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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.
London is the capital and largest city in the United Kingdom. Many people may believe that the history of London goes back to the Roman times, there is evidence of settlements in London dating back to the New Stone Age. London is considered to be one of the most important global cities. London has always remained the top three most visited cities in the world. There are 32 districts including the City of London.
Along the River Thames, you will find a number of famous attractions, including Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Tower Bridge. London's observation wheel, known as the London Eye provides amazing views of the entire city.
What's Big In London?
Every year, London plays hosts to new businesses. With an ever increasing population meaning a constantly growing workforce, London beats the likes of New York and Singapore to become, according to Forbes in 2017, the most influential city in the world. It is often regarded as the Business Capital of Europe. There is never a shortage of business jobs in London, with plenty of jobs to go around in many sectors of work. London also has one of the most diverse workforce around the world with language jobs on the rise around the city. For language jobs with Kelly, click here.
With all the fancy buildings and offices in and around the city it is important to keep the businesses running smoothly, you can find Kelly's very own Office Manager job here.
To find more jobs we have open in London, click here.