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Education Lead

Education Lead

Job Title: Education Lead
Job Type: Contract
Location: Sydney
Industry: Health & Social Care
Reference: 3295688
Contact Name: Kaitlin Allen
Contact Email: kaitlin@beaumontpeople.com.au

Job Description

Be part of an incredible not for profit organisation, working on a progressive, inclusive and consumer-led education program for adults living with mental health issues.
  • Full-time, initial 12-month contract role based in Sydney office, 2011
  • Remuneration $84,000 + 10% superannuation
  • Develop and implement training and education packages aligned with company values and principles
About the role:
  • Lead the development, implementation and
    maintenance of high quality course curriculum resources and education programs targeted at adults living with mental health issues, their family, carers and the broader community
  • Work collaboratively with the education team to co-design with the community the overall model of the program in a way which meets community needs.
  • Motivate, lead, mentor, and supervise a team of course developers and educators
  • Connect with students about the academy and the process
  • Liaise with marketing and communications team about the program 
  • Ensure the course design and delivery aligns with the vision of the organisation and meets the needs of the community and the client
  • Identify and implement necessary policies and processes required for the program to run smoothly 
  • Build relationships with stakeholders and engage with the community 

About yourself:
  • Experience in an adult education setting, or learning and development environment with adults is essential
  • Excellent understanding of the principles of adult education
  • Experience working with people living with mental health issues is highly desirable as well as an understanding of the challenges faced for these people
  • You are proactive and able to take on this role and hit the ground running
  • You are an effective communicator with the necessary skills to work co-operatively and collaboratively with people who live with mental health issues, their family, carers and the broader community.
  • High level of confidence in representing the organisation and the program
  • You are a great team player and are able to be flexible and adaptable 
  • Demonstrate excellent time management skills and ability to work within a timeline, and within the changing needs of the organisation
If this sounds like a role of interest, I would love to explore this opportunity with you. For more information, please get in touch with Kaitlin Allen on 0466 149 353 or email at kaitlin@beaumontpeople.com.au

To APPLY please submit your resume along with a short cover letter expressing your interest in the role.

This role is advertised without a closing date, all applications will be reviewed as they are received so please send your application through A.S.A.P.