Diploma in Supervision Course Co-Director
Applicants are invited for the role of Course Co-Director – Diploma in Supervision. This is an opportunity for a group analyst and supervisor with considerable experience of higher education and managing a training course to join the existing Course Co-Director Leonie Hilliard in leading the IGA’s highly regarded and valued Diploma in Supervision.
The course runs over 5 block weekends; dates are negotiated annually. The dates for 2019 are: 9-10 February, 30-31 March, 15-16 June, 21-22 September, November - date TBC. The Co-Directors are required to be present at each block weekend and to work flexibility for administrative work outside these times.
The Job Description and Person Specification is available here.
The post is remunerated at a rate of £4,037 per annum (pro rata £48,514 flexible work times as required at the equivalent of 2.5 hours per week)
Send CV, with the names of two referees and covering letter explaining why you wish to apply for
Deadline for applications: 8 July 2018 5.00pm.
Interviews: 27 July 2018
Successful applicants will need to be available to attend the block weekend on 22-23 September or 27-28 October as part of their induction.
For further information about the role contact Sarah Tucker, National Director of Training, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and Leonie Hilliard Course Co-Director LeonieSupervision@groupanalysis-uk.co.uk
Assistant National Director of Training
Institute of Group Analysis
Applicants are invited for the role of Assistant National Director of Training. This is an exciting opportunity for a group analyst with experience of managing complex programmes of work and a track record of developing training and consultancy initiatives to work in partnership with the National Director of Training. As part of the National Training Management Team, the Assistant National Director of Training works collaboratively with national colleagues to manage existing and develop new training quality assurance systems as well as in house training events for trainers. The Assistant National Director of Training also leads on the implementation of key components of the National Student Recruitment Strategy and some new training income generation activities.
This is an exciting opening for someone with strong leadership skills to work creatively in the context of a National Training Management team to maintain and develop the IGAs national portfolio of trainings. We are looking for someone with relevant experience, excellent organisational skills, a commitment to high standards, and the capacity to work co-operatively with others.
The role is part time 7 hours per week. The post holder will need to available for meetings in London and at IGA national training centres usually on Friday. Other work will be carried out remotely and can be managed flexibly.
The Job Description and Person Specification is available online here.
Salary £50,972 FTE per annum pro-rata for 7 hours per week. There is a pension scheme available.
For further information about the role or an informal conversation contact Sarah Tucker, National Director of Training, by email at <a data-cke-saved-href="mailto:email@example.com" href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com
Please send a CV, full details of two referees and a full covering letter explaining why you wish to apply for the role and making explicit how you meet the role expectations to Sam Evans, Training Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants will be short listed on the basis of how their application meets the expectation. The interview panel will be chaired by the National Director of Training.
Extended Deadline for applications: 5.00pm 22 June 2018
Interviews: 6 July 2018
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