People M&A Leader

Cupertino, CA 95014
  • Job Code
    200271331
Summary

Summary

Posted: Aug 2, 2021

Weekly Hours: 40

Role Number:200271331

As a member of Apple's People Team, you'll help discover and develop our most meaningful resource: our people. T...Summary

Summary

Posted: Aug 2, 2021

Weekly Hours: 40

Role Number:200271331

As a member of Apple's People Team, you'll help discover and develop our most meaningful resource: our people. Together, we'll search the world to build our collective of hardworking visionaries and inventors. All the while, your efforts will maintain Apple as the most innovative company by striving to make us the most diverse - open to all people, all backgrounds, and all perspectives. That's just the beginning, because throughout Apple employees' careers, you will continue to help them grow, supporting them in work and life.

Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, great ideas have a way of becoming great products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and you will accomplish great things! We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced human resources (HR) professional to join our People M&A Team which is responsible for all People elements of Apple's mergers and acquisitions, globally.

This position is based on site in Cupertino, CA.

Key Qualifications

  • Experience in M&A with a company with sales in excess of $1 Billion annually or experience at a consulting firm leading mergers and acquisitions activities on behalf of clients.
  • Strong project management skills and use of project management methodology, along with the ability to influence people and lead change.
  • At least seven years People/HR experience interacting with all levels including senior management.
  • Exposure and knowledge of the due diligence processes and procedures used within the context of mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and/or joint ventures, including applicable laws and regulations that can affect M&A decisions.
  • Experience leading and working on complex cross-functional projects with multiple partners, including experience working internationally.
  • Proven organizational skills and change management skills.
  • Excellent presentation skills. Must be able to craft and deliver with ease compelling and informative presentations, to audiences large and small.
  • Confident and composed with senior executives both at Apple and at target companies.
  • Ability to remain composed given aggressive timelines and a high volume of activities throughout deal process.
  • Ability to balance objective and subjective. Acquisitions can be difficult especially for the target's team. They must be assured that they and their colleagues will be well-cared for, that concerns will be heard and that issues can be resolved collaboratively. Must combine clear business sense (especially as it relates to costs and compensation) with compassion.
  • Ease in analyzing and reporting data in order to identify issues, trends, or exceptions to drive improvement of results and find solutions.
  • Willingness to travel (including internationally) up to 40 percent of the time and often on extremely short notice.
  • Willingness and flexibility to work within varying time zones, nights, weekends and off hours.
  • High customer attention and awareness that constantly seeks creative solutions with the highest standards of integrity to produce a set of positive experiences for the acquired employees.
  • Ability to combine strategic thinking, strong operational execution with solid attention to detail.

Description
- Manages the overall People project plan, guides the due diligence and analysis (particularly the talent evaluation with the acquiring organization), drives the People workstreams for integration planning and execution.
- Partners with cross-functional specialists and managers throughout the deal, from initiation to integration, with a particular attention to colleagues in the People function.
- Ensures that Apple delivers an unmatched experience for the new employees (and their families if relocating), including providing insight to Apple's culture, clarity around the process and enthusiasm for what's ahead.
- Partner with Business (Deal sponsor), Corporate Development, Integration and People team on M&A transactions as it relates to diligence, execution, integration planning, and on-boarding.
- In certain domestic and international deals, along with People specialists from Global Mobility, delivers a customized relocation evaluation experience, helping employees and families get to know Apple and the Bay Area and enabling them to commit to the relocation with confidence.

Education & Experience

Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Psychology or other business-related field. Master's degree in Human Resources, Labor Relations or similar area of study is preferred.

Additional Requirements

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