National Trainer Lead | Wellington City
|Position Type:||Permanent Full Time|
|Attachments:|| National Trainer Lead - TPA.pdf (PDF, 278KB)
|Application Close Date:||07-Jun-2023|
National Trainer Lead
Te whiwhinga mahi/The Opportunity
This recruitment is building on from the establishment of a training team to build family violence and sexual violence workforce and organisational capability.
This position will lead the team of national trainers focused on developing and delivering training to support the implementation of the workforce frameworks and tools and support the uplifting of knowledge and skills to understand and respond safely, effectively and consistently to sexual violence, and holding people who use harmful family violence and sexual behaviour.
The foundation of the National Trainer Lead role is built on 5 principles created during formulation of the workforce and organisational capability frameworks, and referenced in the Position description:
- Kotahitanga - Relationships and Inclusion
- Kaitiakitanga - Protection and Accountability
- Mahi Tahi - Collaboration and Advocacy
- Ora - Wellbeing and Restoration
- Koi Mahi - Innovation and Learning
He pūkenga tou/Skills and Experience
- Relevant tertiary qualification and/or equivalent knowledge, skills, and experience in training within FV and/or SV in the workforce and organisations.
- At least 5 years management / team leadership experience in a medium or large organisation
- Broad experience leadership in all family and/or sexual violence and wellbeing including inside and outside of Government
- Proven experience leading teams to deliver high quality products and consistently meeting deadlines
- Proven track record of experience and achievement in managing the design and delivery of training programmes against best practice training and learning methodology and technology, to develop capacity in a large organisation.
- Strategic thinker with experience developing and presenting solutions to senior-level audiences.
- Strong relationship building skills; ideally with track record of building credible expert relationships with internal and external stakeholders, influencing to deliver the best outcomes, and providing appropriate challenge when necessary.
- Strong learning and development and organisational acumen; expert applied problem-solving skills, well-developed analytical skills, critical thinking, solution focus and initiative.
- Deep expertise in sexual violence and/or family violence
- Knowledge of New Zealand public sector and machinery of government.
- Strong project management skills across multiple levels including large scale collaborative level and smaller self-directed scale projects and to manage multiple competing priorities and activities simultaneously.
Ko wai mātou/Who we are
Te Puna Aonui supports the IEB and the broader Joint Venture to operate, including by being the Government's lead advisor on family violence and sexual violence from a whole system perspective. We lead with influence and collaboration to provide space, focus and momentum for government, Māori, communities, NGOs and private organisations to work together.
We work with our partners to provide strategic policy advice and recommendations to the Joint Venture and to Government, including on the strategic direction and actions to take. We ensure our advice is based on best practice, evidence and includes the voice of lived experience. We establish and maintain relationships with our partners, designing and developing better solutions that bring about transformative change and establishing effective governance. We monitor and report on the financial and non-financial performance of the family violence and sexual violence system. We role model the change we wish to see and are a facilitator for Māori-Crown partnerships.
Te Puna Aonui is housed and serviced within Te Tāhū o te Ture – the Ministry of Justice. Joining Te Tāhū o te Ture means you will become part of an organisation that welcomes and supports people of all gender identities, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations, disabilities and religions.
He aha ngā painga o tēnei mahi mōu/Why you will enjoy working here
- Support for your professional development, including through access to an online professional development portal
- Access to a variety of inclusive and proactive networks, including tangata whenua, diverse communities, specialist sector and government agencies
- Wellbeing support – access to training/coaching and professional supervision, financial support with glasses prescriptions
- Flexible working arrangements.
Salary Range: The remuneration band for this role is $120,397 to $169,973, effective 1 June 2023 the remuneration band for this role will be $124,397 to $173,973 – the appointing salary will be based on skills and experience.
Tono mai/How to Apply
To apply, click the Apply button below to be directed to our Careers Website. You can view a detailed position description here, as well as complete an online application form by attaching your CV and cover letter.
Applications close on 7 June 2023, however we will be reviewing CV's as they come in and inviting successful candidates to interview before the close date.
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