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New Training Positions Available with RLSNSW

Royal Life Saving NSW (RLSNSW) is the leader in water safety education in NSW and for the Aquatics Industry, the state's principal organisation in vocational training. As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO: 90666), Royal Life Saving is committed to providing quality training outcomes to support the Aquatic and Recreation Industry, as well as the community at large.



We are currently advertising for two roles:


  1. Funded Training & Full Qualifications Coordinator

  2. Training Officer


Funded Training & Full Qualifications Coordinator

About the Role

As a high performing Smart & Skilled training provider with Training Services NSW, Royal Life Saving NSW regularly sources funded training opportunities for the aquatics and aligned industries, and assists with the recruitment of suitable learners.

This role acts as a conduit between Training Services NSW and Industry, in order to ensure training needs are being met to assist with recruitment, upskillsing and retention. The role also coordinates the student journey from eligibility checks through to completion and qualification issuing, and everywhere in between.


Key Tasks & Responsibilities

  • Coordinating the applications of Smart & Skilled & other priority area funding, with Training Services NSW

  • Coordinating the ongoing reporting of funded training in line with contract requirements

  • Developing and maintaining relationships with stakeholders at Training Services NSW

  • Ongoing liaison with RLS Regional Managers and Training Services Team in order to recruit learners for funded initiatives, provide ongoing support, and promote high levels of completion and student satisfaction throughout the student journey

  • Developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders within the aquatics industry, and other relevant bodies

Essential Qualifications & Experience

  • Familiarity and/or experience working within the Aquatics Industry

  • Familiarity and/or experience with Vocational Training and Assessment

  • Experience in operating within contractual or compliance requirements

  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to work with multiple stakeholders

  • Contribute and bring value to a team environment as well as the ability to work independently.

  • Strong time management, with the ability to work under pressure and towards deadlines.

  • NSW Working with Children Check.

  • Intermediate computer skills (particularly Microsoft programs).

  • Current NSW Driver’s License.

Desirable Skills and Qualifications

  • TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or higher qualification

  • Experience working with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

  • Experience managing Smart and Skilled Contracts

  • Experience in Student Management

Benefits

  • Royal Life Saving is committed to equal employment opportunity and embraces diversity and inclusion within its workforce. For a full job description contact pennyhodgers@royalnsw.com.au

  • As a not for profit, salary benefits are available.

  • Flexible and remote work opportunities available to the right candidate.

  • Fully maintained vehicle may be incorporated into salary package for the right candidate


Training Officer

With Castle Hill as an office hub, this role will take you all over Sydney and is spread across a 35hr working week. You will be joining a team of trainers who deliver training programs to a variety of clients across multiple industries. Each course brings about a new group of learners for you to train and assess in the areas of CPR and First Aid, Pool Lifeguard and Swim Teacher.

Maybe you already have experience in education and training, or maybe you have knowledge in first aid or lifesaving, and are ready for a new challenge; why not enquire about joining our Team. Full training in course content will be provided. While an ideal candidate may already possess a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, full training will be offered to the right applicant if needed.

Apply to join an organisation who does great work within the community.


Skills and experience

Essential

  • Excellent communication, confidence and engaging presentation skills when addressing small and large groups.

  • Ability to be flexible, agile, and cope in a dynamic environment.

  • Strong customer service skills, and the ability to communicate with multiple demographics.

  • Enthusiasm, with a passion for sport and recreation activities.

  • Willingness to deliver programs in schools (adults & students), corporate settings or community groups.

  • Contribute and bring value to a team environment as well as the ability to work independently.

  • Strong time management and organisational skills, with the ability to work under pressure.

  • NSW Working with Children Check.

  • Intermediate computer skills (particularly Microsoft programs).

  • Current NSW Driver’s License.

Desirable

  • Tertiary qualification and/or relevant work experience in health promotion, education or community engagement.

  • TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or higher qualification (training can be provided for the right applicant)

  • HLTAID011 Provide First Aid Qualification

  • Pool Lifeguard Qualification

  • Swim Teacher Qualification

  • Experience in the VET Industry

  • Trained in the Recognition and Management of Anaphylaxis Program (RAMOAP)

Job benefits and perks

Enjoy the diversity of teaching a different audience almost every day.

Ongoing professional development is provided and encouraged.

As a Not For Profit, Royal Life Saving can offer competitive salary packaging.

The role includes the use of a fully maintained company vehicle.


For a full position description, or for any enquiries, contact bencottee@royalnsw.com.au

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