Location: Auckland / Permanent / Full Time
The Learning Development Administrator provides dedicated administrative support for the Learning Development and Financial Capability teams. The role is primarily responsible for supporting learning development workstreams to ensure they are a success.
To be an excellent Learning Development Administrator, you must be detail-oriented, comfortable working in a deadline driven environment, have a great attitude, and be able to work autonomously and adapt to the changing needs of a variety of workplans.
Key aspects of the role include
- Responsible for supporting learning development projects and workstreams
- Providing administrative support for the Learning Development team and Financial Capability team
- Supporting the project management of learning projects to ensure they are delivered on time, in scope and within budget
- Developing effective reporting and documentation to update internal and external stakeholders on progress
- Ensuring robust systems and process are in place for document repository and maintenance
- Effectively support various project tasks by utilising project management software
- Maintaining effective relationships with internal teams and external stakeholders
- Supporting the Learning Development team on maintenance of all programme materials and resources
- Supports Learning Development Lead with projects as and when required
- Supporting general administrative duties across the organisation as and when required.
Essential skills and experience
- A tertiary qualification or relevant workplace experience
- Demonstrated 5+ years of experience as an administrator or coordinator
- Ability to use office software packages, such as Word and Excel
- Affinity with digital technologies
- Experience utilising project management tools
- High level of written and oral communication skills
- Able to be flexible and adaptable in a fast-paced environment
- Excellent communication and documentation skills
- Strong planning, organising and prioritisation skills
- Demonstrated experience in project coordination and reporting
- Capable of problem identification and resolution
- Capable of working autonomously
- Willing to travel on occasion to fulfil job requirements
- Willing to work on occasion to attend weekend events
- Affinity with the education sector is an advantage.
About the Commission for Financial Capability
The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) is the office of the Retirement Commissioner. The CFFC aims to help New Zealanders to retire with confidence. Retiring with confidence means New Zealanders feel secure that they’ll have resources to live and the know-how to make ends meet. We focus on three areas; Retirement Policies, Retirement Villages and Financial Capability. As part of our role we advise Government on the policies that will enhance retirement outcomes for New Zealanders. We also help support individuals to better prepare for retirement, and we contribute to better understanding of what retirement means in the 21st century. Times are changing.
Tā Mātou Whakakitenga/Our Vision
New Zealanders retire with confidence
Tā Mātou Kaupapa Mātāmua/Our Mission
To help improve retirement outcomes for New Zealanders, with trusted information, informed advocacy and effective collaboration