Our organisation is changing the way we deliver our education. We are working on a blended learning delivery that meets the needs of our membership and clients.
The Institute of Directors contributes to a strong future for governance and business in Aotearoa through education programmes that positively influence the governance of organisations. Our programmes include a range of public courses including our flagship 5-day Company Directors Course, Advanced Directors Course, on-demand webinars and one-day governance essentials courses. We also provide in-house training programmes.
We are looking forward to welcoming a talented, experienced and enthusiastic learning designer to our small governance development team.
You are an experienced and innovative learning practitioner who has been involved in the transformation of learning design and delivery. You enjoy designing high quality, insights-driven learning solutions that make a difference. You can understand, curate and translate complex ideas to ensure learning participants understand the key themes, principles and frameworks and desired learning outcomes take place.
You are consultative, collaborative, creative, practical and organised and can adapt and apply your own ideas, skills and knowledge within our learning design framework. You are an excellent communicator, who keeps people on-track and informed, and works effectively with a diverse range of contributors including SMEs, facilitators, project teams and contributors, who are working at the highest levels of the New Zealand economy.
You are equally as comfortable leading needs analysis or running brainstorming/ideation workshops or storyboarding as as you are writing concise and detailed facilitator guides, or visually engaging and participant workbooks.
The skills and experience you bring
We’re a small organisation, but we make a big impact! Today, we have more than 10,500 members who are connected through our branch network, and provide quality training, advice and advocacy on all things governance.
We love to work with people who want to make a difference and reflect our values of manaakitanga, learners for life, individuality, kaitiakitanga and courage. We believe that we are better together.
We have a positive and inclusive people-centric culture and value each individual and the diversity they bring. We have offer great benefits including flexible working and leave options, career and professional development, an employee volunteer and wellbeing program. You can find out more about us at www.iod.org.nz/careers.
How to apply
Applications close 30 September 2022. Don’t delay as we’ll be reviewing applications as we receive them.
If you would like to find about this role or the position description you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll come back to you.