Website Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Position: Talent Development Manager
Role Overview: We are looking for a dynamic Talent Development Manager (TDM) to deliver values-aligned, best-in-class learning and development programs that drive impact throughout Lincoln Center. This position reports to the Director, Talent Development, and will involve collaboration with senior leadership across multiple departments. As TDM, you will contribute to key strategic priorities, including facilitating highly visible trainings, scaling learning resources, and driving an overall culture of learning on campus. The ideal candidate will be extremely skilled as a designer & facilitator of original learning experiences, and as a strategic partner connecting colleagues with valuable resources that exist externally.
What you’ll get to do here:
- Design, curate and scale employee learning programs
- Support career pathways and career development efforts, activating resources and frameworks to help employees understand how they can grow their careers
- Collaborate with senior leaders to coordinate learning opportunities offered internally and externally
- Create and deliver highly effective learning content
- Evaluate learning outcomes and recommend/implement next steps
- Recognize and meet changing organizational needs
- Drive and integrate best practices throughout the organization
- Stay on top of industry trends and benchmark results against top-tier programs
You’ll be a fit if you bring:
- 3-5+ years in a similar Talent Development/Learning and Development role
- Passion for learning and development that is contagious
- Strong relationship building acumen and interest/ability to connect with stakeholders across the org
- A track record of success partnering and collaborating with senior leaders on department-specific and organization-wide talent initiatives
- Proven ability to evaluate learning needs and meet those needs with resources
- Passion for public speaking and facilitation
- Strong process-oriented mindset and a keen eye for detail
- The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team to drive results
- Commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility
- The ability to tell a compelling story with data
You’ll be a great fit if you bring:
- Experience building out an effective learning management system, evaluating content libraries, and/or leveraging LinkedIn Learning
- Professional certifications related to talent development, coaching, and/or DEIA
What is Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts?
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) is the world’s leading performing arts center in the heart of New York City. In these times of heightened anxiety and vigilance, we are holding on to the important role the arts play in our lives: they nourish our hearts and minds, teach us valuable lessons and critical skills, and help us create community. We are resolved not to lose sight of what connects us, and we hope you will consider joining our talented, diverse team.
1. The manager of the Lincoln Center Campus.
-We are part of 16 acres of activity and one of eleven amazing resident organizations
2. A leading Arts Presenter.
-We curate a number of series showcasing music, dance, and theater
3. An Education Hub.
-We have reached 20 million students, educators, principals, and community members
Who are our people?
Lincoln Center is a diverse team of dreamers, collaborators, and entrepreneurs who use unique platforms in the heart of New York City and beyond to advocate for the transformative impact of artistic experiences.
Lincoln Center People imagine and create in concert with this mission by founding President John D. Rockefeller III – “The arts are not for the privileged few, but for the many. Their place is not on the periphery of daily life, but at its center.”
Lincoln Center welcomes applicants from all sectors who agilely solve problems, show up as they are, and can’t stop innovating.
What’s the news?
Highlights from the Summer Season
- Celebrating Art, Community, and Resilience Post-COVID: Summer for the City Returns to New York For A Second Year
- Vibrating Haptic Suits Give Deaf People a New Way to Feel Live Music
- The True Winners and Losers of the Las Culturistas Culture Awards
- Her Symphony Reclaims an Ancestral Story, and Classical Music
- Lincoln Center Names Conductor for Reimagined Mostly Mozart Orchestra
- Henry Timms Wants to Tear Down Walls at Lincoln Center
- Lincoln Center Presents to Continue This Winter/Spring With Expanded Free and Choose-What-You-Pay Performances
- The 2024 Tony Awards Will Be Hosted at Lincoln Center
Legacies of San Juan Hill
- Before Lincoln Center, San Juan Hill Was a Vibrant Black Community
- Lincoln Center Launches San Juan Hill Project Digital Hub To Remember the Lost Urban Neighborhood
- Lincoln Center lanza plataforma para rescatar la cultura de un barrio negro
Henry Timms is the co-founder of #GivingTuesday and the co-author of New Power.
It is the policy of Lincoln Center to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, marital or civil partnership/union status, familial or caregiver status, alienage or citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, military or veteran status, genetic information, predisposition, or carrier status, unemployment status, domestic violence, sexual violence, or stalking victim status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. LCPA is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, customer focus, and innovation.
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