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Join the Clean Energy Revolution
Become a Leadership Development Advisor at Southern California Edison (SCE) and build a better tomorrow. In this job, you’ll be responsible for all aspects of managing several high potential development programs for individual contributors. You will also support our program alumni efforts, standalone leadership development events, and special projects You need to be innovative and resourceful, passionate and knowledgeable about leadership development, and demonstrates a “can do” attitude when it comes to pitching in to help teammates successfully deliver on their projects. If you thrive in a collaborative team environment, hold the highest professional standards, and have an interest in delivering best practice leadership development programs, we are looking for you!
As a Leadership Development Advisor, your work will help power our planet, reduce carbon emissions and create cleaner air for everyone. Are you ready to take on the challenge to help us build the future?
A day in the life – Get ready to think big, work hard and shine bright!
Manage the design, development, and implementation of high potential development programs- Analyze program needs and recommend development solutions; meet with clients and key stakeholders for approvals; manage participant selection; develop annual budget; facilitate and host instructor-led training; collaborate with consultants and key stakeholders to ensure ongoing alignment of programs; revise programs based on strategic direction; ensure adherence to program objectives and resolve issues.
Manage leadership program vendors and assessments. Manage vendors including overseeing statements of work, managing purchase orders, creating RFPs and negotiating agreements. Manage assessment tools and systems. Provide assessment debrief and interpretation (e.g., 360 feedback). Facilitate manager consultation, participant kickoff; schedule and launch assessments, and provide recommendations on development plans.
Advise HR partners and stakeholders. Provide consultation and feedback to participants’ executives/leaders and HR business partners regarding program eligibility, program plans, participant selection high potentials’ talent profiles, career interests, development needs, etc. for talent planning process. Partner to identify coaching and mentoring needs and opportunities.
Coordinate Program Implementation. Plan and implement program communications, logistics, vendors and communicate effectively with Learning & Development administrators to ensure proper planning and execution of program logistics (e.g., order materials, schedule rooms, provide catering, etc.). Implement logistics plans as required. Design and implement program evaluation metrics, tools and processes to capture the impact of our programs on our target audiences.
Special Projects. Provide project management to ad-hoc talent and learning projects that support the organization. Lead cross-functional teams that may include executives and report out to senior executive sponsors.
Bachelor’s degree in Adult Education, Human Development, Psychology, Organizational Behavior or related field.
Seven (7) years of experience in leadership development, including needs assessment, program design, vendor management, delivering feedback, facilitation of high visibility leadership programs, program evaluation and logistics.
Experience working with leadership development programs, learning theory, assessment tools, facilitation techniques, as well as strong project, vendor management and communication skills.
Master’s degree in I/O Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Human Development, Adult Education or a related discipline is preferred.
Ten (10 years of experience with instructional design, managing high visibility, and enterprise-wide leadership development programs.
Three (3) years of experience advising business leaders, working closely with and providing consultation to management, including preparing and presenting clear and concise. recommendations and gaining buy-in for recommendations.
Strong relationship management and stakeholder engagement skills, with solution-oriented approaches and strong collaboration with HR colleagues and business stakeholders.
Ability to think creatively and strategically to make recommendations and execute on assignments.
Excellent interpersonal, analytical, writing, presentation and problem-solving skills, including ability to communicate technical information to a non-technical audience.
Experience working with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
Certification in leading leadership assessment tools: MBTI, EQ, etc.
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Relocation does not apply to this position.
About Southern California Edison
The people at SCE don't just keep the lights on. Our mission is so much bigger. We’re fueling the kind of innovation that’s changing an entire industry, and quite possibly the planet. Join us and create a future with cleaner energy, while providing our customers with the safety and reliability they demand. At SCE, you’ll have a chance to grow personally and professionally, making a real impact in Southern California and around the world.
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