Project Lead, Change and Training

Last updated 1 hours ago
Location:Sydney
Job Type:Full Time

Our dynamic Human Resources team are underway with the release of various major initiatives. With this in mind, we are eagerly seeking an experienced Project Lead to come on board and provide expertise primarily in the Learning, Training and Change domain.

Here you’ll be responsible for the development and delivery of a holistic change and training strategy in line with the implementation and upgrade of our HRIS; Workday, With your key deliverables being providing solutions to knowledge gaps, designing learning curriculums, and building an approach for system training; we are keen to see you add value to ING in this 10 month contract.

What are you going to do? You’ll be…

  • Identifying knowledge gaps, promoting training and implementing learning solutions
  • Working closely with various stakeholders (Communication managers, global teams and HR SME’s) to create training and change programs for the go-live of the Workday Retrofit
  • Conducting analysis , scoping changes and then respectively designing robust strategies to meet the requirements of the project and team
  • Drawing up project plans, and monitoring change and training timelines to meet business requirements
  • Conducting virtual and face-to-face training

What are we looking for? You’ll have…

  • Demonstrated experience in a learning and development, or training lead role
  • Experience working on project implementation, and therefore have the ability to work under deadline pressures
  • Strong communication and stakeholder management experience; being able to engage diverse groups for the benefit of facilitating training and implementing change
  • Global change management experience
  • Strong business acumen, be project focussed and results orientated
  • Experience with Workday or other HRIS would be beneficial

About Us

At ING, we want to make life simpler and more worthwhile – for everyone who banks with us, for the people who work with us, and the community at large, too.

When you come to work at ING, you’re joining a team where individuality isn’t just accepted, it’s encouraged. We’ve built a culture that’s fun, friendly and supportive – it’s the kind of place where you can be yourself and make the most of whatever you have to offer.

We give people the freedom to take risks, think differently, take ownership of their work, and make great things happen. We’re here to help you get ahead. And with our global network, there’s plenty of scope to take your career in new directions, perhaps even ones you’ve never considered.

People of all ages, sexual orientations, cultures and backgrounds are welcome to apply – likewise if you’re an indigenous Australian, or you’re living with a disability, or you have family or caring responsibilities. We would also be open to flexible working applications for this role, please just let us know as part of your phone interview.

Sound like the kind of place you’d feel at home? We’d love to hear from you.