We’re looking for individuals with a keen interest in Audit and Risk Assurance (RA) to join our growing Learning and Development team (L&D). There are a number of roles now available from Senior Associate to Senior Manager level. We are open to conversations around flexible working and location across one of our any PwC offices nationally.
Technical Authors / Content Designers:
Reporting to the Technical Content Senior Manager, the Technical design team will be responsible for the development of technical learning content for new joiners through to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for all grades within the business.
They will apply their L&D and technical Audit/RA expertise to develop training material for classroom or technology-enabled solutions. Specifically, they will be responsible for designing and writing Audit/RA technical learning materials in partnership with experienced L&D professionals and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs).
ACA qualification or equivalent is required to work in the technical (Audit) team, or a strong interest in Assurance for our RA business
Have a strong working knowledge of systems / tools used within an Audit/RA and L&D environment
Work and operate within an environment of constant regulatory scrutiny
Strong interest in L&D design and delivery, and application of blended learning
Proven ability to self-motivate and work independently as well as a track record of working professionally and collaboratively as part of a wider-team
Ability to build and maintain good relationships
Communicate confidently and effectively, both in written and verbal form
Innovative and creative in approaching new challenges
Proven ability to work to deadlines and manage time effectively
Effectively use online collaboration tools e.g. online meetings and Google@Work
An experience of tutoring / facilitating Assurance programmes would be beneficial
Strategy Relationship Lead and Course Manager:
In addition to the authors, we are also looking for a strategic relationship lead and course manager.
The relationship lead will be responsible for the delivery of key strategic priorities for L&D. They will engage with key business stakeholders across the LoS to obtain an understanding of the training needs whilst providing recommendation and plans to deliver on the strategic projects.
The course manager is responsible for overseeing the implementation of technical learning in accordance with compliance and regulatory requirements. They will Project manage all stages of the ADDIE learning cycle (Analyse, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate) for individual programmes within a portfolio.
For more details on these two roles please reach out to Marina Raizere - email@example.com