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The Scout Association
Chingford, Greater London
£43,064 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

We have an exciting opportunity for a Learning Design Practitioner to join our team based in Chingford. You will join us on a full-time basis and in return for your hard work we will offer you a competitive salary of £43,064 per annum, Inclusive of Outer London Weighting (Band G, Level 3).

The Scouts are embarking on transforming their Volunteer Journey to make volunteering with us even more attractive, accessible, flexible and enjoyable. For our 160,000 volunteers a crucial part of their volunteer experience is the training we offer to ensure they feel confident and are equipped to undertake their role.

We want to develop a learning culture where training is simple but effective and delivers the skills and knowledge that our volunteers need when they need it, whether they work directly with our young people delivering skills for life or carry out a supporter, manager or governance role. There is a wide range of learning needs to be met and we want to enable our volunteers to manage their own learning journey and access their training in a modern and flexible way that enables them to fit it into their lives alongside their volunteering and other commitments.

The Learning Design Practitioner Role:

This role will bring technical learning design expertise  that will help us assess our learning needs, innovate to develop a culture of continuous learning and design and implement an appropriate learning model to help us achieve a high quality experience for our volunteers and also ensure we meet our organisational compliance requirements. You will be leading work to redesign and implement the learning offer at the Scouts locally and nationally.

What will you be doing in the Learning Design Practitioner role?

- Act as a subject matter expert and dynamic leader to innovate, design and deliver customer focussed propositions for the learning and development of our adult volunteers
- Assess our volunteers learning needs and the training required to ensure volunteers have the skills and knowledge to deliver a high quality programme for our young people safely
- Assess our volunteers learning needs to ensure our delivery volunteers receive high quality and effective support, leadership, management and governance
- Co-design and development of an appropriate learning model to meet the identified learning needs and compliance requirements whilst considering our ‘practical skills’ ‘just in time’ and ‘digital first’ principles
- Co-design and implement the delivery model for training ensuring it is of a consistent high quality and is accessible and flexible for a wide range of volunteers
- Procure, design and implement a Learning Experience System to enable learners to manage and track their own learning journey
- Lead with the creation and production of a range of products that can be hosted on our Learning Experience System, used face to face and used for on the job learning. This includes working with and coordinating the input of subject matter experts and practitioners (staff and volunteers) to create new content and resources.

What we are looking for in our Learning Design Practitioner:

- Recent and relevant experience in learning and development/design and delivery
- Experience of transforming volunteer training or introducing volunteer training for a similar organisation
- Experience in the development of blended learning products that meets the needs of diverse and multi-located teams of volunteers
- Experience of leading and managing teams to effectively deliver, formally or informally, including managing upwards and influencing senior stakeholders
- Experience of identifying and implementing appropriate learning management/experience systems and digital solutions
- Experience of project and process design, innovation and measurement
- Project leadership and delivery experience including planning, prioritising, monitoring and evaluation
- Experience of working with volunteers or a volunteering organisation
- Strong network within the learning and development sector
- Understanding and experience of assessing learning needs and designing appropriate learning solutions

What we can offer you as our Learning Design Practitioner:

- 25 days holiday pro rata per annum + bank holidays
- Additional holidays between Christmas & New Year
- Life Assurance
- Simply Health Scheme
- Generous Pension Scheme
- Free car parking
- Gilwell park minibus service

Term: Permanent
Hours: 35 hours per week
Location: Gilwell Park, Chingford, London
Salary: £43,064 per annum, Inclusive of Outer London Weighting (Band G, Level 3)

Closing date: Mon, 22 February 2021, 23:59

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join our fantastic team! Click ‘Apply’ now!

The Scouts is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to diversity and actively seeking applicants from a wide range of backgrounds.

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Refreshed on: 07 March 2021
Closing date: 06 April 2021
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