Trainer - Durham

£20,288 - £22,421
09 December 2019 12 Noon
19/CDD/32

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Humankind are an established provider of substance misuse, health, young people and families, employment training and education and housing services. In the last 3 years we have doubled in size and in 2018/19 we have a projected turnover of circa £36 million pounds and will employ in excess of 900 staff, expanding from a turnover of £27 million pounds and 700 staff in a matter of one year

In June 2018, we re-branded from DISC to Humankind and over the last 12 months we have developed a new 5 year strategy outlining our ambitious plans for the future

The County Durham Substance Misuse Service supports residents of County Durham with substance misuse issues, and is based across 3 centres in Peterlee, Durham and Bishop Auckland

The successful post holder will match our organisational ambition, and commitment to provide the highest standards of service delivery across Durham, engaging with local communities and supporting their priorities

Main duties for the role will include:
• To develop and deliver a comprehensive range of drug and alcohol recovery training packages for adults, families, professionals and community stakeholders.
• Act as a designated point of contact for an identified stakeholder group, monitoring training and information needs and ensuring these are effectively met.
• Promote and develop collaborative relationships between the service and community groups and stakeholders.
• Deliver evidence based brief interventions to individuals, promoting a wider health promotion and prevention agenda.
• Work collaboratively with service colleagues to ensure training provision is an integrated and effective element of service delivery

Please read the full Job Description and Person Specification prior to applying for this position. We understand the importance of ensuring all our service users are safe from harm and are committed to following guidelines on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and good working practices, including the safe recruitment of workers.

Please visit https://humankind.careers for more information and an application form. The closing date for completed applications is noon on the 9th December 2019 with interviews scheduled for 16th December 2019.

Application packs are also available via email at hr@humankindcharity.org.uk or by contacting our recruitment line on 01325 731160 quoting reference 19/CDD/32.

Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address you have provided on your application form, including your invite to interview if you are shortlisted. Ensure that you check your emails after the closing date as you will not be contacted by any other means.

Please read the full Job Description and Person Specification prior to applying for this position.

Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the email address you have provided on your application form, including your invite to interview if you are shortlisted. Ensure that you check your emails after the closing date as you will not be contacted by any other means.

What we offer you?

We offer benefits including

  • A competitive salary
  • Pension Scheme
  • Exceptional support, training and development
  • Up to 32 days (pro rata) annual leave per year