- Full Time
- Education and Training, Indigenous, Management, Retail and Hospitality
- Not For Profit (NFP), Social Enterprise
- Regional NT
- Job posted on: 02 Dec 2019
- Applications close: 08 Jan 2020
At Voyages, our success is driven by our people. Their diversity, skills and passion are the foundation of our ability to deliver our purpose of changing lives through cultural tourism.
The National Indigenous Training Academy (NITA) provides industry training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people aspiring to a career in the tourism and hospitality industry. This position is based at Ayers Rock Resort just outside the world famous Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park and on the lands of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara and Yankuntjatjrra peoples. NITA supports up to 120 new recruits each year to develop skills, gain industry experience and improve career opportunities for First Nations young peoples entering the workforce.
Voyages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce is 36% of the total workforce. This is your chance to contribute to changing lives through cultural tourism. If you are up to the challenge of training, mentoring and coaching our new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees, then this is the job for you!
Our team has the privilege to deliver tailored and customised training to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people with various learning needs, educational backgrounds and work experience—for many of the trainees, this is their first job and the first time they have moved away from home. Your role will be pivotal in planning, managing and coordinating the effective, efficient and appropriate delivery in the NITA Traineeship program under the direction of the General Manager. You will be expected to lead and assist a small team to deliver training and assessment services in line with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) accreditation and standards with a focus on Certificate IIIs in Hospitality, Retail and Horticulture through the resort operations.
As a Training Manager you will contribute to the strategic development, enhancement and expansion of the NITA program over the next three to five years and build strong relationships across Ayers Rock Resort team to achieve Indigenous employment, training and business development goals.
If you can see yourself in this role and feel you can contribute to the ongoing success of Voyages, then click apply now!
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
A position description is attached.
Please include you resume and cover letter in an email outlining your passion and why you will be the best fit for our team to our Keira in our Talent Team Voyages.Talent@voyages.com.au, using the subject line: Training Manager - The National Indigenous Training Academy application via EthicalJobs.