L&D Administrator (EOI for HR only)

Posted date: 28 May 2024
Compensation: £15,000 per annum
Employment type: Replacement Permanent
Department: Internal

Job description

The HR Department

Our HR Department is friendly and welcoming. We work closely and collaboratively as a team to ensure we deliver the best customer service to the rest of the organisation. The work is fast paced, interesting and rewarding with lots of opportunity to work across departments and develop new skills on people-related projects.


About the job

We are looking for a L&D (Learning and Development) Administrator on a permanent basis to work within the L&D team which forms part of the wider HR department.


The L&D team works on a broad range of learning initiatives across HCPC. We look after the development of all our staff, Council and Committee Members.  We are highly regarded within the organisation for our solutions-focussed approach, practical advice and guidance and collaborative way of working.


We are looking for someone who is ambitious and genuine, who works best within a collaborative and compassionate environment and who will identify and provide creative solutions to people-based challenges. We need a skilled communicator with a strong customer-service ethic who is able to work with business stakeholders. In January 2022 we launched our 5-year People Strategy which sets out how we will attract the best people to our teams, become a high performing, capable and skilled organisation, be compassionate, inclusive and effective and how we will develop and embed an organisational culture where morale is high.


Our plan sets out a clear ambition for change and we are looking for an exceptional Administrator to help us continue on this journey. Working closely with the Learning and Organisational Development Lead and Learning and Development Specialist, you will support across a range of L&D work including taking a lead in induction activities, event management and administration and providing systems support. This varied role involves coordinating training, workshops and events, induction activities, project and systems support, providing efficient and effective administration support to the team. The job will involve contact with HCPC’s employees and managers and key suppliers as well as a key role in various ongoing team projects.  You must have strong administrative skills, with a keen eye for detail and be proactive in managing a varied workload.


If you are someone who is seeking a new and exciting challenge in a HR function that promotes and prides itself on professional development and is striving to be the best, then, this this role could be for you. You will be an ambassador for HR and champion HCPC’s values and reputation as an employer of choice. If you are looking for the next step in your HR career and are looking for something stimulating, challenging, and rewarding then apply now.


The role is part-time role working 21 hours per week, which can be worked flexibly, over three to five working days.


We operate a hybrid-working policy. We have a well-equipped office in Kennington, London, SE11 4BU and can accommodate hybrid-working. There is a general requirement to attend 1-2 days on-site in the office.  We will always consider personal circumstances.


The Person

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and committed individual who is solutions-focussed and dedicated to delivering a high standard of service.  You should also have:


*        Previous experience working in administration is essential – previous HR or L&D experience is not essential

*        Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including preparing correspondence

*        Ability to build strong working relationships with colleagues

*        Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages

*        Excellent time management skills

*        Strong planning and organisational skills and the ability to manage varied and competing workloads

*        Excellent attention to detail

*        Able to work independently and as a team player on a broad range of tasks and projects


Closing Date: 31 May 2024 at 1pm

Interview Date: 6 June 2024 onwards


Further information on this role is detailed in the job description and person specification.


HCPC’s vision is to be recognised as an actively anti-discriminatory organisation that upholds and promotes best practice in equality, diversity and inclusion and an active ally for change. We aspire to have a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from a wide range of backgrounds to apply and join the HCPC.


Our values underpin what we do and how we do it, to help us operate to high standards and effectively as a regulator and employer. In addition to the core competencies for this role, we will also assess you against our values during the selection process: Please refer to the HCPC Values and Behavioural Framework.