E-Learning Officer, National Centre for Disability Advocacy

Date Posted: 25 Jan 2024

Stand out points:

  • Fully remote work environment
  • Tax-reducing salary packaging available
  • Contract role to June 2025, possible extension


Be part of this collaborative and supportive team where your work will contribute to social good.


About your new organisation

The National Centre for Disability Advocacy (NCDA) plays a critical role in the disability sector by improving access to advocacy services and supporting independent advocacy organisations by: capability building, elevating systemic advocacy and identifying and addressing unmet need and unmet demand in the sector. Learn more:  https://ncda.org.au/.

The NCDA is delivered by Disability Advocacy Network Australia (DANA), the national representative body for a network of independent advocacy organisations throughout Australia.

The NCDA offers a genuinely inclusive work environment where diversity is celebrated.  It is a supportive, small team where collaboration is valued.   


About your new role

Integral to the NCDA’s capacity building activities, this role is to facilitate access for disability advocacy organisations to online training and education resources.   You will develop and maintain online learning resources, fact sheets and guides and will assist with creating and facilitating interactive webinars and peer networks.  You will coordinate the annual training calendar and associated booking processes.   A key part of this role is to manage a project to select, implement and manage NCDA’s LMS.


About you

You are an experienced and qualified adult learning professional who enjoys working with a range of stakeholders.  You have well-developed written communication skills applied to a range of learning products, both traditional and online.  You are tech savvy and can navigate various learning systems and content editing tools.  You are used to working remotely and can maintain focus and productivity across your projects and BAU activities.  As part of a small team, you can roll your sleeves up and help when needed and can work out of hours occasionally.  You will have the willingness and availability to travel interstate from time to time.

Working with the NCDA is subject to a satisfactory National Police Check and Child Related Employment Screening Check.


People with disability, First Nations people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities are particularly encouraged to apply.


How to apply

Your application must include your resume and a cover letter outlining your motivation for applying and briefly addressing these selection criteria (2 pages max):



  • Tertiary qualifications in a discipline that supports the duties of the position, such as education, training and e-learning.
  • Demonstrated ability to work constructively and collaboratively with a range of stakeholders and partners.
  • High level of interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
  • High level computer skills using a range of programs including Microsoft, Eventbrite and content editing tools.
  • Demonstrated experience in assisting to develop and deliver adult education programs including the development of online tools and resources.
  • Experience in helping to develop and deliver education, and training in a range of online formats.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and problem-solve in a small team.
  • Demonstrated ability to be productive and motivated in a remote work environment.



  • Knowledge of the disability or disability advocacy sector.


Only candidates invited for interview will be contacted.


Applications close 

Friday 16 February 2024.


Position Description

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