The Learning Project Manager is responsible for initiating, planning, monitoring and managing risks and issues related to delivering learning projects that support the success of any business strategy. The Learning Project Manager supports Humana's leading business position by designing, planning, and executing innovative projects that drive the learning and development of associates in each dynamic business environment. The Learning Project Manager will anticipate constraints and properly allocate resources to produce high-performing results in a cost-effective manner as well as:
Lead teams in the delivery of high-quality solutions that reach measurable metrics.
Facilitates CLD intake and problem solving process and tracks assignments of resources.
Manages multiple priorities and CLD learning efforts to support key strategic initiatives.
Works with stakeholders to scope learning efforts and develop project plans.
Executes project plans and monitors progress.
Manages and develops plans to communicate and mitigate risks and issues.
Secure resources, and coordinate the activities of a team of people to achieve important business objectives within a pre-determined timeframe.
Create detailed project design documents and task-level project plans to organize cross-functional teams.
Partner closely with other members of functional project teams to define business requirements.
Facilitate the meetings and develop rollout plans and procedures.
Prepare and present cost-benefit analyses.
Builds Trust: You honor your word by doing what you say you are going to do.
Implementation/Execution: You are good at organizing and managing multiple priorities and/or projects by using appropriate methodologies and tools.
Innovate: You introduce new ideas and processes which improve performance and productivity.
Problem Solving: You are a problem solver with the ability to encourage others in collaborative problem solving. Acting as both a broker and consultant regarding resources, you engage others in problem solving without taking over.
College degree and work experience in learning, human resources, or project management roles.
Proficient with use of
project management tools and software/systems
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong organizational and problem solving skills.
Proven project management skills
PMP and/or Six Sigma certification
Understanding of learning and development methodologies and practices. Awareness of learning industry, trends and emerging best practice.
Knowledge of adult learning theory and understanding of how adults acquire and use competencies.
Three to five years of work experience in a professional learning and development environment.
Project Management Institute certification
Previous experience planning and managing large projects
Prior experience in the health solutions industry
Work Environment Type
Humana - 13 months ago