LOreal : HR Learning Industrial Placement
At L'Oréal we firmly believe that the end of your education doesn’t mark the end of your learning. We’re passionate about ensuring all our employees are constantly developing their skills with on-the-job learning - everything from courses, networking sessions and in house training.
As L'Oréal’s Learning Intern you’ll be developing your own skills and knowledge while helping others to do the same. You don’t have to become that mean teacher who gives everyone homework, but instead you’ll get to put together engaging seminars and training sessions, produce learning materials and organise speakers.
How you'll expect to spend your day
- Actively involved in coordinating the ‘learning needs analysis’ meetings with senior managers across the business.
- Keeping our learning database up to date with local and international courses.
- Registering and tracking employee attendance for local and international seminars.
- Promoting new trainings by building communication plans e.g. creating posters, writing articles and arranging ‘drop in’ sessions.
- Managing the logistical and material preparation for our events and training sessions.
- Analysing the participant feedback to make sure our courses are timely and relevant.
- Assisting in managing the 2 day new starter seminar ‘Discovery’ - managing internal speakers, logistics and registration of participants.
- Helping to run the back-end of the Book My Learning app
- In your second year at University on a course which enables you to take an Industrial Placement Year (unfortunately if you are graduated you are not eligible).
- In order to be successful in this role you will have:
- Excellent communication skills: ability to build genuine relationships at all levels
- Organisation skills: ability to plan, co-ordinate and react quickly to changes, to prioritise and manage your own workload.
- Attention to detail: ability to analyse data and draw conclusions, you‘ll be able to learn systems quickly and use Excel spreadsheets.
- Creative thinking: generate new ideas and ways to animate our learning offer e.g. icebreaker games and PowerPoint design
One must be eligible to work in the UK.
How to apply
Once you click apply, if you are eligible for the role you will be sent a link via email to an online assessment. In this we would like you to answer three questions, two written and one via video. There is no time limit on this so please don’t feel obligated to do this straight away, however, the quicker you get it finished the quicker we can continue to move you through the process!
After this, if you are successful you will be put in a waiting list to attend one of our Assessment Centres. Please note that we get hundreds of applications and we work on a first come, first serve basis so please be patient and we will contact you if you have been given a place in an Assessment Centre (but this may take a few weeks!).