[AIT] Learning Programming Specialist (Beginner) (MAX 3586)

Location: Singapore
Job type: Contract
Contact email: careersrise@bcg.com
Published: 9 months ago
Startdate: 18 September 2023 - 18 September 2023

​Job Description

• Perform administration for learning registration, attendance, gather feedback, evaluation reports and produce learning metrics reports

• Collaborate with initiative teams to drive adoption of our products and services through the creation/curation of required learning programs, as well as to create a learning culture in the department.

• Facilitate learning experiences to lead groups through a series of workshops and retrospectives

• Create quizzes and activities for learning content

• Create videos to commemorate the graduation of different cohorts

• Gather feedback of the learning courses through various channels, e.g., questionnaires/surveys, discussions with managers.

• Track and provide regular learning metrics reports and learning achievements, using standard MS Office tools such as MS Excel, PowerPoint, etc.

• Facilitate workshops delivery as onsite or virtual training support

• Maintain an up-to-date course list and content in the MS SharePoint

• Perform other tasks and projects as and when necessary, required to support business objectives and learning operations etc.

Requirements

• 1-2 years of related experience in training support/ administration preferred.

• Good inter-personal and relationship building skills, able to initiate a conversation and provide customer centric approach to assist stakeholders.

• Interested and passionate in developing learning solution, solve problems and improving current processes.

• Committed to learn fast, adaptable and passionate to deliver quality work as a team

• Good working attitude with strong work ethics and commitment to meeting deadlines

• Proficient in Canva, Excel (e.g. pivot table) and Power Point

• Ability to represent quantitative information in a visual form that facilitates effective decision making

• Proficient verbal and writing skills