Mentoring & Learning Facilitator

Salary: £25,470 per annum

Hours: Full Time, 37 hours per week (Job share available Part Time 3 days a week)

Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract until 31.03.2023

Location: The Nottingham Wellbeing Hub, 73 Hounds Gate, Nottingham

The Nottingham Recovery Network comprises of Framework Housing Association, Double Impact and Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. The service is publicly funded and has been established to support people who misuse drugs and alcohol. We provide a single point of advice, support and treatment for anyone in Nottingham City who wishes to change their relationship with alcohol or drugs.

We are looking for a talented individual to join our Academy team based in the City of Nottingham delivering and facilitating accredited and non-accredited training to adults in recovery from substance misuse.

Our Academy provides a unique progression pathway where clients (known as students) are offered, through a personal plan, a range of accredited level 1 and level 2 progression qualifications as well as a number of non-accredited sessions. We also provide opportunities for people to get involved in mutual aid activities and signpost and connect people to opportunities and activities taking place in their local communities.

The role will be expected to plan, teach and evaluate courses, delivering quality learning opportunities to our students. The role will also involve connecting students to a comprehensive range of community ‘assets’ including volunteering and work experience opportunities.

We are looking for people who can be champions of Recovery and be proactive in supporting the growth and profile of our Academy in Nottingham.

Candidates will have a good general level of education which will ideally include Teacher/Training/Assessing experience and or qualification such as an adult education qualification e.g. Award in Education and Training, Diploma in Education and Training, or equivalent, or willing to work towards. Experience of developing teaching and learning materials is also important as well as having the ability to track and monitor individual progress.

For an informal discussion please contact Rachel Carter on 07815 201905

The full job description can be downloaded below in the 'Downloads' section

An Application Pack can be downloaded in the Documents Section

Double Impact embraces diversity and takes a pro-active approach to equality in services and employment. Registered Charity No. 1139865

Closing Date: Monday, 25th October (12 Noon)

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