Our client, a worldwide online transportation network technology company, is changing the way the world thinks about transportation. They are building technology people use everyday. Headquartered in San Francisco, they are seeking a Learning Services Program Manager for a 12-month assignment.
• Supporting various People Development programs targeted to leaders
• Running logistics and manage scheduling for global programs and events
• Forging and maintaining relationships with cross-functional stakeholders, partners, and vendors to help deliver on programs that support culture of continuous learning
• Managing a learning-management system, intranet system, and / or enrollment tools
• Tracking KPIs, analyzing feedback from learners, constantly iterating Still think this is you? Keep reading!
You are . . .
• Organized. You have superior organizational skills and attention to detail, and you’re not easily overwhelmed.
• Self-driven. You follow through on all your tasks with integrity.
• Knowledgeable. You have experience implementing effective learning methods.
• Tech savvy. You can confidently navigate systems and tools, and constantly find ways to make tasks more efficient.
• A project manager. You have proven experience managing multiple projects in a fast-paced environment — and the ability to work within tight timelines.
• A planner. You’re always thinking ahead. You challenge yourself to think big and understand the value of approaching problems with a global mindset.
• Interpersonal. You’re comfortable communicating with senior leaders and managing external partners and vendors.
• Fun. You're charismatic — you can talk to anyone and in front of a crowd. You're flexible, fearless, and excited to help build something awesome and share it with the world. You have a passion for developing people and the business.
• Creative. You demonstrate excitement and creativity when running an event and you’re constantly looking for ways to innovate.
• Motivated. You’re obsessed with results and you love grinding away at issues. - A utility player. You’re excited to learn and willing to help out wherever needed.
• Results driven. You get things done in a highly matrixed and relationship-based organization, and you proactively follow up with partners to make sure that your project is on track.
• BA/BS degree in a related field or equivalent practical experience.
• 2-5 years of experience in Learning & Development, project management, organization development, or a related field.
• Experience coordinating large events with various moving parts and players.
• Experience developing learning content and materials.