Social Care  2022-12-29 11:01:03

Permanent, Contract, Temporary

£12 – £15/hour

HP19, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

BDS Recruitment
We are looking to recruit a Learning & Development Coordinator to work for our client in Aylesbury.
This role is initially for 6months r working 37 hours a week.
* Support the running of training events through activities such as, but not limited to, organising participant bookings, scheduling, record management, venue booking and configuration, production and distribution of training materials and organisation of the logistics of the day such as equipment and refreshment provision.
* Production and distribution of relevant documentation and certification for participants, as appropriate.
* Publicise and provide information on training and development activity. To be the first point of reference for information to others in the Trust.
* Update, produce and store training material.
* Ensure the collection and collation of post-event evaluation material.
* Liaise, as appropriate, with other members of the Learning and Development team, internal stakeholders and external suppliers.
* Raise purchase orders, process invoices, issue contracts and record payments as necessary.
* General administrative support for the Learning and Development team such as managing diary arrangements, organising meetings, arranging accommodation and travel, taking minutes, managing mail, taking telephone calls and other such tasks.
* Actively promote Fremantle by clear, respectful and helpful communication with all potential customers including people who use services, relatives, health and social care professionals as well as Fremantle colleagues.
* Contribute to the success of the whole team by respecting colleagues and participating in team meetings and communication systems.
* Develop self and maintain knowledge in the field.
* Any other duties consistent with the business of Fremantle, the job, and hours of work as may reasonably be required.
* Good numeracy and literacy skills.
* Attention to detail and a commitment to getting things right first time in terms of accuracy and timeliness.
* Computer literate and able to produce training support materials, reports and recommendations.
* Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
* Good coordination skills and an ability to multi-task, providing concurrent services to a number of customers.
* Committed to Fremantles vision, values and services.
* Ability to work as part of a team and develop positive working relationships.
* High levels of adaptability and flexibility. Able to work outside the remit of defined role as the needs of the Trust demand, especially in times of pressure, crisis or change.
* Relevant previous administrative experience within a customer services environment.
* Knowledge and understanding of working with awarding organisations.
* Knowledge of the health and social care sector.
* Freedom of Action:
* Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with broad policy, professional standards and budgetary limits.
If you are interested in applying for this role then please apply now with an update CV for immediate consideration
Pay rate circa £12 paye or £15 umbrella


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