Our client is looking to appoint a Lead Facilitator who can support the ongoing development and delivery of their current services programme at their National Centre by leading the current Facilitation team and undertaking a range of in-house course facilitation each week.
Job Title: Lead Facilitator
Hours: 28 hours per week
Salary: £25,000 - £26,500 pro-rata, per annum
Contract: Part-time, Permanent
Location: Pill, outskirts of Bristol
Benefits: 25 days holiday per year (pro-rata) + bank holidays (pro-rata) + additional days over Christmas and New Year period. Free parking in a beautiful semi-rural setting.
The Lead Facilitator will deliver a range of in-house courses across the week (including some weekends) and contribute to the recruitment of attendees to courses by working with the Bookings and Communications team to publicise activity. They will be responsible for the day to day line management of the facilitation team including 1:1 meetings, objective setting and annual appraisals. They will be expected to monitor the utilisation of courses and work collaboratively with their team to ensure maximum attendance is achieved. The Lead Facilitator will ensure that good communication and support systems are developed within the team as well as working across the organisation with other departments such as their Academy.
They are looking for the following skills, experience and attributes;
- A proven track record of successfully developing and delivering services
- A high level of interpersonal, presentational and communication skills
- Experience of working therapeutically with individuals
- Good facilitation, presentation and teaching skills
- Supervisory experience
- Ability to lead and motivate a team
- A congruent understanding of the Bristol Whole Life Approach
- Personal resilience
Our client is the leading UK charity specialising in a whole person approach to helping people live well with the impact of cancer. The way in which they help people is known as the Bristol Whole Life Approach which provides a powerful combination of physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual support that is designed to help anyone affected by cancer, at any stage of the disease. They do this through residential courses, group sessions and 1-2-1 complementary therapies. They work in partnership with many major healthcare providers and their services are underpinned by evidence based research.
Timetable for appointment:
Closing date: Tuesday 14 May at 9am
1st Interview: To be confirmed
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