Espresso Martinis and Impact
MEDIA, JOBS & RESOURCES for the COMMON GOOD

eLearning Project Officer

Applications for this role are now closed.  Browse similar roles

Organisation : Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare

Location : Melbourne

Work type : Full-time

Sector : Children, Families, Youth & Young People

Salary type : Annual Package

About the role

  • The Centre is the peak body representing children, young people and families
  • Produce adult eLearning products to increase community sector capability
  • Would suit individuals with TAFE, RTO or adult education eLearning experience

The Organisation

The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (The Centre) is the peak body for children, youth and families in Victoria representing over 150 community service organisations and individuals. We work across services ranging from prevention and early intervention to the provision of out-of-home care, while advocating for children and young people to be heard, to be safe and to access and achieve in education.

Benefits & Culture

  • Salary packaging available
  • Family friendly, flexible workplace
  • Organisation’s ongoing commitment to training and development

The Role

Reporting to the L&D Manager, this position plays a pivotal role in the production and development of quality training for our community service organisations. The role is responsible for identifying industry needs around eLearning development, working in collaboration with the Centre’s membership, internal specialists and the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS).

The successful applicant will be involved in the transformation of the industry’s accredited and non-accredited learning needs to an eLearning platform. Being hands-on in the role, you will be building and developing courses, maintaining the LMS (Learning Management System), and working closely with in-house subject matter experts to tailor content.

You will maintain the Centre’s online learning system, designing and uploading learning materials, supporting and engaging with students as they navigate the courses. You will also need to scope the market for appropriate IT innovations and liaise with facilitators to develop online content for training courses.

Skills Required

Ideally, you are in a similar eLearning position in a comparable organisation preferably from the education or RTO sector and have a solid understanding of adult learning and learning management systems. You will be comfortable completing all aspects of the role from maintenance and reporting, meeting targets and managing external relationships and expectations.

You will need to demonstrate:

  • A good understanding of adult learning
  • LMS management (Moodle) and reporting skills
  • Proven track record of implementing successful e-learning content/modules and instructional design skills
  • Knowledge of VET accredited training
  • Experience in intelligence gathering and networking across a broad range of stakeholders
  • Energy, drive and initiative, excellent interpersonal skills, and a hands-on attitude

If you would like to use your instructional design skills to contribute to the development of a highly skilled and knowledgeable workforce in the child and family services sector, please forward your application in MS Word format including your resume, a covering letter including responses to the skills required above quoting reference 49700.  Please note that there is no formal closing date for this role but early applications are encouraged and suitable candidates may be shortlisted for interview as applications are received.

About the organisation

Organisation Name : Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare

How to apply for this role


Please quote in application: eLearning Project Officer via Pro Bono Australia.


PRINT

You Might Be Interested In

View More Jobs

Featured Suppliers

Source More Suppliers
Yarra Trams Community Partnerships
pba inverse logo
Subscribe Twitter Facebook

Get purpose-driven roles delivered free to your inbox every Monday morning.

You have Successfully Subscribed!