This week’s jobs might be just what you’ve been looking for if you’re a people person, and love to watch them thrive and grow in their roles. Also interested in a career organising, managing and training staff? Read on to find out more.
Training Systems Officer
What’s cool about this job? Your main role will be to to analyse, design and evaluate training to meet workplace needs and quality control the development and conduct of training.
As a member of a Training System Team at an Air Force base, you’ll be responsible for consulting on and coordinating training, with military/civilian training staff, outside contractors and students. You could be required to identify training needs, conduct training analysis, design training courses, facilitate development and conduct of training and provide advice on course evaluation.
Your role may include validating courses against workplace needs, providing training solutions and providing advice on appropriate training technology, including e-learning and/or other technology based training methods. You could also be required to facilitate the development of systems for quality training and assessment and manage instructors and training developers.
As an officer working at a Headquarters you have the opportunity to employ specialist skills to provide advice on and develop guidelines for training requirements analysis, training technologies, predictive training concept development and training policy.
How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $80,128 per year (includes service allowances and a generous super contribution)
Personnel Capability Specialist
What’s cool about this job? Personnel Capability Specialists are employed in a wide range of roles in support of personnel throughout the Air Force and the wider Australian Defence Force. Specialised roles include:
Personnel Management:You’ll be focused on sustaining personnel capability through assisting members and commanders with the interpretation and application of personnel and industrial relations policy and through the delivery of welfare management. This role places a large emphasis on human resource management at an ‘individual’ level.
Personnel Operations: You’ll be working in Personnel Operations focus on managing personnel as an ‘operational capability’ in support of ADF operations and exercises. This may involve exercise and operations planning from a workforce structures perspective, that is, working with subject matter experts across all fields to ensure the shape of the deployed force will deliver mission success. It may also include the identification and selection of appropriately qualified staff to fill those deployed positions. You may deliver Personnel Operations support at the unit, higher headquarters or strategic level.
Operations Resource Management: You’ll be looking after financial management and budgeting, governance and reporting and knowledge management tasks, such as record keeping and the management of internal information flow throughout your unit.
Organisational Communication: You’ll undertake a range of internal communication tasks including drafting and disseminating command messages through both formal and informal means. This may include website content and the use of social media platforms to communicate with members and their families.
Air and Ground Operations: You will be working in Air and Ground Operations liaising directly with Squadron executives, flying crews, maintenance staff and base services as you coordinate their unit’s operations.
How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $67,393 per year (includes service allowances and a generous super contribution)