Training Partnerships Practitioner
3 months fixed term – starting January 2021 and ending April 2021
Part time – 0.6 FTE
Salary £30,012 pro rata
Winston’s Wish is a national charity providing support to children who have been bereaved. We are now recruiting a 0.6 FTE training partnerships practitioner to develop, promote and deliver online bespoke bereavement training to schools and youth workers who have been at most risk during the Covid-19 pandemic. This role can be based at either of our office locations (Cheltenham or Hove).
The successful candidate will be responsible for researching key areas at risk, identifying the training needs and working with the wider team to develop and deliver a bespoke training package of support.
All applicants will have a relevant professional qualification in working in education, training or learning. Applicants will have at least 3 years’ experience of working with children, young people and families in a health, social care, youth, community or education setting. You should be enthusiastic about working as part of a dynamic and creative team and you will have an excellent consulting mindset with the ability to quickly assimilate information and to translate into potential solutions and ways of working.
This is a key role in developing, promoting and delivering online bespoke bereavement training to schools and youth workers who have been at most risk during the Covid-19 pandemic. You will be responsible for researching key areas at risk, identifying the training needs and working with the wider team to develop and deliver a bespoke training package of support.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
Professional Skills and Abilities
Salary and Benefits
How to apply
Application forms can be found at www.winstonswish.org/about-us/working-at-winstons-wish/
Completed application forms should be sent to email@example.com. Applications can also be posted to HR Team, Winston’s Wish, 17 Royal Crescent, Cheltenham, GL50 3DA.
Please remember to include your self-declaration form, either as a separate document or in a sealed envelope
Use of Curriculum Vitae (CVs)
Our policy is to recruit our employees on the basis of their suitability for the work to be done. An application form allows us to compare individuals based on like for like information and as such we do not accept a CV unless accompanied by a fully completed application form.
Deadline for applications:03/12/2020–to be received no later than 5pm
Interview date: 14/12/2020
Interview location: Digital Interview (Zoom)
Retention of personal information
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