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Salary: Pay Band 4 spinal point 1: £24,612
Post: 1 Full Time position 
Location: Based across Buckinghamshire


The Role

You will be engaging and training service users across Buckinghamshire to assist them in moving closer to employability through delivering workshops with an element to numeracy incorporated. Guiding the service users through workshops to build a pathway to support them through their journey into Sector Based Work Academies or having employability skills to further their progress.

You will work closely with the Multiply Project Manager and stakeholders based within various community settings. You will promote, plan and deliver workshops to service users on topics such as CV writing, interview skills and supporting service users to break down barriers and build resilience in a holistic person-centred approach. 

The role will require you to build strong relationships with other service providers and community groups, offering workshops related to the Multiply Project deliverables.

See the Multiply Trainer Job Description for more information on the role.

The Person

You will preferably have experience in leading, facilitating and delivering training related to employability and person-centred support services.  Using a range of various skills and techniques, you will be apt at engaging those hardest to reach in the community. You must have a confident, relatable approach, be self-driven, flexible, adaptable and have the ability to work to tight deadlines. You will need strong organisational and administrative abilities and meet funder requirements for all delivery as required.

The role also requires you to be confident with social media and supporting Social Media content on occasion. The role requires you to work within strict funder compliance guidelines. 

The Project

The Multiply Project is a new government-funded programme to help adults (19 years+) who do not already have a maths GCSE at grade C (or equivalent) improve their numeracy skills. The scheme is part of Buckinghamshire Council’s new ‘Opportunity Bucks’ programme which aims to improve outcomes for people in Buckinghamshire.

The Multiply project is fully funded by the Local Authority and Adviza is a subcontractor of Bucks Adult Learning working in collaboration with local stakeholders and service users.

The Organisation

Adviza is a large, vibrant and innovative charity working with community organisations and people of all ages across the South West.

Working for Us

You will have an exciting, interesting and rewarding opportunity to develop innovative working within your community to support both employers and job seekers overcome barriers to move forward.

What’s in it for you?

Salary & Pay Progression: our salaries are competitive within our sector, and we have a pay progression scheme in development which puts your future pay increases in your hands.

Your personal development: from fully funded qualifications through to allocated work time for personal development for every employee – we have your development covered.

Pensions: we go above and beyond to help you prepare for the future by matching your pension contribution up to 10% of your salary.

Holidays & Work life balance: starting at 28 days holiday (in addition to your bank holidays) you will move to 30 days after being part of our team for just 2 years. You also get a day off on your birthday! But more than that – we offer a genuine commitment to working with you on a working pattern and model that suits you and the business best. Currently 51% of our employees work part time or term time, and many others have individual working arrangements that, most importantly, still get the job done.

More Information

For more information about the role, please contact

How to Apply?

It’s simple really – just send in your CV with a covering statement to tell us why you are applying and why you think this is the role for you to: [email protected].


Closing date: 15th December 2023


This position may be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Adviza supports equal opportunities in employment and is a positive about disabilities employer. Every disabled candidate who meets the minimum criteria will be offered an interview. The minimum criteria can be found on the relevant person specification in the application pack.


Adviza Partnership Charity Number: 1132201


Adviza is committed to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among our workforce, and eliminating unlawful discrimination.

Our aim is for our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and our customers, and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best.


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