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Nouveau Wellbeing CIC is an award winning Community Interest Company established in 2008 to encourage increased fitness levels, personal development and healthy lifestyle choices - helping people and communities to feel positive, be active and live well.

Our aim of being at the forefront of innovative health and wellbeing intervention can only be achieved through having the right people in the team. Bethany Ainsley, Chief Executive Officer says:

"At the heart of our approach is employing all our staff directly, making sure we have a highly trained and qualified team who know and are mainly from the areas where we work. We also have a skilled and experienced board of directors, who we can draw on for advice and support.

We work constantly as a team to consult locally on what is needed, build partnerships, and to capture and record our impact using the best tools and techniques we can identify.

Good Luck with your application!"

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Current Opportunities:

With ambitious growth plans for 2017 we are looking for exceptional individuals with extensive knowledge and practical experience of delivering dance and fitness projects and activities.

1 x Full Time Team Officer (Tyne & Wear)
Salary: £19,000 - £21,000 per annum

2 x Full Time Practitioners (Durham & Darlington and Tees Valley)
Salary: £14,000 - £15,000 per annum

1 x Part Time Practitioner (Yorkshire – Leeds base)
With potential to increase to Full Time
Salary: £14,000 - £15,000 pro rata per annum

Team Officer

The Team Officer will be responsible for the management of staff and will directly line manage a team of Practitioners and Senior Practitioners within their locality. Working closely with the Operations Manager the role will involve managing projects, achieving sales and meeting KPI’s.

The Team Officer will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the enterprise within their particular locality and will be required to report back to the Operations Manager. The role will involve ongoing design/delivery of daily classes, sustaining member participation and completing associated administration duties.

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The Nouveau Practitioner will be responsible for the ongoing design/delivery of daily classes, sustaining member participation and completing associated administration duties. Working with the Team Officer and Senior Practitioners, the role will involve overseeing KPIs in relation to projects and classes. The role will involve building and maintaining excellent relationships with beneficiaries whilst promoting Nouvea Dance & Fitness services and products.

Both roles will require evening and occasional weekend work.

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Required Qualifications

Minimum of level 3 or equivalent qualification in dance and/or fitness, with experience of teaching dance or fitness to groups in community settings and evidence of continuous professional development. Other skills and experience relevant to the role.

For enquiries about the post, please contact Andrew Power at

The deadline for applications is noon on Thursday 19th of January.

It is anticipated that interviews will be held on Mon 30th to Tues 31st January 2017.

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