Learning and Organisational Development Lead
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£41,932 - £45,812 per annum
About the role
The purpose of the role is to lead, develop and implement learning and development strategies and programs, designing both face to face and digital/virtual learning, workshops and more. You will be pivotal in enhancing the culture and engagement of our employees, with responsibility for implementing and managing both operational and strategic initiatives that enhance organisational effectiveness. As a key member of the People & Organisational Development management team you will support the delivery of our People Plan.
About the Candidate
This role requires a candidate with a strong project mindset, proven expertise of change management, and a track record of leading successful employee engagement and wellbeing interventions. The post holder will need to build and manage relationships with teams, managers and key stakeholders to help build organisation and people capability.
Ability to use analytics, problem solve and advise on appropriate learning solutions to meet organisational and individual needs is key. The ideal candidate will also have a passion for evidence-based practice within the P&OD domain.
At Education Partnership North East, we are passionate about transforming lives through education. As a leading education provider in the North East of England, comprising of Sunderland College, Northumberland College and Hartlepool Sixth Form College we are committed to providing outstanding teaching and learning experiences that help our students to achieve their full potential; and we are ambitious. We are currently the top performing General Further Education college in the North East for 16-19 student achievement and ranked 2nd nationally.
We have a strong college community and encourage our staff and students to be their authentic selves, be respectful of others and to be innovative in how they deliver an excellent student experience by creating an exciting future for everyone working and studying across the group.
As an employer, we are dedicated to creating a supportive and inclusive workplace culture where our staff can thrive. We believe that our employees are our greatest asset, and we are committed to investing in their development and wellbeing.
We believe in equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We are committed to PREVENT and safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.
Due to the nature of this post you will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure Check.
For an informal chat please contact Naomi.Robson@educationpartnershipne.ac.uk