Learning and Development Administration Officer
The LD Administration Officer sits within MHCC’s Learning & Development (LD) team. The position is responsible for maintaining administrative processes within the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) arm of MHCC and providing student support appropriate to the role. The position requires a self-motivated person with a high level of attention to detail, a strong desire to be part of a dynamic and innovative team and a commitment to implement and uphold MHCC’s ethos.
Key Selection Criteria:
- Administration experience within an RTO or LD environment
- Attention to detail and capacity to maintain a high level of accuracy at all times
- Experience supporting students through their studies
- Good teamwork and people skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Well developed computer skills in a Windows environment including experience with Microsoft Office
MHCC has recently received funding under the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission’s Support for NDIS Providers Program to deliver the “Embracing Change: Applying the Practice Standards in Psychosocial Disability Services” and is seeking a Project Manager to drive implementation. The project’s objectives include:
- Assisting NDIS providers that provide support to people with psychosocial disability to understand their practice standards registration obligations and comply with them
- To assist NDIS providers to demonstrate capacity to provide quality support and service provision to NDIS participants with a psychosocial disability
- To achieve an increase in the proportion of NDIS providers actively participating in the market
The key project activities are the development and delivery of ten webinars and a forum for organisations that provide services to people living with, or at risk of developing, psychosocial disabilities and their supporters.
MHCC is seeking a motivated individual with high standards and a commitment to ensuring a quality innovative approach is used throughout the project. Experience within the mental health and/or disability sector and an understanding of accreditation processes is essential. Experience with the NDIS Safeguards and Quality Commission Practice Standards is desirable.
Applications close July 23
Certificate IV Mental Health Trainer and Assessor
MHCC is looking for a highly motivated Mental Health Trainer and Assessor who can play a crucial role in delivery of training and assessment services to a wide range of participants. With a strong commitment to quality and an innovative approach, this person’s “can do” attitude and excellent people skills will fit well in our dynamic, team focused environment.
The Mental Health Trainer and Assessor is responsible for:
- Planning, preparation and delivery of accredited courses and professional development training
- Assessment marking and validation processes for accredited courses
- Assisting in development and review of training and assessment materials and strategies
MHCC is seeking an individual who has demonstrated training experience with current industry experience and knowledge of trauma-informed recovery-oriented principles with an interest in continual learning for themselves and others.
Enquires and applications including resume and cover letter addressing the Criteria outlined above are to be addressed to Erika Hewitt email@example.com
Applications that do not address selection criteria will not be considered.
We promote diversity and practice equity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds. LGBTIQ+ people and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.