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Painting & Decorating Trainer

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Are you currently looking for a new and rewarding opportunity?Are you experienced in painting and decorating, and would like to teach these skills to others?Would you like to gain a teaching qualification whilst working? We have a great opportunity at HMYOI Cookham Wood to join the education team as a Painting and Decorating Trainer, on a full time and permanent contract. The role will consist of delivering City & Guilds, Painting and Decorating courses. HM Prison Cookham Wood is a male juveniles' prison and Young Offenders Institution in the village of Borstal in Kent, England. • Hours – Full Time (37 hours, Monday to Friday) • Role – Permanent • Pay – 23k – £31k salary banding This offers an exciting new opportunity for individuals who are looking to further their previous experience and work alongside a successful education team with the mutual focus on rehabilitation for the inmates in the establishment. Teaching in prisons is an incredibly rewarding challenge and the education departments are looking to welcome driven individuals to join their team.Essential Criteria • Level 3 Painting and Decorating Qualification • Level 2 qualification in English and maths • Minimum two years’ vocational experience • Experience instructing/training others in the trade e.g. apprentices • Be willing to work towards gaining the relevant teaching and assessing qualifications within your first two years of employment • Be willing to obtain and maintain a clear enhanced DBS check If this is an opportunity that you are interested in, please apply with an up to date CV highlighting your relevant experience for the position and one of the Reed Prison Education team will get in touch to discuss further.**All successful candidates are subject to enhanced clearance and background checks by REED Recruitment and the prison**

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