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Community Trainer

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We are seeking a full-time enthusiastic, energetic professional trainer to join Our Community as part of our busy Institute of Community Directors Australia team. You'll work with us to deliver training for the not-for-profit sector across the length and breadth of Australia and across a range of disciplines, including fundraising and governance.

You will be responsible for providing training and associated support for not-for-profit staff and volunteers so they can learn how to become more effective. Your role will include a combination of: teaching various short courses and webinars and delivering our core offering, the Diploma in Business (Governance), including marking of assignments; development and delivery of new training material and associated content; and provision of phone and email support to trainees as required. Your day-to-day tasks will vary a lot, but it's all focussed on making not-for-profit organisations more efficient and effective.

Job tasks and responsibilities

  • Delivery of training throughout Australia (capital cities and rural locations in all states and territories) and via the web in both programmed and ad hoc courses
  • Participating in the ongoing evolution and refinement of our exceptional training program and support materials (aimed at directors, managers and staff) - the training you deliver will need to take into account trainees' differing levels of technical proficiencies and skill levels
  • Identifying any emerging training/knowledge gaps through ongoing contact with clients, as well as ensuring feedback is reflected in our ongoing training programs and curriculum
  • Creating and maintaining support documentation, training materials and online training videos
  • Maintaining training records in our administration system and working with our support team to provide ongoing email and phone support to trainees
  • Providing assistance as required with general administration and other activities.

Skills/Attributes - must haves

  • A proven track record of delivering accredited training to people with a diverse range of skills and capacities - you will preferably hold either a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110), a Diploma of Vocational Education and Training (TAE50116) or a Diploma of Training Design and Development (TAE50216)
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to engage and educate trainees of all ages, backgrounds and levels of experience
  • A proven track record in the design and delivery of successful training programs
  • Ability to follow instructions and work independently where required
  • Exceptional track record for reliability and adaptability
  • Happy to work in an informal (you don't have to dress up), open plan (no walls or dividers) office in North Melbourne (near Errol Street) with a team of 60 and Betsy, our greyhound office dog, or from home during the current COVID 19 pandemic.

Skills/Attributes - nice to have (but not essential)

  • Experience either sitting on, or working closely with, boards or committees, preferably in the not-for-profit environment
  • Experience in not-for-profit fundraising and grant submission writing
  • Experience in working with culturally diverse communities
  • Experience in running webinars and developing training videos

IMPORTANT: Any applications submitted outside of the application form available by clicking Apply Now will not be considered.

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