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L&D Partner

Hays Human Resources
Birmingham, England
Closing date
15 Jun 2022
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Inspire & make a difference

Due to continued growth and success the Hays UK&I business have an exciting opportunity for a Learning and Development Partner to join our industry leading national L&D Team.

At Hays people are at the heart of everything we do, with our employees playing a critical part in the success of our business, and that's why the development of our people continues to remain a top priority.

Our L&D offering challenges and inspires our people to reach their full potential through innovative, engaging and blended learning tools and resources. We are proud to continue to develop a world class in person, digital and virtual learning suite, to provide accelerated L&D that is agile and responsive to changing markets and business needs. To help us further evolve and successfully deliver this offering we have a brand-new opportunity available for someone who demonstrates a real passion for developing others.

Your new role

In this role you will be empowering our people daily through inspirational training delivery. You will be developing skills and expertise, influencing mindset and building motivation and resilience to achieve success. You will play an integral role in cultivating the learning culture at Hays and enhancing the learning experience.

You will be involved in various projects that includes elements of project and change management and require engagement with key stakeholders across the business, giving you an opportunity to influence change and make a real impact.

The key objective is to propel our business success through continuous delivery and creation of unparalleled learning and development. This role will involve a combination of home and office-based working, but you must be able to travel to either Birmingham, London or Bristol, where our training hubs are based.

Your new role will involve, but not be limited to:

    Delivery of classroom and virtual training, on both technical and people skill elements, in accordance with existing L&D content and guidanceProviding constructive insight and feedback on our people to leadership to help sustain learning objectivesSupporting the ongoing enhancement and evolution of our learning and development suiteSupport organisational change and business objectives through ensuring learning content is current and reflects current business needs through engaging with key stakeholdersCoordinate and ensure timely delivery of learning projectsKeeping up to date and consulting on the latest L&D trends that could be utilised within Hays

What you'll need to succeed:

    A proven track record in a learning and development roleIdeally, you will have experience of working in recruitment or sales environmentsAn effective communicator who is influential and persuasiveA creative thinker who is open to change and innovationYou'll be a collaborative worker who is promoter of teamworkThe ability to build effective stakeholder relationshipsGood organisational skills and attention to detail

What you'll get in return:

You will be working for highly successful and inclusive global organisation who believes in doing the right thing, both for our customers and our people. You will be offered a competitive salary and benefits package and have access to our flexible hybrid working patterns.

You will be part of an industry leading L&D team that is high performing, friendly and proud to have a culture that's collaborative and extremely supportive. You will be offered comprehensive onboarding and training, plus continued professional development opportunities to help you achieve your full potential.

At Hays, we share a passion for creating a culture where there are opportunities for our people to flourish and succeed, whatever your background. We know that diversity of perspective and an inclusive approach, which encourages those experiences and views to be heard, is great for business and therefore your career with us.

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