Early Careers Programme Coordinator - Human Resources - South East England Vacancy ID : 010784Location : London Contact Person : Matt RobyContact Email : Job Title : Early Careers Programme Coordinator Department : Human Resources Locations : South East England (flexible but regular and frequent access to our London HQ will be required) Job Profile : Supported by the Talent & Development manager, as well as the wider HR team, this position will proactively manage the day-to-day administration and support of our early career programmes nationwide, focussed primarily on our graduate, apprenticeship, placement year and work experience cohorts and activities.
Providing exposure to a range of varied activities including recruitment and selection, training & qualifications, employee skills and experience maximisation, career events, academic institution outreach and engagement activities, plus liaison with a number of external providers and supporting our online platforms, this is a busy, vibrant and rewarding role.
There will also be opportunities to participate in wider projects and activities delivered by the HR team, particularly around Corporate Citizenship, diversity and inclusion, communication and engagement and people data analytics and insight. Main tasks :
Manage the day-to-day running of our early career programmes across graduate, apprenticeship, placement year and work experience cohorts
Oversee the recruitment and selection cycles for our early career programmes, engaging with the wider HR team and business leaders and specialists on their delivery.
Manage the annual training cycles for the early career programmes.
Co-ordinate the skills development rotation plan for our London-based graduate cohorts
Manage the Company’s apprenticeship levy account to ensure funds available are used effectively and have impact.
Supporting the Company’s corporate citizenship activities where early careers activities can be influential including, but not limited to, our work with Real Estate Balance, Property Needs You, and academic institutions.
Support, develop and maintain a programme of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for early careers groups.
Lead liaison with RICS course universities and our apprenticeship providers.
Lead liaison with our early careers training providers and support community, including specialist trainers, internal subject matter experts, student counsellors and line managers and their wider teams.
Manage and develop the provision of work experience and internship opportunities within LSH.
Work alongside the HR team generalists and specialists to support interventions for early careers individuals, when required.
Participate in wider HR team projects, initiatives and activities, as required.
Work with the HR Operations team to ensure people data and reporting around our early career programmes are robust and accurate, suggesting developments and improvements / changes when required.
Ensuring data changes are implemented accurately, as required and develop reports and insight for internal consumption within the HR team and wider LSH business.
Travel occasionally to attend career fairs (or similar events) and visit other LSH offices when required.
Technical Skills Required :
Experience working with and supporting early careers groups and programmes / activities in a similar role preferable.
Good knowledge of, or experience with, the RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) desirable but not essential.
Understanding the journey from graduate to professional accreditation is more important.
A track record of successfully working and communicating with colleagues at all levels of the business, as well as external partners.
Experience working within an HR team environment.
Strong organisational, literacy and numeracy skills.
Strong proficiency in MS office applications, primarily MS Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint
Highly motivated to deliver quality output and service, with ability to multi-task, prioritise and manage multiple stakeholders
Enthusiasm for supporting early careers journeys and a desire to want to help young people succeed in their ambitions
Proactive and energised behaviour style that brings vitality and drive to the HR function.
Able to demonstrate high resilience levels and capability in managing multiple tasks
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.