Job Locations:
Portland, ME
US – Remote

About WEX

WEX is an innovative payments and technology company leading the way in a rapidly changing environment. We are passionate about providing payment solutions with unparalleled security and control for corporate purchasing and transaction monitoring needs. We hire people who share the same passion for continuous innovation and client service. We are employee centric, offering value-based incentives and generous compensation and benefits packages. If you are looking for a growing career – come be part of WEX today!

Job Summary

WEX is looking for a Talent Manager to join our team and drive Talent Management efforts across the enterprise. Talent Managers at WEX serve as a first choice strategic partner to both HR Business Partners and People Leaders to deliver curated talent solutions for their client group(s) and support our Talent Strategy. In addition to serving as a strategic partner, Talent Managers are broadly responsible for our Core Talent Processes, including: performance management, succession planning, talent review, critical talent development, talent assessment, organizational design, and WEX talent programs for identified critical talent. 

This role is flexible to be based in Portland, Maine, or remote within the United States.

Key Responsibilities

  • Facilitate seamless partnership and collaboration with HR Business Partners on the delivery of Talent Management outcomes

  • Leverage a consultative approach to serve as a subject matter expert across talent initiatives

  • Ensure HRBPs and People Leaders are equipped to leverage Talent Management offerings in service of our Talent Strategy

  • Provide a broad range of analytical, research, and presentation preparation support of Talent Management function

  • Partner with other members of the Talent Management team to create a process to support succession planning, including turn-key ready materials for HR Business Partners to leverage during succession planning conversations 

  • Organize and attend succession planning meetings in partnership with the HR Business Partners

  • Serve as a strategic partner to HR Business Partners in support of effective development plans and strategic talent allocation plans for high potential team members and identified successors

  • Maintain list(s) and track development of critical talent and high potential employees year-over-year

  • Consult to deliver the full performance management process, from goal setting to year-end performance evaluation 

  • Continuously evaluate talent processes, identify and recommend opportunities for efficiencies, execute recommendations for improvement

  • Collaborate to ensure talent solutions work to achieve global DEI goals


Additional Responsibilities May Include: 

  • Serve as the designated program manager responsible for end to end delivery for a Core Talent Process

  • Collaborate with the Talent Development team to create necessary training materials

  • Collaborate with Corporate Communications team for communication collateral to support implementation of the Talent Processes 

  • Partner with the Talent Development team to support effective goal setting, feedback, coaching and performance evaluation across the enterprise

  • Lead critical experience mapping and facilitate the mapping of internal talent pipelines

  • Collaborate with the People Analytics team to leverage data and analytics to analyze key talent questions related to mobility, selection, compensation, development, and turnover

Who We Are Looking For 

  • 3-5+ years of related and relevant job experience

  • Advanced degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology or a related field is preferred

  • Ability to work in a dynamic, collaborative environment 

  • Agile and open to change

  • Strong executive presence and demonstrated influence skills

  • Strong communication and project and/or program management skills

  • Ability to apply change management principles to all projects and initiatives

  • A critical thinker who will be a thought partner and have a focus on continuous improvement

  • Ability to consult and diagnose situations to recommend solutions based on customer needs

  • Ability to collaborate across a wide range of stakeholders

  • Proactive and creative problem solver 

  • Prior experience with Workday is preferred

The base pay range represents the anticipated low and high end of the pay range for this position. Actual pay rates will vary and will be based on various factors, such as your qualifications, skills, competencies, and proficiency for the role. Base pay is one component of WEX’s total compensation package. Most sales positions are eligible for commission under the terms of an applicable plan. Non-sales roles are typically eligible for a quarterly or annual bonus based on their role and applicable plan. WEX’s comprehensive and market competitive benefits are designed to support your personal and professional well-being. Benefits include health, dental and vision insurances, retirement savings plan, paid time off, health savings account, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, disability insurance, tuition reimbursement, and more. For more information, check out the “About Us” section.

Salary Pay Range: $71,500.00 – $95,500.00