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Digital Capability Manager

Job Description

In this role, you will be part of a friendly team who is passionate about delivering great things. We are looking for someone with deep expertise as a learning and talent development specialist to help review, scope and make clear recommendations on the design and delivery of impactful, inclusive and innovative talent programmes to build capability.

You will work with stakeholders to understand their needs and provide options and the right advice on how best to meet their requirements. Options could include enhancing and increasing the volume or breadth of existing initiatives or creating new ones – your recommendations should be based on clear research and evidence and show how to practically implement with the resources available. The role may also involve some set up and implementation of initiatives or pilots.

Experience Required:

  • Proven solid experience of working in a capability-build environment with significant expertise in scoping, developing, reviewing and executing talent, learning and development programmes. This may include returnships, training schemes, apprenticeships, internships, mentoring, diversity programmes and/or high potential initiatives

  • Project Management – able to plan effectively, deal with multiple high pressure priorities and report effectively on progress

  • Changing and improving – being able to put in place clear processes to ensure work is being continuously reviewed so it has the desired impact and aligns to requirements. Being able to bring in best practice, experience and insight from other organisations, government and research

  • Communicating and influencing – able to present information in a range of ways; confident and clear in articulating complex and detailed content; can communicate to persuade and engage

  • Relationship Management – Strong skills in forging positive relationships and managing stakeholders at all levels, from a wide range of backgrounds across a complex and/or large organisation