Req Number: 17960BR
We are seeking a Management and Professional Trainer to join the Leadership Development Division (LDD) of the Management and Professional Development Department (M&PDD).
LDD is responsible for providing employees with experiences encouraging the learning and immediate application of leadership skills and capabilities linked to business needs.
The Management and Professional Trainer’s primary role is to serve as a facilitator to managers, supervisors, and professional employees in the area of leadership, management, and supervisory training with primary responsibility for conducting higher level management training courses and other training experiences. This includes most aspects of the Human Resource Development (HRD) function, such as needs assessment, research, design of training sources, instruction, piloting, and evaluation.
As a successful candidate you must hold at least a Bachelor’s degree in a HR-related discipline from a recognized and approved Institution. An advanced degree is preferred.
You must have at least five years’ experience working as an executive coach.
You must have at least five years’ experience in a leadership position.
You are able to demonstrate deep understanding of coaching concepts and their practical application in the workplace and have a minimum Coach Certification at ACC level (or equivalent).
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provide one to one coaching for high potential employees, developing, mid-career and senior Saudi Aramco leaders using proven, best-practice coaching methodologies.
Demonstrate a deep theoretical understanding and practical experience of deploying a range of cognitive and behavioral change methodologies to help drive transactional and transformational change.
Utilize a range of assessment tools such as work style questionnaires, business simulations, multi-rater feedback instruments (360’s) and self-assessment inventories.
Provide thought leadership, advice and expertise to the Business Lines on matters relating to coaching trends and coaching best practices.