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Learning Resource Development Officer

Scout Talent - Canberra, ACT

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin


  • Are you a learning resources specialist with keen attention to detail, high levels of integrity and a 'don't give up' attitude?
  • Join one of Australia's most influential NFP organisations in this busy and varied opportunity creating training, assessment and e-learning resources.
  • Attractive remuneration negotiable with skills and experience + salary sacrificing options!

About the Organisation

St John Ambulance Australia is a self-funding charitable organisation and is Australia's largest first aid trainer and provider of first aid at public events. St John has been active in Australia for over 130 years.

The organisation teaches practical life-saving skills to over 1 million people each year and its members contribute over 1.2 million hours of voluntary service annually.

St John has seven main areas of activity:

  • Event and Emergency First Aid
  • First Aid Training
  • Ambulance Services
  • Caring For The Community
  • Developing Youth
  • Eye Health Programs; and
  • Funding St John Ambulance Australia's Charitable Activities

About the Opportunity 

St John Ambulance Australia (St John) now has an exciting opportunity for a Learning Resource Development Officer to join their team. Reporting to the training manager, you will be responsible for designing, developing and maintaining training, assessment and e-learning resources for both accredited and non-accredited programs. 

The Learning Resources Development Officer also works closely with other members of the Training Team, the State and Territory St John offices and members of the e-learning team.

More specifically, your day-to-day responsibilities will include:

  • Designing and developing training and assessment resources for a wide range of first aid related courses;
  • Developing content for e-learning courses;
  • Maintaining a library of training, assessment and e-learning resources; and 
  • Ensuring all training resources are compliant with the appropriate legislation and regulation.

We have offices in Canberra and Melbourne, and as such, you will have the opportunity to work from either location. Additionally, St John is committed to supporting the work-life balance of their team, and are happy to consider a variety of working arrangements depending on your needs.

About You

To be considered for this position you will have a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (or equivalent), or be eager to undertake this qualification with the support of St John. Demonstrated experience in the design and development of training programs, and/or previous experience working with an NFP organisation will be advantageous, and help you hit the ground running in your new role. 

One of the biggest challenges of this role is the ability to create product/curriculum for states and territories under a federated organisational structure. This role requires you to work collaboratively with your regional colleagues to build programs that meet regulatory and compliance requirements. Because of this, strong communication and diplomacy skills and the ability to sell the 'why' behind training curriculum and getting buy-in from each region will be critical to your success in this role. 

St John is looking for someone with keen attention to detail, high levels of integrity, a flexible approach to their work and a 'don't give up' attitude. You will be highly organised and be comfortable working autonomously and in a team environment.

Computer literacy and Microsoft suite proficiency are also essential for success in this role. 

While not essential,candidates with a relevant qualification in community services, youth, or teaching and/or previous experience working in a 'federated' structure will be held in high regard.

St John Ambulance Australia is committed to workforce diversity and applicants who are Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, come from a diverse cultural or linguistic background are encouraged to apply.

About the Benefits

This is a rewarding opportunity to truly make a difference and give back to the community within a reputable and long-standing not-for-profit organisation

In return for your hard work and dedication, you'll enjoy a competitive remuneration package, negotiable with experience and qualifications plus salary sacrificing options. The St John Australian Office provides a supportive, close-knit team environment, with an emphasis on mutually beneficial collaboration between departments and staff.

So what are you waiting for? If you are an experienced learning resources specialist looking for an opportunity to give back to the community - Apply Now!