07 Nov 2019
Our client is a public traded oil & gas company with a diversified portfolio that includes onshore unconventional and international exploration and development assets. The company is committed to be the premier upstream oil & gas company and is well positioned to deliver sustainable growth with a high quality and diversified portfolio.
Reporting to the CHRO, the Senior Director, Learning and Organization Development (L&OD) will be a key member of the strategic HR team, partnering with the business to develop and drive employer of choice initiatives. The purpose of the Senior Director, L&OD is to ensure that people at all levels of the organisation possess and develop the skills, knowledge and experiences to fulfil the short and long-term ambitions of the organization and that they are motivated to learn, grow and perform. This role will play a pivotal part in the implementation of new and critical Talent and OD projects as part of a broader HR plan to enable the achievement of this strategy. The role is also responsible for building skills, knowledge and capabilities of the HR community.
The successful applicant will have a minimum of 15 years of progressive experience designing Learning and Leadership Development strategies and implementing Talent Management processes and programs at all levels within a fast paced and results oriented global company. They will have strong change management experience and will have well developed facilitation skills. Qualified candidates with strong strategic thinking and analytical skills will have a track record of driving practical solutions and operational efficiencies within an environment where budgets are centralized and tightly controlled. In addition, candidates will have strong project management skills with the ability to work in a matrix environment and lead complex projects across multiple functions and geographies through influence. The individual will have experience gained within an organization of remote field operations and a familiarity of the learning needs of that employee population.