for better mental health

Application Deadline
07 March 2021

Contract type
Permanent

Hours
35 hours per week

Salary
Starting Salary £41,826
(includes £3,310 London Weighting)

Where
Mind Head Office (home working in line with government guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic)
15-19 Broadway, Stratford, London E15 4BQ

Learning and Development Business Partner

About the role

This exciting opportunity is within our Learning and Development team at Mind, where you would be working collaboratively with L&D Specialist and the L&D Officer to embed a learning culture within the organisation.

Joining us as a Learning & Development Business Partner, you will be responsible for ensuring that Mind’s learning and development function supports the growing needs of the charity so that it can deliver its mission, with a budget responsibility of £100k - £200k per year. This will require routinely reviewing the L&D curriculum as well as monitoring management skills and abilities so that the appropriate interventions are delivered as required.

Reporting to our Head of HR and line managing the L&D Specialist and L&D Officer, you will have overall responsibility for developing and delivering training interventions across Mind in line with the needs of the organisation. Working closely and proactively with colleagues across Mind, to include the Equality and Inclusion team, the Organisation change team and HR team during the design and implementation of L&D plans. You may also be required to work with other stakeholders and external contacts including contractors / suppliers and corporate partners.

To be successful in this role you will hold a bachelor’s degree / professional qualification, or equivalent experience demonstrating ability in L&D or a related discipline, coupled with excellent leadership skills, through line management and/or project leadership.With significant experience of developing and delivering high quality training, you will have strong verbal, written and communication skills, to include confidence in public speaking, presentations and report writing and a confident user of Microsoft Office. You will have sound knowledge and understanding of mental health and wellbeing and an understanding and commitment to Mind’s mission and values.

Closing Date 7th March 2021

This position will initially, in line with current government guidance be based from home, with an expectation of being home based for the next six months or until updated government guidelines are published. However, if / when government guidelines change the role may then revert to being office based, whilst retaining some flexible working options.

How to apply

Please click on the Apply button at the top left of the screen to be taken to the application form. The Job Description can be found via this link or via the the button below

Please refer to the Job Description while completing your application as candidates will be shortlisted based on how closely they match the criteria.

This position will initially, in line with current government guidance be based from home, with an expectation of being home based for the next six months or until updated government guidelines are published. However, if / when government guidelines change the role may then revert to being office based, whilst retaining some flexible working options.

Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Mind reserve the right to close the vacancy to applications earlier, should we receive a high volume of strong candidates – therefore we encourage an early application

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