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Development Coordinators

​Learning and Development Coordinators play a leading role in organising and following up on learning activities for incoming scientists. They contribute to the ongoing shaping of the development of future scientists, researching best practice in areas like mentoring and apprenticeships, proposing potential new L&D activities and initiatives and helping to create an effective learning environment for the future of Science.

The candidates working in these roles would be working for LifeArc, a British medical and life science charity helping scientists and organisations turn their research into treatments and diagnostics for patients. Workers in this field would have a vision to shape the future of the medical sciences industry. The have offices throughout the country, with the majority of their work in and around London.

L&D Coordinators are proactive, inquisitive problem-solvers with strong communication skills and have a genuine interest in Learning & Development. Organised and with an eye for detail, they are also flexible team members with the ability to multi-task.  Above all as they are self-starters, L&D coordinators are willing to learn and develop their own skills.

If this sounds like a job for you, contact Kelly, with our specialists in Birmingham able to assist you in finding you new job in L&D.

​Birmingham is a major city in England's West Midlands region with multiple Industrial Revolution-era landmarks. It is England's second largest city with a population of over 4.4 million. It is also one of the youngest city in Europe with an average population of around 25.

Birmingham remains to be one of Britain's oldest industrial cities seeing advances in science and technology in the past century. With a total of six universities in the area, it is the second biggest centre for education outside of London. Birmingham is also home to Britain's very own Cadbury World.

What Jobs Are Big In Birmingham?

Thanks to Birmingham's industrial past, the area remains to be Britain's manufacturing hot spots. According to statistics, Britain is the world's ninth largest manufacturer measured by output and exports. Some of the world's innovative industrial organisations have kept their plants in the Midlands thanks to the skilled workforce that exists in the area.

Construction is also a growing industry in the area, with the sector being responsible for a huge proportion of Birmingham's local economy. This is again thanks to the workforce that exists in Midlands as well as the businesses that provide building opportunities for people such as Building Services Operatives just outside Birmingham.

Birmingham has one of Kelly's biggest hubs specialising in manufacturing jobs. To find out how we can support you, get in touch with our specialists here.

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