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L&D Assistant

Salary £18000.00 - £20000.00 per annum
Location Derbyshire,
Job Type Permanent Jobs
Job Ref HQ00047866
Published 12 months ago

Job Description

L&D Assistant

A fantastic opportunity has recently come to us from a leading retail company in Derbyshire. This permanent role is offering £18,000-£20,000 dependant on experience.

You will be the first point of contact for all L&D and general HR queries so you must have great customer service skills and time management. You will be supporting the Learning and Development manager in a number of tasks relating to the training needs of the company.

You will be working closely with the HR and Learning & Development team to provide assistance with a number of administrative roles:
Ensuring all training and development records are kept up to date
Sourcing and booking training and development providers for out sourced training
Providing support to the recruitment team
Assisting in the selection and production of learning and training materials and programmes for in house training.

Our client is looking for a bright enthusiastic individual with CIPD Level 3 qualification who has great organisation and time management skills. The successful candidate will be a great team player with an ability to build rich lasting relationships. You will have experience of working with training and development providers and have the ability to work on your own initiative.

You will be joining an ambitious company at a really exciting time in their development. If you think this is the role for you, please “apply†or call Hannah on 01332 362444 for a chat.

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