Jemena is an Australian energy company who own and operate more than $11.5 Billion worth of gas and electricity transportation assets across Australia supplying millions of households and businesses with these essential services every day.
About the role
We seek to appoint an experienced and energetic Training Coordinator to our team based in Greystanes, NSW. The Training Coordinator is responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring technical compliance training. This includes identifying training competency requirements, checking competency, identifying training and development needs, implementing training, monitoring compliance and reporting compliance.
Key Responsibilities include
Identification of technical training requirements as per business, network and/or client requirements
Liaise with business stakeholders and training providers to coordinate training
Identify training expiration dates and schedule training to maintain business, network and/or client requirements
Liaise with RTO and training providers nationally to provide training and qualifications to meet business needs
Scheduling of mandatory and ad-hoc and non-routine technical training as per requirements of the business, network and/or client
Raising & processing invoices, ensuring correct cost allocation and forward to accounts payable for prompt payment
Maintain training records and training database
To set yourself up for success in Jemena, you ideally have experience in a similar role in a comparable business/industry. Particular knowledge of contruction or electrical trades is an advantage but not a requirement.
You showcase the confidence, capability and prioritising skills to navigate competing demands. You thrive in fast paced change and deal with ambiguity, effectively managing the often changing priorities. Finally, you couple a 'can do' attitude with a positive, friendly demeanour. In return for your skills, experience and attitude, we offer a competitive remuneration package and you join a leading Australian energy business.
Why you should come and work for us
Our people are our greatest asset so having various flexible working options, remote working, paid parental leave and leave purchase plans amongst many other benefits is a key foundation to our success. We are passionate about what we do and we are proud of who we are. Safety is the cornerstone of our organisation.
We understand the value of a diverse workforce, the ability to work from home, and have committed to creating real employment opportunities through our Reconciliation Action Plan. We look forward to receiving applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
When you join Jemena, you become part of our diverse, inclusive and passionate team, where you can be your true self. We are a team that partners with Work 180 and celebrates International Women’s Day, NAIDOC Week, International Day of People with Disabilities and many other days that matter to our people. Come join us!
As part of Jemena’s recruitment process, you will be required to undergo pre-employment checks.
Notice to Third Parties: Jemena does not accept unsolicited resumes (or liability associated with fees or costs) from recruitment agencies, search firms or third parties. Interested candidates are welcome to submit their application independently.