Coordinator Regulatory Learning and Practice

at CAA or Avsec
Published June 12, 2024
Location Wellington, New Zealand
Category Admin and Clerical  
Job Type Full-time  
Salary
From 60000 to 70000 NZD per year

Description

Coordinator Regulatory Learning and Practice CAA or Avsec location Wellington. From 60000 to 70000 NZD per year.

Coordinator Regulatory Learning and Practice. Salary: $62,342 - $86,365 pa (pro-rata), with a midrange of $71,539 pa (pro-rata), Wellington. A rewarding opportunity to make a positive impact on keeping Aotearoa's skies safe. 20 hours per week with flexibility available. Wellington Central office location. Working at our organisation you will have the opportunity to contribute to safe and secure skies, for New Zealand.

About the role the Coordinator Regulatory Learning and Practice will be the first point of contact for our stakeholders and will provide administrative assistance, coordination, and support to the Regulatory Learning and Practice team.

This is a permanent part-time position based at Wellington National Office, with the opportunity to discuss how the 20 hours per week are worked. The salary range is $62,342 - $86,365 pa (pro-rata), with a midrange of $71,539 pa (pro-rata). The starting salary will be based on the knowledge, skills and experience you may bring to the role and relativities across the organisation.

What we are looking for previous experience in a co-ordination role within a learning environment (preferred). Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and information management systems and databases. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Customer oriented and be able to engage and develop relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

Attention to detail and the ability to identify improvement opportunities. Strong sense of confidentiality. Time management and organisational skills. Self-motivated, collaborative, independent and agile. Capability to work with SAP SuccessFactors (Learning Management System).

About us as a safety regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority exists to enable safe flight for social connections, and economic benefit for New Zealand. We believe in keeping people safe and secure in the air, enabling participation in the aviation system, and making a difference to New Zealand aviation.

We achieve this through regulatory oversight of the aviation industry and frontline security at our airports. The Authority embraces diversity and is committed to providing an inclusive environment where our people feel respected, safe, and valued for their unique contribution.

Why join us as a flexible friendly employer, we are happy to discuss solutions that may work for you and us. We value and care about enabling our people to work in a way that means they can work at their best.

We embrace diversity and inclusion and are committed to equal opportunities. What's important to us is ‘he rau kotahi tangata' - embracing our multiple talents - by harnessing our diversity and being inclusive. We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds. We recognise the diversity and uniqueness of our workforce and reaffirm our commitment to create a safe and inclusive environment for everyone.

We invest in our people by supporting development within the organisation. To support the health and wellbeing of our employees we offer flu vaccinations, contributions towards eyewear and a flexible working environment by arrangement. We offer 5 weeks of annual leave and can match your Kiwi Saver contribution up to 4%.

Send CV/Resume/Details here: recruitment@caa.govt.nz