所在地: New York, NY
Title: Senior Manager, Education Training (East Coast)
Division: Professional Products Division
Location: NYC Metro Area (40% Field /60% Office/Remote)
Reports To: AVP, Education Development & Training
Who We Are:
For more than a century, L’Oréal has devoted its energy, innovation, and scientific excellence solely to one business: Beauty. Our goal is to offer each and every person around the world the best of beauty in terms of quality, efficacy, safety, sincerity and responsibility to satisfy all beauty needs and desires in their infinite diversity.
At L’Oréal Professional Products, our mission is to support hairdressers and develop the hair industry sustainably, and lead the digital transformation of our industry with a customer-centric approach. Our brands portfolio includes L’Oréal Professionnel, Kérastase, Redken, Matrix, and Pureology.
What You Will Do:
The Senior Manager of Training (East) is responsible for the continued success and growth of Artists on a national level via training, coaching and development. They report to the AVP of Education Development & Training and work closely with the VP of Education and the entire Education Team. They manage and develop Artists from Induction and onboarding to In field coaching and development as well as actively recruit experienced talent. They will create and execute an inspirational training plan in line with the business direction and the needs the Artists. They will maintain, build and train the curriculum, facilitator guides, tools lists, show flow. They will be the lead on Tour locations in terms of execution from Artist proposals, Artist bookings, pre class calls and set up, on location coach and point person, team set up and on-site host and coach, as well as post class feedback review and action. They will take the lead bimonthly on the Artist Connection call and support as a core team member on set brand events and activity. They will manage the legal aspect and set up of Artist Contracts and usage management and be the point person for DMI when it comes to International Artist work.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Field Coaching: 40% of time
Travelling nationally coaching Artists.
Artist Development: 10% of time
Coach and development of Artists.
Structured training: 30% of time
To plan and execute structured trainings working in conjunction with the development team in line with the business objectives.
Curriculum: 10% of time
Ensuring curriculum is maintained to the highest standard.
Admin: 10% of time
What We Are Looking For:
What’s In It For You:
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