28 hrs per week
Salary £22,203 pro rata plus benefits
The Training and Development Worker is an exciting and rewarding role that will lead on coordinating training delivery, and the development of the training framework for the Greater Manchester Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme. You will deliver training to a range of stakeholders although you will not be expected to deliver all of the Programme training. Instead you will provide overall coordination and support across the different workstreams and support capacity and capability amongst other staff and stakeholders (especially Cancer Champions) to take part in the Programme and to deliver local training. This Job Description outlines the expected work priorities and responsibilities across the three years. Supervision and peer support will be available to assist the successful candidate to fulfil this role
- As Training and Development Worker, you will work with Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations (VCSO) across Greater Manchester to develop and deliver a range of training and support offers, to raise awareness of cancer screening programmes and increase uptake. You will co-produce your work with VCSO stakeholders and Cancer Champions.
- You will deliver training as well as liaising with other training providers to ensure that there is a range of training offers for local VCSOs, Cancer Champions and other stakeholders.
- You will support other partners in the multi-strand GM Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme to maximise training opportunities (for example, the Cancer Champion workstream, the BME and Equalities Workstream and the Grants Workstream)
- You will support the development of training and support resources, including online resources and toolkits that will enable train the trainer approaches
- You do not need to be an ‘expert’ around cancer screening as full training will be given, although knowledge and experience is a definite advantage. More important is your general training and facilitation skills, your creativity and your ability to provide leadership and support to VCSOs.
- Record and report back on identified Key Performance Indicators to demonstrate successful work and to co-produce a full series of training metrics with other stakeholders
- Liaise with other training providers to ensure best practice is shared within and from the Programme
- You will also support other Programme wide activity such as supporting the promotion of the Grants Scheme and Cancer Champion recruitment and activity The post holder will need to be creative, innovative and flexible. You will work occasional evenings and weekends.
To apply for this role please complete the attached application form stating how you meet the requirements of the job description and person specification and return it along with the Equal opps form to Jobs@uni.uk.net by 5pm on Tuesday 18th June 2019.
Closing date 5pm Tuesday 18th June 2019