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Talent Analyst and Talent Operations Manager

Tulsa Public Schools

Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114
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The talent analyst serves as a consultant to school leaders on talent management-related issues and works with district staff to deliver high quality talent management services. Provide school leaders and district teams with workforce analytics and critical information to improve their talent processes. Work within the talent management functional areas of talent acquisition, employee relations, benefits administration, policy implementation and others to better utilize data for decision making.

Operations Manager:

Manage the daily functions of up to 10 talent specialists responsible for personnel transactions, data entry into the district’s human resource information system and provision of services to employees. Provide high-level administrative support to ensure daily department operations are carried out efficiently. Prepare district reports, inter-departmental communications, process information requests, and perform clerical functions such as invoicing and purchasing, preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings/agendas. Coordinate and manage small projects to support the functions of the talent management team. Provide direct administrative support to the talent management leadership team.




Education: Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources or related field. Society for Human Resource Management professional certification required or ability to obtain within a year 

Experience:Minimum of three years of experience in human resource related positions. Exceptional analytical skills, mastery of business intelligence or related discipline preferred

Operations Manager:

Education:Bachelor’s degree in education, business administration, project management or related field highly preferred. Equivalent work experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.

Experience: Minimum of five years of experience in administrative support, including budget and project management, operation/logistics or other related experience within human resources, human capital or personnel administration. Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and NOVUS.

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