Training Manager

National Horseracing College

Location: Yorkshire
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Closing Date: Friday, March 13th 2020

Job Type: Specialist / Training & Education

Job Description

Training Manager - £43,185.00

(41-hours per week) 

The National Horseracing College seeks to employ a Training Manager to join its enthusiastic, vibrant and hardworking team.  As one of only two specialist horse racing colleges in the UK, this third sector provider delivers training for people in both racing and other equine industries.  Located in the scenic grounds of a private estate near Doncaster, it achieved Ofsted Grade 2 in 2016. 

To be selected for this interesting, challenging role, you must have:

  • Racing and or Equine experience
  • Level 3 qualification in Racecourse Care and Management or equivalent is desirable
  • A teaching qualification i.e. Certificate of Education or equivalent is desirable
  • However, if none held you will be expected to achieve one within 18-months of appointment
  • Experience in the use of Microsoft Office packages is essential
  • Relevant staff management experience in a busy equine environment is also essential. 

You should be highly motivated, an excellent communicator, with strong leadership skills, and be able to work as part of a team.  An assessing or internal quality assurance qualification would also be desirable. 

Hours of work:  41 per week, this could include some evening and weekend working. 

The salary is £43,185.00 per annum with a contributory pension scheme, an initial holiday entitlement of 25 days, plus Bank Holidays, and membership of our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP). 

The selected applicant will be required to apply for an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service. 

The College meets equality and diversity, health and safety and safeguarding children and young people requirements. 

For further details on the job role and person specification, and to request an application form, contact: 

Michelle Bardsley on (01302) 861002

Email: m.bardsley@theNHC.co.uk

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