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Wolters Kluwer Training and Development Manager in Helena, Montana

Key Responsibilities:

Project manages high priority global learning projects to include project scoping and planning; stakeholder (business and HR) management; design/development; vendor and budget management; global pilot(s); implementation planning; implementation management; metrics/evaluation; continuous improvement. Program lead for all non-executive leadership development programs. Program lead for Annual Compliance Training Program; drive the process for engaging the governance committee, ECC approval, form and lead the program team to develop the content, ensure all ACTP materials are updated and made available, work with Corporate Communications to finalize the comms plan, lead the Division Project Managers, ensure the Workday Learning administration and reporting is updated and available, monitor program and drive to the set target for completion Partner with Global Learning team members and other HR COEs to ensure smooth program implementation

Build relationships with Talent Partners and HR teams to align the leadership development curriculum with the needs in the business Member of the steering committee for the Training and Development Community of Practice and contributes to the yearly planning and implementation of events Provide valuations of current programs and offer recommendations for enhancements support and lead ad-hoc training implementation requests, from needs assessment to implementation

Key Requirements


Bachelor’s Degree in Training/Adult Education, Instructional Design, Educational Technology, Business/HR or related discipline; OR, if no degree, 7+ years of consultative professional training management experience.


Minimum: 7 years of training and instructional design in a business setting and/or management experience, including:

Considerable knowledge of instructional design concepts and principles.

Experience in learning and development including developing curricula, content and delivery strategy. Working with stakeholders and subject matter experts to conduct needs assessment to identify specific performant and knowledge gaps. Writing design documents, instructor guides, participant guides and other training materials. Designing and facilitating traditional classroom, virtual learning and blended solutions. Implementing training evaluation strategies.

Managing multiple concurrent projects. Working independently and in a team environment. Collaborating across multiple internal teams Demonstrating strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Coaching, mentoring and/or training team members. Demonstrating organization, time management, and multi-tasking skills. Demonstrating strong written and verbal communication.

Other Knowledge, Skills, or Certifications:

Workday Learning (preferred) OR other expertise in Learning Administration platforms as an instructor, and as a program lead for implementation (understanding basic functionality)

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Teams, PowerPoint, Outlook, Forms).

Expertise in using technology design and to deliver training (eg: Adobe Connect, Articulate 360)

Travel Requirements:

Up to 20%




Target salary range for New York: $109,750 - $153,800

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Wolters Kluwer U. S. Corporation and all of its subsidiaries, divisions and customer/business units is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.