- Job posted on: 14th Aug 2019
- Applications close:
St John Ambulance Australia (VIC) has served the community for over 135 years. We work for the service of humanity, existing to help those who are in sickness, distress, suffering or danger.
Running in excess of 4600 events per year, our dedicated volunteer membership is the lifeblood of the organisation, providing first aid and medical services to those in need at public events and emergencies. As a result of increasing community demand and output, as well as internal staff promotion, we are seeking a dynamic professional with operational experience.
The Training Manager exists within the Event Health Services structure of St John and is responsible for ensuring the delivery of training, both accredited and non-accredited, is provided to members in a professional, engaging, timely and accessible manner.
As well as day to day management, this role will lead and have influence in projects and strategic initiatives to enhance the organisation and provide increased outputs across all metrics; training, preparing and equipping St John team members to meet the increasing and dynamic needs of the community. This role will also manager our Volunteer Recognition Coordinator, which is a vital role in the development and implementation of the reward and recognition programs for volunteers at St John.
Previous experience working with budgets/P&Ls and volunteers would be highly regarded.
St John offers a variety of benefits including tax free salary packaging options, wellness programs, free breakfast and fruit at branch, discount cards, career development and training, leadership programs, staff excellence awards/recognition programs and an active social club.
St John Ambulance is an Equal Opportunity Employer and as an organisation that regularly works with children, St John believes that all children have the right to be emotionally and physically safe at all times. St John is committed to identifying, mitigating and managing risk to children through a preventative and risk management approach.