- Angus House Orchardbank Business Park Forfar, DD8 1AX
- £36,799 - £41,713 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 36.25 hours per week
- Work From Home:
Job DescriptionBased at Angus House, Orchardbank Business Park, Forfar.
This job is workstyle 5 - Flexi.
You will have the opportunity to benefit from our flexible and agile working practices. This means you will work from home for part of your week and spend some time in council buildings to best suit your work, meetings and collaboration.
Are you an experienced learning and development individual? Do you have knowledge and experience in dealing with emergencies?
This could be the job for you!
Angus Council on behalf of the Tayside Resilience Partnership, is looking for an experienced learning and development co-ordinator to design, develop and deliver emergency preparedness training and exercises.
We are looking for an experienced individual with knowledge and understanding of emergency preparedness, resilience, response, and recovery, and of multi-agency partnerships.
You will work flexibly to deliver against the workplan and demands of the resilience partnership through a blended approach of online and in person, and specifically aligned to national and local risk assessments.
This post will also support learning and development opportunities across the North Resilience Partnership and other resilience partnership areas across Scotland.
This job is temporary for up to 23 months from date of appointment.
Internal and external applications on a secondment basis will be considered. You must have the approval of your line manager / organisation.
Please note interviews will be held 3 November 2023.
RequirementsPlease refer to job outline and person specification for further details and requirements for this job.
About Angus CouncilPlease refer to the "applicant guidance" document when completing your application form and to the "welcome to Angus" document and our website https://www.angus.gov.uk/jobs_and_training/working_for_angus_council for more information about working for Angus Council.
The IndividualWe are happy to discuss flexible working during the recruitment process for this position. This means we are open to a conversation about working patterns and the flexibility that is available for this role whilst managing the workload.
We offer a guaranteed job interview to the following people who meet the essential criteria on application for a job:
Those with disabilities, recognised caring responsibilities and care experienced young people. This also applies to our own employees with caring responsibilities, young people on apprenticeships and placements who meet the essential criteria for the job.