LOCATION: Jandakot
24 month recruitment pool
Applications are encouraged from people interested in casual hours. Suitable applicants will be placed in the Appointment Pool from which opportunities may be offered as vacancies arise up to 24 months from first appointment.
About the role
Have you ever thought you would like to share your industry knowledge and experience with those learning about or starting in your industry? We are currently seeking candidates with experience and expertise in teaching Aviation Management to plan, develop and deliver training and assessment to students in this study area.
The lecturer’s primary role is to teach, facilitate learning, assess and mentor students in accordance with relevant curriculum and/or training package requirements. Lecturers also undertake Professional Activities and Activities Related to Delivery. In order to maintain quality educational services, lecturers are required to keep abreast of technological and other developments in their field through professional development to provide up-to-date information and advice to the College and industry, where appropriate.
To be successful in this role you will have airport operations/management or airline operations/management experience. The successful applicant will also have at least 5 years of vocational or lecturing experience relevant to this position with an ability to facilitate and encourage learning.
It is preferred that candidates already possess a current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) at the time of application, or can demonstrate progression towards the Certificate IV in Training & Assessment.
Our employees have access to a range of benefits including:
Salary packaging/sacrifice facility 9.5% employer superannuation contribution Thirteen weeks paid long service leave after 7 years Fifteen days personal leave Four weeks annual leave Four weeks professional leave Flexible working hours Paid parental leave – 14 weeks
Further Job Related Information?
Please contact Chadwick Martin, Lecturer Airport Management on *****90 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
Find out more by visiting our website
Application Instructions
For further information about this position and details on how to apply please visit JobsWA job board by clicking the ‘Apply’ button.
Advertised Vacancy Reference Number: SML 045.18P
Please note…
The onus is on the applicant to ensure that their application is received by the closing date and time. Late applications will not be accepted.
Diploma job in Brand New Centre. Exceeding rated organisation. Eastern Suburbs.
Your new company
Join this high quality childcare provider’s brand new state of the art centre in the Eastern Suburbs, Sydney. The centre has 3 linked services in Sydney, which have all received Exceeding rating at Assessment and Rating. The organisation has a large focus on their educator’s development and wellbeing. For this reason each room of their centres are over ratio for staffing and boasts excellent staff retention.
This brand new centre has been purpose built with fantastic state of the art facilities, large outdoor space and excellent natural resources. The Director is focused on developing a collaborative and supportive team within this new centre and is looking for Diploma educator assistant to work with an experienced ECT.
Your new role
Your role as Diploma will be to establish a strong routine for children in your room and bring new ideas to the team. You will be confident creating age appropriate activities for children based on their interests, as well as contributing ideas to the program during team meetings. You will use your interpersonal skills to build strong relationships with children and families, as well as the other educators in your room and be a part of the centres brilliant team culture.
You will be supported by an experienced Room Leader, Educational Leader and Centre Director. In this brilliant organisation you will have the opportunity to develop in your career in the future, either stepping up to Room Leader or taking on other responsibilities and projects across the centre.
What you'll need to succeed
Diploma in Children’s Services Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Previous experience in similar role A passion for helping build a brand new centre

What you'll get in return
Above award salary Future internal career development opportunities Collaborative and supportive team environment Above ratio staffing and support in each room State of the art facilities and resources

What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
Lucille Kilshaw
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If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
Key Assets The Children’s Services Provider 
An evolving service provider, Australia wide Committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive workforce, AWEI Employer of Choice for 2015 & 2016, AWEI Gold Employer Award for 2017 and finalist for the Australian HR Awards 2017 We provide therapeutic practice support to families and the vulnerable children and young people in their care and WA provides family based accommodation and community supports for children and young people with a disability Full Time (37.5 hours, flexibility is required, travel within the community is an expectation of the role), office based in Stirling
Key Assets – The Children's Services Provider is a dynamic not-for-profit community service organisation providing high quality, innovative out of home family based placements and community support for children and young people with varying needs and behaviours. Since 2007 our unique service has grown respect across 6 states within Australia and within the North and South Islands of New Zealand. 
We welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates.  For a confidential conversation about working with Key Assets, please phone our Aboriginal Practice Leader, Tony Calgaret *****00 + click to reveal
About the role
As a  Social Worker with our Disability Support Service you will make a positive and lasting difference to the lives of people living with disabilities through the provision of quality care and support to enable them to reach their potential.  This will include children in care and young adults with mental ill-health and other complex support needs.  
About You
To be successful you will have a strong understanding and solid skills relating to contemporary practice in services to vulnerable people. You MUST also have a tertiary qualification in Social Work recognised by the AASW and or SPSW.
The role will primarily be working in the community with children and young people with disability and their care teams.  Care Teams include, carers, support workers, legal guardians, allied health professionals and employment and other community-based supports.   
Responsibilities (Full Position Description below)
Case Coordination and Support for young people with disability over the age of 18 years who are living independently or with Key Assets carers Working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to achieve positive outcomes for children and young people Working as part of a team demonstrating trauma informed practice with children and young people who have suffered trauma, loss, neglect and/or abuse Monitoring and reviewing the suitability and competence of Key Assets Ability Carers ensuring they provide a safe, healthy, nurturing and learning environment for children and young people. To conduct annual Carer Reviews. To undertake assessments of potential carers. To present Assessment Reports to the Key Assets Panell
Experience and Skills Required
Tertiary Qualification in Social Work (ESSENTIAL) Experience working as a Social Worker preferably in either Disability, Child Protection or Mental health context knowledge of the impact of trauma, and attachment theory Current Australian driving licence Successful applicants will require a current WWCC/ relevant to the state in which this post is advertised, and also be willing to undergo a National and/or International Police Check and other Child Safety Departmental specific / statutory checks prior to commencement.
Salary Packaging - Company Vehicle including fuel card On-Call allowance when rostered on call Laptop and phone On-going professional training and supervision Full time, 37.5 hrs with flexibility required for travel within and around the community
The role will provide support and supervision in the community to Ability Carers, and to young people living independently in the Perth and Peel regions. 
Again, you must be suitably qualified having obtained a relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work and be eligible for membership of the AASW and or SPSW. 
For a private and confidential discussion please call Natalie McFarlane (Disability Practice Leader) on *****00 + click to reveal
KEY ASSETS THE CHILDREN'S SERVICES PROVIDER is committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and all applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and minority groups are encouraged to apply.
Key Assets Fostering is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all appropriately qualified and experienced members of the community
Business, Management, Accounting, Finance, Marketing and Information Technology
Company Overview:
Southern Cross University’s (SCU) branch campuses in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth offer international student the opportunity to study at one of Australia’s highly ranked and innovative public universities in three of Australia’s most popular international student destinations. Young, progressive and connected, SCU offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in accounting, business administration and information technology with strong focus on producing career- ready graduate.
The Southern Cross University branch campuses are part of EduCo International Group, a diversified, post- secondary education company dedicated to helping international students achieve their academic and career goals. EduCo manages and operates private colleges and works with public and not- for – profit universities in growing the student community and the creation of specialised on-campus pathway programs in Australia, Canada, Ireland and the United States. EduCo conducts academic courses on behalf of Southern Cross University at Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
As a Casual Teacher, you will be accountable for the provision of professional teaching and academic expertise across all aspects of delivery. In addition to your interaction with the SCU Unit Assessors, your duties also require your close liaison with the Melbourne Campus Academic Manager, reporting academic performance of your class and the status of the students’ learning including their level of focusing on excellence in learner support, resource development and educational administration.
Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities: 
Deliver tutorial sessions based on Flipped Learning Model that engage learners and meet their needs and learning styles (including blended learning options and mobile technologies). Implement a continuous improvement approach to the quality of teaching and learning that enables a safe and supportive learning environment for diverse learners and enhances the student experience by improving engagement and encouraging success. Implement Student Support and Intervention strategies as required.
