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Employer: Equation

Salary: Equation Scale 6-so1; Scale Point 26-31; £22,937- £27,123

Hours: 37 hours per week

Closing Date: 2pm, Monday October 23rd, 2017

Training Coordinator - 37 hours per week

Fixed term contract: 12 months. May be extended subject to funding.

Salary: Equation Scale 6-so1; Scale Point 26-31; £22,937- £27,123

(Applicants will normally commence at SP 26, £22,937 and incremental rises are subject to the organisation’s financial capacity.)

This is an exciting opportunity to join Equation, a Nottinghamshire-based, award-winning and innovative charity dedicated to preventing and responding to domestic abuse. The Training Coordinator will be responsible for developing our work improving professional responses to domestic abuse through coordinating a wide range of high quality training, seminar and conference provision.

The successful candidate will bring with them a thorough understanding of domestic violence and the sector, will be a strong facilitator and will excel at establishing effective working relationships. The successful candidate will be joining the charity during an exciting period of growth and will be able to play a role in shaping the future direction of the training provision offered.

In the first instance forward CV to / 0115 8764407


Location: Nottingham, NG7 6JL [get directions from google maps]

Contract Type: Fixed Term

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