The Learning and Development team are a multi-disciplinary team of trainers, coaches, and talent specialists. We form part of the Human Resources Team.
This is a really exciting role that combines the scope to engage with our staff, design bespoke training programmes and lead on our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) offering.
- To lead on our Diversity and Inclusion programmes. Managing and promoting our Diversity calendar and using best practice to support both individuals and groups.
- To lead on the launch of the new employee recognition programme (Staff Awards) and ensure that recognition is seen as a priority for managers.
- To scope, manage and support a variety of projects such as enhancing customer experience, employee engagement programmes, supporting performance exit and retention schemes always working within a blended approach.
- Identifying and delivering a variety of training methodologies, techniques, concepts and learning tools, including e-learning, work-based learning, workshops and/ or blended learning solutions (including materials) to meet team and individual learning and development needs.
- Ensure that appropriate and effective evaluation systems and processes are in place so that the impact of training interventions on the performance of the organisation can be measured in line with budget and presenting proposals for change where more efficient or effective approaches are identified. (ROI)
- Using a supportive / coaching style to collaboratively work with managers and individuals to identify themes across the organisation, prioritising these to contribute to an annual training plan drawing on our values, the organisational strategy, functional business plans and individual requirements. (TNA)
- To actively promote the L&D function and market the L&D offer in order to ensure that managers and colleagues are kept informed of the opportunities available to them.
- To manage supplier relationships and create new partnerships exploiting funding so that we can provide more development for less money.
- To keep abreast of best practice within the care sector and training profession to ensure Jewish Care’s training and development remains relevant and innovative.
- Develop, lead, and manage members of the training team. Provide leadership, strategic direction, motivation, supervision and appraisal so that the team delivers excellence in learning and development for Jewish Care
About us -
Jewish Care is the largest provider of health and social care services for the Jewish community in the UK. Every week, we touch the lives of 10,000 people. We provide services to a range of people including:
- Older people
- People with Mental Health needs
- Holocaust survivors
- People living with Dementia
- People who care for others who have a variety of needs- e.g., mental health, older people, people with disabilities
- People with MS, Parkinsons, strokes and those who are visually impaired
- People who are bereaved and those recently separated
Our five values are at the heart of the way we work. They drive how we act as individuals and as an organisation and shape our culture. We value Excellence, Integrity, Innovation, Compassion, and Inclusivity
Why Jewish Care?
We offer excellent benefits to reward you for your hard work, dedication and commitment. These include:
- Competitive rates of pay which are reviewed annually
- 4% employer pension contribution
- Career development opportunities
- Full access and training on our online learning management system, SkillBox
- 24/7 access to our Employee Assistance Programme phone line
- Free meals
- Wellbeing and staff recognition initiatives
- Free DBS check where the role requires
- Free uniform for our Care Home workers
Please note all applicants must already hold the legal right to work in the UK
Our policy on COVID-19
Jewish Care work with and support a vulnerable customer and client base, as such we request that any new joiners are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. We will be unable to progress your application unless you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a documented medical exemption preventing you from being vaccinated.