The talent development manager leads the team of talent development partners.
As the manager, you will be responsible for ensuring the daily operations of the talent development department and ensure effective department workflows.
Complete administrative tasks for direct reports such as approving timecards, PTO, and expense reports.
Execute the talent development partners arm of the departmental strategy. Assign tasks and projects to talent development partners and provide regular detailed feedback to them. Assist and ensure talent development partners complete department projects.
Establish an annual facilitation schedule for each talent development partner’s book of business, and ensure each class has a detailed start to finish process to achieve our department’s intended student experience.
Conduct Kirkpatrick 4 levels of evaluation on all classes, and report evaluation data to the Director of Talent Development.
Partner with internal stakeholders to ensure content accuracy, learner retention, and the governance of the 70-20-10 model.
Hold regular meetings with talent development partners. Provide monthly performance feedback.
Regularly audit instructor classes and review training evaluations. Provide talent development partners with feedback on strengths and opportunities.
Develop and execute an enterprise-wide training strategy for mergers and acquisitions.
Serve as an administrator in the learning management system.
Learn and use instructional design software, Adobe Captivate, and use it to create internal e-learning content.
Manage vendor relationships
Preferred educational background: Degree/certificate in a talent development related program. Current involvement in a talent development association or talent development learning community.
At least 4 years working in a talent development role (Learning & development, training & development)
At least 2 years of supervisor experience leading direct reports and/or leading processes
May require sitting at a desk for long periods of time;
Requires sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, to permit the employee to function in a general office environment and accomplish tasks