Completed Singapore

The Company

This is one for the world’s leading luxury retailers with international operations across North America, Europe and Asia. With customer service always at the forefront of what they do and with nearly 10,000 employees worldwide, we are currently supporting the Global Head of Talent and Learning, to identify a Learning Design Lead. The role will be based in Singapore.

The Role

Working directly with an impressive and driven leader, this newly created position will require you to take responsibility for all curriculum and instructional design internally. This will effectively be a group role with global coverage. High on the agenda will be content for all training, both online and in classrooms, with an initial focus around instructional design for leadership training. There will be an expectation around a robust digital learning strategy as the function moves forward and in every case the tailoring of each training subject towards a specialty retail lens.  

The Individual

To be successful you will bring a track-record of experience in the learning and training space, with strong knowledge of instructional and curriculum design. You should be comfortable with building up a library of resources internally and working with a broad range of stakeholders in multiple geographies. Ideally, you will have exposure to the retail sector, but flexibility is there as long as you bring the right mindset and approach.

Unless the advertisement specifies otherwise, only HR Professionals who are legally able to work in this country can be considered.

Posted on 10 Jan 2017

ChapmanCG Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

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Job function
Talent Management
Retail & Luxury
International Coverage
Global HQ
Asia Pacific
Global revenue
US$10-100 Billion
Solid report to
Global Head of Talent & Learning
Potential upsides
Real chance to make an impact and shape the training function on a global scale.
Potential downsides
There is a limited framework in place, so you must be ready for some ambiguity initially.