Head of Learning & Development

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A well-established business is looking for an accomplished Head of Learning & Development to provide strategic direction on talent, learning, career, and leadership development. The organisation embraces flexible and hybrid working so you will be able to work from home 2 days per week.

In order to be suitable for this role of significant responsibility you must be a driven and ambitious Head of L&D with demonstrable experience of delivering career enhancing training programmes in a regulated environment. You will have proven experience of leading a sizeable training team and of successfully delivering largescale training programmes.

Reporting directly to the CEO, you will oversee the business plan, budget and workforce plans of the training team and will provide detailed analytical reports on the effectiveness and ROI of training programmes. You will build upon existing L&D processes and policies to ensure the smooth and efficient running of structured training courses and will create a talent development and engagement strategy that attracts and retains an outstanding team.

Your track record will combine operational excellence with obvious expertise in devising and implementing a learning and development roadmap that delivers the strategic objectives of the organisation. You will ensure that first class training is provided and monitor the effectiveness and impact to continuously improve service provision and value add. You will ensure colleague engagement with continuous professional development and education by providing interesting and career enhancing courses that create career pathways accessible to all. You will ensure that talent management and development programmes are fully embedded at all levels within the business enabling all colleagues to achieve their full potential. 

The business is committed to building a diverse team that is representative of all sections of society. They recognise that by encouraging innovative and creative ways of thinking and fostering an inclusive culture they will collaborate more effectively and achieve better outcomes. As the Head of Learning & Development you will play a pivotal role in building a welcoming culture that encourages diversity, personal development and lifelong learning.  

This is an exceptional opportunity for a Head of Learning & Development, who exemplifies the values of collaboration, inclusion and excellence, to make a significant contribution to the growth and development of a successful business that makes a profound social impact.

Salary:
£65,000
Type:
Permanent
Location:
Cheshire
Sector:
HR
Ref:
21902
Contact Name:
Denis O'Sullivan

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