|Location: High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire||Salary: £25.00 - £32.00 per hour|
|Type: Contract||Contact: Matt Henocq|
As Learning and Development Project Coordinator you will be part of a EMEA Capability Development Team. The team is responsible for supporting my client in building strong functional capabilities for the region. This includes identifying current and future learning needs and developing solutions that are sustainable, anchored and closely linked to the priorities of the business. The goal is to have the right capabilities at the right time and place. The role of Learning and Development Project Coordinator is an exciting opportunity to be part of this journey.
As Learning and Development Project Coordinator you will be responsible for supporting, coordinating and executing ongoing activities, mainly within market access. One of your key projects will be to coordinate a portfolio of internal courses called the HEMAR Academy (HEMAR = health economics, market access and reimbursement). The objective of the HEMAR Academy is to build market access capabilities across the organisation. Under the guidance of the Academy Lead and supported by the Academy Course Administration, you will drive the execution of the Academy courses and coordinate yearly key activities (e.g. identify training needs and plan yearly course calendar, manage vendors and create contracts, track budget and invoicing, manage HEMAR Academy homepage). Together with the Academy Lead, you will also be expected to optimise the Academy processes to ensure a smooth and effective running of the HEMAR Academy.
As Learning and Development Project Coordinator for the HEMAR Academy you will also support the development of new courses and the continuous improvement of existing ones by proactively driving the project management process.
In addition to the HEMAR Academy, you will also support and coordinate other development programmes as well as ongoing functional leadership development programmes. You will also have the opportunity to be involved in the many different and exciting initiatives which the EMEA Capability Development Team is driving.
Essential knowledge, skills and attitudes
The successful candidate:
- Has strong project management skills coupled with the ability to effectively engage with stakeholders. Is committed to project delivery standards and timelines
- Is hands-on and motivated by handling day-to-day operational tasks
- Has attention to details and able to challenge and optimise processes
- Able to think in a long-term and strategic perspective
- Is self-motivated, proactive and able to work effectively, independently, according to tight deadlines in an environment where much of the interaction is virtual
- Has strong communication skills
- Fast learner that quickly pick up on new subject matters
- Proven track record of coordinating complex projects and/or programmes
- A genuin interest in the development of workforce capabilities and in the establishment of a learning culture is a must. Previous experience within learning and development is a strong advantage
- Experience within market access is an advantage