Learning and Development Manager, Early Career Programs
About Eagle Hill
As the largest woman-owned consulting firm in Washington DC, Eagle Hill is an award-winning, family-run company, committed to solving business problems, with a focus on value above expectations. We are a diverse community of consultants who encourage each other to bring their unique perspectives and experiences to an entrepreneurial work environment. We bring a people-centered, collaboration-driven, and impact-focused mindset to everything we do.
What is the Eagle Hill Culture?
At Eagle Hill, you’re not just a number. Beyond the technical skills and expertise you bring, we recognize and value your individually lived experiences. The words Diversity and Inclusion are not a catch phrase at Eagle Hill. Diversity is woven into the fabric of our actions and words with each other. Inclusion is expressed through the mutual respect we show for one another and our clients. We know that our differences make us stronger and result in delivering the best solutions.
Is Eagle Hill for me?
In the workplace, we offer employees a personalized experience, paired with the best experiences and benefits of a big firm. Our smaller size provides our people with exceptional opportunities to accelerate their careers through skills development, access to the highest levels of leadership, and opportunities to take on increasing levels of responsibilities earlier in their careers. While we work hard, Eagle Hill cares for the whole person and their commitments and passions outside of work. This translates to a work-life flexibility unmatched by our competitors, which only enhances the energy and enthusiasm we bring to work every day. Eagle Hill supports our people by offering a competitive compensation and benefits package, including 100 percent company paid health insurance premiums for employees and their eligible dependents.
We are currently hiring a Learning and Development Manager of Early Career Programs to join our People Development Team.
The Early Career Programs Manager works directly for the Director, People Development. This position is responsible for the effective development, coordination, and presentation of early career programs for all employees. Using data and program evaluation feedback, the Early Career Programs will drive initiatives and program improvements to meet the needs of our employees. This position actively searches, creatively designs, and implements effective methods to educate, enhance performance and recognize performance.
The Early Career Programs Manager must have proven capabilities in managing complex projects as well as to demonstrate attention to detail, flexibility, and the ability to manage changing and competing priorities. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with a passion for developing early career talent and proven experience leading projects and processes in a well-managed way. The Early Career Manager will also work cross-functionally with other operations teams including DEI, Finance, IT, Legal, Learning and Development, and Talent Acquisition. This is also an opportunity to grow with the company and with individuals committed to your professional development.
The Early Career Programs Manager responsibilities may vary based on business need, but will include:
- Oversight and execution of Eagle Hill’s year-long Onboarding Program and signature early career programs including:
- EHC Onboarding – Manage EHC’s year-long onboarding program from end-to-end including new hire communications, scheduling coordination, facilitator relations, and new hire data collection. Ensure new hire milestones are met through strategic programming, making program adjustments where needed and working to ensure new hires have a valuable and rewarding experience
- Camp Eagle Hill – Manage 4 cohorts a year through a simulated consulting learning experience, including facilitator “train the trainer” curriculum, curriculum management, resource development, course administration and evaluation. Utilize participant feedback to continually improve the learning experience for new consultants
- Lead additional EHC engagement programs including Annual Awards and Core Teams, working with firm stakeholders and leadership to deliver programs
- Partner with director of people development and P&C colleagues on the design of new curriculum targeted at consulting associates to meet business needs, including refresh of existing programs to achieve intended learning objectives
- Manage and deliver programming for EHC’s suite of mentoring programs including pairings, mentor training, resources, and best practices knowledge sharing
- Collaborate with Director on developing Quarterly Learning List of L&D programming and events
- Support talent programs including Quarterly Talent Reviews, Annual Promotion and Performance Management Trainings
What are the Required Qualifications?
- A minimum of 5 years relevant professional experience with program management or early career development
- Knowledge of adult learning and/or program management
- Expertise and experience working with Microsoft Office 365 suite of tools including Excel, Word, PowerPoint
- Strong oral and written communication skills – including facilitation and presentation skills
- Willingness to be in the office on a regular cadence to execute any in-person sessions
- Authorized to work in the US
What are the Desired Qualifications?
- Self-starter with strong attention to detail, ability to meet deadlines, and the dexterity to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
- Experience working in a professional services or consulting environment
- Solution-Oriented and experience with developing and delivering Onboarding or other ‘new employee’ programs
- Experience managing “volunteer” teams
- Degree in Instructional Design, E-Learning, Adult Learning, or related degrees
- Experience with course administration (registration, attendance tracking, MS Teams sites, course materials development and implementation)
- US Citizenship
Compensation: A reasonable expectation for a starting salary range is $104-118K Base + Bonus.
What are our Benefits?
Eagle Hill Consulting provides a robust benefits package that includes:
100% Employer paid Health, Dental, and Vision, Life and AD&D Insurance, and Short & Long Term Disability
Further, Eagle Hill Consulting offers Flexible Spending Accounts, 401K with Employer Match, Employee Assistance Program, Health and Wellness, Commuter Benefits, an Annual Discretionary Bonus, and generous time off for eligible employees that includes a minimum of 20 days Paid Time Off, 10 Paid Holidays, and 12 weeks Paid Parental Leave.
What is the Application Process?
Applicants should note that we follow the Topgrading Approach to hiring. Topgrading is a thorough and robust interview process, which ensures we consistently follow a structured and equitable assessment process in hiring the most qualified candidates to join our team and position them for success.
Eagle Hill Consulting, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer.
In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request and accommodation in order to apply for a position with Eagle Hill Consulting, LLC, please call 703-229-8600 or e-mail email@example.com.
Positions are located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Applicants must be willing and able to work at our Crystal City office and at client sites throughout Northern Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC. Eagle Hill does not cover the cost of relocation. Occasional travel may be required based on business needs.