Management Development Lead - Charity
Our client is committed to supporting and inspiring its managers to develop, and this exciting new role will embed management development within the organisation. They believe that the quality of their managers is directly linked to the quality of the care and support they provide to the people who use their services.
Management Development Lead
Job Ref: SP/452
Location: Staple Hill, Bristol
£31,220 per annum, pro rata for part time.
30 hours per week
Working directly to the Head of Learning you will help create a culture which promotes management learning. The role will involve helping to shape the organisation's approach to management development, as well as working with line managers to identify options for meeting learning needs, with responsibility for managing (and at times delivering) learning interventions. You will also advise on approaches to succession and talent management.
- You will have worked in social care and have experience in learning and development with managers leading on projects, as well as coordinating and advising managers.
- An understanding of the social care sector, gained either through a job(s) role, volunteering or experience as a service user
- You will have experience or are currently working in a management development role.
- You are committed to learning and development and ready to use your skills and creative approach.
If this sounds like you then out client would love to hear from you!
Closing Date: 26 June 2017
Interview Date: 10/12 July 2017
To find out more information and apply for this position, please click the apply button. You will then be taken to a simple CHM Recruit form and then redirected to the employer’s website.
If successful at interview an enhanced DBS check will take place. (Formerly CRB)
Our client is committed to the safeguarding and welfare all of the individuals that it supports, it expects the same commitment from all employees.
A criminal record is not necessarily a barrier to recruitment.
Committed to Equality and Diversity for all.
No agencies please.