Learning & Development Administrator

About The Role
This is a key role within the People Services Team, where you will be enabling the delivery of the learning & development strategy.  You will have responsibility for maintaining the saha Learning Management System (Skillgate) and will provide administrative support to the Learning Partner and Senior People Partner.

The role will include uploading training into Skillgate and maintaining training records, booking venues for face to face training, providing support to the management of apprenticeship schemes, liaising with suppliers, capturing financial information, carrying out delegate management/attendance lists, analysis of course evaluations, carrying out regular audits of mandatory training compliance.

The role is agile working, with the vast majority of time home working, but may involve occasional national travel to our regional offices.

We invest in our people by offering a number of employee benefits including 26 days annual leave (rising to 31), public holidays, professional development, pension scheme with life assurance, employee reward portal and a healthcare cash plan.

About The Candidate
You will instinctively work in a manner that aligns fully with saha’s values and behaviours, demonstrating energy and passion, along with a positive, can-do attitude in your daily contribution as L&D Administrator in transforming lives.
You will be an experienced administrator who is confident in using databases (ideally LMS but not essential), strong organisational skills, great people skills and excellent attention to detail. 

About The Company
At saha we transform lives by providing accommodation and support for some of the most vulnerable members of our society, mainly people experiencing homelessness.
We are a Registered Social Landlord and across the UK we are one of the leading providers of supported housing, providing a wide range of supported accommodation options for vulnerable people including, young homeless people, care leavers, adult homeless, people with complex needs, young parents (and their children), survivors of domestic abuse, ex-offenders and those suffering from drug and alcohol problems and poor mental health.

Our teams work with people to build on their strengths, creating person centred, individualised strategies and plans that transform lives, support recovery, and enable positive behaviour.

As an equal opportunity employer saha welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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