Learning Architect, Underrepresented Leaders
Employment Type: Full-Time
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At Facebook, as our company grows, so too do our people. The Learning & Development team at Facebook plays a critical role in ensuring our employees have the tools and learning opportunities to multiply their impact at work and continually grow themselves as individuals and leaders. To support the quick-growing demand, we are hiring a Learning Architect focused on the development of our Underrepresented (URP) leaders. Reporting to the VP of Leadership Development, this individual contributor role will support the design, development and rollout of our leadership programming for our URP leaders to support our commitment to equity.
Learning Architect, Underrepresented Leaders Responsibilities
* Develop innovative and agile learning strategies to support the effectiveness of our leaders globally
Serve as our programmatic lead for all our leader programs that support our URP leaders, helping set strategy, scale programs, facilitate and ensure ongoing quality
Build out of additional tools, content, and offerings for our leaders at Facebook, based on our leadership development strategy
Work effectively with the Leadership Development, Design & Development and Implementation & Optimization teams to create and deploy leadership development initiatives
Partner with HRBPs and Client Leads to ensure these strategies and plans are high-impact, relevant, and appropriate for all clients and regions
Help design systems to enable the L&D team to get out of the classroom and meet learners where they are at
Liaise with other stakeholders (People Analytics, IT, People Operations, Compensation) to integrate, assess, report and swiftly respond to progress and challenges related to our learning strategies
Support and align with Diversity & Inclusion, Recruiting, Sales, and other internal learning initiatives that have impact on our leader population
Liaise and manage relationships with an external network of partners providing leadership content and facilitation
Ensure quality, effectiveness and accountability to our FB culture, standards and processes
* 12+ years experience in Learning and Development function
10+ years Training Program Facilitation experience
10+ years Organizational Design and Consulting experience
10+ years experience in Instructional Design and Program Development
5+ years of people management experience
Knowledge with the online technology industry and demands it places on HR professionals, including L&D
Experience in leadership development for underrepresented leaders, team development, coaching and nuanced facilitation of high stakes topics
Track record and experience at both strategic and operational level with this industry or consulting to this industry sector
Experience in Technology industry or startup
* Masters' degree in a business or Human Resource discipline
Professional education and accreditation as a Human Resources professional
Industry recognized certifications for well-established content programs
About the Facebook company
Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we're building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. Whether we're creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at Facebook are builders at heart. Our global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to empower people around the world to build community and connect in meaningful ways. Together, we can help people build stronger communities - we're just getting started.
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