Clean Slate Training & Employment is a fast-growing social enterprise, facing up to the challenge of a spiralling cost-of-living crisis for hard-pressed households across the country. Last year, we enabled 3,000 people to share around £1.75 million by helping them increase their income and reduce expenditure. Now we are looking for a Training Coordinator to deliver Clean Slate's 3 Bs money guidance and 7 Signs employment skills training to people in the West of England.
To succeed, you will be a great communicator with a natural coaching style and the ability to provide a service that is welcoming to all. You will have insight into the needs of vulnerable people from diverse backgrounds and understand the importance of confidentiality when working with personal information. You will need to be willing to travel, ideally with your own transport. You must be a competent user of Office packages and web-based facilities, and an organised administrator. You will have knowledge of a range of teaching and facilitation methods to ensure participants engage, and/ or willingness to learn.
It would be helpful if you already have IAG L3 or equivalent, a Level 3 Award in Education and Training, an understanding of discrimination, equality and diversity issues, including those not set out in law such as the ‘poverty premium’. The ability to speak Bengali, Polish, Romanian, Ukrainian or the language of another group affected by financial and digital exclusion would be an advantage. Sharing our values is essential, however. Can you join us in this promise to the parts of our community experiencing hardship: cleanslateltd.co.uk/our-promise
Your home must be in the UK as Clean Slate is not able to take on the administration of tax etc in jurisdictions outside the UK. Likewise you must already have the right to work in the UK as Clean Slate is not in a position to sponsor applicants to gain the right to work here.
The rate of pay for this job is £25.725 per year pro rata'd according to the numbers of hours you work per week. Other staff benefits include a company sick pay scheme, an incremental holiday scheme, access to mental and emotional health support via our employee assistance programme and opportunities to further develop your skills, including by our own excellent in-house training. Our culture is open and we encourage everyone to contribute to the direction of the organisation. If this sounds like a role where you could flourish, please apply by Friday 9 September 2022.
£25,725 pro rata (£13.19 per hour)
2 days (15 hours) per week
Training location across Bristol B&NES and South Gloucestershire
Friday, 9 September 2022