As a Safety and Wellbeing Trainer at Disability Services Australia (DSA) you develop bespoke training programs to meet business needs. Permanent part-time position 4 days per week, based in Kingsgrove.Your new role:Understand the training needs of the different parts of the organisation.Develop and deliver bespoke training programs specific to varied business needs: Safety, Wellbeing, Manual Handling and Occupational Violence.Identify additional learning and development requirements.As you grow and develop the option to explore broader responsibilities within safety will open up.What you need to succeed:Proven ability to deliver safety and manual handling training.Strong understanding of safety requirements.Prior experience delivering effective adult learning training programs.Willingness to learn and understand business needs.Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (not required to be current).What’s in it for me?Newly created position – make the role your own. Strong business appetite for uplift in Safety – the business is asking for your help!Variety of work environments requiring bespoke solutions.Join an impactful team willing to share their expertise knowledge and have your back.Hybrid work environment – blend of travel/on the road and office/work from home.Enjoy NFP Salary Packaging = more in your take home pay.Most importantly a role where you feel you are making a difference everyday!About Us:Disability Services Australia (DSA) is a fully owned subsidiary of Scope (Aust) Ltd. Scope and DSA came together in late 2021 to form one of the largest not-for-profit disability service providers in Australia. We support people with physical, intellectual, and multiple disabilities to achieve their goals, providing services to thousands of people across New South Wales and Victoria. Our mission is to enable each person to live as an empowered and equal citizen.How to Apply:  To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. For enquiries, please call or text Paula on 0400 881 536.DSA is an EEO employer with a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all members of the community.To work at DSA, you are required to hold a Criminal Record Check, Working with Children’s Check and evidence of covid vaccination or medical exemption. 75000 AUD Kingsgrove 2208

Safety & Wellbeing Trainer

As a Safety and Wellbeing Trainer at Disability Services Australia (DSA) you develop bespoke training programs to meet business needs. Permanent part-time position 4 days per week, based in Kingsgrove.

Your new role:

  • Understand the training needs of the different parts of the organisation.
  • Develop and deliver bespoke training programs specific to varied business needs: Safety, Wellbeing, Manual Handling and Occupational Violence.
  • Identify additional learning and development requirements.
  • As you grow and develop the option to explore broader responsibilities within safety will open up.

What you need to succeed:

  • Proven ability to deliver safety and manual handling training.
  • Strong understanding of safety requirements.
  • Prior experience delivering effective adult learning training programs.
  • Willingness to learn and understand business needs.
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (not required to be current).

What’s in it for me?

  • Newly created position – make the role your own. 
  • Strong business appetite for uplift in Safety – the business is asking for your help!
  • Variety of work environments requiring bespoke solutions.
  • Join an impactful team willing to share their expertise knowledge and have your back.
  • Hybrid work environment – blend of travel/on the road and office/work from home.
  • Enjoy NFP Salary Packaging = more in your take home pay.
  • Most importantly a role where you feel you are making a difference everyday!

About Us:

Disability Services Australia (DSA) is a fully owned subsidiary of Scope (Aust) Ltd. Scope and DSA came together in late 2021 to form one of the largest not-for-profit disability service providers in Australia. We support people with physical, intellectual, and multiple disabilities to achieve their goals, providing services to thousands of people across New South Wales and Victoria. Our mission is to enable each person to live as an empowered and equal citizen.

How to Apply:  

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. 

For enquiries, please call or text Paula on 0400 881 536.

DSA is an EEO employer with a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from all members of the community.

To work at DSA, you are required to hold a Criminal Record Check, Working with Children’s Check and evidence of covid vaccination or medical exemption.