£16,941 per year
Permanent, Part-time
Job description

Role: Learning and Development Officer

Salary: £16,941 per annum


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Learning and Development Officer to join our developing team at a dynamic and professional charity.


The Learning and Development Officer will work within a multi-agency setting to undertake the compilation and implementation of learning opportunities for both partner agencies and the public. The post will identify development needs, design, create and deliver a sustainable learning programme.


This is a part-time permanent position, working 22.5 hours per week, to be worked over 3 days. With a competitive salary of £16,941 per annum (£28,235 full time equivalent), a flexible working scheme, ongoing skills development and training, 27 days (FTE) annual leave plus bank holidays per annum and a company pension scheme. This role is covering the whole of Derbyshire.


The Organisation:

The Organisation is a Charity supporting victims of sexual violence across Derbyshire. The aims of the Charity are; to reduce the impact of rape and sexual abuse on victims (male and female, adults and children) and their families; to encourage reporting of rape and sexual abuse; to support victims through the legal process and; to reduce the incidence of rape and sexual abuse by raising awareness. 


We are now looking for a Learning and Development Officer to join our team.


Learning and Development Officer Main Duties:

  • To design, create and deliver educational package(s) to partner agencies around sexual violence.
  • To provide information and education to children, young people and their families that supports and enhances the healthy relationships curriculum in educational provisions.
  • Design and deliver e-learning courses, workshops and other training.
  • To effectively identify educational opportunities and promote the service.
  • To adapt materials to meet educational needs.
  • To keep up to date with best practice in learning and development, training practice/methods and e-learning development.
  • Provide one to one and group support to professionals accessing SV2’s e-learning, once established.
  • Provide high quality service.
  • Monitor and record progress and outcomes.
  • Monitor, maintain, plan and prioritise own work.
  • Liaise effectively with partner agencies.
  • Develop relationships with diverse communities to promote and raise awareness of SV2’s Learning and
  • Establish links to ensure, where possible, people are able to access the help they need from SV2 to enable them to cope and recover from any experience that is disclosed through learning and development.
  • Develop positive relationships with partners such as the police, mental health services, education providers, local authority social care, prisons and other voluntary organisations
  • Provide information and training to a range of audiences on issues related to rape and sexual abuse
  • Attend regular line management, peer supervision and team meetings, as required


Learning and Development Officer Necessary Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • Minimum of five GCSEs Grade C or above or higher level educational qualification(s)
  • Hold a recognised training qualification
  • At least one years’ direct practice in the design and delivery of training programmes
  • Experience of working in a multi-disciplinary environment with professional boundaries
  • Skilled in the use of learning techniques
  • Ability to review and evaluate learning resources and adapt materials as required
  • Ability to research and map educational opportunities
  • Able to maintain professional, well written and comprehensive notes and write reports
  • Able to communicate in a concise and professional manner with a range of staff at various levels, both internal and external to the organisation
  • Should be competent in the use of IT i.e. Word, Outlook, Excel, etc
  • Driving licence and access to a car with business insurance


It will be necessary for you to apply for a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure and be subject to Police Vetting as a requirement for this position.


Applicants should register their interest by clicking the ‘apply on line’ button and attaching their CV. We will then contact you and provide you with an Application Pack.


Closing date for completed applications is 23rd October 2020. If application is successful, interviews will be held on 6th November 2020.


While we would like to contact all our candidates, unfortunately, this is not possible so if you haven’t heard from us 14 days after the closing date, your application has not been successful.


We do not accept applications from recruitment agencies.


Posted on: 02 October 2020
Closed date: 23 October 2020
Tags: Advice, Information, Training