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Our client - Kellogg Brown and Root Pty Ltd (KBR) is currently seeking applications from experienced and enthusiastic individuals with a Naval background who are looking to further their career in training development. The Training Coordination Officer role is a full-time, permanent opportunity based in HMAS Watson, Sydney, with a leader in Defence Modelling, Training and Simulation.
About the Role
As a member of KBR’s Modelling, Simulation and Training business unit, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to play a critical role in The School of Navigation Warfare in delivering navigation training to Maritime Warfare sailors and officers.
This role will directly support the OIC (Officer in Charge) of the School of Navigation Warfare and will be the main conduit to the OIC and Senior Navigational Instructor for the implementation of; Board Coordination and administration and conversion of course material into eLearning content.
The Board Coordination Officer will also work with other coordinators within the School of Navigation Warfare to ensure continuity and alignment of activities between the different phases of training. On a day to day basis this will involve;
- Training administration and coordination
- Mariner and Fleet Board Coordination
- Development and maintenance of Phase 1 eLearning materials
- Development of remote delivery systems for Mariner and Fleet Board
- Establishing and maintaining good working relationships internally and with outside agencies
Critical to your success in this role will be your experience in operational planning, well developed oral and written communication skills; and relationship building skills. You'll also need;
- An understanding of the Defence and Navy training system and working knowledge of the ADDIE model.
- Experience in eLearning and remote learning development, and modern educational techniques.
- Experience in managing and recording learner progress management data.
- High level applied skills in MS office packages (specifically word, excel and PowerPoint).
Whilst not essential, knowledge of the National VET system and prior experience in instructional design will be viewed upon favourably, as will a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.
Candidates must currently obtain and be able to maintain a NV1 (minimum) Australian Defence Security Clearance.