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Integrated Management System Trainer (9 Months) - Lancashire - £32,000 Pro Rata

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New at Demob Job:
Our client is a leading supplier of facility services (hard and soft) to the Ministry of Defence and they now have a requirement for an Integrated Management System Trainer to be based at their site in Leyland, near Preston for a temporary 9 month contract. Please note that due to the nature of this role, the successful candidate will be required to travel extensively in order to fulfil their duties, therefore a full driving licence and willingness to travel is essential.
Applicant Requirements:
  • Strong working background of bespoke training experience.
  • Knowledge and experience of design, delivery, assessment and verification of training.
  • Knowledge and experience of hardware and software requirements to underpin training.
Click the following link for further detail and to apply
http://www.demobjob.co.uk/info_jobid_2890.html
 
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