GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX) is a global performance
improvement solutions provider of training, eLearning solutions,
management consulting and engineering services. GP Strategies’
solutions improve the effectiveness of organizations by delivering
innovative and superior training, consulting and business
improvement services, customized to meet the specific needs of its
clients. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, manufacturing,
process and energy industries, and other commercial and government
customers. Additional information may be found at
GP Strategies has several Learning Consultant openings
available. These are full-time, benefitted roles and you can work
Key aspects of this lead position are to:
Analyze and clarify client needs, learner needs and
opportunities to evolve or address performance gaps/needs.
Provide innovative learner-centric design solutions that address
client needs while aligning to operational budgets.
Lead conversations, both internally with teams, and externally
Collaborate with clients and development teams to define and
effectively deliver the promised solutions.
Represent instructional vision and ownership both internally and
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following
(other duties may be assigned):
Analyze learner performance needs including line of business
goals, learner performance tasks and measurement criteria,
performance curricula and environments and existing learning
ecosystem components and maturity.
Conduct needs analyses using appropriate tools and methods such
as systemic thinking, design thinking, task/job analysis and/or
Identify key aspects of the performance environment including
tools and factors that may impede performance and that support
learners' five points of need.
Design and facilitate working sessions/workshops to explore
learners, context, and performance gaps.
Conduct measurement mapping activities that identify the
alignment between strategic goals, business results, performance
outcomes and measurements, and the current learning/organizational
Document performance and learning outcomes that align with
client-direction and inform design solutions
Recommend best approaches based on the outcomes of the needs
Create a high-level vision and sequence for solutions, such as
curricula and learning journeys, including elements beyond the
traditional Learning solutions and lines of service (for example
facilitation, LMS integration, etc.) that align with client need
Create and articulate modern learning vision/approach that may
include platforms, social-engagement, community generated content
Design, conduct and analyze evaluation programs using levels 1,
2 & 3 evaluation both during learning experiences (for example,
learning journeys) and post-learning.
Set the vision, take ownership and lead ID work for course,
program and learning journeys to ensure the quality of
Oversee and ensure instructional integrity of learning solutions
throughout the design, development and delivery cycles.
Collaborate with different teams across the business to develop
learning content and assets.
Build effective working relationships with SMEs to efficiently
gather content information and feedback.
Manage projects efficiently so that tasks are completed on time,
problems are anticipated or resolved quickly, and team members are
clear on project requirements and schedules.
Support successful achievement of project goals, tasks, and
deliverables through use both waterfall and agile approaches.
Demonstrated application of evidence-based instructional design
and performance-support approaches in client work for learning
solutions that encompass full learning experiences (analog or
digital, cohort or self-paced, with a live instructor or
Our successful Learning Consultants are proactive and have
excellent communication, project management, team leadership,
client facilitation, organization, collaboration, and interpersonal
skills. They also display innovative, original thinking,
creativity, and an interest in the future of learning ecosystems
and learning technology. They have a positive outlook and love
addressing challenges and bringing solutions to the table, are
comfortable looking at the broader GP community and outside for
models and approaches to address unique client challenges, and must
enjoy working with teams in a fast-paced, energetic
Master’s degree in Instructional Systems, Human Performance
Technology or related field with at least five years’ professional
experience preferred. Equivalent experience may substitute for
GP Strategies is committed to creating a diverse environment and
is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard
to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual
orientation, veteran status, or marital status.
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