- Supportive Team Environment
- Part Time (0.8FTE), ongoing role
- $63,299 – $67,744 per annum + super
Due to an internal promotion, we currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced L&D Coordinator with strong coordination and administration skills, proven experience and prowess in using Learning Management systems (LMS) and a strong customer experience focus to form an integral part of our dynamic, professional and friendly team where you will support and make a different to our workforce.
The career development, retention and talent management of our employees has been identified as a focus for the organisation, so this unique opportunity will play a key role in ensuring that our L&D programs and systems align to and meet the needs of employees and the organisation into the future.
The City of Salisbury is a local government entity and encompasses an area of 158km2. We are a community focused organisation, providing essential services to residents and visitors, in a dynamic and flexible working environment.
We are a progressive, sustainable and connected community, where we celebrate our employee's and community's diversity and where people are valued and feel safe, included, connected and have a sense of belonging.
Our values (ReACH) encompass Respect, Accountability, Collaboration and Helpfulness. Do these align with your desire to work in a team-based environment, delivering projects for the benefit of the community while also liaising with a wide variety of stakeholders?
Reporting to the Manager People and Culture this anchor role requires a self-motivated and systems focussed individual who likes to hit the ground running and who is proactive with attention to detail.
The main objectives of this diverse role are:
- Coordinate our suite of compliance, personal, professional and leadership development training activities.
- Coordinate forward planning of Learning and Development activities, staff events and programs and other People & Culture programs; aligning to the strategy and direction of Council.
- Monitor, analyse, evaluate and report on Corporate training activities and identify gaps where relevant with regards to future opportunities.
- Maintain Learning Management System (LMS) data, ensuring that record keeping and reporting is accurate, effective and timely and producing reports as required.
- Working closely with the People and Culture and Business Transformation teams to implement changes to our L&D function and the LMS and maintain carriage of day to day functionality of relevant processes.
Skills, Knowledge, Experience:
To be successful to excel in this role you will have:
- Demonstrated sound knowledge of operational methods/ work activities in administering and reporting of learning and development programs.
- Demonstrated experience coordinating and managing events and functions.
- Demonstrated research skills in relation to identification of training providers.
- Knowledge of Learning Management systems, evaluations and data analysis.
- Ability to analyse, review, and report on data.
- Demonstrated initiative to plan and organise work.
- Excellent organisation and time management skills, including ability to meet deadlines. prioritise, plan, coordinate and organise a diverse range of administrative support activities.
- Certificate qualification in Training and Assessment or Human Resources or proven experience in a L&D Coordinator role.
What's in it for you?
Ability to become part of a dedicated team, owning key tasks and driving an exceptional community experience through internal change and support, with the flexibility to manage what's important through an excellent work life balance and an employer committed to your professional development and career.
This is a great opportunity to bring your skills and experience to support us to reshape L&D within the City of Salisbury.
Further information is available by accessing the Position Description.
Specific enquiries should be directed to Bronwen Fisher, Human Resources Business Partner - L&D on 0419 158 249
Applications close 9.00 am, Monday 23 May 2022.