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Talent Development Coordinator

  • Strategic Communications UK
  • London, England, United Kingdom
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Introduction to Teneo

Working exclusively with the CEOs and senior executives of the world’s leading companies, Teneo provides strategic counsel across their full range of key objectives and issues. Integrating the disciplines of strategic communications, investor relations, digital advisory, diversity & inclusion, management consulting, physical & cyber risk advisory, financial advisory, corporate governance advisory, political & policy risk advisory, and talent advisory, Teneo solves for the most complex business challenges and opportunities.

The People Team at Teneo

As a Talent Development Coordinator you'll manage the administration, co-ordination and logistical support for an impactful training offering and to be the first port of call for all training / learning queries, making a real difference to the business with a passion for creating opportunities and supporting others.

This role is an integral part of a collegiate, ambitious, and highly professional Global People team that aims to always drive innovation, efficiencies, and progressive people solutions to ensure we continue to be an employer of choice.

Key Responsibilities

  • To manage the coordination, scheduling and delivery of the Teneo core learning offering (virtual and in person)
  • Maintain training calendar
  • Monitor, action and track invite attendance; requests, responses and cancellations and inform team of actions that need to be taken
  • Supporting administration of learning activities: pre and post course, technical requirements, trainer requirements, appropriate information/joining instructions, delegate issues
  • Run feedback process and report findings
  • Work closely with the Talent Development Advisor, and internal stakeholders to ensure events run smoothly and fulfil their objectives
  • Support trainers with webinar chat functionality management in live virtual sessions
  • Manage Learning inbox(es), being an immediate contact for training requests, enquiries and learning activities, escalating to the Talent Development Advisor as required
  • Collating and coordinating training / learning data
  • Maintaining accurate training records and provide management information relating to training attendance
  • Monitor completion of online courses and suggest actions / improvements / issues
  • Book ad hoc training sessions for specific development needs
  • Support programmes and projects within the Talent Development team
  • Work with Talent Development Advisor to ensure intranet content, learning platforms and resources are kept up to date, remain current and fit for purpose
  • Maintaining the TD skills curriculum and accuracy of team processes and core information
  • Promote training and team on our internal intranet page
  • Support the implementation of development programmes, including but not exclusive to our Trainee Executive Development Programme
  • Processing invoices, checking PO's and tracking budget

Key Skills & Experience

  • Talented in organising activities while being able to prioritise and manage their time efficiently while being passionate about supporting and engaging employees / colleagues / clients
  • An experienced administrator, organiser and planner, with high attention to detail
  • A collaborative team player with previous experience in an administrative role and transferable project coordination skills
  • A self-starter who enjoys working in fast paced environments
  • Keen to learn about the business and feel comfortable in dealing with frequently changing requirements
  • Have strong Microsoft Office skills in particular outlook and some experience in designing slides with PowerPoint preferred but not essential
  • Experience in Articulate, Kraft CMS and LMS’ desirable but not essential

What we offer

An opportunity to be part of a friendly, innovative and highly motivated team. Building on your current experience you will be able to expand and enhance your skills in all areas of HR working in a busy but fun environment. You will have a dedicated Talent Manager to support your professional and personal development during your time at Teneo.

You can also get involved in our social, charity, well-being and inclusion committees made up of employees who are passionate about making a difference.

On top of that we offer:

  • A competitive basic salary
  • An excellent benefits package including annual discretionary bonus scheme, company pension scheme, life assurance, income protection insurance, Employee Assistance Programme and optional private health cover
  • Family benefits including enhanced maternity, paternity and shared parental leave policies, and maternity and returnee back-to-work coaching
  • 28 days’ holiday
  • A dedicated L&D programme for all employees in all roles
  • Perks include flexible working opportunities, annual volunteer day, cycle to work scheme, season ticket loan, active Culture and Social Teams, modern open-plan office space, showers and lockers, smart/casual dress code

About Teneo

Teneo advises business leaders, enabling them to achieve goals faster and at lower cost by earning trust, navigating disruption and removing barriers. We are built to help businesses succeed in a world no longer defined by boundaries and disciplines. Working exclusively with the CEOs and senior executives of the world’s leading companies, Teneo provides strategic counsel across their full range of key objectives and issues.

Our clients include a significant number of the FTSE 100 and Fortune 100, as well as other global public and private corporations.

We’re an ambitious, global consultancy which allows candidates unmatched opportunities to develop and work with inspiring, motivated people. Our teams bring together the disciplines of strategic communications, investor relations, restructuring, management consulting, physical & cyber risk, financial advisory, corporate governance advisory, ESG,  DE&I, political & policy risk, and talent advisory, to solve for the most complex business challenges and opportunities. We aim to make companies and institutions stronger and more valuable. We are capable of advising at the most senior levels across the world’s leading businesses and organisations and we’re proud to work with some of the strongest brands in the world.

Across the globe, Teneo employs more than 1,200 people, offering global reach from a light infrastructure, built out of regional hubs.

Our culture is critical to our success. We have a flat management structure with an open and supportive office atmosphere. To support progression and learning, we foster a supportive environment with a focus on mental health and wellbeing as well as adopting an inclusive environment that allows all employees to flourish.  We recognise that diversity is essential for our business and encourage applicants from all backgrounds.

At Teneo, we have fully embraced hybrid working and redefined the way we work such that it facilitates collaboration, optimises productivity and promotes the health and wellbeing of our people. We are adopting a 60:40 principle of office:remote working across our UK business which offers the flexibility to ensure that our people are empowered to find the right rhythm for themselves, our teams and our clients. We are also happy to discuss other forms of flexible working so please let us know if this is something you would like to discuss.

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