EnerMech Welcomes Global Learning and Talent Manager

Jayne Hayward, has joined EnerMech as our first Global Learning and Talent Manager, a new role which reflects and reinforces our commitment to supporting the development of our people.

Based in Sunderland in the UK, Jayne’s initial priorities will include implementing a global learning management system, developing and rolling out the EnerMech leadership competency model, launching the company’s first suite of learning and development programmes in collaboration with training consultancy Ingenium and standing up our talent management framework.

Jayne joins EnerMech from her previous role as learning and development lead with EDF Renewables, where she successfully implemented and embedded learning management systems and leadership training programmes.

She began her career in the education sector where she worked as Head of IT and Business Studies for a number of years, leading school improvement and teacher progression. She transitioned into the corporate world of learning and development several years ago and has worked in a number of areas since.

A strong advocate for lifelong learning and personal career development, Jayne will report directly to EnerMech’s Chief HR Officer Phil Ogden.