National role

Must be qualified as a Workplace Trainer/Assessor

Significant experience within construction training environment

Our client seeks an inhouse Trainer and Assessor to join the business for the purpose of delivering a variety of Unit Standard training throughout NZ

About the role

Training will be conducted at all levels of the organisation to relevant Unit Standards and you will also have the opportunity to suggest other areas that may be appropriate and add value to the organisation.

Skills and experience required:

Qualified to provide training and assessment to NZQA unit standards

Significant experience within the construction environment is required

Educate at all levels and abilities within the organisation

Practical, pragmatic, with great ability to hold an audience’s attention

Fantastic written and verbal communication skillset

Ability to develop and present a wide range of training

High work ethic and outcome focussed

Excellent time management skillset

Have a naturally positive disposition with energy and enthusiasm to burn

Able to travel nationwide

About the company

With approximately 600 employees, our client is a company in growth mode, currently operating 5 business units with a mixture of very high/critical risks through to lower risk profiles.

They are seeking someone who is a training super star with the ability to provide the necessary education at all levels of the company to NZQA unit standard level.

Our client is committed to providing a healthy and safe workplace for employees, contractors and visitors on all company premises and customer work sites but need assistance to ensure the organisation provides the level of training required to ensure everyone is totally competent in their positions and areas of expertise.

How to apply

If you meet the above criteria, we welcome your application including your CV and cover letter in Word format.

Applications are welcomed from NZ Citizens or those with a Residency or current Work Visa in place.

All applications will be acknowledged electronically in the first instance. If you have any questions, please call Suzanne Peden on 09 424 8367 quoting reference #3211.