London – EC1. £45,000.
Are you socially conscious and keen to really make a difference in the work that you do?
If you’ve got a background in L&D, facilitating events, developing training programmes and project managing these from start to finish then this could be your perfect role. This company is an employer-led organisation that has been set up to inspire and prepare young people for the world of work.
You would have the opportunity to engage a wide range of stakeholders, working with corporates and their large network to develop the company’s national event portfolio.
You will lead their external event engagement, working in partnership with the communications manager and supported by an events apprentice. The role will have a significant focus on learning and development and you will need to think about a learning plan for their network and deliver and design needs-led events and training.
You will own the event portfolio which ranges from L&D events, networking events, thought leadership seminars, focus groups and a large scale annual conference for over 1000 delegates. There is lots you can shape within the role and you can bring your creativity as well as a fresh perspective to the stakeholder engagement strategy.
- You will have extensive experience in L&D design and delivery
- You will be adept at training and facilitation
- You will have proven experience of successful end to end management of high profile events with a variety of stakeholders
- Development of L&D resources and tools to support effective working across a range of disciplines and job functions
- CIPD qualification desirable
Written by Lottie Gunn, Senior Consultant.
Lottie specialises in recruiting internal communications and engagement professionals and has previously worked at FTSE 100 companies and on the consultancy side in communication positions for over a decade.
Picture by John Stillwell PA Wire/PA Images. A group of mentors and their school girl mentees travel on the London Eye in London, during a speed mentoring event where 250 schoolgirls are paired with 250 successful and inspiring women mentors from across a wide range of professions and industries, for the Southbank Centre’s WOW – Women of the World, the global festival promoting equality for women and girls, to mark the UN International Day of the Girl.