Learning and Development Coordinator

London - ££40,000 - £42,000 per year -

Ref: WK6512 - Closing Date: Jun 13, 2022

  • Jun 13, 2022
  • Salary: £40,000.00 - ££42,000.00 per year

Learning and Development Coordinator 

 

Central London – £40,000-£42,000 – Permanent 

 

Learning and Development Coordinator – Retail Industry

Role : Permanent, London (Hybrid Working Model, 3 days in Office)

Salary : Up to £42,000 

 

Role Responsibilities : 

 

Predominantly responsible for managing schedules, venues and budgets for events. Primarily working closely with participants and external providers for programmes and events run by the Executive Development Manager and Group Head of People & Performance Projects. Supporting the further delivery of the Finance and People and Performance talent agenda across the business.

 

Key Responsibilities :

 

  • Maintaining a strong positive relationship with the EA network across the company
  • Oversee the coordination and execution of the mentoring programme, whilst providing input and innovative support for the creation of the company mentoring pilot platform.
  • Act as the first point of contact for all programme participants
  • Follow budgets comprehensively and provide up to date reports.

 

Experience Required : 

 

  • Prior experience in running large scale events globally, both virtual and in person
  • Experience in working discreetly with confidential and sensitive information and data
  • Previous background in managing multiple simultaneous, complex workstreams. Ideally, including logistics associated with projects and programmes. 
  • Experience in managing complicated programme budgets

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