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Regional Trainer - Hospitality

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£24355 - £24896 per annum + rise following probation period
Closing date
14 Jul 2022

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Job Title: Regional Trainer (Hospitality)
Location: United Kingdom - Regional role covering Southern Central counties
Compensation: £24,355 rising to £24,896 following probation period
Role Type: Full time / Permanent
Job ID: SF35619

Babcock International Group are recruiting for a Regional Trainer to join our Apprenticeships business, supporting learners within the Hospitality sector. We have a long heritage in supporting many of the UK's service based sectors, and have been delivering responsive Apprenticeship solutions since 1993.

Who we are looking for?
You will have experience in the Hospitality sector, back of house as a Chef or a Kitchen Manager, coupled with some experience front of house. Ideally, this will have come from working with major catering companies or pubs & restaurant chains, or from owning your own catering business.

What will you be doing?
In this role, you will be responsible for supporting a caseload of learners who are currently studying Hospitality Apprenticeships and qualifications. Your role will be to provide support, guidance, assessment and monitoring throughout their apprenticeship, from enrolment to completion. You will manage your own diary and travel plans, working with learners throughout Berkshire and the surrounding areas. Training or Assessing experience is not essential, as full training will be given to you.

Key duties will include:
* Delivering to agreed targets.
* Identifying and engaging potential employers and enrolling learners onto government funded programmes, in order to achieve targets.
* The training, assessment, progression and completion of learners as per the Awarding Body (or Assessment Organisation) code of Practice and Babcock Quality Assurance frameworks. This will be delivered through face to face or through group training activity.
* Effectively diary managing to ensure all learners within your caseload are fully supported to meet company and contractual requirements.
* Ensuring sites meet Health and Safety standards.
* Maintaining and recording all Continuous Professional Development including current professional skills and qualifications through company training and other development opportunities.

The experience you'll bring
* Level 2 Maths & English.
* IT literate - familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
* Excellent time management skills.
* Able to work effectively within a team, and on an individual basis.
* Self-motivated with a flexible approach and strong work ethic.
* CAVA Qualification & Award in Education and Training also desirable, but not essential, as full training will be given.
* Must have or have the ability to obtain enhanced DBS security clearance.

What a role with Babcock offers?

* Generous holiday entitlement.
* Competitive money purchase pension scheme with life assurance.
* Access to make a difference for a sustainable environment for the future.
* Shared ownership scheme.
* A tailored personal development and training programme.
* Autonomy. Trusted and empowered to deliver and be your best.

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Application Guidance

* We believe the position you are applying for is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such, should you be invited to interview you will be required to declare all unspent convictions and conditional cautions, and all spent convictions and adult cautions (simple or conditional) that are not 'protected' (i.e. that are not filtered out) as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2020); and
* The position you are applying for may involve engaging in regulated activity with children and/or vulnerable adults and it is a criminal offence to apply for this role if you are barred from working with children and/or vulnerable adults. Given the nature of the role, employment is conditional upon a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check which will include a children's and/or adults' barred list check, and you will be required to provide the necessary identification documents at interview to enable the DBS check to be completed before you commence employment. These identification documents may be different to those required to confirm your right to work in the UK.

All applications should be made online.

We are committed to building an inclusive culture and strive to attract talent who thrive in an inclusive and flexible working environment. If you have a disability or need any reasonable adjustments during the application and selection stages, please let us know and will respond in a way that best fits your specific needs.

Please follow the link when you apply to find out more about how COVID-19 is impacting Recruitment and On-boarding for applicants.

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