LimeCulture are recruiting again! Training Support Coordinator

Freelance Opportunity – Part-time Training Support Coordinator

Rate of £80-£150 per day (depending on experience).

 

This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for a freelance professional to work with LimeCulture Community Interest Company as a Training Support Coordinator.

The Training Support Coordinator will be a crucial role in the delivery of LimeCulture’s successful range of training programmes to professionals working in support of victims of sexual violence. Due to the increased demand that we are experiencing for our training programmes, we are looking to appoint a dedicated and dynamic individual to support the coordination of our training courses.

LimeCulture are offering an unusual and exciting opportunity for an outstanding individual to work with us on a flexible freelance basis. It is expected that the successful individual will be required to work approximately 12 days per month on a flexible basis. This opportunity, although challenging, will provide the chance for the successful individual to develop skills and experience, and greatly enhance their CV. The role will require some travel across the UK and some overnight stays will be expected.

The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Friday 2 October 2015. Please submit applications via email to Stephanie.Reardon@limeculture.co.uk

Please send your application in the form of a CV and a covering letter, outlining how you have the necessary skills and experience to carry out the role as per the job description and how you meet the person specification.

 

Role Description

The main responsibility of the Training Support Coordinator will be to support the efficient delivery of our range of training programmes across the UK.

The Training Support Coordinator will be responsible for all aspects of managing the end-to-end process of delivery of training, including:

  • Managing the booking system for all our training courses,
  • Securing training dates, trainers and venues,
  • Assisting with the marketing and communication of our training programmes,
  • Liaising with potential customers and answering delegate queries,
  • Updating and distributing course materials to delegates,
  • Liaising with venues and caterers to ensure training runs smoothly,
  • Attending at training programmes to provide oversight and support to trainers,
  • Assisting with the management of the assessment processes required for each training programme,
  • Assisting with our accreditation process and the external responsibilities imposed by our independent awarding body, including ensuring certificates of accreditation are sent to delegates promptly,
  • Collecting, compiling and reporting results of evaluation and feedback, attendance and any other related training data,
  • Researching training suppliers and materials as needed – including details, cost comparison, and timelines,
  • Ordering supplies for training and the training department as needed,
  • Performing other related duties as assigned.

The Training Support Coordinator will be expected to work independently but will be in regular contact with their Manager at LimeCulture. This is an important front-facing role and the Training Support Coordinator will be expected to work closely with LimeCulture trainers, external stakeholders and customers.

 

Person Specification

The successful candidate will have the following skills and experience:

 

Experience & Skills Desirable Essential Assessment Method
Excellent planning and organisational skills. CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Well developed communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Knowledge of Project Management processes. CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Display energy, drive and an entrepreneurial attitude to work.

 

CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Have a track record of working independently with limited direction or supervision. CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Knowledge of Windows, PowerPoint, Google Drive, Word and Excel or similar programs required. CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Strong desire to be a part of a dynamic organisation with an entrepreneurial spirit and a fast-paced, result-oriented culture CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Knowledge and understanding of sexual violence support sector CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Ability to work flexibly with changing work patterns and demands on time. CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Desire to work on a freelance basis CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

Commitment to UK travel and some overnight stays CV & Covering Letter

Interview

 

 

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