35 hours per week

£22,555.99 – £24,811.59 per annum

Job Description

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Age UK Lincoln & Kesteven is a fast growing, forward thinking and friendly organisation and we are looking for a dynamic and innovative Training Manager to join our organisation to implement the CPD and training strategy for our staff and volunteers.

Our vision and mission statements drive everything we do:

Vision – A world in which older people flourish

Mission – To improve the lives of older people

As the Training Manager you will have responsibility for both the development and delivery of training courses for staff and volunteers.

This role would suit an experienced training delivery practitioner with great interpersonal skills and a commitment and loyalty to the team and organisation. This will include working with other senior managers to develop business plans and training needs analysis for the organisation, together with creating and maintain a training log.

Alongside developing and marketing of new courses to external organisations in order to generate income for Age UK LK. The post holder will be required to maintain Information Governance, confidentiality and discretion at all times.

Applicants require up to date knowledge and training within Health & Social care in order to deliver training courses such as Dementia, Mental Health and CQC.

Applicants will hold a qualification in relevant learning and development, hold accreditation in order to sign off training courses and will have proven planning and organisational skills.

Flexibility is essential within this role alongside reliability and good time management skills.

Full UK Driving Licence and access to a car required.

The role is subject to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Application forms and further information is available from the

Human Resources Department

On 01522 696000 or recruitment@ageuklk.org.uk

CVs are not accepted

Closing date: 10am on Friday 27 October 2017

Interviews to be held on: Friday 10 November 2017