Learning & Development Support Manager (1-Year Contract)

The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Hong Kong
292 days ago

The primary focus of this role will support the implementation of the new QF4 programme to meet the people development objective. The job holder will support the launch and ongoing delivery of the programme, in which multiple classes will run in parallel.


You will:
  • Work with internal stakeholders and external vendors in the planning and implementation of a large scale development programme
  • Oversee the programme schedule, logistics, and provide support to the end-to-end process
  • Maintain close communication with programme participants and their managers
  • Monitor and implement measures in accordance with the quality assurance mechanism to ensure learning effectiveness
  • Communicate and update programme progress with relevant stakeholders
  • Support and co-ordinate other L&D projects as required


The job-holder should:
  • At least 8 to 10 years of relevant experience and proven track record in planning and execution of training curriculum in sizeable organizations
  • Strong project management skills in working with internal stakeholders and external vendors
  • Experience in virtual training / digital learning tools will be an advantage
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English and Chinese
  • A team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Learning agility and flexibility to work with different stakeholders


An initial 1-year temporary employment will be offered to be the successful candidate. The employment may be extended or renewed for a further period.


Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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