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Office Based

People & Organisation Development Coordinator

- Part Time

 

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is the international organisation responsible for preserving the many cemeteries and memorials that commemorate the sacrifices made by the Commonwealth forces in the two world wars. Our work extends across 150 countries around the world.

If you have strong written and oral communication skills, are highly organized and have the desire to assist others,you could be the person we are looking for as our new, part time, People and Organisation Coordinator, based at our Head Office in Maidenhead. This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to pursue a career in Human Resources or Learning and Development.

Responsible for the organisation and evaluation of all training, learning and development activities and assisting with the administration and the development of the Commission's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), your initiative and attention to detail will help you to provide a high quality of service.

Key responsibilities of the role:

• Plans training needs based on Personal Development Plans, produces a training matrix, and updates  throughout the year.
• Sources and assesses training providers to meet individual and team development needs and for corporate  development activities.
• Builds and maintains relationships with external and internal trainers/contacts.
• Arranges all aspects of administrative support for individual and group training requests, including  registering delegates on courses, provision of course details to delegates, room requirements, and  accommodation and travel arrangements.
• Responsible for the administration of the Commission's Management Development Programme
• Acts as Site Administrator for the Commission's VLE and assists with its development and input of data.
• Maintains the Induction section of the VLE
• Assists with the issue of the annual staff survey and the collation of the results
• Produces evaluation analysis of immediate and post course evaluations.
• Maintains and develops training database and manual files.
• Monitors the corporate and departmental training budget.
• Carries out the annual audit of Personal Development Plans for Head Office
• Prepares information for management reports as required.
• Raises and receipts Purchase Orders


Knowledge & qualifications/experience required

• GCSE level education
• CIPD qualified or working towards qualification (desirable)
• Moodle (VLE)
• Articulate Storyline (desirable)

This is a part time post, working up to 30 hours a week, over 5 days. We offer an excellent Group Pension Plan and generous annual leave.

The salary band starts at £20,100 (pro-rata according to hours)

A full job description can be found here  and a fact sheet is also available here.

To apply for this post please send your cv, together with a letter showing us why you would be the perfect candidate to recruitment@cwgc.org

Closing date is Friday 10th June at 9 a.m. and interviews are expected to take place week commencing 20th June.