22 days ago
  • LevelMid Level
  • ProfessionsContent Manager, Content Editor, Administrator
  • TypeFull Time
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

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Closing Date: 05-Jul-2024

We’d all like amazing work to do, and real work-life balance. That’s waiting for you at Sainsbury’s. We’re the first to say we do HR differently here. For a start, we work as business partners and specialists. That’s whether we’re making sure that nearly 180,000 colleagues are paid on time, or that our strategy is helping us attract the right people, put them in the right place, and unlock their talent. This is a fast-moving business and our policies and rewards keep up too. That’s why we’re as flexible as we can be about where and when you work. We’re also flexible about your future. There’s always room to move up or across, if that’s what you want. We really value different perspectives so there’s no one opinion, no single path, and yours is important. What’s certain is that you’ll be joining one of the happiest, most engaged teams in the business.
Why join us
At Sainsbury's People Division, our people are at the heart of everything we do, making them our most valuable asset. If you're looking for a rewarding opportunity where you can make a real impact on millions of customers' lives, then joining our People Development team as a Learning Content Administrator is the perfect choice. In this role, you'll have the chance to contribute to the administration and delivery of production processes, ensuring that learning content is efficiently tested, updated, and uploaded into our learning management system. With a strong focus on attention to detail and fantastic organisational skills, you'll work closely with a collaborative and supportive team to enhance the learning experience for our colleagues. Alongside a competitive salary, you'll have access to a wide range of learning and development opportunities, a bonus scheme, generous holiday allowance, pension, and colleague discounts at Sainsbury's, Argos, and Habitat.
What you'll do
As a Learning Content Administrator within the People Division team at Sainsbury's, your role will be crucial in supporting the administration and delivery of production processes for the learning experience design team. You will ensure that learning content is tested and uploaded into our learning management system, while making basic updates to existing content and providing research and evaluation support for various learning projects. In addition, you will collaborate closely with the learning technology team to manage admin processes in our learning platform, Cornerstone, and maintain up-to-date change management and asset management processes. Your excellent organisational skills, attention to detail, and tenacity will be essential in coordinating logistics for large-scale production activities, managing suppliers, and assisting with small projects that align with the wider learning strategy. Your proficiency in learning management system administration, particularly with Cornerstone, will be advantageous in this role. Alongside contributing to an influential team, you will enjoy a competitive salary, a range of learning and development opportunities, bonus scheme, holiday allowance, pension, save as you earn scheme, and colleague discounts across Sainsbury's, Argos, and Habitat.
Who you are
As a Learning Content Administrator for Sainsbury's People Division, you are a detail-oriented and highly organised professional with a strong commitment to supporting the administration and delivery of production processes in the learning experience design team. With your excellent attention to detail, you ensure that learning content is tested and uploaded accurately into the learning management system while adhering to inclusivity and accessibility design standards. Your tenacity and organisational skills enable you to effectively manage project planning updates, keep learning assignment guides up to date, and coordinate logistics for production activities. Your proficiency in learning management systems, particularly Cornerstone, allows you to navigate and administer content effectively. Additionally, your ability to build collaborative relationships and your expertise in Microsoft Office software and project planning tools contribute to your success in the role.
What you need to know and show
  • Fantastic tenacity and attention to detail.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • A sound understanding and prior experience of learning management systems and testing SCORM content.
  • Demonstrate that you can seek opportunities to connect with others and build productive and trusted relationships across teams, underpinned by you doing what you say you’ll do.
  • Confident, experienced user of Microsoft Office software and ideally have some knowledge of using project planning tools such as Excel and interactive collaboration tools such as Miro.
We are committed to being a truly inclusive retailer so you’ll be welcomed whoever you are and wherever you work. Around here, there’s always the chance to try something new — whether that’s as part of an evolving team or somewhere else across the business - and we take development seriously and promise to support you. We also recognise and celebrate colleagues when they go the extra mile and, where possible, offer flexible working. When you join our team, we’ll also offer you an amazing range of benefits. Here are some of them:
Starting off with colleague discount, you'll be able to save 10% on your shopping online and instore at Sainsbury's, Argos, TU and Habitat, and we regularly increase the discount to 15% at points during the year. We've also got you covered for your future with our pensions scheme and life cover. You'll also be able to share in our success as you may be eligible for a performance-related bonus of up to 5% of salary, depending on how we perform.
Your wellbeing is important to us too. You'll receive an annual holiday allowance and you can buy up to an additional week's holiday. We also offer other benefits that will help your money go further such as season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, health cash plans, salary advance (where you can access some of your pay before pay day) as well access to a great range of discounts from hundreds of other retailers. And if you ever need it there is also an employee assistance programme.
Moments that matter are as important to us as they are to you which is why we give up to 26 weeks’ pay for maternity or adoption leave and up to 4 weeks’ pay for paternity leave.
Please see www.sainsburys.jobs for a range of our benefits (note, length of service and eligibility criteria may apply).

Skills Required

  • Administrative Skills
  • Microsoft Office
  • Build Relationships

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