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Trainer responsible for training / inducting staff for large Not For Profit (NFP) - care and support services
Your new company
Our client is a large Not For Profit (NFP) organisation who’s services make a difference to the lives of people across Australia. This role is to be based at the Darwin Office reporting to an interstate State HR Manager and a State Director.
Your new role
We are seeking a State Trainer for the NT to be responsible for training staff and managers within the organisation’s offices across the Northern Territory.
As either an experienced Trainer OR a professional operating within the care and support services, community services and/or not for profit sector sector seeking a career change, you will be responsible for taking ownership of developing, reviewing and delivering training programs and assessments for internal staff, travelling to deliver training and conduct assessments with staff and Managers, assisting with the improvements of training and designing creative new programs to engage participants, developing training materials, and so on. You will ensure that all training sessions are properly planned, delivered and equipped. The training programs which are typically already written are designed to assist staff and Managers in their roles such as staff and company inductions relating to specific service sectors, Bullying & Harassment, Working with Children, management training and training that may enable them to handle difficult conversations effectively (not limited to) and so on.
What you'll need to succeed
You will ideally have a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent and a passion for learning and development or a background as a professional, practitioner or program manager within the care and support services, community services and/or not for profit sector seeking a career move in to training, HR and/or Learning and Development ( L&D ).
You should have the ability to deliver training programs to a diverse staff group including, but not limited to, staff who work within aged care or disability services or those who work with young people and adults for whom English is not a first language. Experience working within the Not For Profit (NFP) sector is desirable.
You will have an NT Driving Licence and be willing to travel across the NT and occasionally interstate. If successful a National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role) is required.
What you'll get in return
In return, you will receive a competitive salary with excellent tax benefits / salary sacrifice, annual leave, rostered days off (1 RDO per month), and the opportunity to develop yourself further and advance your career as a State-wide Trainer working for a large not for profit organisation.
What you need to do now
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