Training Event Co-ordinator

Ewell, Surrey

Permanent, Full-time - 35 hours a week, Monday to Friday

£27,900 per annum + Competitive Benefits

 

About Samaritans

At Samaritans, our vision is that fewer people die by suicide. We believe it is preventable and that by working together we can give people the support they need before they reach crisis point. We are one of the most trusted charities in the UK and ROI, and we answer a call for help every six seconds. We have around 175 staff and more than 20,000 volunteers based across 201 branches giving emotional support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We don’t just hear you, we listen.

 

The role

This is an exciting time to join Samaritans Workplace Training Team.  The demand for our Training courses continues to grow year on year.  In addition, the Training Team are supporting a project which will deliver a unique suite of training courses to the Army as part of an overall MOD project.  As a result, we require an experienced Training Events Co-ordinator, who can quickly adapt to Samaritans’ administrative processes to deliver 60 training events to various Army locations UK wide.

With proven experience in delivering events/projects you will have excellent organisational, administration and budget management skills, coupled with a confident telephone manner which will ensure the timely delivery of this project in line with ROI target.

 

Our location

Our Central Office is located in a converted mill in Ewell, Surrey which is just over 30-minutes by train from Waterloo and 15 minutes from Wimbledon.

As an employer, we offer a good range of benefits, including 25 days’ holiday, wellbeing days, free parking, Health Cash Plan, Pension and interest-free season ticket loans.

 

To apply

Please download the full job description, post benefits form and application form.

Completed application forms should be emailed to recruitment@samaritans.org no later than 9:00am on 25th February 2019.   1st interviews will be held on 5th and 11th March 2019; 2nd interviews are scheduled for 18th March 2019.