Are you a fun, caring, exceptional individual? If so you've come to the right place. As much as we want to make people feel at home on a sofa they love, we want you to feel at home in a job you love. There are a lot of cogs that turn in Sofology to keep us running, and yours is a vital one.
We are looking to hire a creative and highly engaging Talent and Learning Advisor who will specialise in recruitment, on-boarding, inducting and training a wide variety of personal development skills and competencies. This role will concentrate around the entire end to end life-cycle of the many different roles that work within our organisation. You will prioritise workloads to meet the demands of the Talent and Learning Team and take on additional duties where applicable.
Attracting and sourcing relevant talent for Head Office, Retail and Operational positions using a wide range of attraction channels and methods.
Maintaining our Employer Brand through relevant communications and use of a wide range of channels both online and physical.
Deliver a positive end to end candidate experience regardless of role or outcome.
Manage the on-boarding for all new employees from offer to 1st day in the business.
Deliver a world-class induction programme for all new employees across the business.
Work with subject matter experts to develop, create and present learning content that underpins wider business objectives.
Support a learning culture by working along side People Managers and Heads of Departments to advise on learning opportunities that support identified learning needs.
What are we looking for:
Previous experience in a Learning and Development/Training role.
Previous experience in a Recruitment role.
A clear understanding of the employee lifecycle.
Use of Recruitment and Learning systems/technologies.
Ability to build rapport with a wide range of stakeholders.
Excellent communication skills.
A creative and innovative thinker with an ability to engage different levels and areas of the organisation.
An ability to positively challenge the status quo.