Glasgow with travel throughout Scotland
In Scotland around 56,000 people live with epilepsy. Epilepsy Scotland wants to ensure the needs of people with epilepsy are met. They campaign for improved health and social care, better information provision, fairer access to employment and benefits, and an end to the stigma surrounding epilepsy. They aim to empower people with epilepsy to maximise their wellbeing and to fulfil whatever their potential might be.
Epilepsy Scotland is looking to appoint a new Training Manager, a senior post within the Management Team This is a key position for the organisation that will help deliver a consistently high standard of training to professional and lay audiences across Scotland. They will have responsibility for delivering the existing portfolio as well as developing new training modules to accommodate clients. In addition, you will be responsible for ongoing training of the teams.
The right candidate will have experience of developing and delivering training programmes. They will have great interpersonal skills and be able to deliver both face-to-face and online content in an interactive and inspirational way. While training experience is necessary, they should also be a quick learner and keen to learn about the services and training facilities Epilepsy Scotland will be delivering.
If you want to play a pivotal role in equipping those, living with and supporting people with epilepsy, with relevant, accessible, and impactful information, please get in touch with Kate Kennedy at Aspen People on 0141 212 7555.
More information can be found within the Job Description below:
- “Epilepsy Scotland is such a supportive place to work with plenty of encouragement and opportunities for development through external training and support. Staff wellbeing is consistently prioritised and the staff are all so lovely to work alongside”
- “Even before working here, Epilepsy Scotland was a charity really close to my heart. Growing up with experience of epilepsy in my family, I know how important wellbeing services are to people living with epilepsy and that epilepsy is ‘more than seizures’. As a fundraiser I am inspired by the amazing support we receive from people whose lives have been touched by epilepsy. I love that my job is hugely varied with opportunities to be creative (designing fundraising resources and writing about the work) analytical (looking at fundraising data and analysing trends) and interpersonal (meeting people and finding out about why they are fundraising)”
- “Epilepsy Scotland is a hugely rewarding and satisfying place to work. Everyone is very passionate and driven about the work they do, and I particularly value the supportive working environment. The flexible work-life balance has been a life saver and helped me manage my wellbeing throughout a very challenging period.”
To apply, please submit your CV and covering letter below.
Closing date is Wednesday 13th July. Interviews to be held on Thursday 21st July.