Clinical Trainer - Charity

Location
Woking, Surrey
Salary
Circa £30,000
Posted
28 Apr 2017
Closes
26 May 2017

Clinical Trainer - Charity

Friends of the Elderly is a charity dedicated to supporting older people. We aspire to a society where all older people are treated with respect and have the opportunity to live fulfilled lives.
 

Clinical Trainer
Location: Woking or home based
Salary: Circa £30,000
35 hrs per week / Permanent

As a Clinical Trainer you will design and deliver clinical and regulatory training, including the delivery of the Care Certificate. You will use a range of training methods to motivate and meet the needs of different learning styles. 

Your experience will also enable you to support the Learning and Development Manager to proactively identify future learning needs and deliver the appropriate clinical, compliance and behavioral training across multiple locations.

Working as part of a wider team and reporting to the Learning and Development Manager, you will work collaboratively with the Learning and Development Team and maintain strong interpersonal relationships across the organisation and with external partners.

The post holder will also assist in building a sustainable learning culture to support FotE’s organisational strategy.

The post requires extensive travel, mainly in and around London, Surrey, Hampshire and Essex with travel to other locations on a needs basis.

Friends of the Elderly offer:-

  • Competitive Pay
  • Generous Annual Leave entitlement
  • Pension Scheme
  • Optional Healthcare Scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Retail Voucher & Reward scheme (shared with up to 5 friends and family)
  • Recommend a friend cash back scheme

We are looking for a passionate, driven Health & Social Care professional with a background in nursing to join our team. 

A strong occupational background in clinical care is required for this position.  Experience in providing clinical, regulatory induction, mandatory and specialist training or be willing to take up additional training to become a qualified trainer (training will be provided) is required.  Previous experience within the Health and Social Care sector would be beneficial but not essential. You will have excellent organisational qualities, strong communication skills, and great attention to detail with the ability to work on their own initiative with minimal supervision.

You will have excellent organisational qualities, strong communication skills, and great attention to detail with the ability to work on their own initiative with minimal supervision.

Due to the locations of our services, you will be required to drive and must hold a full driving license.

To apply for this role, please visit our website wwww.fote.org.uk  to download the job description, person specification application form and an Equal Opportunity Form. The application form and Equal Opportunity Form can be returned by email to: centralrecruitment@fote.org.uk
 

Closing date: 26th May 2017