Core Skills Trainer
Location: Camden, London (Currently working from home)
Salary: £26-28,000 per annum
Contract: Initial 12-month FTC
Hours: 35 hours, Monday – Friday
Do you have experience of delivering informative yet interesting training?
The post holder will work as part of our Change and Improvement Team to ensure our services are high quality, and to make sure we identify and implement improvements so that One Housing continues to deliver innovative and value for money services.
The post holder will be expected to provide high quality training to our care and support staff as well as carrying out administrative tasks related to training such as monitoring the booking system, auditing attendance and tailoring the scheduling of session to service needs.
- In partnership with the Head of psychological services, maintain management oversight of the core mandatory training function within care and support services.
- To develop and deliver high quality core skills training for care and support staff as part of the staff development portfolio of education and training. Job levels will span from frontline care and support workers to operational management.
- In partnership with the Head of psychological services, identify training needs within services and implement training plans to meet any shortfalls.
- To provide efficient assessment processes for the training provided.
- To maintain complete and accurate training records and an effective training schedule using efficiently our training management platform (SUCCED). Including devising and implementing a robust system for our values scheduling induction and refresher training that meets service needs.
- To undertake continuous training and development to ensure knowledge is up to date.
- Annual leave – 28 days plus bank holidays
- Buying and selling annual leave - We know that getting the balance right between work and home life is a big part of supporting our colleagues’ wellbeing.
- Paid time off to volunteer in our communities.
- Season ticket loans
- A healthcare cash back plan – allowing you to claim back cash for you and your family’s routine healthcare.
- Colleague recognition scheme – we let you know when you’ve done a #greatjob
- One Academy – our innovative, in-house learning and development offering, designed to support with your personal and professional development.
- Study leave – up to five days off per year to study toward a relevant qualification.
- Career break - after three years’ continuous service.
- Experience in Care and Support
- You must have trained and managed groups before
- You will be engaging and be able to create engaging content
- You must be IT efficient
One Housing helps people to live better by providing high quality homes and care across London and the South East. We manage approximately 17,000 homes and have plans to build 5,000 over the next ten years. We also support over 9,000 people to help them live independently.
Our vision is to create places for people to call home and support them to live well. We do this by ensuring our five core values are embedded in everything we do, and by creating teams of dedicated people who share these values and actively contribute to achieving our shared vision.
As an organisation with a strong social purpose, One Housing works in some of the most diverse communities in the UK and their workforce reflects that. We understand the strength we gain from having and supporting our diverse teams. The different skills and experiences that our colleagues from different backgrounds bring to us allow us to make better decisions, consider different views and be an altogether more interesting and cohesive place to work.
We welcome applications from everyone, regardless of their background.
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