Location: Bristol, UK
Applications are invited for a full time (35 hours per week) Training and Quality Assessment Coordinator to work with the National Learning Disability Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme. The specific responsibility of this post is to train and support local reviewers of deaths of people with learning disabilities, and ensure the quality and consistency of reviews throughout England.
We are looking for someone who will be a central member of the programme team, who takes personal responsibility for their work, is an excellent communicator and able to bring out the best in others. You will have a proven track record of being an effective trainer in the health or social care sectors and experience of assessing the quality of work and providing constructive feedback. You should be a qualified health or social care practitioner and have a good honours degree or equivalent in an appropriate subject area, e.g. social sciences, psychology, nursing, social work. Experience of developing e-learning resources and ‘train the trainer’ approaches will be advantageous.
The Programme itself entails work that has considerable emotional content, so resilience and a positive approach to life are essential. You must be able to travel widely in England and stay overnight away from home as required.
This is a full time, open ended post with fixed term funding available from 1 March 2017 (or sooner) until 31 May 2018.
The closing date for applications is 23:59 on Sunday 22 January 2017.
It is expected that the selection process, including interviews, will be held on Monday 30 January 2017.
For informal enquiries, please contact Pauline Heslop (email: Pauline.Heslop@bristol.ac.uk or tel: +44 (0)117 3301973) or Irena Holdsworth (email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: +44 (0)117 3301686).