Enterprise

  • Senior Talent Development Specialist

    Location
    St. Louis
    Category
    Information Technology - All Positions
    Job ID
    2018-268729
  • Overview

    The Information Technology (I.T.) division of Enterprise Holdings builds and implements powerful solutions that help to drive and support the global operations of our brands and businesses, including Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental. With over 10,000 branch locations across the world and more than 100,000 employees, Enterprise Holdings and its affiliates own and operate 2 million cars and trucks.

     

    Here, you will be part of a team that creates and delivers leading-edge technologies and expansive systems that impact every aspect of our growing businesses. We provide the resources to enable and develop our more than 2,000 innovative I.T. professionals in a variety of career paths. This is where it all starts. All systems GO!

    Responsibilities

    If you are skilled at developing and implementing programs and strategies to create a high-performance culture, then we are looking for you! This Senior Talent Development professional will collaborate across our Workforce Services team and the global IT organization to understand and assess talent needs, design and deliver high impact initiatives, and evaluate and measure the outcomes – all to advance our growing and evolving workforce. 

     

    This role will be instrumental in partnering to meet current talent needs while also proposing creative, forward-thinking ideas to improve organizational performance and support key business objectives to drive individual, team and business growth.

     

    Interested and ready for your next challenge? 

     

    Key Responsibilities

    • Collaborate across the organization to develop business acumen and build relationships needed to bring forward programs and solutions that address business and talent needs.
    • Contribute to project teams working on talent development and Workforce Services initiatives, such as competency skill development efforts, onboarding programs, development planning, and more.
    • Responsible for end-to-end talent development solution ownership, including assessment, conducting research for solutions that match the needs, making recommendations, gaining approval, designing, developing, implementing and evaluating solutions.
    • Conduct training needs assessment (TNA) while utilizing consulting skills to understand, clarify, identify, and/or define impactful objectives for, and successful outcomes of, talent development efforts.
    • Leverage a variety of formats and techniques with an emphasis on interactivity and real-world application relevant for adult learners in our business environment.
    • Develop evaluation and measurement procedures to assess the effectiveness of talent development initiatives and provide recommendations for continuous improvement. 
    • Assist in selecting and managing third-party vendor partners and negotiating contracts in partnership with appropriate internal leaders and business partners.
    • Design, develop and maintain quality development and training materials; review vendor materials for same.
    • Perform tasks such as scheduling classes, creating communications and marketing plans, supporting on-site offerings, preparing reports, monitoring costs, and entering development-related information into the LMS.
    • Remain current on talent development trends and best practices, utilizing learning to improve job performance as well as to make recommendations to continuously improve the Talent Development function.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veterans

     

    Qualifications

    Required:

    • Must be presently authorized to work in the U.S. without a requirement for work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future
    • Must be committed to incorporating security into all decisions and daily job responsibilities
    • Minimum of 4 years of experience in talent development, training and development, organization development or related field in a large, corporate environment
    • Knowledge of learning theory, instructional design, and adult learning principles
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills with experience preparing training and development communications
    • Experience selecting, implementing and managing third-party vendor relationships
    • Ability to work both independently and in collaboration with others.  Will need flexible communication and work style to support our multi-location and global organization.
    • Strong communication, influencing, and consulting skills with the ability to organize and express ideas clearly, position thoughts and perspectives effectively, and influence for support of shared projects and outcomes.
    • Ability to set and manage multiple priorities using strong organizational, process, project, and stakeholder management skills
    • Change agile with a continuous improvement mindset
    • Proficient with Windows technology and Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.)
    • Ability to support multi-campus workforce as needed
    • Exemplifies professional behavior and adheres to policies and procedures. Experience developing standards, processes and procedures

    Preferred:

    • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Human Resource Management, Industrial Organizational Psychology, Organization Development, or related field
    • Experience utilizing blended and remote learning approaches preferred
    • Experience working for global company and in Information Technology or other technical function preferred
    • Experience working in a talent management or learning management system preferred
    • Experience creating and maintaining Sharepoint sites preferred

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