Talent Manager (Organizational Assessment & Effectiveness)

by Trojan Technologies

Position Type: Full-time
Location: London, ON
Date Posted: Oct 25, 2021
Trojan Technologies

Job Description

Talent Manager (Organizational Assessment & Effectiveness)


At Trojan Technologies, we believe there’s nothing more essential than delivering clean water to the world. That’s especially true in this critical moment, when the world’s supply of clean water is under substantial stress due to industrialization, increasing demand, and rising biological and chemical contamination. Our mission is to stem that tide: to ensure greater water confidence and environmental stewardship for people, industries, and municipalities, improving the lives of over one billion people globally.


As part of our global team, you’ll work alongside customers from municipalities to pharmaceutical and food and beverage companies to build creative, sustainable solutions. You’ll also find a welcoming and supportive team that listens to your ideas and allows you to follow your strengths. All of us feel privileged to work on innovative technologies that bring clean water to the world—we hope you will, too.


Trojan is proud to be one of Danaher's Water Quality companies. Motivated by the highest possible stakes of climate change and global health, we’re working together within a rapidly digitizing industry to find innovative technologies that guarantee the safety of our water and our environment.


We have an amazing career opportunity available for a Talent Manager. Reporting to the VP Human Resources, this role will own the talent management strategy for Trojan Technologies. This includes company-wide talent processes (performance management, organization reviews, organizational planning, development planning, competency framework), as well as design and guidance for execution of all talent-related metrics. Are you are excited by the opportunity to tackle a new role and make it your own? If so, this could be for you!


This is a hybrid onsite/in office role and will be required to live in the London, Ontario area to be able to work in office one to two days per week for calibration and collaboration.



Essential responsibilities:

  • Lead global Trojan Technologies talent processes (Organization Talent Assessment, Performance Management, Employee Development).

  • Lead talent calibration activities that foster alignment around performance management, identify top talent, accelerate their development and enable equitable and inclusive talent practices.

  • Serve as a “Thought Leader” to both HR and business leaders. Coach them on executing high-quality development planning and identifying strong talent.

  • Run the delivery of engagement efforts.

  • Develop relevant training and communications to inform appropriate business partners and assist HRBP’s with execution.

  • Lead the use of assessment tools related to talent development (360 feedback and others).

  • Lead all aspects of the Leadership Pillar Training offerings (Development 4 Growth, Crucial Conversations, Leadership Essentials, Situational Leadership, and Building Inclusive Leaders), including identification of potential attendees and instructors.

  • Understand Mid-Level Leadership Program and Accelerated Leadership Program objectives and identify potential attendees based on future leadership potential.

  • Redefine how emerging programs (New Graduate and General Manager Development Program) operate to ensure appropriate branding, clarification of objectives, standardization of rotations, and communication protocols.

  • Develop and deliver talent management solutions that will strengthen Trojan Technologies’ culture and support Diversity & Inclusion initiatives.

  • Design and execute appropriate metrics around talent processes and training to understand current state, need for improvement, and appropriate countermeasures.




  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Psychology, or Human Resources is required

  • 6+ years of experience in performance management/talent development strategy capacity coupled with prior HR Business Partner role experience

  • Outstanding verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills for interaction at all levels, including strong group facilitation skills

  • Analytical skills and business knowledge

  • Ability to lead large-scale projects and adept at handling and effectively prioritizing multiple contending priorities and duties in fast paced environment



When you join us, you’ll also be joining Danaher’s global organization, where 69,000 people wake up every day determined to help our customers win. As an associate, you’ll try new things, work hard, and advance your skills with guidance from dedicated leaders, all with the support of powerful Danaher Business System tools and the stability of a tested organization.

At Danaher, we value diversity and the existence of similarities and differences, both visible and not, found in our workforce, workplace and throughout the markets we serve.  Our associates, customers and shareholders contribute unique and different perspectives as a result of these diverse attributes.

If you’ve ever wondered what’s within you, there’s no better time to find out.

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