This is an exciting opportunity to work with the L&OD management team to drive forward some key projects and take a lead in a number of important work areas. The Learning side of L&OD are responsible for supporting the Trusts Learning agenda and lead on the Learning Management Systems (and training), Central Mandatory Training programmes, Mandatory Training, Apprenticeships, Wider Workforce development, Induction, Staff training and development and managing local, regional and national partnership programmes and relationships.
The Training and Development Manager will provide a strong steer and compassionate leadership to the 3 sub teams whilst work closely with both the Organisational Development Manager and Assistant Director. The post holder will be leading on a number of projects in areas of work that are important to L&OD, its clients, customers and suppliers. Specific projects and work areas will be agreed with the successful post holder and will reflect the range and complexity of the scope of Learning teams work.
The successful applicant will have a relevant professional background supported by appropriate training/education degree and management qualifications at level 5 or equivalent. They will be experienced in facilitating and writing training and apprenticeships - having a clear understanding of the current levy funding. The applicant will have a successful record of managing and evaluating projects and / or initiatives to improve the learning culture of large organisations, have experience in leading NHS Core Skill Framework Mandatory Training and developing learning management systems. Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills are essential as is an ability to have proven budget and risk management skills. The post holder will need to be able to adapt to changing pace and priorities for work delivery and work flexibly.
Although this is advertised as a permanent post, we will also consider a 12 month secondment for the successful applicant
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Informal enquiries; please contact Julie McCarthy(T&D Manager) Tel 76852 or email Julie.email@example.com