Partnering with our stakeholders, the Chief Administrative Office Global Analyst Development Program (GADP) aims to deliver superior analyst programs through challenging roles, engaged managers and dynamic development opportunities.
With more than 2000 global analysts, the GADP represents the firm’s largest two year graduate program population. Analyst programs at a glance;
Operations Analyst Development Program (OADP): operations talent focus
Regions Covered: APAC, EMEA, India, NAMR
Global Scale: ~700 full time analysts, ~400 summer interns
Corporate Analyst Development Program (CADP): consultative talent focus
Regions Covered: APAC, EMEA, NAMR
Global Scale: ~200 full time analysts, ~100 summer interns
Over the course of the two year program analysts build technical, functional and leadership skills through challenging assignments, comprehensive feedback and coaching, rigorous training and performance management.
The OADP/CADP Training Manager Role is responsible for the delivery of high quality training programs for the operations and corporate analysts, throughout their two+ year tenure in the program. Responsibilities include:
Partner with global stakeholders to enhance and further develop the OADP/CADP 2 year curriculum roadmap (training at Y0, Y1, & graduation), obtain resources to support training initiatives and refine training strategies
Participate in and lead key program training initiatives; including designing new training courses, training re-engineering existing training, and possible facilitation.
Manage strategic and tactical elements of the CADP and OADP training agenda from overall strategy through implementation; including vendor management when applicable.
Create and maintain comprehensive project plans for development, delivery and evaluation of multiple work streams
Create tools and processes that support the development and delivery processes, including working with cross work stream team members on the implementation of new solutions which streamline and automate ways of getting the work done
Stay abreast of industry best practices, emerging technologies, and strategic direction to anticipate and accommodate shifts in program needs and priorities.
Evaluate and assess training effectiveness and articulate benefit to the business.
Coaching and mentoring less experienced team members.
Provide onsite support during University Analyst Training implementations
This position requires flexibility in schedule based on customer needs
May be required to travel domestically and internationally up to 25%
During program deployments, travel may increase up to 40%
10 years Financial Services Industry experience, with at least 5 years in a business-aligned Operations role
Minimum 3 years experience with the training solution life cycle
- Strategic Thinking
- Business Acumen & Results Orientation
- Proven ability to lead and execute in ambiguous situations
- Exceptional attention to detail and follow-through
Ability to use business judgment to guide analysis, draw implications from analysis, and synthesize into clear communications, and successfully operate in a matrixed environment using multiple influencing tactics to get results.
- Client/Customer Focused
Strong Professional Presence; Excellent verbal and written communications, and presentation skills
- Relationship Management
- Ability to interact confidently and develop relationships with all levels of leadership
- Build long lasting partnerships to help in delivery of the program
Honed consultative, influencing, and conflict management skills
High degree of flexibility/adaptability in work style and communication approach
- People Management & Leadership
- Ownership & Execution whether global or local scope involved
- Project & Process Management
Risks & Controls
Microsoft Office Expertise (Excel, PowerPoint, Project)