Summary Talent Intelligence and Analytics is seeking a driven and talented program manager to assume responsibility for one of our newest and most exciting data visualization products: Talent Landscape.
Talent Landscape provides Intel's business groups with a monthly window into workforce data and competitive talent intelligence to effectively run their businesses.
In this role, you will own and manage all aspects of Talent Landscape. This includes but is not limited to:
Designing or overseeing the design of dashboards on an ongoing basis
Communicating program updates and changes to all users
Training development and delivery to users
Customer engagement to assess needs, document requirements, and solicit feedback
Ownership of HR's Talent Landscape, a data visualization dashboard providing critical HR data trends and insights to executives
Utilize best practices in creating data visualizations that distill complex data into accessible and actionable insights
Integrate multiple data sources and different data formats into visualizations that tell a compelling story
Work with various stakeholders, business partners, and senior executives to understand business needs
Ensure accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of building
At least 3 years of experience with data visualization technologies, preferably Tableau or Microsoft PowerBI
Strong problem solving and analytical skills
Ability to work in a dynamic and sometimes ambiguous environment
Can collaborate well with team members, partners, and other stakeholders
Strong privacy orientation and experience working with sensitive employee information
Self-motivated and highly detail-oriented with a drive to deliver solutions in a timely fashion
Inside this Business Group
Intel's Human Resources group is responsible for hiring, developing and retaining the best and brightest employees while continuing to strengthen the company's culture and values. Intel Human Resources provides first-rate, cost-effective services and support to employees worldwide and is dedicated to advancing Intel's business goals.