Learning & Development Manager – Audit Methodology, Operations, & Communications in Charlotte, North Carolina
THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING:
A national top 25 provider of financial products and services for commercial and consumer clientele
Named one of the top three fastest-growing FinTech brands in the U.S. in 2020.
Company culture committed to community relations, corporate social responsibility, and innovation
Offers a full suite of products including mortgage lending, personal lending, and a variety of deposit and other banking products (savings, money-market, and checking accounts, certificates of deposit (CDs), and individual retirement accounts (IRAs)), self-directed and investment-advisory services, and capital for equity sponsors and middle-market companies.
WHAT THEY OFFER YOU:
Fast paced, highly collaborative, teamwork-oriented, and inclusive environment
Top-notch leadership committed to developing people
100% remote for now, then will sit hybrid on-site three days/week in Charlotte when teams transition back to the office after October 2021
Direct Hire opportunity paying $110-135k salary plus bonus with excellent benefits package!
WHY THIS ROLE IS IMPORTANT:
Primarily responsible for executing the regulatory required annual knowledge and skills assessment process, developing/continuously improving and executing the annual audit training plan, managing the internal/external development of training and delivery, overseeing learning and development related tracking and reporting (including the budget), and collaborating with other learning and development professionals within the company.
The L&D Manager will also assist with driving various talent related strategic priorities.
Ensures Learning & Development (L&D) practices align with guidance outlined in the Federal Reserve Supplemental Policy Statement on the Internal Audit Function and Its Outsourcing (SR 13-1)
Executes the regulatory required annual Knowledge and Skills Assessment (KSA) process; with a focus on continuous improvement, streamlining, etc.; the KSA is a significant element of the role
Ensures ongoing useful talent planning related data and reporting is readily available to assist Audit’s Leadership team with talent discussions
Develops and aligns Audit’s annual training plan with the organization strategic goals and needs of the department
Designs, develops, and delivers Audit specific technical and soft skills courses based on the needs of the department
Oversee the planning, coordinating, and scheduling of department wide training events and learning hours
Ensures that all training records are maintained, and CPE certificates are issued in accordance with NASBA standards
Ensures that learning and development related reporting (i.e. training hours, skills, experience, certifications, etc.) is produced timely
Assists with the fulfillment of learning and development related regulatory requests
Manages the department’s Learning Council; as applicable develops and maintains an Audit Train the Trainer program to develop in-house training design & delivery skills, i.e. build core team of learning and development facilitators
Works with the company's Strategic Sourcing on vendor contracts, purchase orders, and payments
Works with the Talent Management & Communications Sr. Director to determine and monitor the Audit learning and development budget; looks for ways to reduce costs associated with Audit vendor relationships
Assists the Talent Management & Communications Sr. Director with performing peer market research, benchmarking and analysis
Will have direct reports / will develop staff through timely and effective feedback and coaching; resources to support assigned responsibilities
Work with the Talent Management & Communications Sr. Director on new strategies and programs focused on developing the skills of experienced talent in the department
Leads learning related strategic priorities aligned to the department’s transformation initiative
Contribute training related content to the weekly newsletter/support communications strategy
THE BACKGROUND THAT FITS:
5+ years of related experience in talent management strategy and / or internal audit with a focus on learning and development
Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in relevant field (Accounting, Audit, Business, Finance, HR)
Experience in conducting formal knowledge and skills assessments
Experience in learning curriculum / training plan development