recruiting, professional development and relocations.
More broadly, the BP acts both as the advocate of the divisional client with HCM to ensure that the people-related needs are considered and met, and also as the representative to the divisional client on HCM services, including those mentioned above and in Wellness, Employee Relations, Benefits and Diversity.
They will be closely involved in various HR transactions on a regular basis, including designing competitive offers for laterally sourced candidates, meeting with candidates to explain benefits and the value proposition of the firm, and setting expatriate packages for incoming transferees.