Training & Quality Manager

Location: Offices in Godalming, Cranleigh, Farnham & Haslemere

Covering the Waverley Borough, Surrey

Salary: £24,500 to £28,000 (pro rata) dependent upon experience

Hours: 15 Hours per week

Type of contract: Permanent

Closing date: 26 September 2021

Interview date:  week commencing 4 October 2021

 

You will be required to supervise staff/volunteers between the four offices in Godalming, Haslemere, Cranleigh and Farnham. This may include some travel and or remote working.

We are looking for you to have passion and enthusiasm about the benefits of great volunteer involvement and the importance of involving our supporters in our cause.

You will have great communication and coaching skills, strong leadership and a passion for making a difference.

Working for Citizens Advice Waverley is extremely rewarding due to the positive impact and high-quality service we provide for our clients. Our clients are fundamental in all of what we do and as such our Values are key to how we work across the charity.

You will be working for a forward thinking organisation, committed to providing the best support possible to vulnerable people therefore you will be provided with comprehensive training and will be supported every step of the way to develop your career.

If you feel you can bring a fresh approach, some new ideas and a commitment to supporting vulnerable people, play an active role in the community and develop as an individual then we want to hear from you.

We welcome diversity both in our people and our thinking. We welcome applications from all advice settings from those who desire to serve their community and want to make a difference. Full training is included and we strive for everyone to succeed to be the best they can be.

 

Please download the T&Q Manager Recruitment Pack Sept FV 21 for more information and to apply, please download the application form:  CAW Application Form TQM FV July21 using the guidance: CAW paid-staff-application-form-guidance FV July 21 

 

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