Training & Development Manager Boca Raton (Home Office)

Training & Development Manager

Exempt • Boca Raton (Home Office)

 

 

Senior Manager, Learning & Development

 

About us: IPIC Theaters LLC strives to be our guest’s favorite destination for a night out on the town.  Our newest facilities blend three distinct areas – a polished-casual restaurant, a farm-to-glass full-service bar, and our world-class luxury theater auditoriums – into a one-of-a-kind experience. Our unique concept offers a multi-faceted experience of dining, drinking, and watching a movie in a luxurious setting. It is a great way to enjoy a night out, under one roof with friends, family, and colleagues. We have 15 theaters and 9 restaurants nationwide. 

Learning & Development Manager

The Learning & Development Manager will be responsible for creating organizational training strategies, oversee its implementation and assess its outcomes. As the Training & Development Manager you will identify training and developmental needs and drive suitable training initiatives that build loyalty to the organization.

Responsibilities:  

  • Develop effective training material and development programs
  • Maintain and demonstrate a strong degree of operational and team member position knowledge, keeping end user in mind while designing content.
  • Provide training, both in-person and remotely as needed, for locations and teams including customizing of training agendas to meet trainee needs; preparation of data and materials for training; and execution of training in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Present and coordinate training and development programs for all new store openings. Support management in leading a team of trainers for pre and post new store openings.
  • Identify and assess future and current training needs across all locations in conjunction with Regional Directors and or General Managers.
  • Draw an overall or individualized training and development plan that addresses need and expectations
  • Deliver statutory training programs where required and all mandatory training
  • Monitor and evaluate training program’s effectiveness and measure results through a bi-annual needs assessment approach
  • Resolve any specific problems and tailor training programs as necessary
  • Create and manage L&D calendar and coordinate trainings to ensure service standards are being met.
  • Develop and maintains organizational communications such as bulletin boards and Newsletter’s to ensure team members have knowledge of training and development events and resources
  • Support Health and Safety Training where required
  • Analyze all AskNicely and Eco Sure reports with Regional Directors of Operations and plan/execute trainings accordingly.
  • Oversee training attendance lists in an efficient manner and provide appropriate joining instructions.
  • Perform monthly training audits
  • Maintain a keen understanding of training trends, developments, and best practices

Requirements & Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field
  • 5+ years’ experience designing and implement employee development programs in the hospitality industry
  • Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) credential preferred
  • Outstanding communication, influencing, and relationship building skills
  • Strong problem solver, capable to find “root cause” issues and generate creative approaches to gain efficiency
  • Able to work with limited supervision, willing to take initiative to make things better
  • Outstanding organizational, prioritization and time management skills
  • Excellent managerial and training skills

Benefits: 

  • Competitive base salary and annual bonus opportunity. 
  • Company paid Life insurance and Short-Term Disability insurance. 
  • Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits, Flexible Spending Accounts & Paid vacation.
  • Discount Dining and Free Movie Tickets.
  • Discounts through Life Mart and Tickets at Work.

 

IPIC Theaters LLC is an Equal Opportunity and E-Verify Employer and provides reasonable accommodations consistent with its legal obligations.

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IPIC TEAM MEMBER BENEFITS

Competitive Compensation & Bonus Programs
Benefits: health, dental, vision, PTO and 401(k)
Professional development and growth potential
Free movie tickets and dining discounts