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NARU SOP and Training Competencies Coordinator
Short Term Secondment Opportunity
An exciting and prestigious opportunity for an individual to work within the NARU Education Centre has arisen. The successful applicant will join a dedicated training team to assist in the development of the safe system of work, training information sheets and competency profile in line with the new Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
The post holder will be responsible for collecting and inputting the new SOP’s in to a developed system to ensure the competencies and training material align with the new NARU service Specification architecture
NARU seeks dynamic and enthusiastic individuals with relevant and current training experience, although suitable applicants with experience in similar fields will be considered.
The post holder will work at the NARU Education Centre, located at the Defence CBRN Centre, Winterbourne Gunner, Wiltshire and other locations around the country. There will be a high degree of flexibility required for this position and will involve travelling to different parts of the country.
The secondment duration is expected to be for three months, start date to be confirmed.
Salary: NHS Agenda for Change Band 7: £31,072 - £40,964
It is essential that the successful applicant is able to demonstrate:
The post holder will be predominately based at Winterbourne Gunner and as such the successful candidate will be required to reside on site.
If successful the candidate will be seconded to NARU and current NHS Trust terms and conditions would apply. For staff outside the NHS a fixed term contract may be offered.
Please be aware that applicants seeking a secondment opportunity must have their line manager’s approval prior to application for this post.
For further information on the role and informal discussion contact Parsyab Khan, NARU training manager on ( Phone number removed )
Interviews will take place week commencing 31st October 2016
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