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Friday, January 30, 2015

F/T - Learning & Dev't Librarian Mgr II, PwC (NJ)

PricewaterhouseCoopers is seeking a Learning & Development Librarian Manager II for its Florham Park, NJ location.

PwC’s Learning and Development function is a key enabler of the PwC Experience, an element of the Firm’s overall strategy. Integrating with the business, and implementing best-in-class teaching practices, this function supports and enables higher quality, and more relevant learning that is aligned with high performing teams.
Position Requirements: 
Minimum Years of Experience: 5 years of proven success in progressive project management managerial roles, utilizing industry-standard instructional design, adult learning theory, and educational technology solutions and methods may also be considered.
Minimum Degree Required: Bachelor’s degree
Degree(s) Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in Library Science
Knowledge Preferred:
Demonstrates proven intimate knowledge of, and success in roles involving, content management and digital learning strategies, which includes the following areas:
- Digital Library science/skills, research or content management
- Content, data mining, and research techniques, non-technical content sources, products, vendors, technology, and methods
- Business issues and initiatives and how they translate to curriculum needs
- Technology-enabled solutions
- Adult learning theory
Learning & development functions, project management, instructional design, and various learning systems and platforms
Skills Preferred:
Demonstrates intimate level abilities and/or a proven record of success developing, executing and keeping current strategies for identifying, maintaining and categorizing digital learning content including these areas:
- Improving the digital content user experience through educating and providing guidance to stakeholders
- Migrating to new and emerging technologies
- Identifying new and relevant content that will drive quality, skill development, and non-technical learning
- Independently manage projects, analyze client needs, and make recommendations for non-technical digital library solutions
Demonstrates proven extensive abilities and success with directing and managing teams: supervising teams to create an atmosphere of trust and seeking diverse views to encourage improvement and innovation; answering questions and providing direction to less-experienced staff; coaching staff, including providing timely meaningful written and verbal feedback and managing relationships with experienced Managers, Directors and Learning and Relationship Directors, and business sponsors.