Learning and Development Partner
Learning and Development Partner
£35,497 - £39,047 (+ £750 Car Allowance) per annum – depending on skills
Contract type –Permanent
Working hours – Full Time
Our client develops a range of new homes – for rent, shared ownership, and sale – while also providing housing management, care and support, and commercial property services.
They increase the opportunities for people to thrive by giving them access to great homes and services to match. This supports the creation of strong and vibrant communities.
They make a difference to people’s lives – and this is something they want to continue doing, for more people, every day, and they have ambitious plans to simplify and modernise their organisation, to become a simply brilliant landlord.
About the role
They are now recruiting for a Learning and Development Partner to support the Learning, Development & Talent Manager in the implementation and delivery of the LDT priorities in line with the wider People strategy, specifically relating to learning and development across the Group.
In conjunction with the Learning, Development and Talent manager, you will support in the delivery of a variety of learning and development interventions that are aligned to their corporate objectives.
You will be required to consistently deliver a quality and expert service that is in line with their policy and process and regularly review for best practice and value add opportunities. You will also be an ambassador for the employee lifecycle, which focuses on attracting, developing, and retaining colleagues.
Within the role you will collaboratively work with leaders on the delivery of appropriate and relevant development interventions for colleagues including soft skills and career development activities and support and proactively work with external providers to create bespoke learning and development programmes sharing best practice across the organisation
It is essential that you hold a CIPD Level 3 diploma or equivalent in a relevant Learning and Development field.
Able to analyse and interpret multi stranded information, drawing conclusions and themes
You must have demonstrable knowledge of people policies, processes and best practice specifically relating to learning, development, and training.
You will have experience in government apprenticeship levy’s and graduate.
A sound knowledge of training compliance including mandatory training obligations is also essential for this role.
It is essential that you have the ability to build effective relationships and apply influencing skills with the ability to collaborate cross functionally and have experience of working with a diverse range of stakeholders.
In support and recognition of their colleagues who will help them to deliver their employer strategy, they offer a fantastic benefits package. This includes; annual holiday entitlement (plus statutory bank holidays); a defined contribution pension scheme; trust based flexible working and a Confidential Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).
All individuals who apply to work there are considered on their merits in line with their Diversity and Inclusion strategy and policy.
Our client is a Disability Confident Employer therefore they actively encourage applications from individuals with disabilities and try to provide access, adjustments, equipment or other practical support where required. All applicants with a disability who meet the ‘essential eligibility criteria’ for the role, as detailed in the job description, are guaranteed an interview.
If you need any assistance, adjustments or adaptations throughout their selection processes please let them know.
Closing Date – 15 December 2020
Interview Date - TBC