- Exciting opportunity to contribute to the work of Family Planning
- Our Vision – Equity, Access and Choice
- Leading provider of sexual and reproductive health services
Family Planning’s clinical and health promotion services are located throughout New Zealand. We are focused on ensuring our services are located in areas of high need and are accessible for rangatahi Māori and young people. In this role you can contribute to the fantastic work of Family Planning and be part of making a difference within our communities and for the people of Aotearoa.
ABOUT OUR WORK
Family Planning is New Zealand’s leading sexual and reproductive health service provider. We believe everyone should have access to quality services and information so they can make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health.
ABOUT THE ROLE
This is a permanent role offering 32 hours per week. The role is based in our Newmarket clinic in Auckland, with occasional travel required.
Reporting to the National Director of Operations, the role is responsible for the joint planning and oversight of training for external clients and for managing and coordinating the delivery, administration and continuous improvement of education service programs, including evaluation data gathering and analysis.
The Manager Professional Training & Development will work closely with the Regional Managers and Professional Advisors as the content experts for the clinical courses, and with the Health Promotion Managers for the provision of community education to Family Planning priority populations.
To be considered for the role you will ideally have:
- A relevant tertiary qualification and experience in educational design, adult learning or similar
- Comprehensive knowledge of adult learning principles, teaching methodologies, curriculum development, various modes of delivery, including e-learning and an understanding of their application to health education
- Proven experience as a learning and development manager/training manager or similar
- Experience in instructional design (particularly for delivery via e-learning)
- Familiarity with use of a variety of computer systems relevant to an educational environment including ability with authorising software e.g. Articulate 360
- Sound knowledge of local health structures, education and social services (DHB’s, PHO’s)
- Knowledge and understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi principles
- Demonstrated ability in staff management.
- Cultural competence and a commitment to developing and maintaining relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders
- A desire to be innovative and work collaboratively with clinical and other key services
Family Planning has a commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi. We are an EEO employer and a registered charity.
For a position description, application pack and details on Family Planning's philosophy, please visit our website at www.familyplanning.org.nz and follow the 'About' link.
Applications close: 5.00pm Monday 20 January 2020
TO APPLY: Send your completed application from, CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Family Planning has clinics located throughout New Zealand. Use the clinic finder to find your nearest clinic.