This role provides a rare opportunity to develop yourself as a training specialist reaching out to local communities. As a member of a small, committed team, working collaboratively with colleagues, volunteers, businesses and delivery partners, you will be responsible for recruiting unemployed learners from within local refugee and BME communities. You will also ensure the smooth running of day-to-day activities, sharing in planning, promoting, designing, scheduling and supporting or delivering of a range of group and individual training and mentoring packages.
We therefore want someone with fantastic outreach skills, able to engage with those eligible to participate within the programme and then supporting their involvement to completion. You will have existing training design and delivery experience, as well as multi-tasking skills and the discipline and attention to detail necessary to stay on top of essential monitoring paperwork.
This post is funded through Building Better Opportunities, a joint EU and Big Lottery funded programme running across the Black Country. There are four projects within this exciting new initiative and we are involved in two: Community Matters (Targeted Community Approach) and Black Country Click Start (Financial and Digital Inclusion). Note that this role is focused on delivering Black Country Click Start, which is designed to provide financial and digital inclusion support in Sandwell only.