Learning Officer

Job details

General information

Reference

003877  

Publication end date

07/12/2022

Close Date

07/12/2022

Vacancy details


Applicants must provide evidence of their right to work in the UK as BPP is unable to provide visa sponsorship

Job Profile

Human Resources - Talent & Learning

Title

Learning Officer

Contract Type

Permanent

Job Purpose

To provide strong administrative support to the Talent and Learning (T&L) team across the entire learning and development lifecycle

The focus of this role is to provide strong administrative support to the Talent and Learning (T&L) team to enable the team to achieve its strategic objectives and deliver effective learning solutions for the business.


What you’ll be doing

·       Supporting the day-to-day administration of team activity
·       Management of T&L elements of the employee onboarding process, utilising our Learning Management System (LMS) and ensuring a positive new starter experience
·       Acting as a first point of contact for general T&L queries through daily monitoring and maintenance of the T&L inbox
·       Monitoring and tracking of the T&L budget, managing and processing of invoices in a timely manner, liaising with internal BPP and external stakeholders as required
·       Maintaining up to date files and records of electronic documentation
·       Tracking and managing compliance reporting across BPP, utilising the data to create Management Information (MI) and ensuring any non-completion is escalated accordingly
·       Managing the diary for Talent Development Programmes, administering delegate attendance, sending invites, and supporting with any other programme related administrative activity
·       Process Improvement – identify streamlining of T&L processes to ensure the team are operating as effectively as possible
·       End to end management of the Employee Study Scheme process, acting in line with BPP’s Employee Training and Development policy and reporting on business area uptake providing useful Management Information (MI)
·       Overall management of tracking of the annual Performance Career Development (PCD) process across the group and escalating trends to the (Deputy) Head of Talent and Learning
·       Providing administrative support on wider HR and T&L projects e.g., ED&I agenda



Choose a better work-life balance

With hybrid working available, you’ll be able to split your time between one of our centres and wherever you choose to call home. Either way, you’ll benefit from a vibrant workplace and a culture that believes in looking after others, while being part of a diverse workforce where difference is celebrated.  In addition, you’ll work alongside other like-minded professionals who champion progress, while having opportunities to develop in an environment where creativity and innovation is rewarded.  On top of a competitive salary, we provide a generous annual leave entitlement of 28 days, and there’s a rewards package that includes retail discounts, Group Personal Pension Plan, dedicated healthcare and dental plans that offer additional assurance to look after you and your family.   Brilliantly, you can also study any of BPP’s courses for free – be it a professional qualification or full degree. 

Job Background

Please note - Occasional travel to London or Manchester office will be required. 

Applications will be considered from candidates who wish to work part time (28 hours per week minimum spread across Monday-Friday). 

Key Responsibilities:

See JD for further details.

Department

HR and L&D - Learning & Development

Vacancy location

Location

UK, Home & Office Based, Home and Office Based

Candidate criteria

Candidate Criteria

• Proven organisation and time management skills with the ability to schedule and prioritise work using time effectively, setting and meeting deadlines in accordance with business needs
• Demonstrable ability to work to a high degree of accuracy with exceptional attention to detail
• Ability to build good working relationships across all levels and effectively manage stakeholders
• Strong written and oral communication skills – being able to communicate with colleagues and delegates comfortably and confidently
• A proactive, client-focused approach
• Digital literacy - strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, 365 and Outlook
• Prior administrative experience
• Proven ability to work using own initiative and take accountability for your workload
• Experience of Learning Management Systems and using Management Information (desirable)

Employment Details

Contract Hours

37.50

FTE

1.00

Salary

Up to 30,000

Attachments

Full Job Description

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