Global Assurance Learning and Education Design Manager - FTC
Who we are looking for?
We are looking for an experienced classroom or blended learning instructional designer to join the Global Assurance Learning and Education (GAL&E) team.
Project Management experience is an advantage, though not essential. At a minimum they should have a strong understanding of the learning development process and willingness to develop skills in this area as this is an essential part of the role.
They should also be able to effectively communicate ideas visually and use basic graphic packages (e.g. MS Visio) to create info graphics and mock-ups.
The successful candidate will report into GAL&E Project Leaders. Key aspects of the role include:
Customer Relationship Management
Prioritise work, in conjunction with other relevant parties, to meet agreed requirements in a cost effective manner.
Create, identify and respond to opportunities to provide consultancy and coaching within GAL&E.
Deliver highly effective classroom and blended learning training content using adult learning principles and instructional design theory
Utilise existing global processes and instructional design strategies for delivering different types/methods of training.
Advise on appropriate blends and design to achieve stated learning objectives
Advise on assessment and evaluation possibilities and considerations, making appropriate recommendations
Develop and monitor project plans, milestones and budgets for individual projects
Project manage projects from inception to launch, including:
Initiate, organise and facilitate project kick-off meeting, as required
Help define programme objectives and key learning points, and ensure they are addressed by materials /medium developed, in conjunction with programme leader and/or development team
Prepare, communicate, and ensure sign off by key stakeholders/L&E personnel project planning documents
Brief, coach and manage all internal resources and external vendors, throughout the lifecycle of the project
Monitor and communicate milestones to key stakeholders on an ongoing basis, seeking input and sign off as needed
Define budget requirements and track budget to actual (escalating as necessary)
Tracking budget costs (expenses and time).
Providing regular reporting to team leader.
Learning Technology & Evaluation Consultation
Contribute to or lead projects relating to Learning Technology
Research and Knowledge Sharing as identified by the Learning
Technology, Evaluations and Assessments team leader.
Regularly share knowledge with other instructional designers within the GAL&E team, and be willing to share knowledge with the wider GAL&E team and the PWC learning community globally.
The following skills are required for this role:
A strong understanding of and a passion for classroom learning and blended learning and how they can be used to add value and transform the way we learn
Experience of designing high quality learning solutions
Customer focussed at all times– understanding their needs and keepingthem in mind when taking actions or making decisions.
The ability to build and strengthen long-term relationships.
Strategic perspective – ability to keep overall strategies and goals in mind.
Goal orientated – maintaining focus on agreed objectives and deliverables.
Analytical skills – effective identification of issues and the application of sound conclusions resulting in right solution, at the right time, at the right cost.
Follow-up and monitoring – checking progress against targets, reporting as necessary and taking action to resolve exceptions.
Project management skills
Be a team player, with the ability to help the team out with whatever is required
Opportunity for working from home? (Occasionally)
Amount of time client based (0%)
Opportunity for job sharing? (No)
Need to travel/overnight stays away from home (Yes – ranging from 2 days to 2 weeks)
Opportunity for flexible working (hours)? (No)
Amount of time PwC office based (100%)