Type of opportunity:
Please note: this position is 22.5 hours per week (0.6 FTE). You must be available to work Monday, Tuesday and Friday. The post holder must live within a commutable distance from either of our central Manchester, Newcastle or Birmingham offices.
The Regional Coordinator coordinates meetings, events and training on behalf of the Region. This includes sourcing of venues, co-ordinating and tracking attendance of participants, liaising with other teams to ensure the smooth running of events and where necessary, note-taking in meetings and acting as a point of contact for the team, participants and Consultant Social Workers.
This role has a high level of autonomy and the potential for significant skills development. The Regional Coordinator is crucial in supporting the work of the wider team by supporting colleagues to ensure the efficient use of resources and scheduling that achieves the smooth Delivery of the Frontline Programme across the regional hubs.
The role requires someone who is skilled at building positive relationships with people in addition to being highly organised with the ability to manage multiple areas of work and use initiative to resolve issues. Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy is also essential.
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