Your new company
Hays is pleased to be working in partnership with a leading financial services organisation to appoint a Learning and Development Administrator to join their team.
Your new role
As an L&D Administrator, you will support the L&D Manager and wider team, with the delivery of the organisation's global learning and development strategy. You will help with identifying learning and development needs, setting-up and administering a wide-range of training activities and overseeing the administration of the Learning Management System.
This role requires excellent organisational skills, with a passion for accuracy and problem resolution.
Your responsibilities will include:
Carry out a range of administrative procedures and processes to ensure the smooth running of the L&D function to include liaison with training providers, booking courses, setting up rooms and presentations, and general administrative support to the L&D team.
Actively manage the administration and maintenance of the Learning Management System (LMS) including the set-up, administration and reporting of training programmes, courses and resources, and the maintenance of accurate user training records.
Manage the administration of our new joiner induction programme, including liaising with HR and Line Managers, and utilising the LMS as applicable.
Assist with keeping course materials up-to-date such as user guides and videos, ensuring that all materials are available on the LMS.
Monitor THE central inbox, take messages, and provide assistance where appropriate.
Contribute to the design and development of business-wide employee communications, to help promote our global learning curriculums and improve employee skills and engagement.
Assist in evaluating and revising learning and development programmes as necessary, in order to adapt to changes occurring in the work environment.
Assist the Learning & Development Manager in the sourcing and management of cost effective, quality training by third party training providers in line with business needs and within budget.
Travel to the Group's offices may be required from time to time.
Any other such duties that might be reasonably required for this role.
What you'll need to succeed
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; both written and verbal.
Ability to effectively prioritise and execute tasks accordingly.
A team player who is highly self-motivated, proactive and has good attention to detail.
Good organisational skills and the ability to work methodically, accurately and independently.
Strong skills in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) with the ability to quickly self-learn new programs.
Prior experience in an administrative role would be beneficial, ideally with a focus on learning and development.
Experience of working with a Cornerstone Learning Management System or any alternate Learning Management Systems would be advantageous.
What you'll get in return
Modern office and free on site parking if you choose to work from the office
25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays
Pension contribution up to 6%
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
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