Head of Learning Academies
Head of Learning Academies, 12 month FTC
Our client, a global consumer business based in West London, is looking for an Academies Project Manager on a 12 month fixed term contract, to lead the development of learning solutions across the organisation. This is a transformational role, looking at the employee learning experience through a holistic programme.
The Head of Academies will focus on developing the architecture of how they curate, store and organise their core curricula for key job families. Creating the architecture of a global curricula for specific job families that is inclusive of market needs and can be deployed across markets. The role requires significant stakeholder management and engagement across HR and the different geographical teams. Responsibilities will include:
- Developing the framework for how the core curricula is structured & curated
- Defining the employee experience that will enable all employees to access learning within the flow of their job that enhances performance and linked to career paths
- Developing a process for how they continually review, curate and update learning curricula
- Designing an approach that will increase adoption and utilisation of learning content and metrics to measure this.
- Owning the strategic direction of the learning proposition
- Using external and internal insight to shape the strategic intent and vision for the learning proposition and continually seek ways to improve value and the learner experience.
- Review the L&D Demand Plan to identify future needs and inform the learning proposition.
- Lead the development of content and initiatives based on the requirements of the business, applying latest thinking in learning to ensure efficiency and effectiveness.
- Own all methodologies, learning frameworks and approaches for the learning curricula.
To be successful, you will have extensive experience in designing and developing job family curricula within a global matrix organisation. Strong programme management and stakeholder management skills are key.