Learning Analytics Manager
ASML’s unique machinery enables worldwide technology leaders to produce state-of-the-art microchips. Now they’re transforming their approach to Learning and Knowledge Management to increase growth. The Learning Analytics Manager will shape ASML’s learning analytics capability and connect people analytics with business impact to drive its value creation strategy.
Microchips are the beating heart of modern technology. From smartphones to cars and medical equipment to data centers, all devices we use for work, travel, and entertainment rely on microchips. ASML invents and develops the technology and machinery that world leading microchip makers – such as Intel and Samsung – use to mass-produce their chips. Their state-of-the-art lithography technology uses light to print microscopic patterns on silicon chips. This enables manufacturers to increase the value and reduce the production cost of their microchips.
The lithography leader is headquartered in Veldhoven, The Netherlands. They employ forty thousand people in sixty offices across sixteen countries. In 2022, ASML’s net sales exceeded twenty-one billion euros. They expect to continue this significant growth with an estimated annual turnover between thirty and forty billion euros by 2025.
“ Our technology powers innovation worldwide. We enable groundbreaking technology to solve some of society’s toughest challenges. We’re changing the world, one nanometer at a time. ” – Peter Wennink, CEO of ASML
Learning and knowledge management (L&KM) are vital in ASML’s vibrant and challenging environment. Two years ago, they launched an L&KM transformation by appointing a Chief Learning Officer. ASML has since created a Center of Expertise with thirty-five experts and implemented a hybrid approach to learning that combines central steering with decentralized optimization. The new L&KM strategy enables the chip manufacturer to maintain its competitive advantage and build a new generation of cutting-edge machines.
Vacancy: Learning Analytics Manager
The Learning Analytics Manager will provide L&KM insights to HR and L&KM teams and business managers by leveraging the latest techniques in learning analytics. They will join AMSL’s Center of Expertise for L&KM and will drive its learning on a company-wide scale. This role will report to the Global Learning Quality, Process and Analytics Lead, who reports to the Chief Learning Officer. They will be based in Veldhoven with the option for a hybrid work model, such as working from home two days a week.
“ The Learning Analytics Manager will own our global learning dashboard and the analytics for all L&KM activities. By improving our learning analytics capabilities and setting global standards, they will be one of the driving forces to help achieve ASML’s global L&KM strategy. – Robin Dijke, Global Learning Quality, Process and Analytics Lead of ASML
The Learning Analytics Manager drives the application of analytics and behavioral science to influence decision-making. They will liaise with company-wide stakeholders, including business, L&KM, and HR, to explore the demand for L&KM insights and collect feedback on existing learning analytics tools. Then they will work with the Global Learning Analytics Specialist and Data Science and Business Intelligence experts from the People Analytics team to address those needs and develop and operate products such as a global learning dashboard, methodologies for learning measurement and evaluation, and prescriptive algorithms.
As the translator between the business, L&KM, and the analytics experts, the Learning Analytics Manager will prioritize, structure, scope, plan, support, manage, and evaluate the delivery of advanced analytics cases. They will partner with the L&KM and analytics communities and their business counterparts and be the bridge between them. The Learning Analytics Manager will also communicate results of complex analytics to executive-level stakeholders in clear terms, by leveraging their data visualization with engaging storytelling expertise.
As a newer function, the Learning Analytics Manager will steer and shape ASML’s learning analytics and establish a company-wide way of working. They’ll create a new capability for a highly successful international organization that has identified learning analytics as a key driver for future growth.
ASML is working with Top of Minds to fill this vacancy.
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