£25,482 – £30,169 (Scale 6 – SO1, Points 18-25). Non-contributory pension worth 11.5% of salary
25 days annual leave, plus 3 additional days between Christmas and New Year, plus all bank holidays
Based in Wales
The role of Training and Assessment Officer will be part of the Operations Directorate. The post holder will report to NEA’s Training and Assessment Manager and work closely with the Head of NEA Cymru to deliver NEA’s training and qualifications to stakeholders working with low income and vulnerable households predominantly in Wales. These courses cover key issues associated with fuel poverty, fuel debt, affordable warmth, low carbon technologies and practical energy efficiency advice.
You will have a relevant training or education qualification and recent experience of delivering adult training. Ideally, you will also have experience in the fields of energy, community development, debt or money advice, consumer issues or housing.
With excellent communication skills and IT skills, you will have a passion and enthusiasm to deliver training to people from diverse backgrounds and the desire to make a positive difference to people’s lives.
You will need good organisational skills and the ability to work on your own and as part of a team, as well as an understanding of how to effectively address the energy needs of low income, vulnerable or disadvantaged householders.
The post holder will also be involved in assisting with the identification of opportunities for new training-related activity and content.
The post holder will be expected to travel extensively across Wales, as well as occasionally in England. This will require overnight stays and flexibility on the part of the post holder.