Training Coordinator – Growing Minds Australia

Updated: 30 days ago
Location: Sydney, NEW SOUTH WALES
Job Type: PartTime

  • Part time (0.5 FTE) 5 years fixed term employment

  • Opportunity to utilise your skills in developing and delivering training programs on Growing Minds Australia, an exciting new child and youth mental health initiative

  • Base Salary HEO 8 $109K p.a., pro-rata + 17% superannuation

About the opportunity

The University of Sydney is welcoming applications for a Training Coordinator, this role plays an integral role in the delivery of the Growing Minds Australia operations.  Growing Minds Australia (GMA) is an exciting new child and youth clinical trials network funded by NHMRC Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) and led by Professor Mark Dadds and a team of 60 investigators. The clinical trials network has been funded for 5 years to increase the collaboration, coordination and efficiency in conducting clinical trials in child and youth mental health in Australia. You will coordinate and oversee the training provided by Growing Minds Australia. The role will provide operational support to the project, coordinating the implementation and delivery of training programs in child and youth mental health across internal and external stakeholders. The role will include managing multiple stakeholders and communications, ensuring effective collaboration and teamwork within the project and across its stakeholders.

Your key responsibilities will be to:

  • manage general administrative services and operational to support training required by the project

  • oversee and manage the training program within Growing Minds Australia

  • Build relationships and manages project communications with the project’s various stakeholders

  • coordinate and maintain data capture for training development and record keeping

  • ensure that ethics guidelines, standards and WHS requirements are met for training.

The School of Psychology was the first established Psychology department in Australia and is currently one of the largest and has a proud history of excellence that characterises all its research and educational activities. Sustained increases in research funding and strong enrolments have facilitated a rapid growth in our staffing and research profile.

To learn more about the School of Psychology click here

About you

  • A PhD in Clinical Psychology

  • Experience managing a diverse group of key internal/external stakeholders on large or complex projects

  • Demonstrated experience in effectively developing and delivering training programs in child and youth mental health to practitioners from a wide range of discipline

  • Extensive experience in working as a clinical psychologist and delivering evidence-based interventions in child and youth mental health

  • previous experience working on clinical trials

  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with sound negotiating and conflict resolution skills and a demonstrated level of tact and discretion in dealing with a variety of matters

  • Developed and delivered training programs in child and youth mental health

  • Delivered evidence-based child and family intervention for child mental health problems

  • An ability to work both independently and as part of a team, taking initiative and exercising sound judgement in resolving matters that may arise as part of normal daily work excellent time and workload management skills with demonstrated ability to prioritise effectively, manage multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and achieve required outcomes.

Sponsorship / work rights for Australia

Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. For a continuing position, you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident.

Australian Temporary Residents currently employed at the University of Sydney may be considered for a fixed term contract for the length of their visa, depending on the requirements of the hiring area and the position.

Pre-employment checks

Your employment is conditional upon the completion of all role required pre-employment or background checks in terms satisfactory to the University. Similarly, your ongoing employment is conditional upon the satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary step, including the termination of your employment.

This position is designated as involving child-related work. To undertake or remain in this position, you are required to apply for and obtain a Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.

EEO statement

The University of Sydney is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged.

How to apply

Applications (including a cover letter, CV, and any additional supporting documentation) can be submitted via the Apply button at the top of the page.  

Please address the following questions in your cover letter:

  • Outline your postgraduate qualifications in clinical Psychology and additional relevant skills and experience that make you suitable for this role.

  • This role requires developing and delivering training programs in children and youth; explain your experience in this area?

  • Provide an example of when you have delivered evidence-based interventions in child and youth mental health.

For employees of the University or contingent workers, please login into your Workday account and navigate to the Career icon on your Dashboard.  Click on USYD Find Jobs and apply.

For a confidential discussion about the role, or if you require reasonable adjustment or support filling out this application, please contact Helen Efstathiou, Recruitment Consultant. Recruitment Operations, Human Resources on +61 2 8627 7137 or by email recruitment.sea@sydney.edu.au

© The University of Sydney

The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

Click to view the Position Description for
this role.

