Learning and Development Officer (Part Time)
Job Title: Learning & Development Officer (Part Time) Service: Human Resources Ref: L&D-1117 Salary: Grade C £26,136 – £27,654 per […]
Job Title: Learning & Development Officer (Part Time)
Service: Human Resources
Salary: Grade C £26,136 – £27,654 per annum (pro-rata) inc ILW + non-contributory pension
Hours per week: Minimum of 28 per week
Location: Employment Academy
Number of posts: 1
Contract Type: Permanent
Interview Date: TBC
You will be joining a small HR team, supporting the Head of HR in providing a learning and staff development service to staff and managers. You will be responsible for advising and supporting managers in L&D matters for their teams; maintaining and reviewing the programme of learning and development activities; overseeing and maintaining the range of management/leadership development activities; the mentoring scheme; Traineeship programme; organising the organisational induction day; conducting regular team and the annual organisation learning needs analysis; and maintaining the e-learning system.
At Thames Reach we are driven and committed to helping homeless and vulnerable people to live in decent homes, build supportive relationships and lead fulfilling lives. Our vision is to end street homelessness and our aim is to achieve the highest standards and effectiveness in service delivery to vulnerable people.
You will have shared supervisory responsibility of the HR team administrator, HR volunteers and interns. You will also be working closely with other members of the HR team and contributing towards the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the team.
You will have strong administrative and organisational skills and ideally, have experience of working in an L&D environment. You will be willing to attain or already be studying towards the relevant CIPD learning and development or an equivalent qualification. You should have an understanding of the L&D cycle from identifying L&D needs to evaluating outcomes; an ability to demonstrate ways of encouraging creative approaches to learning and staff development; excellent written and verbal communication skills; practical experience of using IT packages including databases; strong interpersonal skills; and be able to demonstrate a commitment and enthusiasm to delivering high quality service.
We offer a competitive remuneration package including:
29 days’ annual leave
6.5% non-contributory pension
Support towards Professional fees relevant to role
Interest free season ticket loan
Childcare voucher scheme
Employee Assistance Programme
Group Life Assurance
Group critical illness cover
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