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A new opportunity for a Talent Development Manager to join the market leaders in clean marine technology, focusing on the continued importance of developing our teams talent.

Silverstream Technologies has successfully developed and deployed a market-leading clean marine technology solution over the last ten years - The Silverstream® System. Our Air Lubrication System (ALS) fundamentally changes the interaction between water and a vessel's hull, creating a carpet of microbubbles that coats the flat bottom of a vessel. As a result, frictional resistance is reduced - dramatically improving a vessel's fuel consumption and associated emissions.

Role Summary:
The Talent Development Manager is a new position, driven by current and future headcount growth, and the increasing importance placed on talent within Silverstream. The role will be accountable for the creation, development and application of a comprehensive talent management strategy and processes to support the entire employee lifecycle.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Learning & Development: identifying personal and technical learning needs and developing learning solutions.
  • Talent Management: developing a talent management strategy.
  • Performance Management: ownership of company goal setting, performance management and annual review processes. Coaching of line managers in driving a performance-based culture.
  • Leadership Development: defining and embedding a Silverstream leadership and competency framework.
  • Line Manager Development: development of line manager capability for emerging, new, and experienced line managers.
  • Employee Engagement: consultative and data-driven approach to driving employee engagement and optimising talent development strategies.
  • Early Careers Development: develop programmes to support a pipeline of graduate hires including continuous professional development and certifications such as chartership.
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: in partnership with the CPO and senior management, lead the development and delivery of a DEI strategy.

Role Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree, ideally in Human Resource, Psychology, or a related discipline.
  • 5+ years’ experience in Human Resources in a Talent Development related role.
  • Experience of optimising and improving working established talent development practices.
  • Foster a culture of continuous learning and development within the organisation.
  • Excellent communication, collaboration, and facilitation skills.
  • Comfortable working with and building relationships at all levels of the organisation.
  • Mentor and coach employees to support their professional growth.
  • Experience of digital learning platforms and utilisation of learning technologies.
  • Excellent project management skills, thrives in ambiguity, with strong prioritisation skills.
  • Plan and conduct training sessions and workshops.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement new talent programmes to meet defined needs. Able to evaluate effectiveness of development programs.
  • Managing budget for talent development initiatives.
  • Keep updated with industry trends, incorporating best practices.
  • Data-driven and analytical approach to measuring the impact of programmes.
  • International work experience.