Learning Portfolio Manager

Hitachi Careers
 Englewood, CO

Meet The Team

Hitachi Vantara, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., guides our customers from what's now to what's next by solving their digital challenges. Working alongside each customer, we apply our unmatched industrial and digital capabilities to their data and applications to benefit both business and society. More than 80% of the Fortune 100 trust Hitachi Vantara to help them develop new revenue streams, unlock competitive advantages, lower costs, enhance customer experiences, and deliver social and environmental value.

What You Will Be Doing

This position is accountable for the analysis, design and management of global training programs for Hitachi Vantara products, services, and technologies and will be a key advocate and driver of Global Learning strategies to support customer education.

The major responsibilities of the Learning Portfolio Manager are:

  • Build and maintain relationships with business leaders and subject matter experts (SMEs)
  • Conduct ongoing qualitative and quantitative learning/training needs analyses
  • Create and communicate training plans aligned to business vision and strategy
  • Design training programs and curriculums aligned to identified learning needs
  • Organize and support program working groups, meetings, etc. across multiple organizations
  • Manage content development to ensure learning best practices and desired outcomes
  • Manage global program and curriculum launches
  • Support Global Learning delivery teams and instructors
  • Ensure training programs and curriculum are utilized
  • Evaluate training delivery and key performance indicators
  • Create and deliver reports describing value and results of training programs
  • Engage in continuous improvement of training programs and curriculums
  • Consult with business leaders and SMEs on training design and delivery best practices
  • Communicate value to business leaders and SMEs

What You Will Bring To The Team

  • Bachelor's degree is required
  • 3 - 5 years of professional experience
  • Preference given to advanced degrees in Industrial - Organizational Psychology, technology, instructional design or education
  • Critical thinking - objective analysis of situations and issues to form sound judgements
  • Results-driven - outcome focused
  • Intellectually curious - capable of learning quickly
  • Relationship and conflict management - develop productive relationships and handle conflicting interests diplomatically
  • Creativity - come up with original and innovative ideas and solutions
  • Pioneering spirit - self-starter that can identify needs, plan action, and execute; able to work in unstructured environments providing self-direction and self-motivation
  • Program management - demonstrated ability to be accountable for programs from conception to implementation and documentation
  • Written and verbal communications - influence varied audiences (e.g. sales, marketing, engineering, customer administrators)
  • Analysis - qualitative and quantitative business, performance, and learning needs analysis
  • Creativity - develop original and innovative ideas and solutions
  • Assertive - bring a positive attitude and intensity
  • Agile - flexible team player able to adapt to new environments and situations
  • Learning design - apply instructional design and learning theory best practices

Our Company

Hitachi Vantara is part of the Global Hitachi family. We balance innovation with an open, friendly culture and the backing of a long-established parent company, known for its ethical reputation. We guide customers from what's now to what's next by unlocking the value of their data and applications to solve their digital challenges, achieving outcomes that benefit both business and society.

Our people are our biggest asset, they drive our innovation advantage, and we strive to offer a flexible and collaborative workplace where they can thrive. Diversity of thought is welcomed, and our employee base is represented by several active Employee Resource Group communities. We offer industry leading benefits packages (flexible working, generous pension, and private healthcare) and promote a creative and inclusive culture. If driving real change gives you a sense of pride and you are passionate about powering social good, we'd love to hear from you.

Our Values

We strive to create an inclusive environment for all and are open to considering home working, compressed/flexible hours and flexible arrangements. Get in touch with us to explore how we might be able to accommodate your specific needs.

We are proud to say we are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all applicants for employment without attention to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status. With Japanese roots going back over 100 years, our culture is founded on the values of our parent company expressed as the Hitachi Spirit:

Wa - Harmony, Trust, Respect

Makoto - Sincerity, Fairness, Honesty, Integrity

Kaitakusha-Seishin - Pioneering Spirit, Challenge

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