Millions of people across the world come to Pinterest to find new ideas every day. It’s where they get inspiration, dream about new possibilities and plan for what matters most. Our mission is to help those people find their inspiration and create a life they love. As a Pinterest employee, you’ll be challenged to take on work that upholds this mission and pushes Pinterest forward. You’ll grow as a person and leader in your field, all the while helping users make their lives better in the positive corner of the internet.
At Pinterest our employees are critical to our company’s success. We’re looking for an experienced L&D professional, with a track record of designing and executing an employee development strategy in a fast growing organization. You will be able to demonstrate how core competencies are used to inform development, and contribute directly to the curation, design and execution of learning programs that build those core competencies. You will be a skilled program manager, facilitator and design thinker, who can design and deliver programs and projects that simultaneously achieve business results, and drive personal career development and fulfillment. You are known for driving results through partnering with stakeholders, building robust well thought out plans, and seeing initiatives to successful completion in the face of obstacles or setbacks.
We are headquartered in San Francisco but open to this role being remote.
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