Job Description

FedUni TAFE – Ballarat Campuses

Full-time, fixed-term appointment for 12 months.

FedUni TAFE is looking for passionate and driven teachers to join us in Ballarat as we deliver the Victorian Government Priority Courses in 2019.

The free TAFE for Priority Courses is a State Government Program providing $172 million for tuition-fee-free training for 30 non-apprenticeship courses and 18 courses that provide pathways to apprenticeships across the state.

FedUni TAFE in Ballarat have a full-time, fixed-term for a TAFE Teacher, Mental Health and require your assistance to help us transform lives in our community through this program.

As the successful candidate, you will possess current vocational skills and knowledge that will enable you to prepare and deliver vocational training and education programs in a variety of contexts including workplace delivery. You will also have the demonstrated ability to research, select and use a wide range of teaching and assessment strategies to suit the needs of a diverse range of students and be able to apply information and communication technologies to the teaching and learning process.

A valid Working with Children Check (WWCC) will be required as well as a relevant business qualification in line with the Australian Skills Quality Authority outlined below:

  • A TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (or its successor), or a diploma or higher level qualification in adult education; or
  • TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment plus the TAELLN411 (or its successor)/TAELLN401A, and TAEASS502 (or its successor)/TAEASS502A/TAEASS502B.

The salary is within the TAFE Teacher L1.1 to L3.4 range $65,645 to $93,073 p.a. depending on qualifications and experience plus 9.5% superannuation.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Sunday, 12 May 2019.

Applicants are required to address the Key Selection Criteria, for further information on preparing a job application, please click here:  Preparing-a-Job-Application.pdf

To view the Position Description, please click here:    848877.1.pdf

If you require these documents, or any other documents on this website in an alternative format please contact or phone (03) 5327 9756.

All University positions delivering education and/or services to children must hold a valid Working With Children Check (WWCC). Please refer to the position description for WWCC requirements.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

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