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Careers

Join the CPI Team! If you want to work for a company where your work matters, your contribution is recognised, and you can feel good about what you do, consider working for Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI).

Open Positions

Global Professional Instructor - Home based with extensive travel.  

SUMMARY

The Global Professional Instructor (GPI) is responsible for the effective and professional delivery of any or all CPI products this may include Consultancy, Customisation, Training, Instructor support and project work as required.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Health & Social Care, i.e. RGN, RPN, etc..
  • PGCE, Hdip in Education
  • B.Ed

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Please apply by emailing your CV and any additional information to GPI to csheehan@crisisprevention.com and mtaylor@crisisprevention.com

 

Senior Business Development Manager - Manchester based


SUMMARY
The Senior BDM will work with the Sales Manager with a new business brief within the children’s care and education sectors across defined postcode areas. We’re looking for an ambitious, tenacious, entrepreneurial, proactive individual, looking for a continued step in sales.

We don’t expect applicants to have sector experience, but a proven sales track record is a prerequisite. Training will be provided to help adapt your skills to this role. Over time we expect that the successful applicant will develop within the company and specialise their skills. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to grow the CPI market share within their postcode area. BDMs at CPI have regularly exceeded OTE and promotional opportunities for proven candidate are realistic.


ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Accountable for 2023 personal target within the relevant sector.

  • Meets assigned targets for profitable sales volume, market share, and other key financial performance objectives.

  • Comfortable on the phone and able to develop and nurture new customer relationships.

  • Identify leads / opportunities via phone / social media and personal mailers.

  • Achieves assigned organisational objectives for Sales.

  • Ability to manage personal territory / time in a way that enables growth.


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Please apply by emailing your CV and any additional information to our Head of Sales Andrew Naughton (anaughton@crisisprevention.com).

About Us

If you want to work for a company where your work matters, your contribution is recognised, and you can feel good about what you do, consider working for Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI).

CPI employees care about making the world a better place. You can hear it when you talk to us, see it when you step into our training classes, and feel it when you meet people who’ve used our strategies to help people in their care. To us, Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM is not only the core of our training programmes. This philosophy guides us in all we do.

We treat our customers, guests, and each other with dignity and respect. We are stewards of these principles.

Our mission is to provide our customers with training and resources to ensure safety for themselves, their colleagues, and the people in their care. We strive to provide our customers with a personal customer service experience each and every time they interact with us because we believe business should be personal.

Our Employment Philosophy

Wherever your professional talents lie, you will find rewarding work at CPI. You should consider joining us because we:

  • Recognise all employees as important, integral parts of our team.
  • Have hardworking employees who excel at what they do.
  • Promote qualified candidates from within whenever we can.
  • Provide a safe and pleasant workplace that embraces Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM.
  • Encourage employees to expand their knowledge and value to the company through educational opportunities.
  • Honour the value and strength of cultural diversity.

Equal Employment Opportunity

We are an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and competence. Our employment practices are not influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, disability unrelated to ability to do a job, or any other characteristic protected by law. This policy governs all aspects of employment, promotion, assignment, termination, and other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.

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