REGIONAL TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT & PMO LEAD-6684150126
REGIONAL TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT & PMO LEAD
Johnson & Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly based healthcare Company, touching the lives of nearly a billion people every day. Our Family of Companies throughout the world compete in consumer, pharmaceutical and medical devices & diagnostics markets and have the skills and resources to tackle the world's most pressing health issues.
Training & Development
The APAC Regional Training, Development, and PMO Lead will be responsible for leading all aspects of training & development management within the region. Specifically, this role is accountable for developing and executing regional strategies for the training & development of talent across the region. As we are a global function that drives consistency in all aspects of talent management, he/she will also be accountable to partner heavily with Global Procurement Talent Management to drive fully integrated, functional training & development strategies on a global basis. Building strong relationships with the regional people leaders will be a critical requirement of the role. The Lead will also be required to act as coach, mentor, and talent scout for those in the region. The Lead will be accountable to liaise with Business-Based Human Resources and Learning & Development partners.
To execute on our vision, we must invest in dedicated PMO resources “on the ground” embedded within our regional, global sector or functional teams and accountable to the Procurement Governance bodies (region, sector or function), with strong connectivity to the Global Strategy & PMO Lead (“GSPMO”). The APAC Regional Talent and PMO Lead will be responsible for leading all aspects of strategy design & roll-out as well as capability development as a member of their respective Governance team. Specifically, the role is accountable for: Coordination and Governance, Business Planning, Performance Tracking & Resourcing and Capabilities Development. As we are a global function aiming to drive consistency in all aspects of Strategy development and execution, this Lead will also be accountable to partner heavily with the GSPMO and the Global PMO Governance Council to drive harmonization of processes, best practice sharing and benchmarking on a global basis. Building strong relationship with the regional/functional Governance Teams will be a critical requirement of the role, which will also be required to act as lead planner, coordinator and moderator for the Governance Team. The Lead will also be accountable to liaise and coordinate on an ongoing basis with other Capability Owners (e.g. Talent, P&T, Change Management, etc.), key Business Stakeholders and Functional partners