Training Development Manager Short Term Contract Jobs Vacancy at Mcmullen Sons Cross
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Training Development Manager Short Term Contract Jobs Vacancy at Mcmullen Sons Cross Jobs Details:
TRAINING DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (SHORT-TERM CONTRACT)
To design, and conduct the initial execution, of a training programme that will strengthen our Retail team members’ knowledge and passion for beers brewed at the Hertford Brewery.
The Hertford Brewery are developing an increasing range of beers. Their taste and price should be competitive versus other brands, but the brewery lacks a sales and marketing function. Instead it relies on its Retail team members to promote the products, against competitor brands which have extensive marketing and global recognition. Currently our team members, at the bar and at the table in food pubs, do not have the product knowledge to compete this task.
It is expected that the trainer will be self-starting and will, within the main task brief, be able to independently develop the programme. Nonetheless, the following are likely to be relevant:
• understanding the relevant products, product categories and brand messages;
• understanding the extent of current staff knowledge and passion and the implication of staff turnover;
• understanding the diverse retail outlets and geographic challenges;
• reviewing existing training courses and communications tools;
• designing training tools to assist with the main task particularly online and internal social media opportunities;
• liaising with any third parties that may be required to deliver specialist media functions; and
• designing the monitoring and benchmarking schemes, and advising on sales incentives.
As an ancillary task the trainer may need to review the cellar service training and general beer keeping standards to ensure compatibility and integration with product training.
It is anticipated that this project should take between 3-6 months.
The applicant must have proven experience in designing and executing training programmes with structure and passion. A knowledge of beer is not required but is preferable.
£35,000 - £40,000 per annum depending on experience (and pro-rata dependant on the length of the contract)