- Organising Educator
- 12-month temporary part-time
- $113,078.00 per annum pro rata + Superannuation
- + 5 weeks annual leave pro rata + Christmas shutdown
The New South Wales Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) in association with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation New South Wales Branch (ANMF NSW Branch) seeks an Organising Educator to join our Organising Private Hospital and Aged Care Team (OPAC) on a 12-month temporary part-time (15 – 25 hours per week) basis.
In this role you will:
- Enhance Organising Officer knowledge in contemporary organising models.
- Identify and develop new organising tools and resources in consultation with the Campaign Leads and Team Manager/s, and review resources on a regular basis to ensure these continue to meet the needs of the team and members.
- 1:1 support of Organising Officers including site visits to review and assist development, reinforce formal training, and assist with mentoring and coaching.
- Establish and maintain effective relationships with other teams within the Association, particularly with the Public Health Organising (PHO) Educators and Manager to ensure consistency across Organising teams.
- Analyse and monitor team trends in learning needs and design specific interventions to address these.
- Support and reinforce the CORE Organising system and integrate learning opportunities into formal and informal education.
- Provide team education and develop organising resources which meet the stated Vision Statement and Strategic Plan including specific campaign goals as set by the Elected Officers.
- Develop Organising Officers to design and deliver member education.
To be considered for this position you require:
- Demonstrated experience in organising, specifically member leader development, at expert level
- Commitment to and/or experience in the development of others and teams.
- Relevant qualification in an education related field or a combination of extensive work experience and preparedness to complete a relevant course of study.
- Sound knowledge of organising frameworks and contemporary organising models.
- Demonstrated understanding of the principles of Adult Education as they relate to trade union training
- Ability to develop, deliver and evaluate organising education and training
- Commitment to contribute and work within a team
- Demonstrated time management skills
- Working knowledge of the nursing and midwifery professions.
- Demonstrated commitment to the union movement
- Driver’s licence
- Nursing or Midwifery Qualification
- Fluent in a second language
Your application must briefly address each point of the selection criteria found in the Organising Educator, OPAC position description.
NSWNMA/ANMF NSW Branch is an Equal Opportunity Employer and fosters a diverse workplace.