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RBLI – Employability Coach & Trainer – LifeWorks

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

1 x Permanent, full time role based in Aylesford, Kent with extensive travel – both UK and abroad
Salary: £26,500 per annum
Various hours on Consultancy
37 hours per week

Main purpose of job:

To be part of team of specialist trainers within RBLI, delivering a variety of employability-related modules and courses to audiences from a wide range of backgrounds and walks of life. The role will see an extensive amount of travel across the UK and Europe and will include a large degree of autonomy amongst a heavy schedule of training delivery.

Your Key Responsibilities:

  • To deliver a range of training packages/modules – many related to employability skills – to an often challenging audience, often using a coaching approach.
  • To deliver as part of a team responsible for ensuring sustainable outcomes for the attendees.
  • To work with colleagues and others, to evolve course material and/or delivery to ensure it retains its relevance to the audiences and continues to provide appropriate outcomes.
  • To liaise with other specialists where customers present with complex combinations of difficulties causing significant barriers to returning to work.
  • To work with specialists in those areas where emotional and/or physical health needs to be incorporated into the training or where recipients of training are experiencing difficulties.
  • To ensure that your own actions support equality, diversity and rights of our customers and their families.
  • To work with the wider team to ensure the best possible delegate experience whether this be through delivery of training or other elements including administration.
  • To be professionally and legally accountable for all aspects of own work.
  • To reflect on own practice and develop new skills and abilities as required.
  • To evaluate own performance and overall training/development performance of each programme delivered to ensure aims, objectives and outcomes are achieved.
  • To be an active participant in any appropriate in-service training and development programmes.
  • To work with Business Development and other commercially focussed teams to implement strategy for external training revenue stream.
  • To explore a range of opportunities to further increase revenue generation for all RBLI products specifically LifeWorks and other workshops.
  • To participate in performance appraisal reviews as an appraisee.

Core Competencies:

  • Adaptable and flexible.
  • Verbal communication, including presentation and listening.
  • Structured and organised.
  • Problem solving and decisive.
  • Innovation/creativity/originality.
  • Team player
  • Client/delegate focussed.

Skills & Experience Required:

Essential:

  • Recent experience of delivering training and coaching in a range of formats to a wide variety of participants/learners.
  • Must be willing to travel across the UK and abroad. Travel will account for up to 5 nights away from base location in up to 3 weeks out of each month
  • Must have flexibility and be adaptable to change.

Desirable:

  • Possess or be prepared to work towards PTLLS or other appropriate qualification.
  • Experience of designing a range of training workshops, including aspects of employability and motivation

Benefits:
RBLI offer 25 days holiday per annum pro rata, a Group Flexible Retirement Plan, Life Assurance and Childcare Vouchers.

If you wish to be considered for the above role, forward your CV and covering letter including a supporting statement to recruitment@rbli.co.uk.

* RBLI reserves the right to remove a vacancy at any time prior to the published closing date.

RBLI is an equal opportunities employer.

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