Project Officer

Posted 07 June 2024
Job type Temporary
DisciplineI.T. & T

Job description

Job Title: Project Officer – eLearning Workforce Development Team
Employer: DFP Recruitment client
Position Type: 6 month casual temporary contract
Pay Rate: Level 5 Competitive
Location: Perth, WA 6000
Role Overview: Uses instructional design principles to develop eLearning content on alcohol and other drugs-related issues. Manages the administration functions of the team’s Learning Management System and designs and develops multimedia to support digital learning solutions. 
Key Responsibilities;
  • Provides administrative coordination for Workforce Development’s Learning Management System e-learning platform.
  • In consultation with the Workforce Development Manager and Senior Organisational Consultant eLearning, uses instructional design principles to develop eLearning packages.
  • Assists in the development of the Workforce Development eLearning in accordance with the Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce Strategic Framework, Government and the client’s priorities.
  • In consultation with supervisor, investigates and analyses planning and policy issues associated with project.
  • Liaises with internal and external stakeholders, including Subject Matter Experts, on the development new eLearning content adaptation of existing training into eLearning and review of Workforce Development eLearning packages.
  • Develops communication and promotional resources on programs and services.
  • Assists with the documentation for approval, publication and promotion of eLearning packages.
  • Manages risk in accordance with relevant legislation, policies and frameworks, including Copyright, Legal Deposit, and Intellectual Property. This includes identifying and monitoring issues and mitigating against potential risks as required.
  • Ensures that policies, frameworks and protocols are implemented and complied with and are in accordance with government policy and compliance requirements.
  • Represents Workforce Development on relevant committees and working parties when required.
  • Establishes and maintains appropriate communication and working relationships with relevant government and non-government agencies, consumers, carers, consumer groups and other stakeholders to ensure services meet established targets.
  • Prepares briefings, reports and correspondence as required.
  • Manages projects as required.
  • Undertakes other duties as required.
  • Participates in Workforce Development team meetings, supervision and other meetings within the client as directed.
  • Participates in the client’s Performance Development Program.
  • Keeps records according to the State Records Act and the client’s Record Keeping Policies and Procedures. 
Essential to be successful in this role;
  • Experience using Moodle Learning Management System to administer eLearning packages.
  • Ability to create and edit multimedia including media editing skills (sound, video, and still image).
  • Understanding of alcohol and other drug-related issues, including the impact of stigma.
  • Current valid NPC or ability to obtain one
  • Experience in project/program planning, management and implementation or other relevant area, including the ability to provide advice and support to relevant stakeholders.
  • Ability to use Articulate 360 eLearning content development software and experience using Learning Management Systems (LMS) and eLearning instructional design
  • Well-developed communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills with the ability to liaise and consult with a range of stakeholders in various contexts.
  • Well-developed conceptual, analytical, research and evaluation skills with the ability to provide solutions to problems and issues.
  • Well-developed organisational skills together with the ability to manage priorities and meet deadlines and timeframes.
  • Ability to work collaboratively within a team environment and contribute to the achievement of team goals and objectives.
How to apply: If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume. If you have any questions regarding the role which is not listed, please contact Taylor Robinson at 

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