Vacancy details

Learning and Development Assistant – 28K pro rata – 4 days a week

Salary range: £26k - £30k Categories: Administration, Miscellaneous Employment term: Permanent Location: Bristol Vacancy Status: Vacancy Filled Posted on: November 2nd, 2017 Applications are now closed for this vacancy

Our wonderful client, a leading law firm in Bristol, is looking for a Learning and Development Assistant to join their team of assistants who organise and take responsibility for all the administrative aspects of the L&D department and to contribute to the project work of the wider department.

This role is on a part-time basis, 28 hours and 4 days a week which must include Tuesday.

What will you be doing?

  • All scheduling for learning programmes including booking meeting rooms, managing guest lists, liasing with speakers, producing materials, booking catering, setting up technical equipment and managing post-course evaluation
  • Management of learning programmes across the company, ensuring all learning elements work smoothly together and provide a good user experience. Where required, this will also involve accurate data recording to test return on investment
  • Assisting department managers with admin tasks relating to off-site training programmes such as booking venues and may involve some off-site attendance
  • Organising and managing one on one coaching
  • Managing day to day expenses and budgeting
  • Diary management for the L&D team
  • Document and slideshow preparation for training programmes
  • Managing meetings and producing minute
  • Occasionally testing new technology to learn the system and allow for a smooth launch
  • Using different software for metrics and measurement of learning programmes

You must have:

  • Very strong administrative and organisational skills
  • The ability to work under pressure, multi-task and deal with a large number of projects at the same time
  • The ability to be professional and deal with internal and external clients at all levels
  • Excellent knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite
  • A talent for planning, organising and managing complex events
  • A passion for offering an excellent service

To be considered for this role you must have at least 2 years previous experience in a busy administrative role and previous experience of working in a learning and development or training department. We are also keen to hear from anyone with very strong HR administration backgrounds.

If you’d like a wonderful new role, 4 days a week and have the background to succeed in this role please get in touch!



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