“I need an L&D manager on my team”

A learning and development manager is a professional who:
  • plans, designs and implements an L&D framework based on competencies using adult learning principles
  • establishes learning objectives and conducts training needs analyses
  • designs, develops and implements learning programs (instructor-led, online or blended)
  • manages a portfolio of training programs against a budget
  • leads, coaches and supports a team of instructional designers, trainers/facilitators and elearning developers
  • selects external vendors and builds internal and external relationships to meet business objectives

Our database

We currently have over 9000 candidates on our database, and we can often have perfectly-matched resumes to you within the hour.

We provide people in: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra (ACT), Adelaide, Perth, Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

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Call us now, or fill out the form below to have us call you with candidates.

How much will it cost?

Wage and hourly rates for L&D managers vary according to experience and capability and the nature of the project. Specialists are often more expensive per hour than non-specialists.

Our clients normally need L&D managers for periods between six and twelve months. A longer contract period usually means a lower hourly rate. The rate that we give you for a particular person will be inclusive of all taxes, superannuation, insurance, except GST.

To find a permanent L&D manager that matches your requirements, we charge the client a percentage of the first year’s salary.

We are on a number of Government panel contracts.