HR Senior Specialist, Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Company: Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.
Posted on: September 22, 2022
This HR Senior Specialist is responsible for the overall
administration and management of the learning management system
(LMS) and various software applications/systems that support
organization-wide learning initiatives and specific LTOD
initiatives. This role will manage the partnerships with learning
professionals across the organization and other People Solutions
(PS) colleagues to bring technical efficiency and innovation to the
various systems and applications LTOD relies on for its
work.Essential Job Functions:
- Responsible for the administration and management of multiple
technology solutions for the enterprise, including managing LMS
requests, uploading and updating learning items, testing,
maintenance, analytics and reporting of learning systems, Degreed
(LXP) and Saba (LMS).
- Leads the strategy and partnering with internal stakeholders to
determine the enterprise strategy for learning and talent
- Leads partnerships with learning technology vendors partnering
with various internal and external stakeholders to negotiate
- Partners with LTOD, Business Partners, Leaders and other
colleagues to administrator, support, evaluate and analyze program
initiatives, leader assessments, team sessions, workshops,
mentoring, and talent management processes by leveraging
technology, survey platforms, and Workday. -
- Manages the intake process for leadership and organizational
development requests/inquiries in the team's inbox and supporting
systems. Triages and consults with requestors to help identify
- Partners with learning systems vendors and FINRA technology
team to address system-related issues, support system upgrades, to
include communications and training, and to provide insight and
support on any additional functionality/configuration
- Provides technical support for LTOD applications/systems such
as Perceptyx, Insala, and TalentQuest.
- Designs, develops, and maintains job aids, training content,
and any policy/procedural documentation to support system-related
changes and user-adoption for all learning professionals and the
- Other duties as assigned.Education/Experience Requirements:
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Technology, Human Resources
(HR) field, Training and Development, I/O Psychology, Project
Management, or related field, with a minimum of five (5) years of
experience in the LMS functional areas; or an equivalent
combination of education and experience.
- HR/OD-related certification(s) preferred.
- Proficiency with software programs, assessments, talent
management processes and systems.
- Very strong Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel skills.
- Very strong project management and/or program administration
- Exceptional critical thinking and analytical skills.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Proven ability to build and sustain professional relationships,
especially at the mid to senior level.
- Excellent interpersonal and relationship skills needed to build
not only strong client relationships with FINRA leadership but also
strong working relationships within the People Solutions team.
- Excellent task/project coordination and time management
- Results-driven and metrics-focused.
- Ability to work autonomously on multiple projects/tasks
- Able to successfully navigate within a multi-business line
- Approaches tasks with a sense of urgency and a drive to
complete tasks by the deadline.
- Self-directed learner - able to pick up new concepts and
- Ability to create and contribute to a highly collaborative work
- Experience supporting technical aspects of Learning &
Development, Communications, Talent Management, and Leadership &
Organizational Development initiatives is a plus.
- Experience in multiple tools and applications, especially with
learning management and experience systems and talent management
platforms, such as Degreed, Saba, Workday, TalentQuest, MHS,
SurveyMonkey, and Insala, is a plus. -Working Conditions:
- Ability to work in a hybrid work environment.
- Travel as needed.
- Extended hours as needed.#LI-HybridTo be considered for this
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