London and Essex
Up to £32,000 DOE
Job Title: Talent and Early Careers Advisor
Location: Home based with travel around London and Essex
Salary: Up to £32,000 DOE
Contract Type: 12 month FTC
Hours: 37.5 Full-time
Anchor Hanover Group is the largest provider of specialist housing and care for people in later life in England, employing more than 9,000 people throughout England. We provide more than 60,000 homes for older people, and are a trusted care provider with more than 100 care homes.
We know that quality services start with quality people. We work hard to be recognised as a leading employer and are committed to retaining and attracting the best in our industry.
At Anchor Hanover Group we believe in values. We are Accountable, Respectful, Courageous and Honest. We believe our people should be proud of the work they do making a difference to society and our customers.
About the role
You will be responsible for developing a pipeline of talent that meets the business needs through running quality initiative and programmes that support new people into care, and associated support services roles, ultimately developing a talent pool of people with potential. Provide a capable, confident and skilled workforce through effective use of qualifications, apprenticeships, learning interventions and development opportunities.
You will be required to maintain strong stakeholder relationships to fully understand the Talent and Early Careers requirements for an assigned business area and support stakeholders in developing and maintaining their talent and succession plans. You will need to keep up to date with industry and organisational focus areas relating to Talent and Early Careers and collaborate with internal departments to maximise opportunities for talent and early career development.
You will provide support and mentoring for apprentices within own area, including regular visits and facilitating workshops/away days. Delivery the myFUTURE programme within own area as required as part of this role alongside maintaining L&D interventions to ensure they remain relevant and up to date and reflect changes both within the business and sector as well as new thinking in L&D.
You will have previous experience of working within the care sector and have up to date knowledge of qualification & apprenticeship procedures and practices. You will be able to communicate very well - both written and verbally and have good experience of using the full Microsoft packages and a willingness to learn bespoke IT. You will be able to work independently, delivering to stringent deadlines and prioritises well and successfully manages own workload.
You will be experienced in stakeholder management and in supporting talent. You will have a previous experience of working with learning systems and e-portfolio, delivering training and developing bespoke workshops desirable
Ideally, you will have a certificate in training and/or coaching and preferably hold adult social care qualification up to Level 5.
Hundreds of talented professionals with a range of specialist skills and experience based in our Bradford and London offices make up our Support Services. While we all do very different things, we work towards the same goal of improving the lives of the older people who live with us.
Anchor Hanover Group is formed as part of a recent merger between Anchor Trust and Hanover Housing Association. As such Anchor Hanover Group is going through a period of organisational change and this position may be reviewed in 2019.
To find out more about recent merger please visit our merger pages
As England’s largest not-for-profit provider of care and housing for older people, we’re able to negotiate great deals and benefits for our people. Here are just a few of the things you’ll get when you work with Anchor Hanover.
- Exclusive discounts on high-street shopping
- Pension plan (3.75% employee, 6% employer contribution)
- Extensive career progression opportunities
- Flexible working
- Ability to buy & sell annual leave