L&D Instructional Designer (Process & Systems)

Date: 20-Sep-2022

Location: Central Auckland, NZ, 1010

Company: Auckland Council

  • Passionate about developing and delivering innovative systems and technical training solutions
  • Design learning modules and explore learning opportunities, to that enable our people to flourish thrive!!
  • #Hybrid working position with a robust remuneration package

 

Regulatory Services under the Auckland Council rōpū consists of planners, engineers, inspectors/processors, policymakers, trainers, project managers and so much more. We play a critical role in building a world-class Tamaki Makaurau through championing our natural environment, enacting policies that keep our whanau safe and healthy and collaborate and build strong relationships with iwi and Māori through mutual trust and respect.

 

He angitūtanga: The opportunity
The Regulatory Services L&OD team is a high performing, diverse and open-minded squad delivering training across Auckland Council’s Regulatory Services Directorate. In this role you will be developing innovative learning materials and delivering realistic, practical, interactive process driven training to a variety of operational roles within Regulatory Services. The delivery of training will consist of pre-go live and on the job training.

 

You will be developing practical, easy to use on-the job, classroom and online training materials, defining learning scenarios and exercises and create course data within the relevant systems. You will also be delivering role based, process driven training, ensuring that all learning resources are aligned with our learning principles and accurately reflect our business processes. Furthermore,  your role will see you support of end-users during go-live, provide refresher training sessions, possible train the trainer sessions and travel to various sites throughout Auckland to deliver training.

 

The overall goal of the role is to ensure that we prepare people to be confident and competent with new processes, systems, and way of working. You will be joining a team that is creative, collaborative and excited by learning together.  

 

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He kōrero mōu: About you
You are an Instructional Designer who loves a mixture of contemporary material development and facilitation. You have experience using e-learning authoring tools and can also apply face to face sessions. You thrive in a fast-paced project environment and have the proven ability to manage a classroom and hybrid meetings; and have strong written communication skills – clear, well-structured and suitable for the audience.

 

You also have the ability to quickly understand and translate process and technical content into end user language based on input from process maps, BA’s and subject matter experts. Your excellent communication skills combined with your appreciation of strong stakeholder relationships will ensure a strong focus on customer-centric delivery, providing first-rate customer service and training solutions.

This would be suitable for someone with a minimum of five to seven years in the adult learning environment. Previous development and delivery experience with SAP, whilst not requisite, would be considered very useful. As this position will require you to occasionally travel around the region using Auckland Council vehicles, you must hold a valid and clean NZ driver’s license.

 

Ngā āhuatanga kei a mātou: What we offer
So what’s in it for you? Well, you will get the chance to work collaboratively across council, agencies, and communities and which will allow you to have a lasting impact. You also get to contribute to Auckland’s growth and development through ensuring the right outcomes are achieved for our customers and our environment. 

 

On top of this we also offer a robust remuneration package and flexible working arrangements to suit your lifestyle and as part of our Auckland Council Group, you will gain access to many benefits and discounts. Click link to find out more about our employee benefits package.

 

Applications close Sunday 9 October 2022
Auckland Council is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and we are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process.

 

Auckland Council strongly encourages our employees to be fully vaccinated.