Caring for a loved one is important work. Some days caring brings great joy, but some days it can be lonely or a little overwhelming. No matter how you feel today, our Carer’s Gateway will be just a phone call away. Carer’s Gateway is an Australian Government initiative developed to provide information, support, counselling, and coaching to help you succeed in your role.
You will be part of the team establishing our new Carer’s Gateway service. As the Workplace Trainer you will work in collaboration with the Carer’s Gateway Manager and the wider Learning & Development team to advise on, develop and deliver learning solutions. Use your passion for learning to support and empower teams using Carer’s Gateway!
Your new role:
As the Workplace Trainer, you will create and implement your training programs to ensure the success of our new Carer’s Gateway. You will also be responsible for:
- Delivering learning in multiple formats including workshops and individual coaching and support
- Developing and implementing a 12 month learning and development plan for staff in conjunction with subject matter experts
- Supporting onboarding, training for the carer’s assessment tool and record management
- Conducting training needs analysis of skill and knowledge needs within and across the team
- Providing general support to teams around The Benevolent Society’s LMS and Job Family Foundations
Why this opportunity is right for you?
- Make your mark in this newly created position in our new innovative Carer’s Gateway
- You’re passionate about developing services, and the people in them, to optimise outcomes for clients
- You take enjoy seeing your work support the development of capabilities across the team
- Salary packaging and employee discount program inc gym’s available
- Fully mobile workforce; tools & support to work remotely or from our new hubs
- 12 month contract based in Glebe and Hurstville
What you need to succeed:
As an experienced Workplace Trainer you will have:
- At least 5 years’ experience in Learning and Development, or workplace training roles using blended modes of learning design and delivery
- Ability to work in a collaborative, cross functional way with teams, peers and stakeholders to achieve outcomes
- A pragmatic approach to problem solving, decision making and balancing priorities
- Facilitation experience to a wide variety of audiences (health & community services sector specific knowledge highly desirable)
- Demonstrated application of adult learning and instructional design skills in creating and delivering training, and evaluation
Interested? Apply online today!
Call Stephen Gray on 0403 369 262 to discuss the role in more detail.
We welcome diversity in all its forms; applications from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged. We value relationships with our local Aboriginal community and welcome applications from its members.
We see ability not disability, if you identify as a person with a different ability please get in contact.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check or similar (where relevant to the role).