Job Type: Full time
Ventia Pty Ltd
About the role
Ventia’s contract with the Department of Justice have a 12-month fixed-term opportunity for a Training Officer to join our team in Western Australia in their Canning Vale office. Whilst this role is based locally, training is also conducted at other venues around the Perth Metro area and other Intrastate sites, across Western Australia.
In this role you will be responsible for providing and co-ordinating all aspects of training and development activities, auditing and analysis of data into the DCMS database. You will also ensure compliance with legal, contractual requirements and assist with investigative work following any incidents or identified issues in support of the Court Security and Custodial Services contract (CS&CS).
You will implement competency-based assessment training needs for new and existing employees and identify internal and external training programs to meet contractual requirements.
Your duties will include but are not limited to:
- Co-ordinate and ensure delivery of the induction program for all staff
- Organise, develop or source training programs to meet the training matrix and develop the training needs
- Use and apply assessment tools to measure, track and report outcomes
- Conduct nationally recognised training and assessment of corrective practice qualifications
- Investigation and correction of discrepancies in case management database as required
- Production of daily and weekly compliance and performance reports
- Ensuring all contractually required competencies and resources are maintained and in-date – i.e. training, vehicles etc with appropriate manager
- Conduct ongoing contractually required refresher training across the state
- Identification and remediation of incorrect data capture
Skills and experience:
- Hold up-to-date Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
- Hold Cert III in Correctional Practice
- Hold relevant qualifications in compliance and auditing or demonstrate a proven track record of success within a previous compliance and auditing background
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Intermediate – Advanced computer skills
- Flexible and resilient with an ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment
- Recent and relevant experience related to competency based training and National Training Packages (preferred but not essential)
- Demonstrated understanding of the importance of contractual compliance
- Ability to analyse and present data
Other special conditions
The incumbent to this position must have Australian Work Rights and have the ability to obtain and maintain a National Police Check, Working with Children Check and be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical including a drug & alcohol test in order to be eligible for this position
Ventia offers you a flexible, supportive and inclusive work environment where you matter. In addition, you will find a stimulating and rewarding working environment where we take our peoples careers seriously and help them to learn and grow.
About the company
Ventia is one of Australasia’s largest dedicated infrastructure service providers, Ventia is a new and dynamic organisation with a rich history. Our clients are the owners and operators of major infrastructure that is critical to our communities. No one else does exactly what we do in the way we do it. Making infrastructure work for our communities is at the heart of who we are and it’s what unites and excites us.
We acknowledge the importance of our people’s diverse experiences, talents and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success.
How to apply
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No matter who you are, we encourage you to apply for the job that’s right for you. We are keen to increase diversity across our business, so our workforce reflects the diverse communities in which we work.
Our current focus is on employing more women at all levels of our organisation.
Job Reference Number: 153131