Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Coordinator
Flexible Part-Time – .4 (15.2 hours per week)
$64,000 Pro rata
One-year contract (12 months)
In this newly created role we seek an organised and experienced training/event coordinator to work with the Western Australia Branch Manager to support and promote the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities for our members. This includes the coordination of workshops, consultation groups and events such as World Social Work Day.
You will be a key point of contact for members, facilitators and CPD enquires to the Branch and you will have the ability to work autonomously with the support of the WA Branch Manager, and an Australia wide organisation.
Your new workplace
The Australian Association of Social Workers is the professional body representing over 11,500 social workers throughout Australia. In addition to providing services in professional education and support for social work practice we also advocate for social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of Australians.
What you’ll need to succeed
To be considered for this role it is essential that you have experience in professional development and program coordination for adult learners/professionals. With a genuine commitment to high quality service delivery, preferably in the human services sector. You will have the ability to form positive relationships with members, stakeholders, staff and volunteers, and you will be a practical and logical thinker. A Certificate IV or equivalent in Training and Assessment, is desirable but not essential.
How to Apply
What you need to do now
If that describes you, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and attach your cover letter and resume. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications must be emailed to email@example.com by 8am Monday 20 August 2018, with interviews planned for latter that week.
A police check and other probity checks may apply to the successful candidate.
AASW is committed to providing an inclusive workplace culture where all our staff are valued and recognised for their unique qualities, ideas and perspectives. We welcome all suitably qualified applicants, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and all people regardless of gender, gender identity, relationship status, caring responsibilities, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, intersex status or other difference.