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Manager, Digital Learning Design

Seattle, WA, USA

This job was posted on:

September 3, 2020









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Master’s degree in education, curriculum and instruction, learning technologies or other related fields, or equivalent practical experience applying theoretical frameworks and learning theory to real-life problem solving.Experience in instructional and curriculum design.Experience leading complex strategic/cultural change initiatives, collaborating with cross-functional partners, and influencing senior stakeholders.Deep knowledge of a wide variety of learning tools, formats, and approaches.Working familiarity with technical requirements, constraints, and requirements of Google’s internal learning systems and platforms.Ability to craft detailed plans for executive audiences and to communicate intricate concepts concisely and clearly.Minimum qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience.12 years of work experience, including 4 years in the Learning and Development field designing and developing digital learning solutions for a variety of formats and global audiences.2 years of people management experience.Experience facilitating learning content to managers.Preferred qualifications:

About the job

  1. Our PeopleDev team works hard to ensure every Googler has access to the resources they need to become their best personal and professional selves. We leverage tools, technology, and innovative formats to scale learning and support Googlers at all stages of their careers — from Noogler Orientation, to manager training, to leadership development, and more. We have four key beliefs about learning — that it is personal, social, a process, and happens in real life — and we infuse these beliefs throughout the wide array of learning and development opportunities at Google. As a PeopleDev team member, you'll always be thinking about new ways to help others grow, and you share a passion for empowering Googlers to unlock their full potential.
  2. The PeopleDev team works to strengthen Google’s performance and culture by preparing Googlers to successfully navigate their most critical challenges today and in the future. We provide organizational development consulting and customized solutions that increase the health and performance of Google’s organizations and overall business. As a Digital Learning Design Manager, you will lead design and delivery of the manager curriculum to include a scaled, digital component for Google’s people managers. You will oversee budget, vendors, design coordination, and integration with existing systems and programs. You will partner closely with members across People Operations, adapting plans to other roll-out efforts, and advocating for the best user experience.
  3. Great just isn't good enough for our People Operations team (known elsewhere as "Human Resources"). We bring the world's most innovative people to Google and provide the programs that help them thrive. Whether recruiting the next Googler, refining our core programs, developing talent, or simply looking for ways to inject some more fun into the lives of our Googlers, we bring a data-driven approach that is reinventing the human resources field. You’ll play an essential role advancing a more diverse, accessible, equitable, and inclusive Google through our hiring, promotion, retention, and inclusion practices.


Develop and execute vision for digital curriculum development to roll out scaled deliverables on a specific timeline.Provide design thought partnership to the Lead Design Architect, flag obstacles or points of integration required to execute on the design, and remove roadblocks to keep internal designers working on deliverables.Manage internal and external stakeholders to move forward a future development vision, and socialize evolving plans to align with other work being delivered across PeopleDev.Coordinate with cross-functional People Operations teams and peer Manager Development Leads to align with scheduled roll outs and adjust design plans accordingly.Manage a small team of digital designers and program managers.


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