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Talent Development Partner

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Human resources

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  • Salary:

    Up to £48,000

  • Contact:

    Tom Clarke

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  • Contact phone:

    01784 465341

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  • Published:

    14 days ago

  • Expiry date:


​We are looking for an experienced L&D Partner with a good blend of evaluation, design and delivery. Working a dynamic team with a blend of traditional and digital L&D strategy.

To develop our people on an individual, team and business level by supporting them to fulfil their potential and drive the growth of our business. To retain our people by providing the best in class development solutions and supporting them throughout their career with us. Ensuring our employees are equipped to carry out their roles to do it better today and develop their talent to do more tomorrow. To instil the attitude of ‘bring your best self to work’. Supporting the flawless delivery and implementation of our People strategy in order to achieve the best contribution from our people and make a value added difference. You will be a key change agent for Talent and Development across our business, working with all levels of employees to identify future skill requirements and implementing key initiatives. Strong presentation and communication skills are vital for this role as well taking ownership and autonomy.

Professional skills and experience

·Strong understanding and use of talent development initiatives at an individual, team and business level

·Strong understanding of the learning cycle and how to use it

·Strong ability to turn deliverables into key data metrics

·Proven track record of designing and delivering training

·Proven track record in using initiative and innovation to enhance talent development solutions

·Proven ability to coach individuals and teams, in particular managers to a positive outcome

·Strong project management skills working on end to end solutions

·Strong planning, organisational and time management skills

·Ability to build and manage relationships across all levels

·Ability to work independently and as part of a team with minimal supervision

·Ability to use data and insights to influence learning activities

·Strong knowledge of MS Office, in particular Powerpoint and Excel

·A professional qualification in coaching and/or psychometrics

·CIPD or related Learning & Development qualification, or willing to work towards this