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Woodrow Mercer – Learning Business Partner (Technology) – London, UK

Woodrow Mercer are recruiting on behalf of a global professional services firm based in London, who are searching for a learning business partner with expertise in the world of technology.

In this position, you will consult internally focusing on technical learning needs of technology teams ie. Software engineering, QA, Cloud, UX/UI etc.

Using your understanding of the tech industry, you will business partner with various stakeholders to identify, scope and validate learning needs, creating and deploying the appropriate learning solutions using a blended approach, incorporating the 70:20:10 model.

What is required from you?

* Experience working in L&D for technology businesses – An understanding of tech project lifecycles and ability to demonstrate credibility in front of technical experts

* TNA and validation of needs, creating and planning of technical learning programmes for technology staff

* Able to identify correct specialist vendors and build strong relationships where necessary

* Flexibility and able to navigate through change and ambiguity

In return for your skills and experience you will be offered an excellent salary, car allowance, bonus, comprehensive benefits as well as career development, L&D and a high performing team culture in a business group with cutting edge technology at the heart of what they do.

For more information, please speak to Stephen Broadley at Woodrow Mercer
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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-117381
  • Permanent
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