Recruitment Learning & Development Trainer

San Francisco, California
Negotiable

Learning & Development Trainer

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (With occasional travel to our NYC office)

Compensation Negotiable

Are you an experience L&D trainer wanting to be a part of a global leading recruitment agency? Maybe you have several years of experience in 360 recruitment and are looking to take the next step in your recruitment career within learning and development? Due to rapid growth, our San Francisco office is looking for a Learning & Development Consultant to support our exciting growth phase in the US.

About Harnham:

Harnham is the global leaders in data & analytics recruitment with offices in San Francisco, New York City, London & Berlin. Our vision is to set the industry standard for learning within recruitment. Over the last 18 months, we've re-designed our new consultant induction journey and formalized development for all consultants for their first 2 years in the business. We even have our own online learning portal, Harnham Hive, where we use videos and digital learning to support the interactive workshops.

What you'll do:

You will be responsible for delivering our consultant development program and providing 1:1 at desk coaching support to ensure that all new US consultants get up to speed, reducing the time for them to make their first placement. You'll spend your time supporting consultants in our 2 US office locations but mainly providing workshops and trainings for our San Francisco recruitment consultants, however you'll also get the opportunity to deliver workshops to our New York office on a quarterly basis. In addition, you'll:

  • Deliver and evolve the New Starter Development Program and Experienced Consultant Programs
  • 1 to 1 mentoring and coaching delivered to new starters in order to ensure continued advancement and maximum profitability
  • 80% utilization time per month (delivery of workshops, 1-2-1 coaching, design of new workshops)
  • Regular interaction with the sales team, providing critical advice on offer management, business development and candidate skills.
  • Responsibility for analysis, preparation and delivery of group training
  • Monitoring of employee engagement levels and development pathways to ensure maximum retention of staff.
  • Regular updates with Managers and Directors across the US offices to define learning needs and to ensure consultants are tracking as required.
  • Working closely with key stakeholders and the Head of L&D to support and enhance the development strategy ensuring that is aligned with business needs.
  • Designing supporting documents and tools to help embed the learning within the sales business
  • Ad hoc projects where required (Culture workshops, Business Improvement, etc.)

What you bring to the table:

  • Expert knowledge of recruitment - ideally in specialist sector
  • 1-2 years' experience of L&D within recruitment would be advantageous
  • Around 3-4 years' experience as a successful 360 biller
  • Enthusiastic, engaging with a positive attitude
  • Strong communication skills, ability to build rapport and long-term relationships
  • High level of verbal and written communication skills

What you'll get from Harnham:

  • Personal development plan and mentoring from our Head of L&D
  • Video reviews and developmental Feedback
  • Harnham's Trainer Bootcamp- Advanced Trainer Skills
  • Weekly team meetings
  • Monthly team training sessions
  • Digital learning design theory (if interested)
  • Full healthcare benefits
  • 401k matching
  • 20 days' vacation, plus 9 public holidays & sick days
  • 1 charity day per year to spend a day with a charity of your choice on full pay
  • Dress down Fridays
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