Do you like to contribute to an inspiring Learning & Development culture at the TU/e? Do you have affinity with a broad variety of L&D related themes, and like to further develop and grow your skills? We are looking for a junior colleague who likes to contribute to a high-quality L&D offer in an inspiring team. The focus of this position is on the operational level, where you will be responsible for various projects and are being coached by senior specialists. In the long term, there might be opportunities to grow to a senior L&D specialist role.
What will you be doing?
As a Junior L&D coordinator, one of your main tasks will be coordinating the existing learning solutions offered for our variety of staff (e.g. scientific staff, professional staff). Besides your coordinators role, you will be challenged to carry out projects related to L&D topics. In these projects you will work in close collaboration with the senior L&D specialists and with various other people both within HRM and the whole TU/e. This allows you to identify and develop your talents. Your internal drive matters!
Offer support in projects and the development of new learning interventions for a variety of key topics for the TU/e (e.g., teacher professionalization, social safety, wellbeing, talent development, leadership, ….).
Excited by this challenge? Great! Do the following points sufficiently match your experience, ambition and profile? Then we’d like to hear from you!
Preferably experienced within the context of government institutions or academia.
Do the following terms and conditions of employment appeal to you?
The service consists of approximately 100 colleagues and is composed of the HR Services & E-HRM, HR Advice, Policy, Learning & Development and OSHE&R divisions. In this position, you will be part of the Learning & Development (L&D) division. HRM L&D encourages talent, continuous development and innovation in order to make the best use of human potential. We want to support the departments, services, institutes and all employees of TU/e to continuously develop and adapt to internal and external changes.
Eindhoven University of Technology
TU/e is a leading Dutch university that educates students and advances knowledge in science and technology for the benefit of humankind. We strive to be an internationally leading academic institution that pushes the boundaries of science and technology. We educate engineers of the future, who combine in-depth knowledge of technology with the skills to tackle challenges around the world. We create responsible innovations and make contributions to societal challenges in close partnerships with society and industry. And we have a strong and recognizable voice in the academic and public debate about technology and its impact on society.
TU/e is a community of academics, support staff, students and partners. People are the heart and soul of TU/e, so it is of great importance to maintain the distinctive Eindhoven atmosphere and to nurture a personal, welcoming and vibrant environment that enables individuals and groups to grow professionally and personally. Four core values represent what we stand for as a TU/e community: Personal, Open, Engaged, Curious.
Additional information can be found at:
Our university: https://www.tue.nl/en/our-university
Research within TU/e: https://www.tue.nl/en/research
Our campus: https://www.tue.nl/en/tue-campus
Questions about the position can be sent to Cynthia Schreuder, Manager HRM L&D (c.schreuder[at]tue.nl), or Suzan Rondeel, HR Advisor HRM (s.rondeel[at]tue.nl). If you are interested in this position, please upload your motivation letter and resumé using the ‘apply now’ button. Diversity and equal opportunities are very important to us. We look forward to hearing from you regardless of your background, sex/gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion or age.
Please visit www.tue.nl/jobs to find out more about working at TU/e!