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Learning & Development & Employee Wellbeing Manager

Morgan Law
Surrey, England
Up to £45000 per annum
Closing date
4 Jan 2024

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Charities, Not For Profit
Contract Type
Full Time
HR Jobs Level
Business partner
Specialist Area
General HR Function
CIPD Membership
CIPD Member

Job Details

SShooting Star Children's Hospices is a leading children's hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families, across west London and Surrey. In fact, the Care Quality Commission have rated our hospice in Guildford Outstanding. It's an exciting time to be joining us, we have a new ambitious mission and strategy launched this year. To help us reach our goal to help more children and families, we have a unique opportunity for an exceptional Learning and Development and Employee Wellbeing Manager with a passion for influencing change, to help deliver a stepchange for the charity.

We are looking for a Learning and Development and Employee Wellbeing Manager who will have solid experience in the L&D environment but that also have wider skills and experience in wellness, culture, employee experience or engagement. This is not a generic off the shelf L&D role and as such we need someone who can build, shape and bring innovative ideas to the table. Someone that is both passionate about these areas but that can bring this passion to life and make it successful.

Responsibilities :

* Build training, development and organisational development goals to ensure employees and managers are equipped with the skills and experiences needed to contribute to organisation success and improve employee engagement

* Assess and identify training and development needs and work with vendors to deliver training and development programs across the organisation

* Implement and manage a progressive management development program that will provide continuous growth for managers from the new to the more experienced

* Collaborate with key internal stakeholders to surface insights and areas of focus to provide talent-driven learning and development solutions that develop capabilities to fill existing skills and performance gaps

* Measure, evaluate and track key training and development programs to understand effectiveness and impact against success metrics to continuously improve outcomes

* Responsible for the employee wellness agenda, developing strategy, implementing governance / process, and evolving an appropriate program to improve employee's wellbeing experience.


Morgan Law has a 17-year track record helping leading organisations in the public and not-for-profit sectors recruit the highest calibre professionals for important roles across business support, middle and senior management levels.

Morgan Law’s market-leading Human Resources recruitment team places talented HR and organisational development professionals in permanent, temporary, interim and contract roles. Most of our consultants have been with Morgan Law for over 10 years, and many are CIPD qualified with practical experience of working in HR. Their highly-detailed knowledge and deep understanding of the market means they understand the skills, competencies and experience required to flourish in any given HR role.

If you’re looking for a permanent, interim or temporary job in human resources in the public and not-for-profit sector, Morgan Law has the expertise to help you find the next role from a wide variety of organisations including charities, NHS trusts and universities and colleges.

Roles we typically recruit include:

  • HR Director
  • HR Business Partner /HR Generalist
  • HR Transformation & Change
  • Organisational Development
  • Learning & Development
  • Recruitment & Resourcing
  • HRIS & Management Information
  • Pay & Reward/Compensation & Benefits

Our knowledge, expertise and consultative approach help us consistently deliver great recruitment experiences. Whether we’re helping you develop your career or find your next project, we’re committed to getting you the best results.

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