Training Facilitator

We are looking for an experienced trainer, who is passionate about mental health and supporting others to learn, for a new and exciting role at The Cellar Trust supporting our Mental Health Training Programme and associated workstreams.

You will be experienced in delivering training within community settings both in person and digitally, to a wide range of audiences from members of the public to senior managers and clinicians. In the light of changes due to the Covid-19 pandemic, you must also have a proven level of digital competency, including the ability to host and manage online course delivery.

You must have excellent IT skills, be able to handle sensitive information confidentially, and have very good attention to detail.

Still interested? Of course you are! You can find all of the finer details below…

Job Title: Training Facilitator
Location: The Cellar Trust, Farfield Road, Shipley BD18 4QP / homeworking (see below)
Responsible to: Training Programme Lead
Hours of work: Part-time: 22.5 hours per week (3 days)
Salary: £20,035 pro rata per annum
Contract: Permanent
Holiday allowance: 25 days per year plus bank holidays, pro-rata
Informal enquiries: Anthony Burnham, Training Programme Lead (anthony.burnham@thecellartrust.org)
Applications to: Jayne Allen, HR Administration (Jayne.allen@thecellartrust.org)
Closing Date: Wednesday 27th January 2021
Interview Date: Wednesday 3rd February 2021

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Please ensure that you complete the Criminal Conviction Disclosure Form and Equal opportunities Monitoring form along with your Job Application Form and return both by the deadline.

Training Facilitator Job Description and Person Specification

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Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form 2018

Please send your completed application, disclosure and monitoring forms to  Jayne.allen@thecellartrust.org

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