Training Administrator

Owen Reed
10 May 2017
09 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Training Administrator

Owen Reed are recruiting for a Training Administrator role working for a law firm based in Moorgate.  The Training Administrator will assist the London Head of Training with all aspects of the training function for the London office.

The role of Training Administration will involve:
• Scheduling all London training.
• Providing training support for the London training and assisting with production of documents.
• Assisting, as required, with the scheduling and training support for the firm's European training seminars.
• Co-ordinating other offices' participation in London training via conferencing facilities.
• Ensuring training events are recorded and uploading the recordings to the relevant databases as audio files.
• Keeping training schedules, the training records, the training database and intranet up-to-date and uploading relevant data.
• Keeping the training pages of the London KM and Training wiki up-to-date
• Maintaining all London training records and monitoring records to ensure individuals are on track to meet requirements.
• Coordinating and booking trainee attendance on classes.
• Booking external training conferences, maintaining the records and monitoring attendance.
• Assisting with the induction of new associates on the training function.
• General training administrative duties — including processing invoices.

Skills and Experience
The training administrator will need:
• To have an excellent eye for detail and be meticulous in maintaining the training records. To be very well organised, able to prioritise workloads to meet conflicting deadlines and be able to assimilate information from multiple resources.
• To be comfortable using technology and to learn quickly how to use new databases and online systems.
• To have excellent written and oral communication skills, be able to work well with lawyers and other staff at all levels and to be a good team player.
• To be flexible and to adapt to change as new systems, workflows and tasks are introduced.

For more information please contact Jane Alexander