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Learning Manager (12 month contract)

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  • Job
    Full-time
    Senior Level
  • People, HR & Administration
  • Oxford, +2

Requirements

  • Work closely with the People Partners (HRBPs) and key stakeholders to identify and define talent gaps and learning needs
  • Advise on existing development opportunities that could address identified learning needs. Forward plan courses to ensure that we are meeting the required demand
  • Design and develop high quality, engaging training materials which address any newly identified learning needs, leveraging external vendors where appropriate
  • Evaluate and measure the effectiveness of learning solutions to ensure they are meeting business needs and supporting the development of our people
  • Manage the delivery of programmes to timeframes and budgets
  • Where appropriate, facilitate training sessions and workshops – to include new joiner inductions but with potential to expand over time
  • Use your knowledge and expertise to enhance our Talent Development strategy by leveraging your experience and keeping up-to-date with relevant trends
  • Seek opportunities to continuously improve talent development processes and programmes
  • Be an advocate for talent development – promote and raise awareness of varied ways to develop skills including through on-the-job experiences and exposure as well as formal education (70/20/10 model)
  • Provide support and guidance to Talent Development coordinators
  • Experience and Skills Required:
  • We want you to be passionate about creating and implementing innovative training and development programmes that enhance the skills and knowledge of our people and, be committed to helping us grow an inclusive culture, where everyone can thrive and perform at their best.
  • Previous experience in designing and delivering learning and development solutions
  • Confident at facilitating training and workshops – initially new joiner inductions but with potential to expand over time
  • Strong project management skills – ability to organise time effectively and deliver to key milestones
  • A tangible understanding of the latest trends in the talent development space
  • Creative flair, and an aptitude for designing engaging talent solutions
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills - able to work effectively across diverse business disciplines, cultures, and levels of leadership
  • Ability to influence key stakeholders and gain buy-in to talent development solutions
  • Perseverance and resilience - you can roll your sleeves up and are committed to successful delivery
  • A real team player – able to work collaboratively with others and support colleagues
  • Ability to work semi-autonomously whilst knowing when to reach out for support and guidance
  • Comfortable with ambiguity and helping to shape priorities

Responsibilities

  • We are open to applicants wishing to work on a full time or part time basis, on a fixed term basis for 12 months.
  • Reporting into the Head of Talent Development, you’ll be responsible for scoping, designing and implementing effective learning solutions to educate and support the development needs of our people in collaboration with key stakeholders and colleagues across the People team.
  • You will need to be hands-on, able to take ownership and work collaboratively to deliver, as well as being comfortable working with uncertainty and ambiguity. You will seek opportunities to continuously improve development solutions and be proactive in recommending ways to enhance what we do, helping to make Ridge an employer of choice.
  • As we continue to grow and innovate, you will need to be hands-on, able to take ownership and work collaboratively to deliver, as well as being comfortable working with uncertainty and ambiguity.
  • We are a small, friendly team, spread across our Oxford, London, Birmingham and Cambridge offices. Ideally, you’ll be based from our Oxford office, but we are also open to candidates who are based in London or Birmingham and/or flexible to work across different office locations.

FAQs

What is the duration of the contract for this Learning Manager role?

The duration of the contract for the Learning Manager role is 12 months, on a fixed-term basis.

Where is the ideal location for the Learning Manager to be based?

Ideally, the Learning Manager would be based in the Oxford office, but candidates based in London or Birmingham and flexible to work across different office locations are also welcome.

What are the key responsibilities of the Learning Manager in this role?

The Learning Manager will be responsible for scoping, designing, and implementing effective learning solutions to educate and support the development needs of the company's employees in collaboration with key stakeholders and colleagues across the People team.

What experience and skills are required for the Learning Manager role?

The ideal candidate for the Learning Manager role should have experience in designing and delivering learning and development solutions, possess strong project management skills, have a good understanding of the latest trends in talent development, and excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

How can the Learning Manager contribute to enhancing the skills and knowledge of the company's employees?

The Learning Manager can contribute by designing and delivering innovative training and development programs, facilitating training sessions and workshops, and continuously improving talent development processes and programs to ensure the growth and development of the company's employees.

Multidiscipline Property and Construction Consultants

Real Estate
Industry
501-1000
Employees
1946
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

We are a multidiscipline Property and Construction Consultancy. We help our clients create better, more sustainable places for people to live, learn and work. We offer a partner-led approach with our 850+ people working worldwide from 12 UK locations.