Development Coach- Employer EngagementVacancy posted: Monday, 17 October 2016
Closing date: 07 November 2016
DEVELOPMENT COACH (EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT)
36.25 hours per week
Location: Based in Peterhead
The Foyer is looking for a Development Coach with a friendly and professional attitude who is comfortable communicating within different working environments. Working closely with the Foyer Learning team and clients you will be required to build and develop relationships with local employers who have recruitment requirements that match the skills, experience and aspirations of participants.
You will be a key contact for local employers and will actively promote and market the Foyer's employability services and programmes. You will have knowledge of the local labour market and experience of negotiating work experience placements and jobs for a wide range of client groups plus experience of working in partnership with a network of agencies. Candidates will therefore benefit from having a successful track record in B2B marketing, sales, business development, account management and/or employer engagement
The Foyer believes that every person has a unique set of strengths and capabilities and the potential for growth, change and success. We see the person not the problem and over the past 21 years have worked with thousands of people making remarkable changes.
Job Descriptions and Application forms are available on our website
Open Day to be held on 3pm to 7pm on the 24th October 2016. At 1-3 Kirk Street, Peterhead AB42 1RT.
Closing date for applications is Monday 7th November 2016 12.00 noon.
Interview date for this post will be 28th November in Peterhead.
|Contact Name||Diane Gill|
Sir Ian Wood House
About Aberdeen Foyer
Everyone needs a home, support and a springboard into independent living, learning and work. Some donÃ¢â¬â¢t have it. Aberdeen Foyer helps fill the gap.
The Foyer works to prevent and alleviate homelessness and unemployment in the North East of Scotland.
The Foyer makes a notable impact working to support and strengthen communities, addressing the causes and consequences of poverty and inequality. In Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire people have improved education, health, skills and quality of life. The Foyer has enabled people to work and realise their potential. The Foyer makes a difference.
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