A new opportunity for a Talent Development Manager to join the market leaders in clean marine technology, focusing on the continued importance of developing our teams talent.
The Talent Development Manager is a new position, driven by current and future headcount growth, and the increasing importance placed on talent within Silverstream. The role will be accountable for the creation, development and application of a comprehensive talent management strategy and processes to support the entire employee lifecycle.
Learning & Development: identifying personal and technical learning needs and developing learning solutions.
Talent Management: developing a talent management strategy.
Performance Management: ownership of company goal setting, performance management and annual review processes. Coaching of line managers in driving a performance-based culture.
Leadership Development: defining and embedding a Silverstream leadership and competency framework.
Line Manager Development: development of line manager capability for emerging, new, and experienced line managers.
Employee Engagement: consultative and data-driven approach to driving employee engagement and optimising talent development strategies.
Early Careers Development: develop programmes to support a pipeline of graduate hires including continuous professional development and certifications such as chartership.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: in partnership with the CPO and senior management, lead the development and delivery of a DEI strategy.
Bachelor’s degree, ideally in Human Resource, Psychology, or a related discipline.
5+ years’ experience in Human Resources in a Talent Development related role.
Experience of optimising and improving working established talent development practices.
Foster a culture of continuous learning and development within the organisation.
Excellent communication, collaboration, and facilitation skills.
Comfortable working with and building relationships at all levels of the organisation.
Mentor and coach employees to support their professional growth.
Experience of digital learning platforms and utilisation of learning technologies.
Excellent project management skills, thrives in ambiguity, with strong prioritisation skills.
Plan and conduct training sessions and workshops.
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement new talent programmes to meet defined needs. Able to evaluate effectiveness of development programs.
Managing budget for talent development initiatives.
Keep updated with industry trends, incorporating best practices.
Data-driven and analytical approach to measuring the impact of programmes.
International work experience.