Assistant Learning & Development Advisor

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    Full Time

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    Up to £24500.00 per annum + benefits

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    Mark Dayman

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

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Assistant Learning & Development Advisor - up to £24,500 - Watford

Our client, a giant in their sector with 9,000 UK staff and a turnover of £2bn, is now looking for an experienced Assistant L&D Advisor to join their busy Learning & Development team based from Watford.

Reporting through to one of the L&D Mangers, your role will be to support 2 divisions of their UK business (c400 staff) with all training needs and requirements. Due to the technical and regulatory nature of our clients business, much of what you will be doing will be sourcing appropriate external training to fulfil the needs of those divisions. This can include helping to organise and book the courses as well as liaising closely with staff and managers to consider diaries/work load etc.

You'll also play a key part in helping with the logistical aspects of training to include helping organise travel and accommodation. Organisation is so important in this role and you'll need to be able to update both HR and Training files and records swiftly and accurately. Data within the department is critical to the wider HR function and so you'll also help to generate and run reports using Excel - therefore knowledge of this system and the ability to generate pivot tables and LOOKUP would be very useful.

It is expected that you'll already being doing a similar type of role within a Training, L&D or HR team and therefore can hit the ground running. Our client needs someone self motivated, with strong attention to detail who can apply common sense and logic to their problem solving.

For more information or to apply, please contact Mark Dayman at Search HR on 0116 247 3308 or email

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