Senior Learning & Development Manager

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£80000 - £90000 per annum + benefits
Posted
12 Oct 2017
Closes
09 Nov 2017
Ref
JB - LDMAN
Contact
Jo Benelisha
Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This exciting and innovate firm located in the City are looking to hire a a Senior Learning & Development professional who will promote the active management and development of the L&D function, whilst developing and building the skills of the team for the future.

Working closely with the London based HR team you will support and manage the L&D team across the UK and Internationally. Your remit will include:

  • Coaching provision to senior members of the firm.
  • Working with fee earners and senior support staff to implement L&D programmes.
  • Working with senior teams to define their learning needs and provide learning programmes to help meet these needs.
  • Manage the input of external suppliers of training and development to meet the firm's needs.

L&D programmes

  • Ensure that development needs are identified at firm and practice group/office level and devise solutions to meet these needs.
  • Take a lead role in developing, presenting, creating and managing L&D programmes.
  • Seek out appropriate assistance from external suppliers or internal presenters/course designers and manage those relationships to design and deliver sessions.

Budgeting

  • Contribute to the planning and monitoring of the L&D budget, and maximise cost-efficiencies with suppliers.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

  • Monitor compliance of the training requirements

For more information and a job description, please contact me.

Thanks, Jo

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