A newly created role, you will have the chance to work with the Aurora Academy business lead and the HR team to elevate learning and development across Aurora globally. The learning and development coordinator will be instrumental in driving a continuous learning culture, further embedding one of our key company values, ‘what’s next?’ You can make the role your own and develop it as you see fit – to meet the needs of our people and business.
You will have responsibility for the coordination and administration of all learning & development activities and ensure the development and maintenance of robust learning and development systems and processes. You will thrive on juggling a variety of tasks and working at pace in a very busy and growing HR team. We are a close-knit, fun bunch and are hugely supportive of each other. Our main mantra is ‘one HR; one team’, we strive to develop individual capability characterised by personal accountability and a shared responsibility. Our other mantra, ‘better never stops’, underpins our determination to deliver HR excellence in everything we do.
- Partner with business leaders and employees to identify learning needs, conduct the global annual training needs collection and analysis
- Collaborate with the Learning & Development business sponsor and internal stakeholders to build out a variety of learning paths (leadership, technical, graduate)
- Organise, book, communicate and coordinate learning and development activities across the business
- Collate and analyse training evaluation information
- Research and budget costs for internal and external training courses
- Maintain and update databases and training attendance records
- Ensure mandatory courses are executed within outlined timeframes
- Facilitate internal training programs, manage the pool of internal trainers & associated assets
- Communicate upcoming development activities within the business
- Talk to individuals 1:1 about their development needs
- Work with key stakeholders to create plans for all mandatory compliance training, various learning paths and discrete learning needs
- A Level equivalent or above and/or 1-2 years proven work experience working in L&D planning, coordination and administration
- Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to build relationships at all levels
- Confident in interacting with others
- Be a self-motivated individual and a real team player with the empathy and drive to succeed and work autonomously when necessary
- Excellent time management, administration and organisational skills
- Excellent MS skills particularly Outlook (diary management), MS PowerPoint, Excel & Word
- Flexible approach to work with a can-do attitude, taking pride in delivering outstanding work
- Willingness to proactively take on new tasks whilst effectively managing a varied workload
- Ability to use initiative, forward think and work under pressure
- Ability to work to deadlines and manage conflicting priorities whilst maintaining good attention to detail
What we offer
- A fun, informal and international work culture
- An office in the centre of Oxford with coffee, fruit and snacks available in the office
- A competitive salary package
- Access to the Aurora Academy, our training programme offering a range of opportunities to develop your skills
At Aurora we will consider all requests for flexible working. For most roles, the following types of flexibility are usually possible: a hybrid model of remote and in-office working, part-time hours and flexible start and finish times. Please talk to us at interview about the flexibility we could offer and we will explore what’s possible for the role.
The Company is committed to the principle that no employee or job applicant shall receive unfavourable treatment on grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage and civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity.
From its academic roots, Aurora Energy Research has grown to become the largest dedicated power market analytics company in Europe, providing data-driven intelligence for strategic decisions in the global energy transformation. We are a diverse team of more than 250 experts with vast energy, financial and consulting backgrounds, covering power, hydrogen, carbon and fossil commodities. We are active in Europe, Australia and the US, working with world-leading organisations to provide comprehensive market intelligence, bespoke analytic and advisory services, and cutting-edge software.
We are a thriving, rapidly growing company with offices in Oxford, Berlin, Madrid, Sydney and Austin, and more opening soon. We currently serve around 600 of Europe’s most influential energy sector participants, including utilities, investors and governments, and expect to continue to grow rapidly, adding new countries and products to our portfolio.