Civil Voices

Learning and Development Manager

Location : Melbourne (Melbourne)

Organisation : Court Network

Work Type : Full-time

Salary Type : Annual Package

Application Closing Date : 30-04-2018

About the Role

Court Network is seeking expressions of interest from experienced, qualified individuals to fill the position of Learning and Development Program Manager.

The successful applicant will be responsible for the quality and continuous improvement of Court Network’s integrated Learning and Development Program, which includes intake as well as ongoing training and development needs with a focus on developing a highly professional and quality workforce and increasing workforce capability.
This is a specialised position and requires an individual with highly developed skills and expertise in a number of areas of responsibility:
• Oversight and primary responsibility for effective implementation of the Learning and Development Program and all relevant systems and processes that underpin its operation
• Ability to develop and manage an annual training plan consisting of both the comprehensive Networker intake training, as well as ongoing professional development
• Coordination and management of the training team
• Coordination and oversight of the recruitment and selection of new Networkers
• Management of community and interagency relationships.
We are specifically targeting someone with the following skills:
1. Program management including the management of a small team, ability to have a system focus, ability to manage and facilitate multiple processes and actions
2. Community sector relevant tertiary qualifications and/or experience in working in adult education within the community services sector
3. Experience and/or ability to develop, deliver and coordinate integrated learning and development platforms for community groups and/or volunteers

About the Organisation

Organisation Name : Court Network
Court Network is a frontline community organisation that supports people to access the court system. Our role is to empower and increase the confidence of court users to manage the requirements of the courts. Established in 1980, the organisation operates on a state-wide basis providing court-based non-legal support, information and referrals to members of the community in both the criminal and civil courts. The service is delivered by over 400 highly-trained volunteer Networkers across Victoria and Queensland who provide support on a non-judgemental and confidential basis.

Apply for this Job

For details concerning this role, please contact

Rachael Pallenberg

Phone : (03) 8306 6911

Email :

If this sounds like you and you would like to discuss further, you can contact the Acting Victorian State Manager, Rachael Pallenberg on (03) 8306 6911, or email a current CV with a cover letter to
Include in the email a short explanation of how your skills and experience demonstrate your capability in each of the three areas specified above (please keep to a maximum of three paragraphs).
We wish to advise that we will contact only those applicants we intend to invite in for interview.
We are grateful to those applicants that have previously shown interest in the position, however we will consider new applications only.

Please quote in application: Learning and Development Manager via Pro Bono Australia.


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