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Training and Induction Officer - Port Health
  • Employer: North East Lincolnshire Council
  • Reference: P099
  • Published: Wed 23/09/2020, 16:15 PM
  • Closing on: Sun 04/10/2020, 21:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: NJC19 £25,481
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: North East Lincolnshire, NE Lincolnshire

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Training and Induction Officer - Port Health

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Job Title:         Training and Induction Officer (Port Health)

Salary:             NJC19 £25,481

Hours:             37 hours per week

Contract:        Fixed Term for 12 months

Location:        North East Lincolnshire

 

Due to the expansion of North East Lincolnshire Council’s area of Port Health, an exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate and enthusiastic Training and Induction Officer to join the People & Culture team. The main duty of the role will be developing the induction and ongoing professional development of our vastly growing Port Health Team. The successful individual will design and deliver a range of training interventions across Port Health, including the whole training cycle from start to finish.

 

What you need to know about us

As an authority that is transforming its operating model, embracing an agenda of whole system leadership, commissioning for outcomes and enabling the growth of place and if you are comfortable with the prospect of being part of a team that seeks to demonstrate values based, distributed and restorative leadership then we look forward to receiving your application.

The authority provides a range of services to the people of North East Lincolnshire, ranging from children services to environment such as waste operations, as well as working in partnership with a broad range of organisations all striving to achieve the best outcomes of the borough.

Within NELC, the People & Culture team are going through a period of exciting change in which we are moving towards a new framework of operation structured around the EACH model (Lucy Adams).

 

What you need to know about the role

The Training and Induction Officer will design, support and coordinate the induction programme for new starters into Port Health. A key part of the role is to ensure compliance with NELC mandatory training courses, co-ordination and delivery of government training packages to ensure all team members are trained in any specific software and legislation related to Port Health.

The role will support the development of Port Health staff by working closely with the Learning and Development Manager and key stakeholders in Port Health to understand the learning requirements of the area and develop solutions which address current and future needs of Port Health.

As part of the Learning and Development team you will also contribute to wider meetings and are expected to provide detailed information and KPIs on the development and success of your area.

 

What we need to know about you

As this is a new role you will be flexible, adaptable and able to work in an exciting and changing environment. You will have experience and confidence in delivering training to groups with flair and energy with the ability to keep people engaged at all times. One to one support and coaching will be something you are comfortable with and you will have proven experience in this area. You will understand what makes an induction experience successful and how to encourage ongoing professional development. Fluency with Microsoft Office is expected, especially with PowerPoint and similar programmes.

Experience of eLearning design and delivery is beneficial, as is facilitation of remote training such as webinars or focus groups. An understanding of blended learning techniques and other L&D theories is also a beneficial skill to have.

It would be advantageous if you have experience of working in a complex organisation and/or a regulatory environment.

You will act as a catalyst for growth within Port Heath and across the wider Learning and Development team, supporting with behavioural and culture change as well as helping NELC to maximise the capability of its people and increase engagement levels.

 

Why work for us?

North East Lincolnshire is a great place to work and there are lots of benefits our employees can access. Here are some of the main benefits:

  • Flexible Working Options – agile working, compressed hours, term time working, flexi-time, home working. All to enable a work/life balance.
  • Salary Sacrifice Scheme – saves tax and national insurance by exchanging part of your gross salary for non-cash benefits such as; Holiday Extra – to purchase additional annual leave, Childcare Vouchers, Cycle to Work scheme and Tusker Cars (beneficial rate car lease)
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Health Cash Plan – to claim cash back on a range of healthcare costs
  • Credit Union
  • Discounts on mobile phones, computers, holiday and travel, fashion and clothing, health & beauty and many other products and services
  • Car Parking Permit
  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • A minimum of 24 days holiday + 8 bank holidays per year (based on a 37 hour week)

 

For an informal chat about the role, please contact Daniel Paterson on 01472 324094 or email Daniel.Paterson@nelincs.gov.uk

 

Interview will be held week commencing: Monday, 12th October 2020

Closing Date: Sunday, 4th October 2020 at 9pm

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