Learning and Development Manager

London - ££65,000 per year - Permanent

Ref: MXPE26_1575310105 - Closing Date: Dec 16, 2019

  • Permanent
  • Dec 16, 2019
  • Salary: £65,000.00 per year

Learning and Development Manager

Central London – £65,000 – £80,000

We are looking for a Learning and Development Manager to provide expertise and knowledge in a pivotal stand alone position at a Technology organisation, based in Central London. This is a great opportunity for an experienced L&D professional to build and lead the function to support global training & development at the organisation.

You will be responsible for:

  • Lead the L&D function and be the first point of contact for all L&D related matters.
  • Work closely with stakeholders to identify relevant learning processes and solutions.
  • Build strong relationships with sponsors and external providers – cost management.
  • End-to-end learning process – design, deliver and analyse training.
  • Develop, deliver and update effective on boarding programmes.
  • Managing the Global Budget for L&D.
  • Ensure compliance by developing the Learning Management process, tools, templates, policies and guidelines.

We are looking for the following experience:

  • Previous experience as an L&D Manager in a Matrix Environment.
  • Experience in designing and delivering training, and knowledge of different training methodologies.
  • Experience working in a Tech environment (Desirable) – eLearning & online platforms
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

What the company can offer?

  • An innovative, forward thinking environment with opportunity to make a positive impact.
  • Salary of up to £80k.

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