Talent Consultant (Early Careers)
We have an exciting job opportunity for a new Talent Consultant (Early Careers) to play a leading role in shaping and expanding our Apprenticeships offer and support the team in improving our sector-leading Graduate Programmes.
Working with teams across the business as well as external partners, you'll deliver key programmes whilst playing a pivotal role in creating innovative ideas and navigating complex projects delivering great results for our people.
Do you have the drive to deliver in a world class talent and organisational development function? Can you work collaboratively across the British Heart Foundation (BHF) to develop implement and manage staff development programmes the support the BHF strategic plans, whilst also looking for opportunities to promote and develop performance improvement? If so we’d love to hear from you!
You’ll have a learning or organisational development qualification and knowledge of a wide range of OD and learning theories and practices, having applied these in the past with proven results
With excellent organisational skills you'll also have the ability to prioritise work, ensuring that key deadlines are met whilst also building strong relationships with key stakeholders throughout the organisation.
You’ll have excellent communication skills, be comfortable presenting training and have knowledge of psychometrics such as Myers Briggs and experience of facilitating sessions using these tools.
This role will be primarily based at our London offices with regular travel to other BHF locations.
Everyone who works at the British Heart Foundation is part of something bigger - a mission to beat heartbreak from the world’s biggest killers. Heart and circulatory diseases still kill 1 in 4 people in the UK and that’s heartbreak on a scale we simply don’t accept. Across our offices and stores, we are helping fund research that saves lives. If that’s a mission that inspires you, and you have the skills we need, you could be the Talent Consultant we’re looking for.
How to apply
To apply for this role please click through to our website for further details. Our process involves submitting your CV and supporting statement, which should outline your interest and explain how you meet the roles criteria
At the BHF we believe in providing the best possible recruitment experience so you may find you’ll be invited to complete a video interview.
This will be a quick and easy process for you to do. You’ll be given the flexibility of completing the interview at your own convenience – anytime, anywhere within 3 days of being sent details.
We plan to hold video interviews w/c 4th February with interviews at our London head office on Tuesday 19th February 2019
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