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Talent Fulfillment Analyst

Job Location: Singapore

Regional Description: Singapore

Job Number: 00623078


- Job description

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Professionals in our Corporate Functions run and manage Accenture’s internal operations and all activities across our business, from finance, HR and legal to workplace management, operations and marketing and communications. They are the engine that powers Accenture, enabling us to provide the capabilities and expertise that clients need to help them become high-performance businesses.


Human Resources professionals develop and execute HR strategies, programs and services across one or more parts of the employee lifecycle to attract, develop and retain a highly engaged and differentiated workforce that enables the execution of human capital and business strategies.

Job Description


The Talent Fulfillment Specialist is part of the Talent Supply Chain organization under HR Business Service Delivery.


The Talent Fulfillment Specialist is responsible for managing scheduling of resources for their respective resource pool, undertaking the critical set of processes which helps to identify and propose right talent from a resource pool to ensure fulfillment of all open roles and for managing/monitoring people productivity targets.


The Talent Fulfillment Specialist works with the Resource Pool Supply/Demand Specialist to focus on supply/demand management activities in order to deliver resources to fulfill demand at right time and price to meet client needs.


The Talent Fulfillment Specialist:

  • Determines ‘sourcing’ channel to fulfill demand
  • Understands project assumptions and priorities (including demand priority) for roles.
  • Access “alternate pools” as necessary
  • Works with the Resource Pool Supply/Demand Specialist to understand the business environment to determine, develop and execute innovative solutions to provide guidance and counsel to resolve supply/demand issues, and provide input into resource planning activities
  • Accountable for filling roles assigned to their resource pools and for getting their people staffed
  • Handles routine scheduling transactions and more complex situations with a minimum of help

Key Responsibilities:


Value Creator

  • Apply deep understanding of local knowledge and nuances of process areas supported
  • Establish self as an expert or key contributor
  • Increase client/customer or user satisfaction
  • Create re-usable solution, process or work product
  • Escalate issues and risks in a timely and appropriate manner
  • Make/propose improvements to work

Business Operator:

  • Responsible for filling demands assigned to their resource pools and for getting their people staffed
  • Creating short-term and long-term supply plans for their resource pool based on current and future demand view
  • Considers all sourcing channels in filling roles (e.g. contractors / new joiners)
  • Represent and/or support individual people in the scheduling process as needed
  • Understand needs, preferences, skills, etc. and match people to roles accordingly
  • For roles assigned to their resource pools, identify the resources in own resource pool or ‘borrow’ from another resource pool and fill the roles (Recruiting responsible for hiring new resources).
  • Work with career counselors on coaching employees on scheduling assignments
  • Drive and/or participate in decision-making for staffing decision that needs escalation
  • Consider and balance various scheduling principles in making decisions
  • Confirm scheduling assignments
  • Proactively communicate availability of people/skills and push to schedule available resource
  • Ensure accurate scheduling data in scheduling systems
  • Help facilitate alternative resource pool solutions
  • Approve bringing on contractors based on the lack of available resources and build relationships with contractors that specialize in resource pool area
  • Support project contact and Client Supply/Demand Specialist in defining, identifying and evaluating candidates for open resource requests; and filling resource requirements
  • Typically works with the Client S/D Specialist but may work directly with client team executives when that is more effective
  • Manages roll of dates and individual chargeability of all resources within their resource pool
  • Responsible to identify contingent staffing requirement and work with procurement team to fill contingent staffing positions on projects
  • Build and maintain relationships with Client Supply/Demand Specialist through regular meetings, ad-hoc discussion, regular e-mails etc. to collaborate on meeting the client demand
  • Depending on the situation, be flexible about who is in the best position to help the project 
  • If contacted directly by a project team, immediately include the Engagement and share the scheduling process/owners with the project executive
  • Review the new/updated open roles and get additional information if necessary from Client Supply/Demand Specialist
  • Search potential resources within approved fulfillment channels, review available and/or interested resources and create candidate shortlist
  • Propose shortlisted candidates with Client Supply/Demand Specialist for review, confirm assignment of selected candidate and update calendar accordingly
  • Manage Roll Off Dates and Confirm extension of new roles
  • Manage and track people productivity metrics such as chargeability, bench, average time to fill demands for their respective resource pool
  • Confirm schedule/Gather feedback recent experience/Collect preferences
  • Determine staffing principles that apply to individual
  • Search for open roles that comply with protocol for individual
  • Assess options with Resource Pool Client Supply/Demand Specialist for individual (re-skilling)
  • Report on open roles
  • Deliver according to agreed SLAs and statutory obligations
  • Ensure high quality work products and processes
  • Meet deliverable requirements/specific targets
  • Maximize personal productivity
  • Meet challenging/key timelines
  • Reduce dependency on supervisor’s inputs

People Developer:

  • Build skills needed to execute current responsibilities
  • Contribute to a positive work environment

Key Relationships:



Resource Pool Supply/Demand Specialist, Client Supply/Demand Specialist, Resource Fulfilment Channels, Recruiters, Employees, Project Managers, Shared Services, Procurement


Work Experience:

  • Experience of delivering HR services to internal/ external clients is preferred
  • Good communication and relationship management skills
  • Capability to understand and balance the impact of scheduling decisions on all of the business outcomes (overdue demand, productivity, labor cost, employee engagement, etc.)
  • Capability to understand and appreciate a project’s perspective on unfilled demand, and be able to communicate status, challenges, action/support needed from the project, etc. in order to fill demand
  • Ability to remain confident under pressure and work with project teams collaboratively to address issues
  • Understanding of financial implications of workforce, level, contractor usage, etc. as they are filling demand

Professional Skill Requirements

  • Proven success in contributing to a team-oriented environment 
  • Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment 
  • Desire to work in an information systems environment 
  • Excellent leadership, communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills


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