Ashley Kate are delighted to be supporting a growing accountancy company as they look to recruit for a full - time, permanent Learning & Development Advisor, based in London.
The salary for this role is up to £45k, with a flexible hybrid working pattern.
The Learning & Development Advisor will work within the busy People team, primarily focused on designing and delivering learning and development opportunities to those in recently qualified client-facing roles and those in business operations and secretarial roles.
The Learning & Development Advisor will help to execute the over-arching learning and development strategy and will focus on all elements of the learning cycle for their relevant populations.
Learning & Development Advisor - About the role
·Review Personal Development Plans to identify L&D needs (technical and non-technical)
·Review evaluations from existing L&D interventions and assess how this information might impact existing and future L&D offerings
·Build Firm knowledge and create a network to understand individual and team dynamics which might impact on existing or future L&D offerings
·Combine LNA information and specialist knowledge to create relevant L&D interventions e.g. in-person workshops, written guidelines, knowledge shares, webinars, mentoring schemes etc.
·Work with external training providers to design and deliver inclusion-based learning interventions
·Deliver and co-deliver in-person and virtual workshops
·Distribute, collect and monitor action plans completed at the end of in-person L&D interventions
·Collate feedback following each in-person L&D intervention and distribute to facilitators; suggesting and monitoring areas for improvement
·Review the existing evaluation procedure and advise on changes that will help to capture the most useful information for return on investment
Learning & Development Advisor - About you
·Ideally has previous experience within Professional Services
·The ability to progress multiple tasks simultaneously
·Proactive mindset and is confident working autonomously
·Professional and confident with a can-do attitude and the ability to forge strong professional relationships
·IT literate with a good working knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint
·A confident communicator, able to deal comfortably and credibly with individuals at all levels
·Educated to A level or equivalent
·Ideally a member of the CIPD with a level 5 (or equivalent) qualification
·Proven Learning & Development experience
This is a brilliant opportunity to join a well-established team as they look to grow. Interested? Get in touch with Darren Keeling on 0203 800 1500