Cornerstone OnDemand24,315 positions
At Cornerstone, our mission is to help organizations around the world continuously develop and inspire their people, because we know that when you create a culture of engagement, business performance follows.
Cornerstone OnDemand has a unique opportunity to help build out a production studio and be a critical hub for the creation and innovation of learning content that will help millions of people perform better at their jobs.
The Talent Business Partner will not only be imperative as Cornerstone scales as an organization, but as we continue to lead out with best in class practices for our employees.
Cornerstone is looking for a User Experience Designer to help tackle complex tasks and transform them into intuitive, accessible and easy-to-use designs for millions of people to use around the world.
+ Preference given to those with experience in Talent Management system integrations with packages such as Success Factors, PeopleSoft, Taleo, SAP, Oracle, Siebel, Salesforce\.com\.
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