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Read on to find out what benefits there are to working with =mc.

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Salary & Rewards

We are committed to rewarding and recognising staff for excellent ongoing performance, in a fair and equitable manner. Your base starting salary, as a Learning and Development Consultant, will begin at £35,000 (as at 2021). Salaries for non-consultant roles will depend on the role and experience; we will always publish salaries when we advertise roles.

We encourage results and success at =mc and we’re keen to reward them. We have a reward system designed to help everyone who works at =mc Learning to share in overall business success. Your base salary will be reviewed every year in February after one year in post. You will be shown the salary bands for your role.  Finally we have an annual performance-related profit share, again based upon your contribution.

You can opt to work full or part-time. Your holiday allowance is 30 days plus public holidays (pro-rata for part-time employees). We provide the Nest pension scheme:

We want =mc Learning to be a great place to work, and our Wellness policy and approach supports that. We also provide Private Medical Insurance (optional).

Your Development

In coming to work at =mc, you’ll be joining an expanding, socially committed business. You’ll have opportunities for significant career development, building on your current skills through a range of projects. We can offer you:

  • A full or part time role
  • The chance to work with some of the most exciting and challenging organisations in the UK – Marie Curie Cancer Support, the Trussell Trust, the National Deaf Children’s Society, The Department for Education, and the National Trust
  • Opportunities to engage with high profile international charities such as The Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, UNICEF, CARE International, the World Food Programme and Greenpeace
  • An intensive in-house development programme to improve your skills and knowledge across all our core disciplines
  • An inclusive workplace, where you will contribute and have a real impact on the future direction and success of =mc

As a learning and development consultant, this will mean acquiring and being able to deliver several core =mc programmes – in leadership, personal effectiveness, communications etc. – as well as training in presentation skills. To begin with, you’ll deliver our standard training programmes and work on tailored in-house initiatives. Within six months, we’d expect you to be fully up and running and delivering core programmes on Project Management, Management Development and Personal Effectiveness, whether with charities, local authorities, international development agencies or small arts organisations. You’ll also be expected to deliver standard programmes in specific fields such as Fundraising or Communications.

Outstanding Consultants will have opportunities to develop and become Senior Consultants, responsible for business winning, managing specific projects and supporting team development.

For other roles, we will provide continuous investment in your professional and personal development.

There is no one path that is exactly the same for every person who joins =mc. You’ll be offered as much responsibility as and when you want and can manage. And your development programme will be tailored to your needs.

We also ensure we develop as a team. This means regular team meetings, and creativity sessions where we develop our offers and our business. We regularly get together to share ideas on the new business and marketing plans, relax, learn new techniques collectively and share ideas.