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Education & Advocacy Industrial Placement 2024

Titolo della posizione: Retail

Tipologia di contratto: Stage

Orario di lavoro: Full - Time

Sede: London

Paese: United Kingdom

Based: Current Location: White City, London

Duration: 1 Year

Start Dates: Monday 1st July 2024

Annual Salary: £22,000 per annum

Application Deadline : Rolling recruitment 

At L’Oréal Learning and Development are at the heart of everything we do; we are committed to giving our employee’s the opportunity for self- amelioration at every turn. In this role you will play a key part in ensuring that we continue to drive training and e-learning, whilst driving brand loyalty

Day-to-day you may be...

  • Managing the day to day admin of the E-learning websites sites including registration, new account uploads, mailbox management – aiming for a 24 hour response rate.
  • Managing the fulfillment process of the E-learning Rewards programmes with our external stakeholders.
  • Support the team with E-learning reports, providing ad hoc reports and monthly performance insights for the websites.
  • Support with new content uploads to LMS and creation of artwork such as banners, thumbnails, social posts.
  • Support the sales teams & customers with day-to-day queries
  • Place NCO’s for Adademy and other education initiatives.
  • Support with organization and setup of training webinars/events/Academies. Manage bookings and communication to customers
  • Work closely with Education Managers to assist in the creation of advocacy projects to drive brand loyalty.
  • Work closely with Education Managers to provide engaging product and brand content for our social accounts. 

You have... 

In order to be successful in this role you will have:

  • Strong communication and networking skills – verbal and writing
  • Excellent attention to detail 
  • Results driven and respect for deadlines
  • Proactivity and the ability to multi-task
  • Strong project management skills and evidence of seeing things through to completion

We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic and disabled candidates as they are currently under-represented in our organisation. We are signatories of the Race at Work Charter led by Business in the Community and are committed to improving employment opportunities for people of colour across the UK. We also welcome applications from LGB and Trans and non-binary candidates.

  • 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). 

Next steps...

Once you click apply you will be asked some questions to check you are eligible for this role. These will be questions around your current situation, whether you’re happy with the salary, location etc.




If you are eligible to apply, you will then be sent a link via email to ‘Step 2’ of the application process; the online assessments. Keep an eye out for this (it might even land in your spam folder!). Although there is no deadline for completion, the quicker you submit your answers the quicker we can continue to move you through the process!




Once we have your results, our recruiters will conduct a final review of your entire application and if successful, invite you to an Assessment Centre. Please be patient with us as we receive a high volume of applications and want to spend time going through each of them.




Our Assessment Centres this year will mostly be in person, they will be running from when applications open until the roles are filled. These Assessment Centres are specific to function, so please be patient if you don’t get invited straight away – it might just be because your function’s Assessment Centre date isn’t until later on in the recruitment period!




Please note, if you apply for more than one role you will be put forward for the one we deem most suitable for you. If you have a strong preference, please only apply to that one role to ensure you are considered for the correct role.