Learning and Development Specialist

Employer
Office for Students
Location
Bristol
Salary
£39,792 - £41,829
Closing date
29 Jan 2023

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Learning and Development Specialist

Salary: £39,792 - £41,829 plus, generous civil service defined benefit pension

Location: Bristol

Contract: Fixed term for 18 months

We are the independent regulator of higher education in England. We aim to ensure that every student, whatever their background, has a fulfilling experience of higher education that enriches their lives and careers.

With ‘Learning’ being one of our core values this is an exciting time to be joining our organisation as we further develop our learning and development offerings. You’ll thrive by being part of a collaborative and friendly team who are passionate about and committed to developing our people’s capabilities.

Providing you with the opportunity to make a significant contribution to supporting the achievement of our organisational goals, you will be building and maintaining relationships with roles across the organisation, managing specialist suppliers, project managing a portfolio of learning initiatives and designing blended learning solutions. Using your understanding of outcome-based learning you will enable our people to participate in and experience high quality learning opportunities which will equip them with the right knowledge and skills to apply in their roles.

With opportunities to develop your own professional capabilities as a Learning Specialist we are keen to hear from skilled, committed people who care about students and their experience of higher education. Join us and you’ll be part of an energetic, forward-looking organisation with high ambitions and big opportunities for our people.

We recruit based on fair and open competition and welcome applications from candidates regardless of age, disability, race and ethnicity, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation and socio-economic background.

Flexibility is important to the OfS, as we recognise that flexibility can enable people to work more effectively. A set of organisation-wide principles shape our approach to flexible and hybrid working, which our teams then use as guidance on how they deliver their business goals. To attract the widest possible field of qualified applicants, flexible working, for example job share and part-time working, apply to this role.

Closing date for applications: 29 January 2023.

Interviews: From 13 February 2023.

 

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