Workforce Development Trainer
Part time/full time
Working at Penington Institute means that you’re passionate about the world’s public health.
You understand the challenges we face supporting approaches to drug use that promote safety and human dignity.
You are up for the challenge and believe you can make a positive contribution.
You love exploring ideas, sharing your knowledge and working with a diverse range of dedicated stakeholders.
You understand and have experience delivering training in a range of formats and you are always open to new ideas and ways to empower people with knowledge.
We are seeking a new team member who is a dynamic and enthusiastic trainer to assist in the ongoing development, promotion and delivery of training to community and health sector workforces including Needle and Syringe Programs to minimise the harms of drug use across Victoria.
We offer a dynamic working environment and are located in Carlton next to the city. The remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
To apply for this position, you must:
- provide a cover letter
- provide your CV
Please contact Dr Stephen McNally for further information on this position by calling 03 9650 0699.
Submit your application to Anna Rolle firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date Monday 12th July 2021.