Initial fixed term (12 months)
We’re looking for a talented facilitator and learning designer to help develop our 1400+ people.
We want to deliver learning at scale differently, making the most new approaches, digital technologies and the existing talent and skills we have within the organisation.
As Learning Lead, you’ll apply your facilitation skills, creative thinking and appetite for trying new approaches within a large substance use and mental health charity. We are especially looking for someone with skills and experience in delivering remotely, and using digital tools to meet learning aims.
You’ll work with a range of staff - from front line delivery staff in services to senior managers. You’ll develop and design learning content, materials and resources to help improve outcomes, using a range of approaches.
You’ll work in a small team of skilled professionals based across the UK. This role may involve travel across the UK, but we are increasingly facilitating training sessions online.
What we’re looking for
- You’ll have the ability to design and deliver learning for a range of audiences, and in a variety of formats such as workshops, events, online, mentoring schemes and peer learning.
- You’ll have the ability to take complex ideas and processes and make them simple to understand.
- You’ll have a structured approach to developing learning, and start with an understanding of people’s needs.
- You’ll take a coaching approach to working with people. You’ll have a collaborative approach to solving problems, and be used to facilitating and working with multiple stakeholders to design solutions.
- You’ll be digitally savvy and have an interest in developing technologies.
- You’ll have a passion for learning and in thinking about how to develop people at scale.
Benefits of working with us
- 28 days holiday plus a bank holiday allowance (pro rata for part time staff)
- Enhanced employer pension contribution
- Death in service benefit scheme
- Flexible working patterns to help with work life balance
- Training and development opportunities
- 24/7 access to employee assistance programme
- Cycle to work scheme
Interviews will be held via Google Meet on 3rd September.
Information about us and our recruitment processes
We are an equal opportunities employer and have committed to promoting equality and diversity in all areas of our work. Although we welcome applications from all sections of the community we are only able to employ those who have the legal right to work in the UK.
We particularly welcome applications from black and ethnic minority candidates who are underrepresented in our workforce.
We want to safeguard and protect the children, young people and adults we work with. Our rigorous selection process applies to all applicants to support this aim. If you are applying for a role which involves regulated activity you will need to have an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (including Barred Lists) check (if in England) or become a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups scheme (if in Scotland). We will also seek references as part of the selection process for this role, including from your current or most