Training Officer – HSU
Date Advertised 19/09/2022
The Health Services Union NSW/ACT/QLD (HSU) is one of the fastest growing unions in Australia, with 47,000 plus members in Health, Aged care, Disabilities, Paramedics, and Ambulance services. We use our collective power to build a fair and just society through improving pay, job security and conditions for our members.
With approximately 130 employees, HSU staff across the organisation work cohesively to support and assist each other in our mission to grow and develop the industrial, social, and political interests of our members and their communities.
If you want to help improve the lives of Health and Aged Care Workers through a training focus on delegate development, look no further than a career at the HSU!
About the role:
The HSU Training Officer plays an integral part in our plan to win by putting delegates at the centre of our on the ground activities.
The training officer will be responsible for the effective development, coordination and presentation of training and development programs to ensure workplace delegates, activists and staff develop their skills to actively participate in HSU activities and promote its values.
• The successful candidate will be enthusiastic about union education and have a learner focused approach to teaching.
• You will have a union organiser or senior delegate background. However, no training qualifications required, as these may be provided if necessary.
Employment: This is a full-time permanent role based in our Sydney CBD Office
• $123,842 plus 11.5% (12% for female staff) Employee Superannuation Contributions
• Attractive employment conditions, including access to an RDO system, Religious Leave, Study Leave, Reproductive Health and Wellbeing Leave and Travel to Work Payments
• A supportive Health and Wellbeing program
• A commitment to ongoing training for all staff
Please provide a cover letter addressing the About You section with your resume to Ayshe Lewis via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close: COB 3 October 2022