We are offering an opportunity to be part of our new training team as a Trainer, helping to provide training to professionals and in schools. Our training helps to raise awareness of sexual violence, improve the support that people who have experienced sexual violence receive, and is part of our work towards ending gender-based violence.
The successful candidate will deliver high quality training sessions both in-person and online. They will also work with the wider training team to support the development of our training and training materials including through the evaluation and implementation of feedback.
You will be a confident and experienced trainer who has delivered training in the past for SARSAS or a similar organisation. You will have in-depth knowledge of sexual violence and will be happy to work from a trainer script with minimal supervision.
You will deliver high quality training both online and in person and assist with assessing the impact of our training.
You will be excited by the opportunity to join SARSAS and work in a collaborative and supportive environment.
If you have any questions about this role, please do contact Lisa Benjamin on 07957 797036 for an informal chat or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be uploading a video on to our Facebook page with more information about the training team and this role during the week commencing 29th November 2021.
SARSAS exists to relieve the trauma and distress and help rebuild the lives of survivors who live in Somerset, Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and BANES, who have experienced any form of sexual violence, at any point in their lives.
SARSAS also campaigns and raises awareness about rape and sexual violence to change the narrative about sexual violence and to enable survivors’ voices to be heard. Partnership work with a range of agencies locally and nationally is a priority to enable social change.
SARSAS works to feminist principles: this underpins both what our service is and how it is run. Our work is guided by a trauma-informed approach which understands how traumatic experiences can impact on survivors and keeps an awareness of their effects at the forefront of our approach to support.
SARSAS values diversity and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community. We are actively encouraging applicants with a protected characteristic such as BAME women, who are currently under-represented at SARSAS, to join our team. We are a Disability Confident Committed Employer. Our current premises are wheelchair accessible.
To see a full job description and to apply please head to our website www.sarsas.org.uk/recruitment