One of Ireland's most established regulatory bodies who put people and animals at the core of what they do are seeking an experienced, strategic, Learning & Development Manager to join their team.
Reporting into the Director of HR & Change, you will manage 2 direct reports as you oversee the position of training, learning and development activities across all parts of the organisation. Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
- Providing leadership to manage the overall performance of an evolving L&D team by defining objectives, setting targets, coordinating activities, developing team members and ensuring policies and practices are in place.
- Supporting the Director of HR & Change in the management and development of the department to achieve the required levels of performance.
- Providing input into the development of a HR Strategy that will enable the organisation to operate effectively and efficiently in line with the requirements of the mission, vision, strategic plan and culture.
- Monitoring trends and developments in the external environment related to training, learning, development, change management, organisational development, behaviour and design.
- Delivering management and leadership development programmes to support the leadership capability within the organisation.
- Leading, coordinating and participating in the performance development programme within L&.
- Managing and guiding employees through organisational change and development initiatives.
- Performing such other duties as the organisation may reasonably require.
To be successful in this role, you have a third level qualification in Organisational Development/Learning & Development or Human Resources. You have a minimum of 3 years' experience in a similar role and have strong experience in the planning and management of employee learning, training and development within an organisation.
You are passionate, engaging and have excellent analytical skills and experience in identifying improvement opportunities, generating ideas, and implementing solutions.
To learn more, apply online or contact Melissa Shannon on +353 1 632 1871 for a confidential discussion.