Workforce Development Co-ordinator - Sky Blues in the Community - Salary £22,000 - Closing date 17 May 2021

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  • Coventry, UK
  • Apr 28, 2021
Full time Development Coordination

Job Description

Sky Blues in the Community are looking to add to their dedicated team with a position that delivers activities across Coventry & Warwickshire on behalf of Coventry City Football Club.

This role will also oversee the design, planning, coordination, delivery and evaluation of a number of educational and personal development programmes, including the Accelerate project – funded through the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund and supporting and mentoring students in our English Football League, University of Wales Foundation degree course.

As workforce development coordinator, your job will also be required to equip staff with the knowledge, practical skills and motivation to carry out their work activities effectively.

You'll take a strategic approach to training, assessing the skills and knowledge within the organisation and determining what training is needed to grow and retain these skills. You'll either deliver the training yourself or arrange for a third-party trainer to undertake it.

Liaising with managers and interviewing employees at all levels to identify and assess training and development needs.

Mentoring and monitoring progress made via a training programmes or schemes such as Traineeships, University South Wales foundation degree programme and apprenticeships.

Delivering and overseeing the training of individual or groups of employees

Compiling and presenting information

Supervising and monitoring progress made via a training programme or schemes.

Ensuring employees receive statutory required training.

Designing and assessing training programmes.

The Coordinator will work with key local and national partner organisations to ensure the successful delivery of a comprehensive offer to improve attainment and achievement and increase aspirations and prospects amongst disaffected young people and communities.