Australia: Work with us
The Fred Hollows Foundation is a successful and well respected International Development Organisation.
We are committed to supporting employment opportunities for local people within the countries where we work. Before applying for a position with us, please ensure you have the appropriate eligibility to work.
We appreciate the time every applicant takes to express their interest in working at The Foundation and have included some additional information to assist you with your application.
- The Application Process – How to apply
- The Recruitment and Selection Process – What to expect
- Our People - Why work for us?
We welcome all enquiries regarding employment, however all current available positions for Australia will be listed below.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.
Learning and Development Administrator
- An exciting opportunity for someone looking to start a career in L&D and design
- Newly created position
- 12 Months Fixed term contract
The Learning & Development Administrator is accountable for ensuring a high standard of learning and development administrative support for the People & Organisational Team.
In this newly created position your well-developed administrative and organisational skills will be used to establish and maintain relevant administration systems that allow us to manage professional development opportunities globally. To do this effectively you will be responsible for maintaining the centralised training record for all employees, providing logistical support for the delivery of global training programs as well as researching and investigating future training options and providers.
We pride ourselves on delivering first class sector specific training, which means we have an increased emphasis on in-house design. In addition to providing broad administration support, your skills will also be required to assist in the development of eLearning modules via PowerPoint.
To be successful in this role, you will have previous experience in providing administration support within a professional environment. You will possess a genuine ability to multi-task along with strong prioritising and organisational skills. In addition, you will be advanced IT skills and in particular will be comfortable presenting and communicating information via PowerPoint. Your positive disposition, energy and commitment will be crucial. Previous experience and/or an interest in working within Human Resources, more specifically within learning and development will be highly desirable.
Applications can be made via the online job application form and should include a resume and covering letter addressing all areas expressed in the ‘experience, skills & attributes’ section of the Job Description.
Alternatively for a confidential discussion please contact Victoria Cawley on + 61 2 87411962
Closing Date for Applications: Monday 22nd September
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