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Nacro are looking to recruit an inspirational Instructor of Animal Care which encompasses teaching employability skills with an identified pathway into Animal Care. The ideal candidate must have high integrity, professionalism and a genuine interest in the welfare and care of animals. They will provide quality education and training to young people at Nacro in Sheffield.

The ideal candidate will deliver training to learners on Nacro's Study Programme, ensuring they all reach their maximum potential. This will include delivering training, planning and assessment to acquire recognised qualifications and support young people into employment or further learning.

You will also have excellent subject knowledge and be able to offer a range of strategies to deliver outstanding lessons. A thorough knowledge of the UK curriculum is essential as you will be required to implement subject specific planning and preparation which will be delivered through City & Guilds and One Awards/NOCN qualification specification.

You will support the delivery of a busy weekly training schedule centered on a vocational pathway within the animal care sector, including assessment, registration and certification of students. This will also include the implementation of equality and diversity and health and safety.

A DBS check will be required for this role.Salary for this role based on the hours of work will be £12,460 per annum.

Who are they?Our client is a national social justice charity with more than 50 years' experience of changing lives. They advise and speak out for, and with, disadvantaged young people and adults. They never give up. They pride themselves in offering second chances to socially excluded young people and adults to learn and develop regardless of their starting point or previous experience of education.

They educate, nurture and transform lives. Fundamental to this success are our teams at a local level, who set the highest levels expectation day in, day out and coordinate the successful delivery of our curriculum and education programmes.

What they offer

  • 28 days of annual leave per year (accruing one additional day per year up to five days), pro rata for part-time employees
  • Paid lunch breaks, pro rata for part time employees'
  • Pension scheme and season ticket loan
  • Training and professional development opportunities
  • A friendly, supportive and dedicated working environment

If you're keen to make a real difference at the same time as expanding your career prospects, they would be delighted to hear from you. You can read more about the ways in which our client's work has changed lives here

Guidant Group is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Guidant Group is committed to diversity and flexibility in the workplace. If you require any reasonable adjustments to support you during the application process, please mention this at any stage.