Developing strong working relationships with stakeholders in each in scope country, namely the Advisory Market Leaders and the Talent representatives
Working closely with L&D and HR to define the exit criteria for FSO EMEIA Advisory graduates to progress to Level 2 (Executive / Senior)
Identifying opportunities to standardise/enhance the learning and development programmes in each location by agreeing and implementing an agreed learning map for Level 1.
Implementing an assessment process to establish whether the exit criteria have been met
Rolling out and further developing the centrally organised learning event for new EMEIA graduates for 2014/2015 intake
Driving enhancements of our online community and collaboration tools insofar as they relate to the EMEIA graduate experience
Working with Mobility and Operations teams to explore possibilities with respect to international secondments, and if appropriate, establishing “pilot” cases to test these further
Indicators of success will include:
Implementing sustainable change across the in scope countries
Positive feedback from advisory market leaders and country Talent representatives
This is a full time role
The role could be based in the UK, France, Germany or Italy
Some international travel will be required, although the majority of cross border working will be undertaken using conference calls.
Flexible working arrangements can be discussed
Excellent interpersonal skills, with an ability to rapidly build relationships across borders and influence senior stake holders
Self starter with demonstrable ability to take the initiative and strong project management skills
A strong understanding of development of individuals in professional services, ideally consulting environments
Superior analytical skills
Sound judgement and comfortable dealing with ambiguity and potentially conflict
A graduate themselves, with a 2:1 or equivalent from a leading university
A high standard of written and spoken English (business level)
Candidates could be sourced from the external contract market or the internal market, where a secondment opportunity is a possibility.