Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association Ltd
Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association Ltd

Charity registered in Scotland SC014738

Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association Limited is a leading provider of sheltered accommodation and support services to old and frail people across Scotland.

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Care Trainer

  • Full time
  • £27,210 – £34,306
  • Scotland Wide, Moray Based
  • Closing 19th September 2019

We are one of Scotland’s leading providers of housing for older people. We have made our mark across the country with high-quality services and a great team. We are very proud of our range of housing, including shared equity, housing with flexible levels of care and amenity housing, all designed to support our customers to lead fulfilling and independent lives for as long as possible.

We are excited to be recruiting for the new post of Care Trainer and we are looking for the perfect candidate to join our Organisational Services team, supporting the development needs of our Care team in achieving a well-trained, professional workforce to fulfil our customer service requirements.

You will have knowledge of delivering training in a similar environment and have an understanding of training needs analysis, training evaluation, organising events and demonstrate a capability to influence management and build strong relationships.

A background in housing or working within the Care Inspectorate frameworks would be great or working to equivalent standards. You will also be able to demonstrate a compliance based approach whilst being assertive, creative and have an eye for detail. We are looking for an outgoing person with excellent presentation skills who enjoys training and developing others.

In return we can offer you a rewarding and challenging role in a great organisation where you can make a real difference. We will also develop you in any areas where you may have knowledge gaps.

We’re Investors in People accredited, and offer a highly competitive benefits package including flexitime, generous annual leave, health insurance and a choice of pension scheme.

A current, preferably clean driving license is required as travel will be involved in the role primarily based in Moray there can be up to 2-4 nights away each month. A car allowance is also provided.