(JW7) Learning and Development Manager
Stafford | £46,564.00 Per Annum (Grade 12)
Learning and Development Manager - Permanent Opportunity
‘Great places to work’ is a phrase used a lot in recruitment. But what makes a great place to work?
Is it the organisation’s commitment to develop staff to be their very best ?
Or is it the learning culture of an organisation empowering people to progress?
Both, don’t you think?
At Staffordshire County Council, learning and development is valued as the key to delivering successful services for the citizens of Staffordshire. They are committed to making the Council a great place to work and need someone like you to help them . In March 2019, the Council launched their new People Strategy which focuses on attracting, retaining and skilling their people to be the very best they can be.
This role is crucial to the delivery of this strategy and therefore you will
have gained your experience working in a large, complex organisation and will relish the opportunity of making your mark by owning the Learning and Development service of the Council. You will come with fresh ideas and a passion for working with the business to deliver a comprehensive and effect learning culture.
The Council are embracing digital learning, and the use of digital platforms to support the learning strategy. As such, you’ll need to bring your knowledge of digital learning platforms to create an effective user experience and deliver successful training outcomes.
For new employees, you’ll know that Learning and Development should be accessible from day one. So, you’ll need to review the current induction and onboarding processes to make sure that new employees have a clear development plan in place.
Developing the leadership and management of the Council is critical to the success of the council and the services provided to the citizens of Staffordshire. Working closely with the senior team you will provide an ambitious learning strategy that enables them to embrace development opportunities relevant to their roles.
You will not necessarily deliver learning interventions in this role, but lead the development and commissioning of exciting learning programmes that deliver to the learning demands across the whole council.
There is a high degree of autonomy to this role, and the Council’s expectation is for you to use your experience of Learning and Development to make an impact from the start.
So, if you’d like to play a major part in making Staffordshire County Council a great place to work, contact Jane Weekes om 07946 253453.