• Talent Analytics Leader

    Location US-IL-Chicago | US-IN-Indianapolis | US-CA-San Francisco | US-MO-Clayton | US-NY-New York
  • Company Overview

    Your Journey at Crowe Starts Here:

    At Crowe, you have the opportunity to deliver innovative solutions to today’s complex business issues. Crowe’s accounting, consulting, and technology personnel are widely recognized for their in-depth expertise and understanding of sophisticated process frameworks and enabling technologies, along with their commitment to delivering measurable results that help clients build business value. Our focus on emerging technology solutions along with our commitment to internal career growth and exceptional client value has resulted in a firm that is routinely recognized as a “Best Place to Work.” We are 75 years strong and still growing. Come grow with us! 

    Position Summary

    Talent Analytics Leader - Associate Director


    Location: Open


    The Talent Analytics Leader is responsible for developing and implementing a talent data strategy for the firm based on market research, the firm’s business strategy and future direction. Harnessing the power of the multitude of data points available as it relates to the firm’s workforce to bring forward predictive analytics models is a critical element of this role. This individual will direct analytics projects and initiatives that provide - data and analyses to ensure firm leaders are equipped to make thoughtful, data driven and talent centered decisions.  A core purpose of the role is to develop analytical frameworks, analyze and evaluate talent data to discover and present actionable approaches to key stakeholders and business leaders.  The leader has the responsibility to tell the story of our talent landscape and develop a talent analytics strategy that serves our Future of Talent@Crowe vision and overall business strategy.


    Essential Functions:

    • Research and present trending skills and capabilities, key talent and retention strategies, and drivers of engagement and retention.
    • Analysis of large data sets to distill insights and connect disparate ideas into cohesive recommendations and executive presentations.
    • Automation of workforce metrics and visualization of data via dashboards and other mechanisms to deliver insights.
    • Data quality processes and consistent use and adoption of measures, hierarchies, tools and reporting standards.
    • Manage the design of the Talent Solutions databases to optimize reporting and drive the transition to interactive self-service dashboards in alignment with leadership priorities.
    • Develop and implement predictive or actionable analytics, including data requirements, trade-offs in analytical methods and interpretation of results.
    • Oversees the firm’s HRIS solutions and guides the firm’s future strategy in this area.
    • Creation of models to assess trends, project needs, surface challenges and estimate costs.
    • Design and tracking of project plans to ensure completion of key milestones; integrates with other business processes.
    • Survey design for qualitative and quantitative insights.
    • Collaboration with key partners to develop workforce metrics that align with business priorities.
    • Manage, train and mentor the team to meet and exceed goals and deadlines.



    • Master’s degree (or an equivalent combination of undergraduate education and experience) in economics, industrial/organization psychology, finance, mathematics or applied sciences
    • Solid experience using quantitative and qualitative analytical strategies and working with multiple data sources to generate insights from analyses (e.g. dashboards, tables, metrics) answering questions or creating solutions, and manipulating data (e.g. check for data issues, clean, merge)
    • Solid experience using data visualization (e.g. tables, charts, graphs) to tell a story and represent analyses to an executive audience
    • Ability to connect business strategy to talent strategy
    • Strong desire and aptitude for deep analysis, building models, designing impactful data visualization
    • Proven capability to balance multiple priorities and excellent written and visual communication skills
    • A strong sense of curiosity about the world and social behavior
    • Project management experience
    • Working experience in Talent Solutions analytics, data science or business analytics
    • Knowledge of human centered design
    • Knowledge of the various tools and technology available (i.e. Tableau) in the market to deliver a progressive analytics strategy
    • Strong business communication, presentation and writing skills
    • Ability to communicate technical information and data to a non-technical audience in a logical, concise manner
    • Ability to understand strategic objectives and translate into delivery via compelling, well framed presentations
    • Strong problem formulation and problem solving skills
    • Superior learning agility; able to learn independently from a variety of sources; ability to thrive in ambiguous situations
    • Collaboration skills to develop buy-in and consensus that drives progress and results. 


    The above statements are intended to describe the essential job functions and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification.  They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties performed by personnel occupying this position.



    About the Team:


    Talent Solutions (TS):  TS helps Crowe attract, develop and retain the talent needed to meet and exceed Firmwide strategic goals.  TS is organized into six delivery units:

    • Learning and Talent Development Strategy - this area executes the firm’s strategy relative to the learning and development of our people including training, performance, career and leadership development.
    • Internal Communications and Employment Branding:  this area manages the execution of strategies to communicate with our people, improve the firm’s employment brand awareness in the market, and strengthen the firm’s reputation and our people’s development through corporate social responsibility efforts.
    • Talent Acquisition - this area executes the recruiting strategy to position us competitively in meeting the needs of the business for both campus and experienced talent.
    • Crowe Human Resource Services - this area executes the HR strategy and relative to critical people processes, procedures and tasks which occur throughout the year and through the various stages of the employee lifecycle – from hire to exit.
    • Alumni Relations
    • Diversity and Inclusion

    Our Benefits:

    At Crowe, we know that great people is what makes a great firm. We value our people and offer employees a comprehensive benefits package.

    Learn more about what working at Crowe can mean for you.


    How You Can Grow:

    We will cultivate your talent in an inclusive culture that values diversity. You will have the chance to meet on a consistent basis with your Career Coach who will guide you in your career goals and aspirations.

    Learn more about where talent can prosper.


    More about Crowe:

    Crowe ( is one of the largest public accounting, consulting and technology firms in the United States. Crowe uses its deep industry expertise to provide audit services to public and private entities while also helping clients reach their goals with tax, advisory, risk and performance services. Crowe is recognized by many organizations as one of the country's best places to work. Crowe serves clients worldwide as an independent member of Crowe Global, one of the largest global accounting networks in the world. The network consists of more than 200 independent accounting and advisory services firms in more than 130 countries around the world.





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