The day-to-day work of Place for Hope is enabled by our dedicated staff who liaise closely with our Team and Trustees.

Training Manager

Posted: 04 May 2021

Post:  Training Manager
Salary Scale: £35,480 -  £36,596 (full time equivalent per annum; starting scale dependent on skill and experience)
Status: Part Time, Permanent – 21 hours p/w (open to some negotiation)
Location: Home Working, with travel for events throughout Scotland & other parts of the U.K.

Closing Date for Applications: 19/05/21 at 12 noon
Interviews will be held online on: 01/06/21
Start date: tbc depending on availability, but w/c 14/06/21 would be ideal.

Job Summary
The role of Training Manager is a key position in supporting the charity’s strategic goal of growing our outstanding training programmes to equip more people and faith communities to reach their potential as peacemakers. The Training Manager has particular responsibility for enhancing and delivering our external training programmes, including our set programmes and those we tailor for clients. In addition, they will oversee the recruitment and ongoing training (CPD) of our Practitioners. Previous high-level experience of training, resourcing and equipping in the charity sector, as well as a passion for peacemaking is essential. This is an exciting time to join Place for Hope and play a pivotal and strategic role in equipping faith communities to choose peace in times of fear and division.

Organisation Profile
Place for Hope is a Scottish Charity, passionate about developing peacemakers in faith communities. We accompany people experiencing conflict and equip and train people to navigate change and conflict well. To deliver this purpose, we are privileged to have a highly trained, multi-denominational team of volunteer Practitioners who have expertise in mediation, training and facilitation. The Practitioners are supported by our small, dedicated staff team. 

Equal Opportunity Employer 
Place for Hope, as an independent Scottish Charity (SCO45224), is an equal opportunity organisation and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion or belief, gender, disability, sexual orientation or age. For more information about us, please visit

Please download the job application pack below or for more information contact Carolyn Merry:


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