Location: Hybrid office and home working, with 60% of the time in Norwich office
Hours: Full Time or Part Time considered
Annual Salary: £31,152 - £39,600 per annum
You will manage the ongoing development of the community training programmes and be responsible for the development and delivery of EAAA’s flagship Community CPR and Defibrillator Training programme to schools, community groups and organisations across East Anglia – through an in house, outsourced and volunteer trainer delivered model.
Working collaboratively with the wider charity team and other regional agencies, and organisations to identify need and develop new, innovative and lifesaving community training programmes which could include bleed control or mental health/intentional self-harm prevention.
You will have significant experience of developing first aid training and other training programmes, ideally in a healthcare setting, delivering training courses, leading a brilliant team, working across departments, and managing internal and external relationships with key stakeholders.
For an informal chat about the role please contact Stuart Wyle, Director of Income and Engagement on 03450 669 999.
Closing date: Monday 07 March (9am)
Interview date: Week commencing 14 March
Our Support staff are currently blending home and office working, following COVID-19 safe working practices. Please make sure that any application you make clearly demonstrates that you live, or will be living, within a commutable distance of the main place of work.