Teacher - Engineering (Mechanical Trade)
Teacher Engineering (Mechanical Trade)
- Full-time, 38 hours per week
- Ongoing role
- Based at the Fulham campus
- Job Reference No. 2137
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Gippsland’s local TAFE is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic industry expert to join our Engineering Teaching Team. If you are passionate about sharing your knowledge and experience with students, and building the skills, qualifications and employability of the Gippsland Community then this is the role for you.
For over 85 years, TAFE Gippsland has been supporting Gippsland communities to thrive by empowering local students and enabling local businesses through the provision of high quality vocational education. TAFE Gippsland is located in the idyllic regional setting of Gippsland in eastern Victoria, with campuses from Warragul to Lakes Entrance. TAFE Gippsland is a Child Safe organisation.
About the Role
Our Engineering Teaching team delivers across a multitude of entry level, apprenticeship and post-trade qualifications. We are seeking an Engineering Mechanical Trade expert to deliver within our VET in Schools and Cert II Career Pathways programs. As a Teacher, you will deliver high quality training and assessment, develop innovative resources and assessment materials, and undertake educational administration. You will provide students with support and advice, and equip them with the skills and knowledge required in order to prepare them for a career within the Engineering field.
- TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment plus TAEASS502 and TAELLN411; or TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment; or a commitment to undertake the qualification;
- Minimum Certificate III in Engineering Mechanical
- Minimum 5 years’ experience, post apprenticeship
- First Aid Certificate (Level 2);
- Driver’s Licence;
- Current Victorian Working with Children Check; and
- Current Police check (not older than 12 months)
Why Join TAFE Gippsland:
TAFE Gippsland strives to be recognised as an employer of choice by providing staff with excellent working conditions, the opportunity for a rewarding career, and personal and professional development opportunities including:
- Competitive salaries, benefits and conditions;
- Community focussed employer;
- Professional Development opportunities;
- Access to an Employee Assistance Program.
How to Apply:
Applications must be submitted online and include a current resume and address the Key Selection Criteria.
Key Selection Criteria can be found by clicking the download documents button on this page.
Please note: Applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria and include a curent resume will not be considered for this position.
For specific enquiries relating to the position please contract Paul Teychenne, Program Manager Engineering & Electrotechnology on 0429 367 025.
For enquiries relating to the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources on (03) 5120 4570.
2pm on Thursday 22 April 2021
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