Abbott Area L&D Manager in Maidenhead, United Kingdom
Abbott Diagnostic Division (ADD) Europe offers the position Area L&D Manager
This role will be based in the UK.
Primary objective of the position
The Area L&D Manager is responsible for driving, improving and executing commercial trainings for employees and customers across countries.
Execute and drive area training concepts within Europe either internal (being the trainer) or facilitation with external training companies
Drive and execute on training and enablement plans to meet regional development needs and business goals
Responsible for commercial training and development including product training, and soft skills training
Ensure Area Europe training requirements are appropriately roll-out within the commercial organization of the region; meet deadlines, drive cost efficiency and deliver effective outcomes
Support and drive continues improvement of trainings and training plans
Support regional organizations in training methods and standardization
Success in this role is measured by economic profitability, timeliness and completion of training scorecard, cost improvement of internal trainings, regional feedback on training effectiveness and ROI /value contribution
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Bachelor’s degree in business, business administration or any other relavant disciplines
Desired skills and experience
Minimum of 3 years Instructional Design experience
Instruction Design Certification preferred
Experienced in designing Commercial training materials; field tools, guides, job aides
Experienced in designing ILT and VLT courses for a diverse and non-native English speaking audience
Knowledge of a diverse range of digital technologies and LMS systems
Do you like the sound of this job and think you’ve got what it takes? Then send us your CV today. We look forward to receiving your application.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce.
We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.
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