7th January 2019
18th January 2019
ABOUT THE ROLE
As a Training and Compliance Manager within the Central Division at Barchester, you’ll ensure our people have the training they need to deliver the quality care and support we’re known for. You will be involved in all aspects of our learning and development and maintain high levels of compliance across our statutory, mandatory and specialised training. You’ll collaborate with our internal trainers and external providers to implement training plans that are cost-effective and meet business needs. We’ll also look to you to evaluate the effectiveness of our programmes and provide additional support to learners undertaking internal or external qualifications. Day-to-day, that could mean overseeing divisional level training plans, promoting and arranging an Apprenticeship induction, or ensuring trainers meet our high standards. The Central Division covers East Anglia, Midlands, Cotswolds and most of Wales.
This is a role that will see you collaborate with people from all levels of our organisation and will require you to develop a proactive and supportive relationship with the Divisional Director, Regional Directors, General Managers and other support teams. You’ll also attend regional and divisional meetings to report on training statistics and provide a comprehensive L&D update. As a Training and Compliance Manager, you’ll help to deliver exceptional training that makes a lasting impact on the lives of our teams, and in turn, our residents across the Central Division.
This is a remote role which will see you working from home, as well as travelling to homes and across your division on a regular basis which will require some overnight stays. You may also be required to travel to homes outside the division or attend training events.
To join us as a Training and Compliance Manager, you should ideally have a Level 3 teaching and learning qualification or have an impressive track record in a similar role. It’s also important that you have experience in managing, coaching and mentoring – and training within the social care sector would be very beneficial. You’ll be a personable self-starter with excellent communication skills, real attention-to-detail and an innovative approach to problem-solving. This role also calls for a full clean driving licence.
If this is a challenge that excites you, we can offer you plenty in return. As well as a competitive salary, we offer impressive benefits which include: a bonus, contribution pension scheme, and free training and development. You’ll also have plenty of opportunity to make an impact in a large organisation with a warm and supportive environment.
If you’d like to use your leadership and people skills in an organisation that provides the quality care you’d expect for your loved ones, this is an empowering and rewarding place to be.
Please note, previous applicants need not apply.