People Development Coordinator | Wellington
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|Application Close Date:||21-Nov-2018|
Busy, varied role
Positive, engaged team
Support leadership, culture and capability initiatives
We're looking for an experienced Coordinator to join our friendly and supportive People Development Team!
About the role
The People Development Team has an exciting few years ahead where we will be designing, developing and implementing a wide range of new organisational development initiatives that will make a real impact on the Ministry's culture, leadership, capability and people experience.
The People Development Coordinator provides event coordination and administration support that enables the successful delivery of these initiatives. This is a varied and busy role that will include:
Acting as the first point of contact for all internal learning & development queries
Event coordination of leadership development and learning and development programmes, including booking venues, catering and travel
Supporting the day-to-day administration of the Ministry's Learning Management System, including creating course pages, coordinating applications, waitlists, evaluations and reporting
Liaising with internal facilitators and external providers to ensure they are set up to deliver L&D and OD initiatives on behalf of the Ministry
Processing ‘Study Assistance' applications
Ensuring vendor contracts are in place and invoices are paid
Providing administration support to the wider team
This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced coordinator who has a keen interest in organisational development, or a recent HR / organisational psychology graduate with relevant administration experience who is looking to kick-start their career within HR.
How you'll be successful
As a member of the People Development Team, you'll have a positive can-do attitude, be naturally collaborative in the way you work with others and be happy rolling up your sleeves and supporting the wider team when they need it.
Technically, the skills you'll bring with you will include:
Proven administration experience, preferably within an HR, L&D or events management environment
The ability to build great relationships with people at all levels
Strong planning and organisational skills, with attention to detail
A flexile, adaptable approach to your work
The ability to work at pace and juggle multiple priorities at one time
Experience using a Learning Management System is preferred, but not essential.
What we can offer you
The work we do in the People Development Team is exciting and varied. You'll have the opportunity to gain valuable exposure to organisational development through working alongside seasoned OD and L&D specialists, who will value you and your career development. We're also happy to discuss flexible working options with you.
About the Ministry of Health
The Ministry of Health is the Government's principal advisor on health and disability policy. Our job is to protect the health of New Zealanders and, through leadership of the health and disability system, we help New Zealanders to live well, stay well and get well. We work with the health and disability sector to manage a programme of work that supports the Government's priorities.
How to apply
For further information on this position please email Catherine Hall – Manager, People Development – email@example.com.
To apply for this position provide your current Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter outlining your background and your interest in the role. All applications must be made online.
The Ministry of Health is committed to equal opportunity in all our employment policies and procedures. All staff – regardless of gender, race, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, religious or ethical beliefs, political opinion or union affiliation – have access to equal employment opportunities. We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in the workforce and we are willing to consider flexible working arrangements.
Applications close on Wednesday 21 November 2018