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Job Title: Digital Learning and Development Manager
Salary: £44,340 (plus £4,438 London weighting if based in Canary Wharf or Croydon)
Location: Any IOPC office
Duration: FTC until June 2023
As a Digital Learning and Development Manager, you will be welcomed into a dynamic and inclusive People team working to develop and lead the digital learning and development strategy for the organisation. The IOPC is on a journey to develop its culture, perspectives and ethos to support the organisations core outcomes and this is your opportunity to enter into the varied world of IOPC Learning and Development (L&D), allowing you to develop your mindset and approaches to contribute to improving the police complaints system in England and Wales.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is committed to having an efficient and effective workforce and the L&D team is instrumental in realising that goal. The L&D team is ambitious and innovative; it strives to build a culture of learning and to empower people to drive their own development. A key deliverable of the IOPC Learning and Talent Development Strategy is the use of a learning management system and other digital collaboration tools (such as MS Teams) to deliver high-quality, bespoke, relevant and timely learning experiences. The Digital L&D Manager will contribute to building the culture of learning by leading the development, implementation and ongoing review of the digital learning strategy. The Digital L&D Manager is a key role in the L&D team and part of the People Directorate. Reporting to the Head of L&D, the post holder will need to be comfortable with matrix working and will work with colleagues across the organisation.
What you will need
- Experience of developing and implementing digital learning strategies and managing and delivering high level digital learning projects
- A proven track record in managing the complete digital learning cycle, designing, developing, implementing and evaluating digital learning content in a professional skills environment
- Experience of live, virtual and blended design and delivery, enabling interactive and experiential learning experiences
- Deep knowledge of technical languages and tools involved in delivering high quality digital products.
- Excellent digital learning industry knowledge with access to networks
- Confident communication and engagement skills at all levels and in varied contexts.
- Have experience of writing high quality and complex business papers and proposals which propose strategic business benefits.
- Have experience of managing and/or developing effective collaborations with internal and external stakeholders.
- Experience of leading high performing teams and supporting individual, professional and organisational development.
- Proven commitment to personal and professional growth through Continuous Professional Development.
- Professional experience of delivering digital learning strategies in the public sector, or legislative context.
- Experience of developing high quality digital learning products using multiple techniques learning platforms and software.
- Relevant qualification in digital learning, instructional design or demonstrable equitable experience.
- Experience of working in a matrix management environment
- Experience of working with Learning Management Systems and/or Experience Platforms (LMS, LXP) and various learning technology platforms.
What we offer
- 27.5 days paid annual leave (increasing with service to 32.5 days)
- options to carry over, buy or sell annual leave
- Civil Service pension
- PAM employee assistance programme
- Access to Civil Service Sports Council (CSSC) membership
- staff networks focussed on each of the protected characteristics – run for staff, by staff
- flexible working options
About the IOPC
As a totally independent body, not part of the police or government, we oversee the police complaints system in England and Wales. As well as setting the standards the police should apply when handling complaints, we investigate and make decisions on some of the UK’s most sensitive cases, including where police action may have led to death or serious injury.
We'll assess you against these Level 3 behaviours during the entire selection process:
- Changing and Improving
- Communicating and Influencing
- Seeing the Big Picture
- Making Effective Decisions
This vacancy is using Success Profiles, to find out more, please click here. Throughout the recruitment process we will assess your technical experience, strengths and values. As part of the application process you will be asked to complete four sift stage questions based on the essential criteria.
This advert may close early due to high applications.