Job Location:
Richmond, Virginia

At Genworth, we empower families to navigate the aging journey with confidence. We are compassionate, experienced allies for those navigating care with guidance, products, and services that meet families where they are. Further, we are the spouses, children, siblings, friends, and neighbors of those that need care—and we bring those experiences with us to work in serving our millions of policyholders each day. 

We apply that same compassion and empathy as we work with each other and our local communities. Genworth values all perspectives, characteristics, and experiences so that employees can bring their full, authentic selves to work to help each other and our company succeed. We celebrate our diversity and understand that being intentional about inclusion is the only way to create a sense of belonging for all associates. We also invest in the vitality of our local communities through grants from the Genworth Foundation, event sponsorships, and employee volunteerism.

Our four values guide our strategy, our decisions, and our interactions:

  • Make it human. We care about the people that make up our customers, colleagues, and communities.
  • Make it about others. We do what’s best for our customers and collaborate to drive progress. 
  • Make it happen. We work with intention toward a common purpose and forge ways forward together. 
  • Make it better. We create fulfilling purpose-driven careers by learning from the world and each other.


Talent Development Specialist



Richmond, VA



As a Talent Development Specialist, you will help us deliver on our team mission to cultivate engaging and innovative solutions that empower our associates to learn, grow, and succeed. In this role, you will create and facilitate high-quality offerings focused on developing associates’ professional capabilities and improving individual and team effectiveness. You will consult and collaborate with others to understand business needs and design learning solutions to address those needs.

What you will be doing

  • Design, deliver, and evaluate a variety of live, virtual, and blended professional development offerings, programs, and learning opportunities
  • Support and/or lead a range of learning and talent development projects and programs related to new hire orientation and onboarding, professional development, leadership development, engagement, and other initiatives to support associate growth
  • Design and facilitate individual development and team effectiveness engagements (i.e., coaching, problem-solving meetings, strategic planning sessions, New Leader Assimilations, team norms conversations)
  • Measure and evaluate the effectiveness of offerings, programs, and services; use data to make improvements and inform decision-making
  • Partner with fellow Talent Development team members to identify ways to enhance learners’ experience through innovative delivery techniques and solutions
  • Consult with HR Business Partners, business leaders, and other relevant stakeholders to identify learning needs and gain support for talent development initiatives 


What you bring

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in Human Resources, Education, Communications, Instructional Design, Psychology, or a related field 
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in Human Resources, Learning & Development, Organizational Development, or a comparable business-related role
  • Experience in adult learning, including instructional design and facilitation (in-person, virtually, and blended)
  • Excellent facilitation skills and ability to tailor communication to different audiences
  • Demonstrated ability to create and present engaging content
  • Proven ability to foster relationships and collaborate with key internal and external partners
  • Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written 
  • Demonstrated abilities in problem-solving and data-driven decision-making
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects at the same time and prioritize work based on immediate and future needs
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • A creative, curious, and open mindset
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, and SharePoint)

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience managing vendor relationships
  • Experience with Workday 

Employee Benefits & Well-Being

Genworth employees make a difference in people’s lives every day. We’re committed to making a difference in our employees’ lives.

  • Competitive Compensation & Total Rewards Incentives
  • Comprehensive Healthcare Coverage
  • Multiple 401(k) Savings Plan Options
  • Auto Enrollment in Employer-Directed Retirement Account Feature (100% employer-funded!)
  • Generous Paid Time Off – Including 12 Paid Holidays, Volunteer Time Off and Paid Family Leave
  • Disability, Life, and Long Term Care Insurance
  • Tuition Reimbursement,  Student Loan Repayment and Training & Certification Support
  • Wellness support including gym membership reimbursement and Employee Assistance Program resources (work/life support, financial & legal management)
  • Caregiver and Mental Health Support Services