Closing Date: 29 August 2021

  • Part time (0.5 FTE) 5 years fixed term employment

  • Opportunity to utilise your skills in developing and delivering training programs on Growing Minds Australia, an exciting new child and youth mental health initiative

  • Base Salary HEO 8 $109K p.a., pro-rata + 17% superannuation

About the opportunity

The University of Sydney is welcoming applications for a Training Coordinator, this role plays an integral role in the delivery of the Growing Minds Australia operations.  Growing Minds Australia (GMA) is an exciting new child and youth clinical trials network funded by NHMRC Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) and led by Professor Mark Dadds and a team of 60 investigators. The clinical trials network has been funded for 5 years to increase the collaboration, coordination and efficiency in conducting clinical trials in child and youth mental health in Australia. You will coordinate and oversee the training provided by Growing Minds Australia. The role will provide operational support to the project, coordinating the implementation and delivery of training programs in child and youth mental health across internal and external stakeholders. The role will include managing multiple stakeholders and communications, ensuring effective collaboration and teamwork within the project and across its stakeholders.

Your key responsibilities will be to:

  • manage general administrative services and operational to support training required by the project

  • oversee and manage the training program within Growing Minds Australia

  • Build relationships and manages project communications with the project’s various stakeholders

  • coordinate and maintain data capture for training development and record keeping

  • ensure that ethics guidelines, standards and WHS requirements are met for training.

The School of Psychology was the first established Psychology department in Australia and is currently one of the largest and has a proud history of excellence that characterises all its research and educational activities. Sustained increases in research funding and strong enrolments have facilitated a rapid growth in our staffing and research profile.

To learn more about the School of Psychology click here

About you

  • A PhD in Clinical Psychology

  • Experience managing a diverse group of key internal/external stakeholders on large or complex projects

  • Demonstrated experience in effectively developing and delivering training programs in child and youth mental health to practitioners from a wide range of discipline

  • Extensive experience in working as a clinical psychologist and delivering evidence-based interventions in child and youth mental health

  • previous experience working on clinical trials

  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with sound negotiating and conflict resolution skills and a demonstrated level of tact and discretion in dealing with a variety of matters

  • Developed and delivered training programs in child and youth mental health

  • Delivered evidence-based child and family intervention for child mental health problems

  • An ability to work both independently and as part of a team, taking initiative and exercising sound judgement in resolving matters that may arise as part of normal daily work excellent time and workload management skills with demonstrated ability to prioritise effectively, manage multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and achieve required outcomes.

Sponsorship / work rights for Australia

Please note: Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. For a continuing position, you must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident.

Australian Temporary Residents currently employed at the University of Sydney may be considered for a fixed term contract for the length of their visa, depending on the requirements of the hiring area and the position.

Pre-employment checks

Your employment is conditional upon the completion of all role required pre-employment or background checks in terms satisfactory to the University. Similarly, your ongoing employment is conditional upon the satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary step, including the termination of your employment.

This position is designated as involving child-related work. To undertake or remain in this position, you are required to apply for and obtain a Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012.

EEO statement

The University of Sydney is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged.

How to apply

Applications (including a cover letter, CV, and any additional supporting documentation) can be submitted via the Apply button at the top of the page.  

Please address the following questions in your cover letter:

  • Outline your postgraduate qualifications in clinical Psychology and additional relevant skills and experience that make you suitable for this role.

  • This role requires developing and delivering training programs in children and youth; explain your experience in this area?

  • Provide an example of when you have delivered evidence-based interventions in child and youth mental health.

For employees of the University or contingent workers, please login into your Workday account and navigate to the Career icon on your Dashboard.  Click on USYD Find Jobs and apply.

For a confidential discussion about the role, or if you require reasonable adjustment or support filling out this application, please contact Helen Efstathiou, Recruitment Consultant. Recruitment Operations, Human Resources on +61 2 8627 7137 or by email recruitment.sea@sydney.edu.au

© The University of Sydney

The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment.

Click to view the Position Description for
this role.

Closing Date: 29 August 2021

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