The Senior Specialist, Strategic Research Initiatives helps achieve SHRM’s recognition as a thought leader in the Human Resources industry by leading large and complex research programs that support the organization’s key strategic initiatives. These strategic initiatives include, but are not limited to certification exams, development of talent analytics tools for the HR profession and other projects. The position works collaboratively and guides teams to develop and execute comprehensive research programs, evaluate deliverables and understand the success metrics of the work. This position actively contributes to charting the research strategy and the core activities associated with future strategic initiatives.
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This job requires occasional travel 20% - 30%.
The Society for Human Resource Management is an equal opportunity employer (Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran).
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