Marketing Learning Manager, London, Market rate

Job type:
6 months
Gibbs Hybrid
flag_no United Kingdom
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One of my leading FMCG clients are looking for a Marketing Learning Manager to join their team.

Essential/Desired key skills:
Learning Design and Development in a complex global environment, using blended learning; Managing vendors and third parties; Influencing others (especially those more senior and not reporting to you); The influencing skills to manage others (either in the business/HR) who do not directly report to you is a key focus in this role - ensuring that you deliver the agenda you need to with the help of others who may have competing time priorities; Networking; CIPD, or equivalent; Make an immediate impact with stakeholders; Experience of Marketing; Experience of a learning based social platform such as Degreed; Experience of working with teams in different geographies; multiple culture understanding; Experience in supporting the design, development and execution of learning resources; Understanding of latest thinking and external best practice for effective capability building

The Marketing Learning Manager will build, deploy and maintain the core and strategic formal learning curriculum required to support the Marketing community.
The Learning Manager will be responsible for driving the learning agenda with the functional expertise, expanding this beyond courses to create a learning environment.
Working closely with senior stakeholders to prioritise the learning and development needs of areas within Marketing, you will identify, create, action robust learning and development (L&D) interventions.
You will be able to build and develop a strategy to create quality training;
Support the design and maintenance of learning resources for Marketing - E-learning, blended and instructor led courses;
Deploy leading edge skills assessment tools to assess, prioritise and close learning/skills gaps.
Identify new ways of building skills through the introduction of new approaches;
Drive innovation by complementing L&D ideas with ideas brought forward by functional 'customers'.