Access Community Health is a leading healthcare provider in New Zealand. We specialise in home-based healthcare and support and have been at the forefront of community health since the 1920s.
Our dedicated teams of nurses and support workers care for over 20,000 people across NZ to live independently in their homes and communities.
This vacancy is for a role for being a Regional Trainer for Central region. This is a full-time role of 40 hours per week (Monday to Friday).
Hours of work will be agreed with the successful applicant.
What does a Regional Trainer do?
The Regional Trainer role contributes to the delivery of our community-based support services and target of excellence by :
Delivering training to Support Workers designed to help them achieve NZ Certificate in Health & Wellbeing Level 2, 3 and 4 qualifications
Providing innovative solutions to training challenges - pushing the boundaries to develop the skills Support Workers want and need to meet current and future demands
Working with the local and national teams to ensure best planning, systems and tools to manage the region's training needs
Carry out classroom training sessions through Zoom and in-person via presentations
What's in it for you?
A vigorous induction programme
Laptop, phone and a Car
Support from the National People and Development Advisors and National Training Teams throughout Access.
What are we looking for?
Excellent communication and negotiation skills
Excellent computer skills
Excellent problem solving, initiative and high energy levels
Confident public speaker
Self-driven and autonomous
Able to work under time pressures - remaining calm and focused
Able to prioritise and manage work flow
Full driver's license and confident driver as travel around the region is a must.
Adult education and / or Nurses qualification preferred