About the role
Our goal is to contribute to a strong future for governance and business in Aotearoa by delivering training and education programmes that positively influence leadership of organisations.
Our programmes include public training programmes from one-day governance essentials courses and our flagship 5-day Company Directors’ Course, through to tailored or bespoke in-house training programmes.
Our professional development advisors are our team on the ground managing the delivery of these programmes and ensuring our customers and members have an exceptional experience.
Some of your exciting and varied mahi will include:
You enjoy using your talents in event management, organisation, relationship and customer service skills. You are an experienced, calm, and professional event manager who has the maturity, drive and motivation to manage and deliver your own work programme. You have exceptionally high standards and more than just great customer service skills – you love to create a memorable experience for your customers. You are respected for your proactive nature and ability to use your initiative, and you are a positive, collaborative team player.
You love travelling and meeting new people, and will enjoy delivering courses of up to five days in duration - which could be up to 10 week-long residential courses per year - as this is a core part of this role. You can also expertly manage all the planning and coordination of each training delivery such as liaising with venues and facilitators, course bookings, registrations and enquiries, travel management, billing and budget management. While a significant amount of travel is required in this role including weekends, our flexible work policy ensures that we are able to balance this out for you.
In particular, we are looking for someone who can bring:
We are the professional body for directors and at the heart of the governance community. Today, we have more than 10,000 members connected through our branch network, and provide quality training, advice and advocacy on all things governance.
We’re a small organisation, but we make a big impact! We love to work with people who reflect our values, are passionate about making a difference and want to contribute positively to a bright future for Aotearoa New Zealand. We have a positive and inclusive people centric culture and value diversity and diverse thinking.
We provide a great welcome and onboarding programme and professional development including being able to attend a range of IoD events and training. We have great benefits like flexible working options and the ability to increase your annual leave entitlements through leave-buying, sick leave from day one and an employee volunteer and wellbeing programme. You can find out more about us at www.iod.org.nz/careers.
How to apply
Applications close 30 September 2022.
If you have questions about the role or the position description you can contact us at email@example.com. We’ll be reviewing applications as they come in so we look forward to hearing from you soon!