The Cellar Trust is passionate about ensuring a diverse and inclusive workforce and environment. We welcome applications from all sections of the community, particularly BAME and LGBTQ communities who are underrepresented within the organisation.
We are a Disability Confident employer, and offer a guaranteed interview to candidates with a disability who meet all the essential criteria in the person specification. If you would like to request a guaranteed interview because of a disability, or you would require any reasonable adjustments at the interview stage of the recruitment process, please specify this in your application.
Please note that CVs will not be accepted and applicants must use the Experience section of the application form to state how they meet all of the essential criteria in the person specification. The application form and related forms can be found on our website: https://www.thecellartrust.org/about-the-cellar-trust/working-for-us
If you would like a copy of the application form and related documents in another format, such as a paper copy, please contact Jayne Allen (Jayne.Allen@thecellartrust.org).
Only applicants invited to interview will be informed – if you have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date then you have not been shortlisted. Feedback will only be given to applicants who are unsuccessful at interview stage. If you would like to request any reasonable adjustments at interview stage of the recruitment process please specify this in your application. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
We are looking for an experienced trainer, who is passionate about mental health and supporting others to learn, for a new and exciting role at The Cellar Trust supporting our Mental Health Training Programme and associated workstreams. We are a dynamic and growing charity with approximately 60 staff and 20 volunteers to support.
The purpose of the role is to deliver a range of mental health-related training to:
You will be experienced in delivering training within community settings both in person and digitally, to a wide range of audiences from members of the public to senior managers and clinicians. In the light of changes due to the Covid-19 pandemic, you must also have a proven level of digital competency, including the ability to host and manage online course delivery.
You must have excellent IT skills, be able to handle sensitive information confidentially, and have very good attention to detail.
As a values-driven mental health charity we are also looking for someone who is passionate about mental health and making a difference.
Job Location – COVID-19
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the majority of staff are, in the main, working from home with most services and functions continuing as normal. Therefore, it is likely you will be required to work from home for the start of your contract and this may include having a virtual induction and training via telephone, email and video calls. Subject to the appropriate safety measures being in place, there may be a requirement for some face to face delivery for specific groups of delegates.
We are unclear at this stage when we will be able to resume normal operations therefore, you will need to have a suitable space to work at home, with access to the internet and the ability to make confidential calls and attend virtual meetings. You will be provided with all equipment necessary to do this.
Key Duties and Responsibilities