You might be looking for the next break in your L&D career or you might be looking for a change of scenery; to move to a growing professional services business or simply to move to a business that is more aligned to your values. In any of these cases, we might have you covered with this role.
L&D Facilitator / Trainer
Our client has grown by 50% in the last 3 years and, as a result, their HR function has grown too. The newest recruit they are looking to bring to the team is an L&D Trainer as they look to expand their training offering. Reporting to the L&D Manager, you will take a hands-on role in designing and delivering training across the business. The current portfolio of training covers induction, soft skills, systems and management training - you will take on the induction, soft skills and systems aspects of the portfolio with a view to getting involved in some of the bigger programmes further down the line.
While there is an existing framework for most training, you will refine, or even redesign, to meet the evolving needs of the business. In light of the recent pandemic, it is expected that you will deliver training face to face and remotely via video - the former could be at HO in Leicestershire, or at any number of the largest offices in the UK (predominantly around the M1 corridor). While the core training will be mostly group workshops, there will be times where you will coach on a 1 to 1 basis, particularly to support those going through professional training.
Interested in the role?
You'll need to have solid training delivery experience in the inductions, systems or soft skills space and it would be handy if you'd had some involvement in the design of training too. We're not looking for a highly experienced management and leadership trainer as we're hoping that whoever comes into the role will have some room to grow and develop with the business, but we are looking for a trainer who has a genuine passion for delivery and is comfortable delivering in a face to face or online environment.
You'll likely be in the office a couple of days a week with the team and there will be occasional travel to other offices to deliver training (don't worry, there's not likely to be any long drives to Scotland or Cornwall but if you do need to go further than suitable for a day trip you will have the option of an overnight stay).
On top of the salary and generous mileage allowance for when you're on the road, you'll be eligible for the discretionary team bonus (pays twice a year), 27 days annual leave (plus bank) and the usual trimmings such as pension and discount portal. AND, you'll be working with a great team, reporting through to an HRD who is passionate about creating a great place to work.