Training & Development Manager


We are recruiting

Are you passionate about staff training and development? Have you got the skills to develop our greatest asset? If yes, we want to hear from you.

Who we are

We are a leading financial institution, a key player in the Maltese market currently employing over 200 employees and part of a highly diversified multinational group of companies.

Duties and responsibilities

The Bank is seeking to recruit a Training & Development Manager to join the Bank's Human Resources Management & Development Unit.


You will be responsible to:

  • deliver training and develop the Bank's workforce;
  • develop, implement and sustain a long-term training strategy for the Bank;
  • build training programmes from scratch to execution through planning, implementation, delivery, review and outcome analysis;
  • work closely with and influence senior Bank officials as necessary;
  • liaise with different operational units and employees on an ongoing basis;
  • identify training and development needs within the Bank through job analysis, appraisal schemes and regular consultation with line managers, Heads of Department and HR officials;
  • work closely with and report training progress and outcomes to senior Bank officials;
  • manage staff training investments in line with established budget and timeframes;
  • assess the 'return on investment' of all training or development programmes;
  • develop effective induction programmes for new staff and apprentices;
  • monitor and review the progress of trainees;
  • develop custom individual learning plans and produce related training material for in-house courses;
  • ensure that statutory training requirements are strictly adhered to;
  • amend and revise programmes as necessary, in order to adapt to changes occurring in the industry, whether regulatory or otherwise;
  • assist line managers and trainers to overcome any issues related to training as may arise from time to time; and
  • adhere to set deadlines and objectives on projects and tasks pertaining to the role. 

Competencies and experience

You are reliable and trustworthy team player with an aptitude for learning, able to work in a dynamic environment, meticulous and organised in your work. 

You must:

  • have proven training, coaching and development skills;
  • have excellent interpersonal skills that enable you to work with people at different levels within the Bank;
  • be clear in your communication and approach to your colleagues;
  • be creative and proactive, offering new and out of the box ideas and approaches;
  • have the skill to motivate and engage people;
  • have strong written and verbal communication skills in both Maltese and English;
  • be equipped with well-developed presentation skills;
  • have a strong customer-focused background;
  • be a natural problem-solver and a good negotiator;
  • be passionate for ongoing lifelong learning and development;
  • have good time management capabilities and be able to multitask;
  • be enthusiastic, proactive and innovative in your work;
  • have an outgoing personality with a positive approach to work; and
  • possess good knowledge of MS Office applications and be IT literate.

Experience and Knowledge

You are expected to have a comprehensive knowledge of the Banking Industry and the relative regulatory environment. To apply for the Training and Development Manager position you are expected to have a minimum of 10 years banking experience, and at least 3 years prior and proven hands-on experience in delivering training courses.

While experience will be fundamental to the selection process, a tertiary level of education, particularly in HR or Psychology related subjects and/or a CIPD qualification will be considered an asset.

How to apply

We invite you to send us a detailed CV highlighting your achievements. Applications should reach the Bank only by email on

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