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Teacher Children's Services, Institute Wide W17-40

Organisation/Entity: TAFE - Western Institute
Job Category:
  • Education And/Or Training | Vocational Education and Training/TAFE
Job Location:
  • Regional NSW
Job Reference Number: 00005KJZ
Work Type: Part-Time
Total Remuneration Package: Hourly Rate of pay: Teaching - $78.76
Contact: 02 6885 7521 - Fiona Westcott
Closing Date: 28/09/2017 - 11:59 PM

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TAFE NSW: Institute Wide
 
Do you want to help change peoples’ lives? If you have a passion for helping people, and for our region, this role is for you. TAFE Western is seeking suitably qualified people who are willing to explore their industry know-how and contribute in vocational, education and training.
 
We are creating a suitability list in the Children Services area for future part time casual teaching and assessment roles.
 
TAFE Western   is located in the western part of NSW, from the Blue Mountains, about two hours drive west of Sydney, to the state border with South Australia. This covers almost half of the agricultural and farming land of New South Wales. TAFE Western has almost 40,000 students. TAFE Western employs over 2000 people throughout its 24 colleges and Institute offices.
 
TAFE Western encourages Peoples from all Aboriginal nations to apply for this position.
 
This is a child-related position. A Working With Children Check is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work.  It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of workplace misconduct.  More information on the Working With Children Check (WWCC), visit Working With Children Check 
 
Hourly Rate of pay:
Teaching - $78.76
 
 
Resources to assist with your application:
 
How to apply:
  • Complete your application using the online form on the www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au website, including your work experience, education, responses to any open-ended ‘key application responses’, and two referees with email address; OR attach your responses to the ‘key application response’, a resume (no more than three pages) and cover letter (optional and no more than one page) to your application as separate files
  • Attach relevant qualifications/licences described for the position and Verification of Qualification form
  • Indicate location/s in your application of your availability to teach
  • Click the apply online button to commence application
  • Submit your application by the advertised closing date and time. Late applications may not be accepted
  • Theory and or practical skill assessments may be conducted as part of the selection process
 
 

Key Application Responses

Key Application Responses:
  1. Successful completion of the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
  2. Recognised degree in Early Childhood Teaching/Early Childhood Education and/or relevant area specialising in Children’s Services (0-8 years) OR  Relevant degree together with a practice based diploma or associate diploma in the area of Children’s Services (0-8 years) OR Qualifications and experience assessed through an approved process of RPL/RCC as relevant and equivalent
  3. A minimum of two years (post degree) industry experience, at least part of which has been gained within the last 18 months, in an area of Children’s Services
  4. Comprehensive current knowledge of the industry and job roles and strong understanding of current trends and diversity within the Children’s Services industry
  5. High level written and oral communication skills in English with proven ability to communicate effectively in a wide range of educational or community environments
  6. Knowledge of and commitment to the Department’s Aboriginal education policies and training.
  7. Driver’s licence and capacity to travel for TAFE Western business purposes.
 
Applications will not be considered without the appropriate responses to each of the essential requirements for the advertised position. A cover letter and resume will not be considered.
 
Closing date: 28 September 2017