If the land is well and the sea is well, the people will thrive. We are pleased to announce a new opportunity for an experienced senior trainer to join our Organisational Development unit at Te Papa Atawhai (DOC).
This is truly an exciting time to join the team as we embark on transformation and implement a new structure and way of working, with new roles and a broad range of projects on the go to support the achievement of DOC's strategic goals.
He angitūtanga About the RoleReporting to the Team Lead of Core Skills Delivery, as the Senior Trainer you'll be motivated to set the standard for and build the capability of our people through the delivery of our annual learning and development programmes, with a strong focus on online training delivery.
Some of our core national programmes on the go include Manager Development, National Induction and an array of virtual workshops and webinars.
You'll bring credibility and confidence to partner with key stakeholders, including Directors, Managers, subject matter experts and colleagues from the wider OD unit, to effectively support the design, implementation and roll-out of national and bespoke training initiatives, whilst also working with individuals across our organisation to develop and build on their facilitation capability and readiness to deliver training.
A curious and analytical approach to learning design and evaluation is key. You'll be accountable for leading continuous review of programmes and interventions through insights gathering and reporting, to ensure training and facilitation is fit-for-purpose, engaging and impactful, and that opportunities for continuous improvement and enhancement can be realised.
Above all, we are calling for a conscious collaborator who enjoys working as part of a team and who is willing to share knowledge and support coaching and development across the wider team of trainers.
Ngā pūkenga me ngā wheako Skills and experienceIf you are truly passionate about organisational learning and development, and if you feel aligned to our Kaupapa purpose : Papatūānuku Thrives, then we want to hear from you.
In particular, we'll be looking for evidence against the following lead requirements within your application :
Tono ināianei Apply nowKeen to jump aboard our waka and be at the forefront of organisational capability development for DOC?
Submit your CV and a tailored cover letter (PDF) online that describes your interest and that highlights your relevant skills, experience and personal qualities.
Applications close 5pm on Sunday 31 October 2021. Interviews are expected to take place from w / c 8 November in Wellington.
A presentation exercise may be included as part of the selection process.If you have enquiries about the role you can get in touch with hiring manager Steve Tully at stully doc.
govt.nz or 0273377277.Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory, including a valid work visa covering the whole period of employment if applying internationally.