Learning & Development Advisor – Leadership Development
Wellington City Council
Wellington CBD, New Zealand
4d ago
  • Is leadership development your jam?
  • Does playing an important role in shaping an organisation make your pulse race?
  • Are you itching to work your magic to improve a programme from great to amazing?
  • If you're ready for a new and rewarding challenge where you can really add value to and transform a flagship leadership programme, read on.

    Wellington City Council is looking for a Learning & Development Advisor with a strong background in and passion for leadership development programmes (LDPs).

    Our LDP is much-loved and well-regarded, but it's a few years old now and it's time for a review and a refresh as we head into the next decade.

    We're looking for a senior-level advisor that can critically review and analyse our current LDP and assess how it could be made even better, and how it fits together with our other people and culture initiatives and our overall strategic direction.

    Following the review, you'll make recommendations about how the LDP could be transformed from great to amazing, and you'll take a lead on the implementation of those recommendations.

    The right person will be a strategic thinker, a strong communicator, a learning design aficionado and a relationship management superstar.

    You'll have a proven track record of leadership development, with an uncanny ability to see how multiple things align and integrate together as well as being across the detail.

    Still keen? Ka pai. Just to let you know, this is a full time, fixed term role (till 30 August 2021) and there will be some mid-level Learning & Development tasks to complete as well as the main piece of senior-level work - refreshing our leadership programme.

    If you're interested in knowing more about the team you would be working in, this information sheet might answer some of your questions.

    THE APPLICATION PROCESS

    We want to make sure this is the right role for you, so we have a pretty robust application process. Please read this information sheet before submitting your application.

    NEXT STEPS

    If this role is perfect for you, or someone you know, please click through to the position description to read more about the role.

    If you have any questions, please contact Aleena Antony, Talent Acquisition Partner at aleena.antony wcc.govt.nz, otherwise please click the apply button to submit the document we asked for in the application process information sheet, along with a covering letter and your CV which outlines your relevant experience and successes.

    Applications close Sunday 16 August 2020

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