Freelance Facilitator 200 per day

Recruiter
Transformation Trust
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive
Posted
23 Mar 2019
Closes
27 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Contract
We are looking for motivated and inspiring individuals to deliver dynamic, exciting, and innovative workshops to large groups of young people in schools up and down the country (largely focused in England).

The Transformation Trust is an independent education charity dedicated to opening the doors of opportunity to young people. We seek to level the playing field by ensuring that every child has access to the same opportunities as their peers. We deliver a range of workshops to students in schools across the country, covering a variety of themes including employability, technology, engineering and media.

Specific Responsibilities relating to the role of Freelance Facilitator:

Plan and prepare the workshops in line with guidelines issued by the relevant Programme Manager and/or Corporate Partner.

Liaise with the relevant staff member at the school(s) or other locations in advance of the workshop to plan the timings of the workshops, the logistics of the day etc.

Liaise with volunteers from Corporate Partners who may also attend the workshops to brief them on the plan for the day and what is expected of them.

Attend the school(s) as required to deliver the specific workshop ensuring compliance with relevant procedures including Safeguarding.

Provide support to school staff as necessary.

Liaise with the Programme Manager to provide feedback from the day.

Attend training as required.

Act as an ambassador for both the programme and the Trust in interactions with all external parties and respond to queries in a timely, polite and effective manner.

Submit invoices with the relevant receipts in a timely fashion to the Programme Manager ensuring that expenses are agreed in advance and are in line with the principles of 'best value'.

Other General Responsibilities:

Operate as a flexible team player and provide a high level of customer service to schools and anyone connected with the Trust.

To be aware of, and comply with, all policies and procedures at the Trust including health and safety, reporting any concerns to an appropriate person.

To be aware of, and support, diversity and equal opportunities for all, appreciating and supporting the role of other professionals.

To contribute to the overall ethos, work and aims of the Trust.

To attend and participate in meetings and events as required.

To participate in training and other learning activities as required.

To undertake all other duties commensurate with the level of the post as required, to ensure the efficient and effective running of the Trust Programmes.