VACANCY: Employability Trainer

25th January 2017

Job title: Employability Trainer
Hours: Full time (35 hours) Fixed Term, Initially fixed term until 31st August 2017, continuation of the post until 31st August 2018, would be subject to performance and funding.
Rate of pay: £20,000 pa.
Place of work: Initially based at Neath YMCA with outreach work across South Wales.

Education: Minimum degree level or relevant experience.
Qualifications: A teaching or training qualification e.g. PGCE, PTLLS, QTLS.

Essential requirements of the role:

•    Experience in delivering qualifications to community groups, especially to learner from the ages of 16 and over.
•    Experience and knowledge of working within third sector.
•    Experience of creating regular reports to be presented to stakeholders.
•    An excellent record of achieving KPI's.
•    Driving license and car owner.

Swansea City Community Trust, the Swans' registered charity, is looking to recruit an Employability Trainer to deliver workshops on the Trust's Community Employability Projects. It empower unemployed and economically inactive members of the community to overcome barriers into training, education and employment.

If you think this is the perfect job for you, then for further information about the role, or for an application pack, email:

The deadline for applications is Friday, February 3, 2017.

Swansea City AFC Community Trust is an equal opportunities employer and has policies and procedures in place to protect employees and job applicants from unfair and/or prejudiced treatment. The Trust does not tolerate less favourable treatment of any employee or job applicant on any ground, including but not limited to gender, marital status, race, racial origin, nationality, national origin, religion or belief, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, membership or non-membership of a Trade Union, pregnancy, childbirth, political affiliation, relationships in the workplace, or any other prejudice.
Swansea City AFC Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people involved in its activities. As part of the Trust's recruitment and selection process any offers of work are subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS Disclosure and barred list check. Appropriate references are also required.
Due to a high demand in applications the Trust will be unable to respond to those applicants who have not been shortlisted for interview.