L&D Advisor/Manager

Oakleaf Partnership are working with a leading, global law firm who are looking to recruit an L&D Advisor/Manager. This will be a 12 month FTC covering a maternity leave. Based in the City, this person will be working closely with the Head of L&D, Director of HR, Learning & Know-How and the wider L&D team.

You will be responsible for (but not limited to):

  • Supporting with core career, talent and skills programmes

  • Leading or co-leading elements of our talent programmes, e.g. for associates, female talent, aspects of business services development

  • Delivery and facilitation of sessions within programmes

  • Working with internal/external specialists to review and refresh content

  • Working individually and with the team on programme implementation, admin & logistics

  • Following up on training, giving feedback, 1:1 coaching

  • Making training accessible and available to all offices via technology and other means

  • Using L&D Learning Management System (LMS) and looking at new ways to develop and implement new functionality

  • Generating and analysing data from the LMS to inform business decisions

  • Assisting in other aspects of work - examples may include sponsorship agreements, QLTS requests, policy drafting and implementation etc.

  • Various other projects in the firm-wide 'People' plan and L&D strategy

This person will ideally be/have:

  • Previous involvement at this level, or being ready to take on this level of role having been part of an L&D team elsewhere

  • Full training cycle experience (training needs analysis, design, facilitation, delivery and evaluation)

  • Awareness of current L&D trends and commercial L&D options to meet needs

  • Very strong training, presentation and facilitation skills

  • Management and creation experience of development programmes from scratch and innovating existing programmes

  • Experience of development and assessment centres

  • Ability to work and interact with groups and on 1:1 basis

  • Strong advisory skills and able to consult on needs, make recommendations and deal with challenges/different views to find the best solution to meet business needs

  • Experience managing processes and systems and use of Microsoft Excel

  • Experience working in a professional services environment/law firm

  • Part or fully CIPD qualified - understands broader business and HR issues too

  • Experience of psychometrics and/or qualified in some

If this L&D Advisor/Manager vacancy within a leading law firm is of interest, please get in touch or apply directly.

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