We’re looking for our next team member!

Head of Training Delivery


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  • Are you passionate about reducing the number of lives lost to suicide and self-harm?
  • Are you committed to developing the skills of frontline staff to respond effectively to distress?
  • Are you a reflective leader who enjoys supporting the development of others?
  • Are you looking for your next challenge?

We are looking for an inspiring leader to join our small and impactful organisation. You will work closely with the CEO at this exciting time of growth and change.


As part of the team, you will ensure the best possible outcomes for our community including, but not limited to, our 200 plus facilitators, team of 15 consultants and two training co-ordinators.


A reflective and supportive management style and outstanding communication skills will be important in ensuring you get the most out of your growing team.


We value being a fair, honest and ethical business that employees, customers, partners and stakeholders can be proud to be associated with. We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We aim to develop and sustain an inclusive environment where people can bring different perspectives, ideas, knowledge, and cultures. Our differences make us stronger.


This is a great time to join our passionate, skilled, and vibrant team. You will be part of a very exciting year ahead, as we prepare for the release of our new training package in 2023 and continue to grow as an organisation.

How to apply


The application process is taking place on Indeed – Apply online now Closing Date: 12pm on Sunday 25th September 2022

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