Randstad l&d director in Netherlands

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02 June 2018

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posted

02 June 2018

location netherlands

job category Human Resources

job type permanent

reference number 980769

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job description

L&D director

Randstad Sourceright is a global talent leader, providing solutions and expertise that help companies position for growth, execute on strategy, and improve business agility. Randstad Sourceright’s experience encompasses all facets of talent acquisition of permanent employees and the contingent and contractor workforce. Key offerings include Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, and Blended Workforce Solutions. Randstad Sourceright EMEA offers solutions in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region..

The HR L&D director to join our team will be the driving force leading the building of the L&D infrastructure and a learning culture for RSR EMEA. Inspiring our people is the 1st strategic priority of RSR and the L&D director will be one of the key drivers in delivering this for our people. The goal is to make RSR a great place to work where employees are fully prepared and supported in their role and have the opportunity to pursue their career within the company.

You will be reporting to the HR lead of RSR EMEA. You will be given full responsibility for the L&D function and budget. Currently the team has 3 incumbents all based in Budapest, Hungary.

The L&D director will review current L&D infrastructure, gather input from senior stakeholders and our people to build a learning culture within RSR supported by a state-of-the-art infrastructure. RSR embraces the 70:20:10 model with focus for 70% on challenging assignments, 20% on developmental relationships and 10% coursework and training. The infrastructure therefore should not (only) focus on training interventions but on the full scope of learning and development.

The L&D director will be responsible for creating learning opportunities which would be a mix between formal training, coaching, mentoring, job shadowing, contributing to internal projects and opportunities at various clients. In this way our employees build not only expertise but also the (social) skill to work in a fast paced, changing international client oriented and complex environment while contributing to the business.

Competences we are looking for:

  • Builder with rolled up sleeves who works from own strategic roadmap

  • Networker and influencer (internal stakeholder management, mobilize internal workforce, leverage expertise within the team the wider Randstad group)

  • Project Management, make sure progress is being monitored and deliverables are ready on time and according to agreed specs.

  • Monitors quality and steers on continuous improvement in L&D and related areas

Please do get in touch with us if you feel this is you:

  • You have experience with rapid and complex changing work environment

  • You have passion for innovative L&D

  • You have the ability to manage a team and a complex stakeholder landscape

  • You have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills in a multi country scope

Experience we are looking for:

  • Minimum of 5-10 years of L&D experience in HR industry and/or international environment where people mainly work offside

  • Building learning interventions

  • Working and leading in project teams

  • Facilitating workshops and trainings

  • Managing a team

Qualifications

  • University degree (bachelor or master) in HR or education

At Randstad Sourceright at https://www.randstadsourceright.com/careers/current-vacancies/united-kingdom/business-development-directorlondon13832956/ , we are not simply focused on output, your input matters to us. You are valued as an individual who has varying priorities and goals over the course of your career, wherever it might take you. We empower you to have your own conversations to drive innovation, to develop your career and to ensure inclusive communication across all countries and at every level.

Where could a conversation with you take us and where could we take you?