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Learning & Development Advisor

Hays Human Resources
Watford, England
£35000 - £38000 per annum + plus benefits
Closing date
18 Aug 2021
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Learning & Development Advisor - Watford - £Negotiable

Our client is a commercial organisation that is looking for a Learning & Development Advisor to join them on a permanent basis. Reporting into the Head of HR and working alongside a colleague within L&D you will support the business' strategic plans for growth by leading on the development and implementation of progressive learning and development strategies.

- Develop appropriate organisational learning strategies
- Design and lead the delivery of learning solutions
- Design and implement frameworks
- Conduct regular training needs analysis
- Plan training budgets
- Continuously improve and implement an excellent new starter experience
- Ad-hoc Projects

You will need the following experience:-

- Proven experience in a training role with a commercial mind-set
- Ability to engage, influence and deliver presentations to large groups
- Ability to articulate the impact of L&D initiatives
- Ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders, line managers and employees
- Strong IT skills

In return they offer a very good benefits package.

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