Director, HRBP, MAC Corporate

Estée Lauder - New York, NY

back to search
  • New York, NY
  • This position has been filled

Job Description

Director, HRBP, MAC Corporate in New York, New York

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with MAC brand leadership to identify key business priorities to support brand business objectives and growth and provide strong leadership within the MAC Corporate population.
  • Lead the delivery of MAC employee relations expertise for the Corporate population to drive performance, including identification of employee relations themes and trends that lead to insight and delivery of solutions
  • Oversee the recruitment of top talent to fill open MAC Corporate positions as well as build the talent pipeline through collaboration with the Talent COE. with managers on identifying learning and development needs of the MAC Corporate staff and partner with relevant HR COEs and others as needed to identify and deliver appropriate learning and development support.
  • Provide guidance to brand leaders on the preparation and delivery of MAC Corporate performance reviews and ensure timely completion. Reinforce awareness and application of the leadership competency model as a tool for providing feedback.
  • Work in collaboration with HR Total Rewards COE to manage compensation and benefits for the MAC Corporate population (mid-mgmt and below), including salary planning and administration (i.e., merit, bonus, promotions, adjustments and equity programs) and ensure competitive positioning and internal equity.
  • Foster a culture of engagement and empowerment that values diversity and demonstrates fair and consistent management practices. Ensure all employees continue to feel workplace respect and open communication.
  • Communicate and execute Corporate HR initiatives and programs
  • Coordinate with appropriate global HR service delivery leadership, including Employee Services, to ensure consistency and cohesiveness across the delivery of the services.
  • Maintain a strong awareness of best practices internally and externally


  • 8 years of relevant experience in a progressive and dynamic environment.
  • Requires a skilled facilitator with sound judgment and diplomacy.
  • Must be a strategic thinker with the ability to influence and to drive business objectives while maintaining standards of “high touch”.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of legal and regulatory factors including relevant employment laws.
  • Maintains an awareness of industry best practices.
[mc4wp_form id="178"]