Organizational Development & Learning Specialist.

Job Description.

About Organizational Development & Learning.

The Huge Organizational Development & Learning team (OD&L) works with partners across the organization to design and deploy strategies that enhance the employee experience, organizational performance and our competitive advantage. The team drives and facilitates organizational development initiatives & interventions, and creates and delivers training, programs and digital solutions that facilitate an environment of continuous learning, growth and connections. We consult with and coach employees and managers on development opportunities to provide tailored solutions. The team also looks to the future to understand emerging trends and design solutions that speak to the shifting preferences and needs of our people at Huge.

Job description.

Reporting to the VP, Organizational Development & Learning, the Organizational Development & Learning Specialist is an essential role for the team, contributing to the design and delivery of a broad range of learning solutions and OD initiatives. This role is also responsible for the coordination of programs for all Huge employees, as well as management of the learning platform and other digital assets. The role will also entail collaborating with Talent colleagues to contribute to additional employee development initiatives.

What you’ll be doing.

  • Partner with VP, OD&L to iterate and improve on our current performance management approach and then operationalize the future-state approach.
  • Partner with VP, OD&L to fully integrate Huge’s career growth model into our broader talent management practices (inclusive of interview and selection processes, hi-po/hi-pro identification, career architecture, L&D, performance management and talent assessment).
  • Manage learning system: upload and maintain courses, verify and assign learner population, pull reporting, support analysis, manage and train system admins
  • Coordinate program delivery for learning labs and other development events
  • Partner with subject matter experts to design and draft internal training content and develop new initiatives
  • Collect and analyze feedback from program participants with the objective to drive improvements to current L&D offerings
  • Write communications to market and promote learning content

What we’d like to see.

  • Experience utilizing basic organizational development models and intervention approaches
  • Experience with and understanding of the holistic talent management ecosystem and points of intersection
  • Knowledge of and experience leveraging basic people development strategies
  • Demonstrated success in a fast pace environment with changing priorities
  • Strong written and verbal communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
  • Capacity to work proactively while operating both independently and collaboratively as needed
  • Affinity for teamwork and collaboration with a diverse set of individuals
  • 2+ years of experience in organizational development, learning & development or talent/people/HR.
  • Experience building and managing relationships with senior business leaders, both internally and externally
  • Experience working cross-functionally with various teams, managing projects, and delivering results

About Huge.

Huge is a global experience agency made up of creatives, designers, technologists, strategists, and data scientists. We help companies elevate the human experience by creating unified brand experiences that people love. We work with clients such as Google, McDonald’s, FCA, Brooks Running, P&G, and others, who are as committed to shaping culture and defining the future as we are. Headquartered in Brooklyn, we currently have more than 1,200 employees working across 13 offices in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia.

Huge is committed to creating an inclusive employee experience for all. Regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, or if you’re parenting the next generation of innovators, we firmly believe that our work is at its best when everyone feels free to be their most authentic self.




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