Talent Development Manager – London

Talent Development Manager

Frazer Jones



Newly created role to shape talent, performance and career development strategies.

The bank is going through a period of change where the Talent, Learning and Development team are adding increasing value to the business.

The bank and senior leadership team are focused on developing internal talent, which is why there is a need for this newly created role.

This is an initial 12 month fixed term contract with the potential of longer term opportunity and growth for the right candidate.

Day to Day Responsibilities:

Work closely with key stakeholders to define talent management processes and undertake talent reviews

Identify talented and high potential individuals, aligned with succession plans

Secure a succession pipeline by helping identify emerging talent within the business

Embed a culture of internal mobility to support development experiences and succession planning

Design and implement a range of talent development programmes and initiatives

Create actionable development plans for high potential individuals and for those with succession plans

Manage end-to-end process for entry-level programmes including management of apprenticeship levy funding and associated course requirements with external suppliers

Work closely with the Learning Manager to design modules and courses relevant to developing future capabilities

Champion a learning culture and personal growth and development

Re-create the performance management experience

Help leaders and employees to effectively utilise their personal development plan

Support and coach line managers

Desired Skills and Experience:

Experience creating and developing talent development programmes across different levels

Experience managing apprenticeship levy funds and associated providers

Experience working in an FCA regulated environment

Succession planning experience at senior leadership levels

Experience developing and implementing competency frameworks and career pathways

Expereince in graduate management and development

Change management and process improvement experience

Excellent stakeholder management skills

Ability to work in a fast paced environment

Have the ability to respond to changing business priorities

Have the ability to set and measure success criteria for talent programmes

Bring new ideas and have the confidence to implement new processes and programmes

This role to start ASAP, the ideal candidate will have a notice period less than 2 months (or be immediately available).

The SR Group (UK) Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.


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