Learning & Development Advisor (L&D)

Recruiter
NETWORX
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
Circa £35,000 per annum + benefits
Posted
12 Nov 2017
Closes
17 Nov 2017
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Learning & Development Advisor (L&D)
London (W1G)
Circa £35,000 per annum + benefits

Our client now has a fantastic opportunity for a personable and creative Learning and Development professional to join the team working in the London head office to provide L&D advisory support to the Group and enhance the reputation of the L&D offering.

The role will be responsible for managing the continuous improvement of their existing learning portfolio, proposing and implementing our learning and development initiatives. A confident communicator, you will advise internal stakeholders and recommend options to ensure individual and team requirements are met. With an understanding of adult learning methodologies, you will identify cost-effective solutions for delivering the full training cycle. You will positively influence Managers in the optimal use of development infrastructure, coaching them to make use of personal development plans to ensure that we remain compliant with relevant training legislation. A lateral thinker, you will be able to think on your feet and juggle a variety of projects at any one time.

This role requires an individual with solid experience of the full training cycle from engagement to evaluation, preferably within the regulated professional / financial services sector.

With sound knowledge of the latest learning design, delivery and evaluation techniques, you will be accustomed to designing learning programmes and material for learning. You will also be highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office along with research and analytical skills.

Confident and enthusiastic in your approach, you should be able to build strong working relationships on all levels and demonstrate the ability to work autonomously. Although not essential, it would be beneficial if you have gained experience of e-learning.