Learning & Performance Associate

  • Salary: €33.35 ph DOE
  • REF Number: 00049339
  • Consultant: Natasha Young
  • Contact: 01246 457739
  • Date Published: 24.11.2020
  • Closed Date: 12.01.2021
  • Sector: Pharmaceutical
  • Location: Dun Laoghaire, Ireland (Dublin area)
  • Discipline: Human Resources, Other

CK Group are recruiting for a Learning & Performance Associate to join a biopharmaceutical company at their site based in Dun Laoghaire on a on a contract basis for 12 months.

Salary:

From €30 per hour depending upon experience

Learning& Performance Associate Role:

  • Coordinates the New Hire Orientation program including annual schedule, NHO timetable, collecting and (where applicable) actioning feedback, liaising with managers, service providers and Talent Acquisition.
  • Delivers training on the Learning Management System.
  • Supports L&P Business Partners with Online training requests, Training Impact Assessments and ad hoc queries.
  • Writes and modifies instructional and training materials as required and ensures thattraining materials are integrated with internal LMS and assigned per defined business processes.

Your Background:

  • Knowledge of adult learning methodologies, instructional design, and curriculum development
  • Experience in performance consulting and needs analysis
  • Experience using ADDIES or other instructional design methodology in the creation of training materials
  • Experience with the business processes surrounding the use of learning management or training systems (e.g., SumTotal, ISOtrain) is a plus

Company:

Our client is one of the worlds leading manufacturers of biosimilar and biopharmaceutical products used in the treatment of a wide range of human healthcare conditions from cancer to arthritis.

Location:This Learning & Performance Associate role will be based at our clients site in Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin

Apply:

For more information, please contact Natasha Young on +44 1246 457739 or email irishcontracts@ckagroup.co.uk. Please quote reference 49339.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in Ireland.

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