We are seeking a Learning and Development Consultant, to deliver our core training programmes both online and face-to-face (when restrictions allow).
We need you to be available to join our team from 1 September 2021. We are offering a starting salary of £35,000 full-time equivalent and are open to flexible working options for part-week and part-year working arrangements.
Please apply for this position using the application form, available to download from our website. There you will find lots more information about the role and what it is like to work at =mc.
We will not accept CV’s and do not accept or keep unsolicited applications
To deliver high quality development and training programmes in the not-for-profit, charity and public sectors, leaving people feeling inspired, motivated and confident in the skills needed to create social good.
Key Results Areas (responsibilities)
Outstanding programme delivery (65%):
Customer service and business development (20%)
Programme development (15%)
Make =mc a great place to work (at all times)
Find more information about the role, and to find a person specification, please visit our website.
We aim to be an inclusive employer, where everyone feels like =mc is a great place to work. We are as flexible as possible around working arrangements.
It’s important to stress that face-to-face training days can be long, starting at 08.30 to set up, and finishing at 17.15 after clearing down. Whilst some sessions are shorter than this, a lot of our customers prefer full-day sessions to enable their teams to get away from the day-to-day and focus on learning.
The majority of our customers are based in London. However, as you’d expect from a national and international consultancy, we go to where our customers are – whether that’s Scotland or South East Asia, Birmingham or Belgium. Travel even in the UK can involve 3-4 nights away a month and in busier months 5-6.
Training delivery could take place on up to four days a week, but generally no more than three. Delivery targets vary over the year, from 8 to 12 days a month.
On days when you are not delivering training, you will either work from home, from a location in Central London or from our office, helping to build our sense of team and ensuring you have access to the support of colleagues.
Flexible working options include:
- part-week (working full days, for part of the week, for a minimum of 3 days per week)
- part-year (annualised hours, or term time working)
How to apply
Visit our website where you will find further information, and the application form: https://www.managementcentre.co.uk/careers/current-opportunities/
**Please don’t send CV’s**
*Please DO NOT use the apply button below*
If the potential candidate would like an informal chat before applying for the role, please call 020 7978 1516 and ask to speak to Yvette.
=MC is committed to promoting and enhancing equality, diversity and inclusion. We honor these values in everything we do, across all our work, nationally and internationally. They are central to our mission and our impact. We believe that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to deliver our courses, improve our services and support our clients.
We encourage applications from people with the widest possible diversity of backgrounds, cultures and experiences. People with disabilities, black, asian, and minority ethnic candidates are currently underrepresented within =MC. We would like to improve the representation of colleagues from these communities in our team. Non-graduates are welcome.
We are committed to employing people with disabilities and guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for the role as set out in the person specification
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