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The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health is diverse, engaging and innovative place to work. Our staff are passionate and enthusiastic about what they do. We foster leadership and personal growth, have flexible working arrangements and attractive salary packaging options. We can offer you rewarding career if you are interested in the field of multiculturalism and wellbeing.
We support professional development and encourage staff to participate in learning and networking opportunities. Staff are able to attend our monthly cultural responsiveness workshops as well as attend industry events, conferences and pursue additional learning. Staff are also invited to attend Journal Club which is run by our research team. The purpose of Journal Club is to discuss and critically analyse the latest literature on areas surrounding health care, cultural competence, health literacy, and consumer participation.
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We value the health and wellbeing of our staff and offer a number of physical and mindfulness activities. These include activities such as pilates, yoga and personal training.
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CEH Training Officer (Part Time Fixed Term Contract)
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) is a unique agency offering expertise in cultural diversity and health, cultural competence, social marketing, cross-cultural communication and consumer participation and health literacy to organisations across Australia.
CEH is a national provider of cultural competence and health literacy professional development. We’re committed to expanding the accessibility of high-quality online training in these fields while maintaining the quality of our face-to-face work.
Training Officer (0.6EFT to 30 June 2025) will work with the training team to make CEH the leading cultural competence training organisation in Australia. You will do this by creating engaging and practical learning experiences with clients face to face, online, in webinars and through eLearning. If you have the skills to deliver engaging training online and face to face and you can develop high quality eLearning, we’d love to meet you.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- Develop and deliver professional education in multiple formats including face to face, online workshops, webinars and through eLearning.
- Develop training for adult learners including adapting our existing workshops and knowledge into engaging digital formats.
- Manage training requests from external organisations. This includes developing training proposals/plans with clients that meet their needs and reflect the knowledge and expertise of CEH.
- Evaluate training and use this information to plan and revise existing and future training content and activities.
- Contribute your expertise and insight to other CEH programs or projects.
- Help position CEH as a key cultural competence training organisation for health and community services nationally by finding and contributing to opportunities to expand our profile especially through social media.
- Maintain and improve our systems for managing and delivering our training.
- Manage your own time and activities effectively.
Key Selection Criteria
Essential qualifications, attributes and skills include, but are not limited to:
- Presentation skills suitable for a range of audiences; peers, volunteers, and managers of organisations.
- Experience in the development of training materials with an emphasis on trainees applying new knowledge to their current work
- Demonstrated knowledge of adult learning principles
- Innovative, forward thinking, commercially minded and pragmatic mindset
- Ability to write effectively in plain language. This includes instructional text, audio /video scripts, curriculum, promotional material, and reports
- Demonstrated project management capability and the ability to successfully coordinate and develop multiple projects at one time.
- Extensive knowledge of issues facing refugee and migrant populations
- In depth knowledge of the operation of the Australian services system particularly community- based health, community services and local government.
Please note it is a requirement for all employees of North Richmond Community Health to demonstrate evidence of mandatory immunisations/vaccinations prior to commencement of employment, based on the Immunisation Category their position falls under. This position is classified as a Category C role.
All offers of employment are subject to provision of a satisfactory National Criminal History Check.
To apply for this position, please forward a cover letter which addresses the key selection criteria and your resume to email@example.com including the subject line CEH Trainer Application, by close of business on 2nd of September. Please note, only successful applicants will be contacted
Please note that applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria will not be reviewed.