Job Vacancy: Training Coordinator

Job Vacancy: Training Coordinator

Established in 1987, Christies Care is a family owned and run live-in care agency. Rated outstanding by the CQC and registered with the Scottish Care Inspectorate, they are now one of the largest providers of 24 hour, 7 day a week care in the UK.

A vacancy has arisen for a full time Training Coordinator to join the training team at the Head Office in Saxmundham.

The Training Coordinator’s primary objectives are to; Provide update training to existing carers and ensure that all carers are given up to date knowledge and hands on experience of; Moving & Handling, Medication, Safeguarding, Continence Management and a variety of smaller care related sections.

The Training Coordinator must communicate effectively, both formally and informally, with staff at all levels within the company and form effective working relationships with colleagues and managers. A high level of communication should also be portrayed to contacts outside of the company. Duties will include but not be limited to;

  • Attending specialised out of house training courses and then delivering relevant course material to carers in training days
  • Booking carers on training and other specialist study days
  • Giving talks on selected parts of induction training
  • Interviewing carers, as and when needed
  • Producing certificates when needed
  • Observing carers in training and marking carer’s test papers
  • Keeping carers fully informed about their update training
  • Providing monthly updates to the Training Team Leader
  • Attending meetings when required
  • Ensure that carers information is kept up to date by scanning relevant documents to their file and updating the database as necessary.

Experience is not essential but a background in care on a personal or professional level would be advantageous.

Closing date for applications – 15th June. For more details and how to apply see here.


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