Digital Skills Coaches - Liverpool

Coach Salary: £25,000 - £27,000 per annum (pro rata).

Location: Liverpool.

Good Things Foundation is working with our Global Technology Partner to deliver a digital learning space in a high street location in Liverpool where everyone can come to get face-to-face digital skills coaching.  To support this project, we are recruiting coaches to deliver this digital skills learning.

  • Coach - full/part-time (job description)
  • Coach (coder) - role includes responsibility for delivering the coding content of the approved training (job description)
  • Coach and Partnership Worker - role includes responsibility for setting up effective partnerships and projects, engaging positively with the local community (job description)
  • Team Leader - role includes running a successful learning space and motivating and inspiring your fellow coaches (job description)

All coaches will deliver 1:1 digital mentoring sessions and act as Front of House coordinator on a shared basis to welcome customers to the digital learning centre and ensure operations run smoothly. Coaches will deliver our partner’s approved training content to groups of customers at set times of the day. 

Working hours: to be agreed. The learning space opening hours will vary on different days and the scheduling of sessions operates around a four-week rolling rota. Your day-to-day working hours will reflect this. The learning space is open Monday to Sunday and will include bank holidays (paid at your normal pay rate), evenings and weekends. You will be expected to work any day Monday to Sunday or a Bank Holiday as part of the rota.

How to apply

Please complete the Pre-Employment Screening form (you will be asked to attach a separate CV), and the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form by 18 September 2019 (midnight).

These can also be found in the Digital Learning Centre Candidate Pack, along with more information about Good Things Foundation and this project.

You can view our Privacy Notice for Applicants for information on how Good Things Foundation collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants.

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