Are you looking for aposition in which you can reinvent Learning and Development in an agile worldand accelerate the growth of your colleagues? Then spend a few minutes to readfurther.
What would a typical dayin the life of a Learning Architect look like?
That’s a tricky questionbecause there is no such thing as a standard day at ING. However, the followingdescription might give you an idea of what to expect.
On Monday morning, youarrive at the office and while your laptop is starting up you get a coffee andhave a chat with your colleagues about the weekend. You get ready for your stand-up meeting with your squad, whereeverybody gives an update on projects, progress and impediments. After this youmake some time to focus as you are preparing a demo of a new learning solution that you will be showcasing later that day.You think about an appealing storyline and come up with some points you wouldlike to get feedback on.
Time for lunch. Togetherwith your colleagues you grab a salad and enjoy this outside in the Wellbeing area, Belgian weatherpermitting. When a colleague challenges you to a game of table football, youhappily accept.
It’s 1 pm and demo time. You successfully deliveryour pitch and get valuable feedback which helps you to further fine tune yourapproach. Later in the afternoon you meet up with an HR Business Partner whowants to discuss a request for a learning solution that was raised in hisdepartment. Together, you identify the underlyingbusiness need and you ask for the necessary information to perform abusiness case and learning needs analysis. Afterwards it’s time to invest inyour own personal development. Youhave a look at LinkedIn and catch up with what thought leaders are sharing inthe area of Learning and Development. There is an interesting webinar coming upfor which you enroll. To finish the day you take some time to reply to e-mailsand you double check whether your Thalys ticket for Amsterdam is booked, sinceyou will be travelling later that week.Before you head home, you pop by the in-house gym for an energising work-out to round off a productive day!
You have a passion for lifelong learning and arekeen to solve complex questions in this area.
You are flexible and see change as anopportunity rather than a threat. You feel comfortable not having all theanswers but are confident you can find them yourself and in collaboration withothers.
You are a ‘people person’ and easily connectboth within ING as externally.
You have excellent communication and listeningskills.
You don’t do ‘HR for HR’ but always have thewider business impact in mind.
You are fluent in English and Dutch or French(written and verbally).
You don’t settle for average but strive for thebest.
You have a good business acumen andwell-developed consulting skills.
You have a Master degree and a minimum of 5years relevant work experience.
Ideally you have experience in an internationalcorporate (matrix) environment.
It takes two to tango,so what can you expect from us?
When you think ‘bank’, doyou think suits, ties and boring boardrooms? Think again. Because at ING, wesee things a little bit differently. The banking industry is evolving and therehas never been a more interesting time to be part of it. We want to make lifesimpler and more worthwhile – for everyone who banks with us, for the peoplewho work with us, and the community at large too.
When you come to work atING, you’re joining a team where individualityisn’t just accepted, it’s encouraged. We’ve built a culture that’s fun, friendly and supportive – it’s thekind of place where you can be yourself and make the most of whatever you haveto offer. As a Learning Architect you are a member of the Center of Expertise(CoE) Talent and Learning for Market Leaders covering Belgium, The Netherlandsand Luxembourg. The CoE’s core ambition is to improve the craftsmanship of ourpeople. Or in other words: supporting them to become a more awesome version oftheir already awesome self.
We practice what we preach,so you will have ample opportunities to developyour personal craftsmanship, ensuring a steep learning curve. Not only in thearea of HR and Learning, but also with regards to capabilities that arecritical for ING, such as our agile way of working, customer experience anddata fluency.
We give people the freedom to take risks, thinkdifferently, take ownership of their work and make great things happen. We’rehere to help you get ahead. And with our global network, there’s plenty of scopeto take your career in new directions, perhaps even ones you’ve neverconsidered.
Your home base will be Brussels but since we are workingclosely together with our Dutch colleagues, you will travel to Amsterdam on a regular basis. Wepromote travel by public transport (Thalys) as much as possible, as this isbeneficial for your carbon footprint and gives you the opportunity to use yourtravel time efficiently. In addition, flexible working is part of our DNA.
We embrace diversity and have a great mix ofbackgrounds, cultures and opinions, so that everyone with a passion forlearning and improvement is welcome.
Sound like the kind ofplace you’d feel at home? We’d love to hear from you.
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