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Training and Development Facilitator

DS Smith
Manchester, England
£25000 - £30000 per annum
Closing date
15 Oct 2021
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About the role

TMS Global (a wholly owned subsidiary of DS Smith PLC, a FTSE100 listed multi-national packaging and display manufacturing business) are currently looking for an L&D Facilitator to join our team. TMS Global specialise in the outsourcing of retail display, print and packaging and are active in 97 markets globally.

Over the past 5 years we have seen continuous growth globally and training and development is at the core of our people's development, so we are looking to grow our Training team though this opportunity for a Training and Development Facilitator to join us. In this role you will be reporting into our Training Manager who looks after all training globally and you will be supporting them across a variety of training projects.

Due to the global nature of our business, some flexibility around hours is required as some mornings you may be delivering training in Australia or India and sometimes in the evenings you might be delivering it to our LATAM and Northern American based colleagues! The varied nature of this role means you will also get to meet a lot of our wonderful family so it's a great role to allow you to get to know lots of your colleagues around the world.

About you

This is a great opportunity for someone with previous online delivery experience to join us as we have over 250 people spread out Globally which means a large portion of the training is done remotely rather than face to face. We also have a bespoke internal procurement system which you will be delivering training on around 50-60% of your time so whilst we don't someone with that specific system experience, if you have had previous systems training experience then this would be great experience to have for this role.

If you have experience with the online delivery and systems training, then that is the main consideration for this role. Should you have any eLearning design experience that would be great, but it is not essential as we would love to develop and train you on this if you don't have it and want to gain experience of it.

- 25 days' holiday plus bank holidays
- Pension and share scheme
- Life assurance and income protection
- Employee assistance programme
- Cycle to work scheme


About us

DS Smith is a leading provider of sustainable fibre-based packaging worldwide, which is supported by recycling and papermaking operations. We play a central role in the value chain across sectors including e-commerce, fast moving consumer goods and industrials. 

Through our purpose of ‘Redefining Packaging for a Changing World’ and our Now and Next sustainability strategy, we are committed to leading the transition to the circular economy, while delivering more circular solutions for our customers and wider society – replacing problem plastics, taking carbon out of supply chains and providing innovative recycling solutions. Our bespoke box-to-box in 14 days model, design capabilities and innovation strategy sits at the heart of this response. 

Headquartered in London and a member of the FTSE 100, DS Smith operates in 34 countries employing around 30,000 people and we are a Strategic Partner of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Our history can be traced back to the box-making businesses started in the 1940s by the Smith family.

Our people

At DS Smith we have a concept of Growing Together which describes the way we approach people development. Growing Together is a two-way commitment between employees and the business. It is a way of working, a mind-set and a commitment.

One of our strategic goals is to realise the potential of our people. This is only possible if we provide developmental opportunities to our people that allow them to grow, contribute more effectively and enjoy the rewards of a successful career.

People development is more than just changing jobs. It is about growing through experiences in both familiar and unfamiliar situations within a supportive environment.




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