Chorley, Lancashire

NJC points 14 (£22,462) to 19 (£24,799)

Temporary, Full-time

About the organisation

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Job Description

Job title: Training Quality Coordinator
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract: 12 months fixed term contract
Salary: NJC points 14 (£22,462) to 19 (£24,799)
Responsible to: Training Lead
Location: Chorley, with extensive travel across Lancashire and South Cumbria
 
Are you an experienced Trainer, passionate about improving mental wellbeing? We seek a motivated individual to deliver mental health and suicide prevention training, whilst monitoring the quality of our training offer.
 
Lancashire Mind is the leading mental health charity in Lancashire. Our work enables people in Lancashire to value and take care of their mental health. Our passionate and dedicated team, challenge misconceptions about mental health, develop resilience in people from an early age and work with communities to improve mental wellbeing.

We are at a key point in the development of our training programme as we build on our current workplace wellbeing service to support new communities and user groups. As part of this development, over the next 12 months, we are leading a partnership of training providers to deliver suicide prevention interventions across Lancashire and South Cumbria as part of the Integrated Care System (ICS) suicide prevention and reduction scheme.

We want to build on our existing training and workplace wellbeing service to broaden our delivery and reach more communities across Lancashire and we now seek an experienced trainer to add capacity to our team. The Training Quality Coordinator will deliver mental health and suicide prevention training, as well as monitoring the quality of training provided by Lancashire Mind and our delivery partners. You will work closely with the Training Lead and colleagues at Lancashire & South Cumbria ICS to evaluate the programme.

Working with colleagues in the Training Team, you will organise, plan and deliver activities, including delivery of training to diverse groups, varying in size and in a range of settings. Alongside your training skills, you will have experience of monitoring and evaluating training delivery with the ability to provide constructive feedback to trainers, as well as gathering evidence to feed into impact measurement and reporting.

Lancashire Mind is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, particularly candidates with a lived experience of mental health conditions who fulfil all the criteria within the person specification.

Employees of Lancashire Mind benefit from a 35-hour working week with flexible start and finish times, 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays), a company pension scheme, a sick pay scheme, up to 5 days paid emergency leave to care for dependents, regular supervision, and a variety of learning and development opportunities.

For further information and to apply, download the recruitment pack and application form. These are also available on the Lancashire Mind website, which you will be redirected to when you click on the Apply now button.

The deadline for applications is 10am on Monday 13th May 2019

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 22nd May in Chorley, Lancashire.

Please note: this post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Lancashire Mind | Registered Charity No. 1081427 | Registered Company No. 3888655