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Training & Development Officer (Oliver McGowan Training)

Job Type: DAD

Be part of an exciting opportunity to be part of the ground breaking Good Life Collaborative project......

DAD is looking for a person committed to equality and peoples rights, who wants to make a real difference through the delivery and development of Oliver McGowan training in the North East leading to improving lives of people with a learning disability and autistic people locally.  In addition the collaborative is supporting agencies to develop their own capacity to train their workforce.

Comprehensive training will be provided including becoming a lead trainer, this enables the post holder to train other people to become trainers.  It is likely this will involve a 5-day residential stay in another part of the country.

The role....

  • Train as a lead trainer to deliver Oliver McGowan training
  • Recruit, train and support co-trainers who have a learning impairment and autistic people to co-deliver Oliver McGowan training.
  • Work with other agencies both statutory and non-statutory to identify how we can support their work force to receive Oliver McGowan Training.
  • Attend meetings and steering groups in relation to the project.
  • Undertake administration including monitoring, evaluating and report writing.

Salary: £27,000 to £28,000 per annum pro rata dependent on experience and skills.

Hours: 25 hours per week 

Holidays: 25 days plus Bank Holidays per annum pro rata 

Benefits: Pension, sick scheme, additional holidays after 3 years of employment, Employer Assistance programme, GP Helpline.  

In return for your commitment, motivations, skills and knowledge you will receive a competitive salary which is reviewed annually, career progression, benefits package and the opportunity to work for a well respected disabled person’s user led organisation.

We value our staff, volunteers and people we support  and know it is our people that make the difference. You will work in a supportive, friendly, positive environment and  as a whole team together work improve the lives of disabled people carers in our local area.

You will be working in a supportive rights based organisation, where people we support are at the heart of everything we do.

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