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Learning and Development Manager

 

  • Job posted on: 25th November 2022
  • Applications close: 11:59PM AEDT, 30th December 2022

 

 

 

HOW TO APPLY

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ABOUT THE ROLE

We are looking for experienced educators to join our dynamic Learning and Development team. Applicants should have qualifications and/or equivalent experience in health education and promotion, community capacity building, workplace training and assessment or similar. This should be paired with a strong knowledge of the challenges, systems and public policy impacting LGBTIQA+ people, especially young people, including mental health and wellbeing, self-determination and bodily autonomy in health care, the law, homelessness, peer and family rejection, and experiences of harassment and violence.

The Learning and Development Officer is a casual role paid at SCHADS L4 working approximately 24 hours per month (anticipated but not guaranteed) on a one year, fixed term contract. This role is based at the Twenty10 office in Chippendale, Inner Sydney – although the role regularly delivers training throughout Sydney and sometimes greater NSW.

REPORTING STRUCTURE

This position reports directly to the Learning and Development Manager (LDM). There are no
direct reports to this position.

KEY SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

 Qualifications and Prerequisites

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or equivalent experience in health education and
    promotion, community capacity building, workplace training and assessment or similar
  • Demonstrated skills in creating, presenting and evaluating training or educational
    sessions to a wide variety of audiences
  • Current NSW Working with Children Check clearance
  • National Police Check Certificate upon commencement then at least every 3 years
  • Current NSW driver’s license and a willingness to travel as part of this role.

Experience Required

  • Demonstrated understanding of the challenges, systems and public policy impacting
    LGBTIQA+ people, especially young people, including mental health and wellbeing, self-
    determination and bodily autonomy in health care, the law, homelessness, peer and
    family rejection, and experiences of harassment and violence
  • Demonstrated understanding and experience of community development and social
    inclusion principles and processes
  • Sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Powerpoint and Excel),
    internet applications and databases, and willingness to learn new programs

Aptitude & Interpersonal Skills

  • Outstanding communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills with the ability
    to develop rapport with a wide range of people including different genders, sexual
    orientations, ethnical backgrounds, age and experience
  • Strong initiative, positivity and demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment,
    both independently and as part of a team, and ability for conceptual and strategic
    problem solving
  • Personal qualities include alignment with the values of the organisation
  • Excellent organisational and problem-solving skills including the ability to prioritise
    work, manage multiple tasks and competing priorities, negotiate solutions, and meet
    deadlines,

Check out full details of the role via Ethical Jobs.

HOW TO APPLY

Apply for this position via Ethical Jobs.

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW is:

  • an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, and people of diverse genders, sexualities, and/or with intersex variations to apply.
  • a signatory to the NSWPrinciples for the Recognition of Volunteer Rights,valuing the contributions and respecting the rights of all of our volunteers.

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