Sumitovant is the parent company of five biopharmaceutical companies: Myovant, Urovant, Enzyvant, Altavant and Spirovant. Our companies have a robust pipeline of innovative drug treatments targeting a broad range of diseases. With a technology-enabled approach to drug discovery, development and commercialization, we remove friction from the process of bringing promising new compounds to market.

At Sumitovant You Will:

  • Partner with business leaders to spearhead HR programs and strategies that enhance Sumitovant’s culture, including organizational design, talent development, performance management and feedback, compensation, employee engagement and retention, and internal communications
  • Proactively identify organizational needs and offer solutions to drive organizational and employee success
  • Assume responsibility for all talent management initiatives, including talent reviews, developing career progression frameworks, engagement survey strategy and execution, and performance management
  • Lead regular talent review discussions and partner with managers to evaluate current team structure and skills, org design, talent gaps and hiring plan to achieve business goals
  • Operate as an objective and trusted advisor, providing appropriate coaching to elevate the leadership team collectively and individually
  • Coach managers on performance management, feedback and employee development
  • Influence leaders and managers as they make talent decisions, while incorporating your understanding of the greater business goals and priorities
  • Use data to create insights and make recommendations to leadership to engage and develop talent
  • Deliver training programs that foster our inclusive environment and facilitate growth opportunities for employees
  • Drive Sumitovant’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives
  • Identify critical roles, assess bench strength, and develop robust and diverse succession plans
  • Interpret and apply understanding of corporate policies and practices, employment law, and other regulations to provide clear advice and guidance to business leaders and employees
  • Lead internal HR investigations by gathering and analyzing facts, applying relevant laws and policies, and recommending actions

 

Who You Are:

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience as an HR business partner or talent development lead, preferably in a company that has experienced rapid and sustained growth
  • High level of business acumen that links HR strategy to business strategy and commercial success
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills with a high degree of empathy and the ability to build relationships and trust with all levels of the organization
  • Excellent coaching and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Innately creative and flexible with a “roll up your sleeves” perspective, and at the same time have acute attention to detail and be well organized
  • Successful track record of developing and delivering presentations to all levels of the organization
  • Demonstrated project management and change management experience
  • Reputation for integrity, dedicated work ethic and accountability
  • Demonstrated experience with data and analytics and working with technical teams
  • Understanding and creativity in the use of technology to enable business improvements
  • Deep understanding of relevant employment laws
  • Prior experience working with biopharma companies is a plus
  • Previous recruiting experience a plus
  • Minimum BA/BS required

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