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We are recruiting: Training Coordinator

May 13, 2019 | Category =

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Training Coordinator to join our team for a fixed-term contract to assist in developing and delivering training programs that will enhance skills, talent and entrepreneurship capability among tourism businesses in the Lower Great Southern region.

Our goal is to encourage and support tourism start-ups and mature businesses to create new and compelling visitor experiences that lift visitation and brand visibility and thereby support and amplify the region’s destination marketing efforts.

Skills & Experience
• Five years’ or equivalent experience as a trainer or instructor, preferably in a tourism, business or community development context
• Experience in designing and delivering training programs and courses.
• Strong presentation and facilitation skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with a strong customer focus and the ability to negotiate win-win outcomes.
• Good written and verbal communication skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office.
• Ability to think creatively and strategically to maximise the delivery of the project.
• Ability to organise and prioritise a varied workload, and work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
• Post-secondary qualification in training and/or experience working in a relevant field is desirable.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Identify the training and development needs of the tourism sector through appraisal and consultation with stakeholders.
• Design and develop the training resources and materials – this would include training notes and presentations, training materials and methodologies, e-learning materials, etc.
• Deliver training and/or identify suitable trainers and speakers for training events.
• Market and promote the training program.
• Conduct evaluation after training events and use the results of the evaluation to introduce continuous improvement to training programs.

Terms
• Start ASAP
• 0.6FTE (3 days per week), 10-month fixed-term contract
• Salary $70,000 per annum FTE, pro-rata (plus 9.5% superannuation)
• Australian citizens or permanent residents only

How to Apply
Please review the Job Description. For Enquiries please contact Dr Lenore Lyons on 08 9892 0113.

Closing date: 31 May 2019. Your application should include a 2-page cover letter which addresses the Selection Criteria; and an up-to-date resume of now more than five pages which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role.

We are recruiting: Project Coordinator – Trails Master Plan

December 7, 2018 | Category =

Exciting opportunity for an experienced Project Coordinator to join our team for a fixed term contract to assist in recreational trail planning for the Great Southern region of Western Australia.

The position is responsible for coordinating day-to-day operational management and implementation of all activities pertaining to the development of a Regional Trails Master Plan.

Skills & Experience
• Minimum five years’ or equivalent project management experience, preferably in a trail related context
• Experience in coordinating and leading community consultation sessions using a variety of methods
• Excellent interpersonal skills, with proven community liaison, negotiation and conflict resolution skills in conjunction with a strong customer focus
• Good written and verbal communication skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office.
• Ability to think creatively and strategically to maximise the delivery of the project.
• Ability to organise and prioritise a varied workload, and work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
• Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline and/or experience working in a relevant field.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Assist in the preparation of a Trails Master Plan, including an audit of all existing trails and planned trails in the region and a gap analysis and evaluation of trail needs; and the development of Business Cases and Concept Plans for priority projects
• Develop a stakeholder and community engagement strategy, including promotion and media liaison; and coordinate and facilitate community consultation sessions
• Prepare project plans, manage the project budget and allocate resources effectively
• Liaise with external consultants in the delivery of project components

Terms
• Start ASAP
• 12-month contract position
• Salary $75k negotiable plus 9.5% superannuation
• Australian citizens or permanent residents only

How to Apply
Please review the Job Description. For further information please contact GSCORE Executive Director, Dr Lenore Lyons on 08 9892 0113.
Closing date: 11 January 2019. Your application should include a 2-page cover letter which addresses the Selection Criteria; and an up-to-date resume of now more than five pages which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role.

Summer Graduate Internship Program

October 22, 2018 | Category =
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The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries is currently calling for applications for the Public Service Commission Graduate Internship program. One of the projects is based in the Great Southern and is focused on assisting with the development of the Great Southern Regional Trails Master Plan.

The Public sector internship program is an initiative to provide high-calibre university students with practical on-the-job training opportunities within the sector. The program allows students to complete a work-based project within a public sector agency and apply the knowledge and skills developed through their studies in a professional capacity. Participating university students also have the opportunity to build their professional networks and gain academic credits towards their studies.

Scope
The intern will assist with the preparation of a “Trails Background Research Report” to support the development of the Great Southern Regional Trails Master Plan.

Objective: To develop a sound understanding of the current trail network in the region and identify any gaps in infrastructure needs.

Key Tasks: Undertake an inventory of current and planned trails in the region. The inventory will identify the land tenure, responsible organisation, resources/funding, maintenance schedule, history of use, general condition, competing land uses of the trails identified, and existing master planning and/or planning policy.

This project could be completed during summer break in 2018/2019, or semester 1 of 2019, with flexibility of days and hours to fit around the student’s schedule.  It is anticipated that this project may take three months to complete.

If you have any specific questions in relation to the project, please contact Kelly Waterhouse on (08) 9892 0157 or Chris Thompson on (08) 9892 0100.

Required skills and knowledge
We are looking for an Intern who is working towards a tertiary qualification in Environmental science, biology/ecology, planning, geography or geosciences, with good report writing and analytical skills.  Knowledge of GIS would be beneficial but is not essential.

Location
This role is based at our Great Southern office in Albany.

Application instructions
If this internship opportunity interests you, please submit:

  • a cover letter (no more than 1 page) outlining why you would like to undertake this project, how it aligns with your course of study and how your skills, knowledge and previous experience will assist you to complete the project; and
  • a copy of your CV.

Agencies and students interested in participating in the program should first refer to the program guidelines for more information.

 

Outdoor Recreation Employment and Training Pathways

August 14, 2018 | Category =
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GSCORE was very excited to participate in the inaugural Denmark Employment, Education, and Training Expo on the 9th August 2018. The Expo provided an opportunity for students from the Denmark High School and Denmark Agricultural College to learn more about training and employment opportunities in the region.

Julia Scriven, GSCORE’s Training and Development Officer was on hand to talk about training pathways in outdoor recreation. She also spoke about her own work history, how she got involved in outdoor education, and why it is important to get more kids outdoors more often.

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Julia Scriven talk to students about jobs in the great outdoors

“Outdoor education is an important part of the curriculum. It develops a lifelong interest and passion for the environment and encourages healthy, active lifestyles,” she said.

“There are also some wonderful careers in the outdoors for students who have a particular passion for recreation activities. These include opportunities in tourism, sports development and coaching, outdoor education, and even mental health and community development.”

GSCORE is currently working on an outdoor training and employment pathway project. Contact us to find out more.

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