Job Title: Learning & Development Partner
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Woodley House, Aylesbury
Including travel to all Trust Services and Homes locations as appropriate.
Salary: £28,000.00 per annum (37 hours per week)
Responsible to: Learning & Development Manager
Must be able to drive and have use of a vehicle, as this role will include visiting various services within the Trust.
Our Vision: To be the go-to provider, delivering great care every day
- People enjoy high-quality person-centred care, where their needs are met by trained, compliant, capable, and responsive employees.
- All services are safe and compliant with regulation/legislation.
- Services are financial sustainable, cost effective and efficient.
- We will provide flexible support that anticipates demands from both public sector and private customers in the future.
About the Role:
As the Learning & Development Partner you will be responsible for partnering with the Learning Disability Service and Older People Home Managers on Learning and Development activity in their locations, including identification of training needs, design, delivery, ensuring mandatory training is completed and the maintenance of accurate training records. You will support the implementation and understanding of the Learning and Development Strategy, delivering against targets and requirements for our services. As the Learning & Development Partner you will also drive a culture of continuous learning and development as set out in the ‘Always be learning’ objective of the Corporate Plan whilst supporting the wider team to deliver against the current Corporate Plan.
What we need from you:
· This role will be involved in the delivery of systems training across the Trust, a keen interest, and/or experience in delivering training in the use of digital platforms to support people who use our services is an essential requirement of this role.
· Strong IT literacy.
· Qualified to CIPD Level 3 and/or equivalent qualification or experience in learning and development.
· Hold a mentorship or teaching qualification or be willing to achieve this qualification.
· Successful experience in the design and delivery of blended learning and development offerings.
· Confident and able to produce training support materials, reports and recommendations.
· Be able to deliver measurable outcomes within a clearly defined timescale.
· Demonstrable creative problem-solving skills.
· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
· Strong influencing skills
· Strong business orientation. Credible with senior and middle managers and able to build strong relationships with clients/HR colleagues quickly.
· Possession of a valid full UK driving licence and access to a vehicle, which can be used for work purposes.
· High levels of adaptability and flexibility. Able to work outside the remit of defined role as the needs of the Trust demand, especially in times of pressure, crisis or change.
· Committed to Fremantle’s vision, values, and services.
· Knowledge of PCS and RADAR systems
· Knowledge and understanding of CQC guidance.
· Knowledge of apprenticeships and other vocational qualifications.
· Knowledge of the Social Care Sector.
Freedom of Action:
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with broad policy, professional standards, and budgetary limits.
What you will receive from us
· A generous holiday entitlement, which increases after 3 years’ service!
· Lifestyle discount vouchers, including money off holidays, food, fashion, and sport
· lifetime benefits; Life assurance, pension
· Support and Career development
· Excellent company culture
Established since 1992, we are a charity and not-for-profit organisation that provides first class care and support for older people and adults with learning disabilities. Today, we have 1500 employees supporting over 1,100 residents at services across Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire, and Milton Keynes. Come and join a great team!
If you wish to gain any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the recruitment team on 0333 400 1020.