Facilitator

London, England, United Kingdom

Description

Want to join a company where every voice counts, and contribute to improving the most complex and controversial of public projects?

About the role

Are you an experienced facilitator who is available over the summer?

At Traverse, we help organisations who are dealing with complex and controversial issues to understand what the communities and people affected think about their projects and proposals. We use transparent processes and evidence-based research, engagement and consultation tools to engage and weigh every voice, personal and professional, whether loudly proclaimed or seldom heard.

We are currently looking for experienced facilitators to help us deliver an exciting nation-wide engagement programme over the summer months. The workshops will take place both during weekdays and weekends and some overnight stays may be required.

The nature of engagement work means that we foresee an ongoing need for facilitators on future projects once our summer programme has completed.

The facilitator will be expected to:

This role will suit experienced facilitators who enjoy talking to members of the public and are happy to travel around the UK.

As a contractor you will have flexibility to accept jobs and will not be obliged to take all work offered, however there is an expectation that you will be able to accept a reasonable proportion.

Remuneration

Person Specification

We are looking for someone with:

How to apply

Please send a full CV with a covering letter focussing on your facilitation experience / relevant skills.

If your application is taken forward, you will be invited to attend an interview and to complete some assessment tasks.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

About Traverse

In a world where everyone from policy makers to citizens has a distinct perspective, every decision we make has to stand up to challenge.

Our clients rely on us when the issues are thorny and good decisions matter. From health and social care integration to airport expansion, social isolation to the future of energy generation, we bring our expertise to help clients listen, analyse and act decisively.

Traverse was established in 1989 as the UK’s first employee-owned “public interest” company. And we are proud of our employee owned credentials. Today, we are a highly successful and well-regarded research and consultancy organisation which supports and champions the delivery of social impact. We’re passionate about making a difference and this passion motivates us to deliver high quality services and outcomes for our clients.

Equal opportunities

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

Applicants who satisfy the minimum standards of the role may be asked to take a number of ability tests before being progressed to the next stage of the recruitment process. If an ability test has a feature that, in the opinion of the applicant, places a disabled person at a substantial disadvantage to other candidates, Traverse agrees to take such steps as is reasonable to mitigate the disadvantage.

Should an applicant be able to demonstrate their ability for the role as laid out in the job description by any alternative method, this will be given due consideration by Traverse.

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