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Are you an experienced IT Trainer looking for a new challenge?
Dogs Trust are recruiting for an IT Training Officer to deliver training to staff across the charity.
Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK with a nationwide network of rehoming centres and charity shops. Last year, Dogs Trust centres cared for over 15,000 dogs; we never put a healthy dog down.
Reporting to the E-Learning Manager, the successful candidate will work closely with teams across Dogs Trust to help identify individual and team development needs and scope, design and deliver training, making sure all development activities are evaluated to ensure continued cost effectiveness. The postholder will also play a key role in administering and supporting staff in the use of the virtual learning environment.
To be successful in this role you will be educated to degree level (or equivalent), ideally in a related discipline, with excellent, demonstrable training experience in a range of programmes, including MS Office and business systems. You will have an understanding/experience of developing and/or delivering training using on-line learning environments and experience of delivering high quality IT training to individuals and teams of varying ability. You will also be required to produce appropriate training materials in a range of formats, which recognize different learning styles and training methodologies.
The successful candidate will join a busy, hardworking and professional HR team which is committed to delivering a first-class service to the charity and its 1,300 employees across the full range of Human Resource activities. Although based within the HR team they will be required to work closely with the IT team and in collaboration with other stakeholders across the business.
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