Program Manager


10 months ago


Job Title

Digital Workplace Talent and Education Program Coordinator

Job Location

United States

Job Overview

As the Digital Workplace Talent and Education Program Coordinator at American Express, you will play a crucial role in planning and coordinating our program. Your responsibilities will include establishing and interpreting project objectives, providing program status updates, and developing programs for recruitment, education, and career progression. You will also create content to support leadership development and collaborate with the communications team to disseminate Talent and Education content.


  • Salary Range: $110,000.00 to $190,000.00 annually + bonus + benefits
  • Please note that the final salary will be determined based on factors such as location, experience, and other job-related considerations.


  • Establish and maintain a repeatable process for global career progression, talent mobility, retention, and succession planning.
  • Develop and maintain programs for college, intern, and experienced candidate recruitment.
  • Build and drive Digital Workplace (DW) specific, role-based education offerings to support career progression.
  • Create opportunities for mentoring, shadowing, sponsoring, and temporary assignments.
  • Conduct career-focused seminars and podcasts to help colleagues build career mobility skills.
  • Develop DW specific, product-based education offerings to enhance product knowledge and flexibility.
  • Create content to support leadership development.
  • Support the Talent and Education team by creating tools and media.
  • Collaborate with the communications team to disseminate Talent and Education content.
  • Provide regular program status updates.


  • Bachelor's Degree in a related field required; advanced degree preferred.
  • Extensive business/industry work experience, including leadership and project management roles.
  • Experience with Talent Management and education programs.
  • Strong track record of leading multiple, cross-functional projects or programs.

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