Learning Path Manager - Workforce Capability

  • Negotiable
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Deutsche Bank
  • 21 Mar 19

You'll be joining the team who are responsible for developing and implementing learning frameworks across Infrastructure Divisions and Infrastructure-oriented professions.

Job Title: Learning Path Manager - Workforce Capability
Corporate Title: Vice President
Division: Human Resources
Location: London


You'll be joining the team who are responsible for developing and implementing learning frameworks across Infrastructure Divisions and Infrastructure-oriented professions, and for the end to end design and delivery of Infrastructure Division-specific training interventions. This role is responsible for this, as well as leading the virtual global team of Learning Path managers.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Partnering with Infrastructure Divisional training leads to develop learning frameworks for Infrastructure sub-Divisions and Infrastructure-based Professions that incorporate regulatory, technical product and personal effectiveness training needs
  • Developing, designing and implementing training programs that satisfy the requirements of the Infrastructure Division, including Divisional enhancements of Cross-divisional training
  • Providing functional management of a global team of Learning Path Managers
  • Developing and monitoring the utilisation of sub-Divisional Infrastructure training books of work and partnering with sub-Divisional technical training owners to ensure alignment of technical training with applicable HR policy, processes and technology e.g. use of C2L
  • Partnering with Management Information to develop, implement and monitor on an ongoing basis analytics that capture training spend and the effectiveness of training interventions
  • Advocating the use and supporting the continuous improvement of cross-Divisional training interventions e.g. Digital curriculum, Management fundamentals
  • Partnering with Communications and Engagement to design cross-Infrastructure standard materials required to support Divisional training needs e.g. ExCo briefings on Management curriculum
  • Attending business briefings as an Subject Matter Expert on Group, Division, sub-Division and Role/Profession training topics
  • Developing and delivering advice for individuals and groups of employees relating to training e.g. challenges/queries regarding the digital curriculum, Education Sponsorship)
  • Management of the Infrastructure Divisional training vendor landscape, including development of a Divisional Preferred Supplier List

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Proven experience of developing learning pathways based on an understanding of Business learning needs
  • Previous experience managing a large team, with experience managing team members in remote locations and/or different geographies
  • Experience partnering with technical or Product training managers
  • Understanding of Infrastructure functional roles
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, Influencing and relationship skills
  • Ability to liaise with multiple stakeholders across the organisation and influence thinking in senior people strong client relationship skills
  • Ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary, virtual team supported by global pools of professionals experience collaborating with both the business and different areas in Human Resource
  • Ability to ensure consistent use of standards around key processes and offerings (e.g., talent, succession, performance, development, promotion) whilst ensuring fit/suitability for target group/client
  • Professional at all times, proactive, results-oriented, can-do attitude, flexible, comfortable with ambiguity and change, resilient, rigorous
  • Effective project management skills including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize key products and programs together

Diversity, inclusion and mutual respect are essential elements of who we are. These values define the working environment we strive to create - engaging, supportive and welcoming of different views. We believe innovation stems from intellectual curiosity alongside the right mix of skills and talents. Therefore, we embrace a culture reflecting a variety of perspectives, insights and backgrounds. The company promotes equality of opportunity and encourages the development of all employees to their full potential. We are open to agile working arrangements - talk to us about flexibility and other initiatives we offer.

We are an equal opportunities employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race (which includes colour, nationality and national or ethnic origins), religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. We aim to treat all employees in a fair and consistent manner, promote good working relationships to encourage high standards of conduct and performance within a work environment free from harassment, bullying and discrimination.

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