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Workforce Development Business Partner

Doncaster Children's Services Trust
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
£38,884 - £44,713 depending on experience
Closing date
15 Aug 2021
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We are seeking a learning and development professional with demonstrable experience in the management and delivery of development frameworks, qualifications centre management and training delivery (management and technical).

Applicants will need to have a proven track record in formal assessment, quality assurance and quality systems, in addition to experience in the development and delivery of a range of training frameworks and products. Alternatively we will consider a professional social worker who has a background in supporting the development of social workers and has knowledge of the development opportunities open to social work practice.

The role will be home based initially with the likely requirement of part week in the office as and when we are able to return to wider office based working.

The overall purpose of the role is to manage a small team to run an internal qualifications centre, undertaking the role of Centre Manager, to deliver appropriate induction and other training around assessment, internal quality assurance and standardisation and to deliver fit for purpose training and development frameworks within the organisation in a range of areas.

The post holder will be required to deliver, or manage delivery, of a range of face to face or remote training to a variety of staff groups in line with organisational requirements and will be responsible for the implementation of apprenticeship policy and strategy including management and monitoring of apprenticeship levy funding.

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust offers the opportunity to join a friendly and adaptive workforce. Employees have the opportunity to join the Local Government Pension Scheme (which includes employer contributions), have access to a range of in house and app based personal and financial support via our Health and Wellbeing initiatives and Occupational Health department, and offers personal and professional learning and development support and a range of organisational benefits & discounts.

If you are interested in finding out more about the role please contact Lorraine Eastham Head of OD&HR via email

To apply please read the attached Job description & Person Specification and forward your CV to by:

Closing Date: Sunday 15th August 2021 (midnight)

Interview Date: Monday 6th September 2021

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