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Community

Freelance Facilitator

Role Summary

Equation is looking for several people to join our freelance facilitator team and deliver our rewarding Children and Young People projects (The GREAT Project & Equate) in classrooms throughout Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire.

We’re looking for energetic, passionate and motivated people with previous experience of working in schools or with children and young people. Our freelance role is ideal for applicants with experience of teaching, youth support work, social work or people who have delivered RSE education.

About the role

Equation run two universal school-based programmes, The GREAT Project (Good Relationships are Equal And Trusting) for primary schools, and Equate for secondary schools. Both initiatives fulfil numerous RSE education requirements and reach thousands of young people across Nottinghamshire and beyond each year. The role would also include delivery of 60-90-minute Twilights (teacher training sessions).

Our schools’ projects ensure all children and young people that participate have access to healthy relationships and domestic abuse awareness education.

The amount of schools’ work can vary throughout the academic year. However, there would be an expectation that successful candidates could reliably offer at least 1/2 days each week during term time. Please be aware that this role will involve travelling to schools all around Nottingham City and County, time for travel is included in pay.

Salary/Pay:
Hourly rate is equal to £12.47, rising to £15.06 per hour once confidently leading projects.

Pay is worked out per project:

The GREAT Project runs 2 hours per week, for 4 weeks, total pay is:  £148.50-£301.20 dependant on role and location.

Equate runs as a drop-down day, per day total pay is: £94.50-£143.07 dependant on role and location.

Training and induction sessions will also be paid.

Hours:
Flexible working hours on a self-employed basis, during school hours and term times. We would ask that you only apply if you can offer at least 1 day per week ongoing availability.

Applicationsdeadline: 
9am Monday 26
th February 2024 

Interviews: 
Thursday 14
th March 2024 (subject to change depending on the number of shortlisted applications) 

Inductions:  

Inductions into the project will take place online and in person during Easter Holidays (1st April-12th April 2024) 

How toapply: 
An Application Form, Job Description and Person Spec can be found on the Get Involved page of our website
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Please send your completed application or any enquiries to recruitment@equation.org.uk.

Please note CVs will NOT be accepted

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