UAE Nationals are encouraged to apply
New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) seeks to appoint a Director Learning and Organizational Development, reporting to the Deputy Chief Human Resources Officer - Employee Relations, Learning and Engagement. The Director in conjunction with HR Senior leadership and University leadership will formulate strategy and set direction for talent development, learning, and organizational development programs.
The Director will lead planning, development and delivery of classroom-based and online professional and leadership development programming that address development needs of leaders and staff. They will also lead, plan and deliver organizational development interventions across the University, and provide strategic direction on such interventions for the Learning & Organizational Development team. The incumbent will consult with HR Business Partners on organization design and effectiveness, organizational assessments, and plans. In addition the individual will lead, develop and implement interventions, including custom training, organizational retreats and planning sessions etc. to address organizational gaps and needs.
In partnership with the Deputy CHRO, Employee Relations, Learning & Engagement, the Director will engage with university leadership to understand business objectives and desired results, leveraging information provided by the Director, HR Business Partners. Develop a Learning & Organizational Development strategy to deliver optimal learning and organizational development outcomes. They will be responsible to lead learning by creating a community of practitioners to promote synergy, best practices and return on learning investment. Designs, acquires or adapts on-line performance management system, e-learning and training management learning systems and tools. Develop and implement talent development strategies and initiatives for Emirati employee population to support NYUAD’s Emiratization goal
The University is an equal opportunity employer committed to equity, diversity and social inclusion.