Business Partner - Organisational, Leadership and Education Development
Flexible

Job reference: 041059

Location: Flexible

Job closing date: 21/01/2021

Job posted date: 07/01/2021

Salary: Band 6 (£31,800 - £39,169)

Employment type: Permanent

Job Type: Administrative Services

Hours of work: 37.5

Department: Organisation, Leadership and Education Development

Employer (NHS Board) : NHS Education for Scotland

**** COVID-19 - Please note that during this time all interviews will be conducted remotely.  If successful you will also initially be working remotely in line with guidance from Scottish Government***


Agenda for Change Band 6; £30,401 to £38,046 per annum 
Full Time; 37.5 hours per week
Location: Glasgow or Edinburgh
Permanent 

Organisational Development, Leadership and Learning (ODLL) is a department within NHS Education for Scotland (NES) that offers a broad range of innovative learning, education and OD activities. 
As a Business Partner, you would work collaboratively with peers and colleagues to get the best outcome for learners and the people we work with. You would join us at a time where we are adapting our traditional development & delivery approaches as we respond and adapt to the busiest time we have known for the NHS. 


If you were in this role today, here’s some of the things you may be doing: 

•    Designing a new course with your colleagues to deliver digitally across the organisation 
•    Supporting team development through facilitation of workshops, created by you
•    Using data to analyse, evaluate and inform learning programmes 
•    Making recommendations on improvements to learning programmes 
•    Working collaboratively with external NHS colleagues on national work 
•    Supporting teams and individuals through organisational change 


Working with us means: 
•    Life-work balance and flexible working 
•    Collaborating with and empowering each other 
•    Using technology and new digital approaches, but remembering the human too
•    Supporting, guiding and sharing resources and knowledge with colleagues


What you’ll bring to us: 
You take initiative and are creative in finding solutions to problems, showing tenacity in positively challenging conventional approaches and stimulate change through stakeholder engagement. You’re enthusiastic, collaborative and believe in NHS Scotland values and NES Leadership Behaviours. 

Some of the knowledge, skills and experience you might have:
•    Qualified to SCQF level 9/10; a relevant professional qualification e.g. CIPD or proven work experience in learning, education and/or organisational development
•    Excellent analytical skills, with expertise in accessing, analysing and presenting a wide range of complex information 
•    Design and delivery of training and development interventions; virtually, digitally and face to face
•    Understanding and experience of contemporary education approaches, for example adult education and workplace learning


You can read more about the role in the Job Information Pack. If you would like an informal discussion about the role please contact laura.christie@nes.scot.nhs.uk 

 

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