Learning and Development Advisor

NHS Property Services
North West
£33000 - £38000

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Job Description

We have a fantastic opportunity for an Learning & Development Advisor to join our team with a salary on offer is £33,000-£38,000 DOE for a 12 month maternity cover.

The Learning and Development Advisor has a key role to play in contributing to the learning and development strategy at NHSPS, supporting the Learning and Development Business Partners to work with the wider business to develop the competence and capabilities of our colleagues. The role will report to the Learning and Development Business Partner.

A key priority is to understand learning needs and priorities for each function, and put in place appropriate solutions through end to end L&D, including needs analysis, design and elements of delivery. The Advisor will:
  • Plan and support learning and development activity to deliver to all NHSPS colleagues through a range of blended methodologies, including virtual training, online content and other blended solutions.
  • Delivery of training solutions to all colleagues across NHSPS including our Best Welcome and Managing at NHSPS.
  • Support wider team to design for all phases including LMS transition, launch of Totara Engage and development of performance management online as L&D expert.
  • Support the design and delivery of internal sessions and programmes, as subject matter expert (SME) or with SMEs from other functions.
  • Provide learning and development guidance and delivery support to internal customers from across the business.
  • Support wider People Team activity as required including leadership, management and culture change activity.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced trainer with a background of delivering in a high volume, fast pace environment across a wide range of stakeholders.

We understand how important life is outside of work so, as well as a competitive salary and 27 days annual leave, we'll support you, wherever possible, so that you don't miss out on what truly matters to you.

If you do ever need a little bit of extra help we have a great employee assistance programme, financial well-being support and access to great discounts with leading high street names with the bluelight discount card.

Our range of network groups are also there to support you to truly be yourself at work and play a key role in helping shape our future. We 'hire for attitude and train for skills' providing opportunities for our people to develop & progress their careers at all levels through our Professional Excellence Framework.

If you are a member of a professional body we'll pay for your membership and once you get your digital kit you'll be good to go in one of our great offices (or at home!)

Who are we?

We are part of the NHS family with 6,000 professionals supporting over 3,000 healthcare properties across England. Our purpose is to enable excellent patient care by being the best property and facilities provider to the NHS.

Our services include estate strategy and optimisation, property management, facilities management, property development and construction project management. We help support millions of patients and NHS colleagues in collaboration without 7,000 customers who range from Integrated Care Systems, health providers, charities and more.

Our culture and values seek to place our NHS colleagues and their patients, at the heart of everything we do.

We celebrate diversity, and we are working hard to create an inclusive environment where people love to work and can fulfil their potential.

We would encourage all applicants to apply as soon as possible as we may close vacancies early should we receive a high number of applications.

Best of luck with your application!
The NHS was launched in 1948. It was born out of a long-held ideal that good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of wealth – one of the NHS's core principles. With the exception of some charges, such as prescriptions, optical services and dental services, the NHS in England remains free at the point of use for all UK residents. This currently stands at more than 64.6 million people in the UK and 54.3 million people in England alone. The NHS in England deals with over 1 million patients every 36 hours. It covers everything, including antenatal screening, routine screenings (such as the NHS Health Check), treatments for long-term conditions, transplants, emergency treatment and end-of-life care. Responsibility for healthcare in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales is devolved to the Northern Ireland Assembly, the Scottish Government and the Welsh Assembly Government respectively. The NHS employs more than 1.5 million people, putting it in the top five of the world’s largest workforces, together with the US Department of Defence, McDonalds, Walmart and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. The NHS in England is the biggest part of the system by far, catering to a population of 54.3 million and employing around 1.2 million people. Of those, the clinically qualified staff include 150,273 doctors, 40,584 general practitioners (GPs), 314,966 nurses and health visitors, 18,862 ambulance staff, and 111,127 hospital and community health service (HCHS) medical and dental staff. The NHS in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland employs 161,415; 84,000 and 66,000 people respectively.

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