Freelance Facilitator

The Diana Award

Employment Type Contract Freelance contract, hours variable
Location Remote · UK Nationwide
Salary £175 - £210 (GBP) Day Rate + expenses
Team Programmes (ABA)
Seniority Mid-level
  • Closing: 6:30pm, 1st Jul 2024 BST

Job Description


The Anti-Bullying Ambassador Programme engages young people and teachers to change the attitudes, behaviour and culture of bullying by building skills and confidence to address different situations, both online and offline. We do this by bringing together young people and teachers from multiple schools at full-day regional training events across the UK. Each training day focuses on provided anti-bullying content which our Facilitators bring to life through engaging and interactive activities.   

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is highly organised, is reliable and is passionate about facilitating to young people.   

Exact locations of school sessions will be provided to successful applicants but please be mindful that this can be across the UK, so a willingness to travel (with some overnight stays) is essential. (Travel and accommodation costs are reimbursed.)  

 Please note we are not able to provide sponsorship, and therefore all applicants must have the right to work in the UK.


  • Deliver full-day, in-person training sessions to a range of primary and secondary school aged young people with the aim of empowering young people to tackle bullying behaviour in their schools.  

  • Undertake preparation activities to familiarise yourself with training session materials.  

  • Participate in supervision at agreed intervals with the Programme Coordinator and additional trainings and briefings as assessed appropriate. 

  • Keep young people safe while participating in sessions by adhering to The Diana Award’s safeguarding policy and practice, including reporting all safeguarding concerns and disclosures to The Diana Award’s Designated Safeguarding Manager.  

  • Book and expense your own travel arrangements, in line with our Expense Policy. 

  • Collect post-training surveys and input data into Excel. 


£175 per day for paired facilitation

£210 per day for solo facilitation

+ travel expenses and accommodation reimbursed in line with our expenses policy 


  • Confident and engaging public speaker, with ability to engage large groups of young people  

  • A demonstrable understanding of issues affecting young people; this could include topics such as bullying behaviour, online safety and mental health 

  • Ability to work both as part of a team and work independently, whilst meeting set deadlines 

  • Excellent organisation and time-management skills  

  • Passion for providing a platform for young people to have a voice and drive change in their schools and communities.  

  • An ability to reflect on your professional practice 

  • Willingness and ability to travel to different locations across the UK, with some overnight stays (max. 2 days of delivery per week)  

  • Commitment to adhere to The Diana Award’s safeguarding policies and procedures to keep young people safe at all times 

  • Commitment to The Diana Award’s vision, values and mission 


Removing bias from the hiring process

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Removing bias from the hiring process

  • Your application will be anonymously reviewed by our hiring team to ensure fairness
  • You’ll need a CV/résumé, but it’ll only be considered if you score well on the anonymous review

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