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L&D Admin Manager

  • Job Location: Beaconsfield
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £38,000 p/a - £40,000 p/a
  • Posted on: 5th Dec 2022
  • Job Reference: JO0000022453
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Are you an experienced L&D professional who previously led a team and seeking a new and exciting opportunity?
 
Ashley Kate are delighted to be partnering a growing Health Care provider in their search to bring in a talented L&D Admin Manager to add to their existing Learning and Development function.
 
Salary up to £40k plus bonus
 
This is a hybrid role with the base being in Beaconsfield with home working available.  You will also be expected to travel to other sites when required.
 
You will be responsible for overseeing all administration processes to support the overall Learning and Development Strategy . Operating to the organisations best practice standards to ensure that all corporate compliance standards are met, whilst  consistently reviewing all administrative processes within the department to identify service improvements and efficiencies.
 
Key focus -
 
·Manage internal Learning and Development admin team
·Manage overall Learning and Development Home and Apprenticeship Budget.
·Liaising with key stakeholders to ensure external suppliers training is relevant, professional, and value for money
·Overall responsibility of the learning management system
·Responsible for apprenticeship programmes within the Organisation (including utilising the Apprenticeship Levy)
·Monitoring invoice payments,  escalating concerns to finance whilst ensuring communications to our external providers on progress.
 
Key skills/experience -
 
·Solid experience within a similar HR/L&D administration/coordination management role
·Line management experience is essential
·Experience of managing training budgets
·Ability and willingness to work independently, travel as required, manage own time and prioritise effectively whilst also working as part of a team
·Strong IT skills (e.g. Word, PowerPoint and Excel)
·Builds good relationships with a range of stakeholders to improve service delivery
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