$129,400.00 - $170.200.00
Limited Term End Date
Direct and administer the College's Learning and Organization Development (L&OD) Team function to include: partnering across the College to develop learning tools that promote a comprehensive approach to learning and development in support of the College's strategic priorities, initiatives, and mission accomplishments; administration and maximization of a digital learning infrastructure to include a Learning Management System (LMS) and Content Library; designing learning and development programs that support the associates' journey from new hire to executive; management of enterprise mandatory training and providing resources for internally created training with, HRLT, HRBP, multi-clients and improve core processes including: processing, planning, performance management, organize, design and align needed practices and policies.
Duties & Responsibilities
Develop, plan, and implement organizational and leadership performance strategies. Consult with leadership on program design, implementation, and measurement, including; organizational development, individual and work team development, talent management, performance management, transformational change, leadership development, process improvement, and succession planning.
Responsible for strategy for employee learning and development across CNM roles/department functions; to include; executive, manager; employee learning; and development provided in a variety of ways/methods.
Manage the administration and maximization of a digital learning infrastructure to include; a Learning Management System (LMS), Content Library, Video Hosting Sites, and Digital Asset Repository.
Lead the College's approach to provide resources for internally created computer-based and video-based learning and communication. Ensure that L&OD Team of Instructional Designers are current on and have access to, industry best practice authoring tools. Walk into L&OD team to maximize the capability for video production with personnel and resources (film and editing studios, equipment, and on-screen professional talent). Partner with MCO to provide video messaging consistent with enterprise's mission, vision, workday support to CHRO and other external messaging as requested.
Partners with executives, managers, HR Business Partners, and supervisors to develop critical training programs that develop employees and work team skills that align with College priorities.
Lead the College's change management initiatives including; operating, philosophy, tools, processes and training. Conducts needs assessments to determine measures required to align the organizational culture, including; employee behaviors, attitudes, and focus to College priorities. Partners with key executives, managers, and HR Business Partners to implement desired organizational transformations.
Provide performance, change management, instructional design and training consultation to department/functional partners, specifically for projects and partnerships with existing functional team training departments/initiatives.
Develop Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to measure the effectiveness and efficacy of the College's learning, development, and change management programs.
Organize succession planning and management/executive career development programs. Guide the development of strategies to identify current and future talent requirements to meet current and future requirements. Ensure executive developmental efforts, emphasize and motivate continuous personal and professional improvement.
Lead performance management process for the College; establish efficient processes, tools, training as well as evaluation and feedback for continual improvement.
Manage direct reports. Assign work, set goals and target dates; provide guidance and review work in terms of results achieved; Counsel personnel; schedule and approve leave; administer performance management; provide professional development; commends or disciplines subordinates; assure equity in determining qualifications, selections, assignments, training, promotions, details, discipline, and recognition.
Manages the L&OD Team budget, including funding for consulting services and subscriptions related to the CNM digital infrastructure; functional and management/leadership training; organization development initiatives; and education reimbursement programs.
Work under the general direction of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Exercise judgment and initiative in carrying out assignments and in formulating recommended solutions. Work is reviewed in terms of achievement of objectives, effectiveness, timeliness of results achieved, and compliance with applicable regulations and procedures.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
A total of eight (8) - ten (10) years of experience consisting of the following:
Three (3) years of responsible experience in non-routine work, which enabled the applicant to gain knowledge of the adult learning and organization development function of human resource performance management, methodology, best practices, and procedures; the ability to analyze problems, apply sound judgment in assessing practical implications of alternative solutions and resolving the problems presented; and, the ability to supervise and communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing.
SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE:
One (1) year of academic study above the high school level may be substituted for six (6) months of experience, up to a maximum of two (2) years for a bachelor's degree or a maximum of three (3) years for a master's degree.
Five (5) years of progressively responsible, substantive experience in human resource management work (specifically leadership development of executives, managers, and associates); individual and work team development; organizational development; enterprise training program selection, evaluation, and development; talent and performance management; transformational change; process improvement; and succession planning.
Two (2) years of experience as a training/development function supervisor.
Experience in implementing organization and leadership performance strategies.
Experience in succession planning.
Experience in leading a performance management system (Workday).
Experience in Higher Education.
Best Consideration Date: 09/20/2023
Department: Human Resources
As an EEO employer, Central New Mexico Community College will not discriminate in our employment practices based on an applicant's race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, serious medical condition or status as a protected veteran or spousal affiliation. Central New Mexico Community College hires only U.S. citizens and individuals lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.