1. Management
Organisational Behaviour (Postgraduate Level) Managing Organisation (Undergraduate Level) Human Resource Management (Postgraduate Level) Strategic Management (Undergraduate Level) Competitive Strategy (Undergraduate Level) Understanding Business Environment (Undergraduate Level) Leading and Management of People (Undergraduate Level) International/ Global Business  (Undergraduate and Postgraduate Levels.
2. Accounting and finance
Advanced Management Accounting (Undergraduate Level) Finance (Postgraduate Level) Economics for Decision Making (Undergraduate Level) Financial Accounting (Undergraduate Level) Accounting and Finance for Business (Undergraduate and Postgraduate Levels)
​​​​​3. Information Technology/ Information Systems (Undergraduate Level Only)
Cybersecurity Managing Organisations Web Development Systems Analysis and Design Programming   Data Communications and Networks Database Systems Object Oriented Programming Programming Mobile Systems Cloud Systems Development   Managing Software Development ACC73002 - Business Analytics and Big Data       CMP73001 - Cybersecurity Management CSC73002 - Network Management Computing Projects Electronic Commerce Business Analytics and Big Data
4. Marketing 
All Areas (All Levels)
5. Business and Commerce (Including Business Law)
Applied Ethics and Sustainability (Undergraduate Level) Business Language and writing (Undergraduate Level) Business Communication (Undergraduate Level) Business Mathematics (Undergraduate Level) Quantitative Methods (Undergraduate Level) Business Statistics (Undergraduate Level) Communication in Organisation / Management Communication (Undergraduate and Postgraduate Levels)
About You:
You are highly motivated, collaborative and flexible, with excellent communication and relationship skills. You will have relevant qualification(s) and capabilities as per following: 
You have the right to live and work in Australia. A terminal degree in your area of teaching is preferred. A Master’s degree is an acceptable substitute with at least 5 years of working experience at a managerial position in the area of your teaching expertise. Certificate in Training and Assessment (preferred) or a significant length of teaching at an Australian or reputable international tertiary education service provider. A proven track record in the design and delivery of up to-date and engaging programs, learning materials and teaching delivery plans, in a learning environment that motivates and guides students to optimise their learning outcomes. Registration with relevant professional association/s (as required for the specific discipline). A valid Victorian Working with Children Check or a receipt of a recent application.:
How to Apply:
 Applications should include:
a covering letter curriculum vitae contact details of three (3) referees  Teaching Scores / Student Feedback from past teaching roles
All applicants require:
verification of unrestricted work rights in Australia, e.g. citizenship, passport or birth certificate (A certified copy preferred) certified copies of qualifications
If you have any questions regarding these positions or require further information, please contact; ***** + click to reveal
Please note that due to high volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted. Thank you
·         $41.14 p/h - SCHADS Award L7
·         0.8-1 FTE
About Barwon CASA/Minerva
We are a leading organisation offering a comprehensive suite of services to clients and the community across the Barwon, West Melbourne and Wimmera Regions. Providing specialist sexual assault and family violence programs and services, including 24 hour crisis care support, case management, therapeutic counselling, early intervention and professional education and training, we continue to grow and develop our offerings.
About The Role
This Specialist Family Violence Child Protection Practitioner is a senior practitioner with extensive knowledge of family violence and/or child protection. The role is co-located at the Geelong DHHS office with a portfolio focussing on greater Geelong. The role is also co-located one day per week back in our home office in Geelong. The role is responsible for providing operational and strategic advice to Child Protection practitioners and their managers who undertake investigations of families where a child is or may be in need of protection due to family violence. The position is designed to influence and build the capacity of the Child Protection and family violence services responses, understanding and relationships.  In addition, the role is responsible to assist Child Protection in the conduct of investigations and supporting plan development.
About You
With degree qualifications in social work, welfare or psychology, you will be able to demonstrate experience working in the family violence service system as a senior practitioner with leadership or supervisory experience. You will be passionate about capacity building and have advanced knowledge regarding gender based violence and child protection practice. You will be able to demonstrate your capability to:
Build partnerships and collaborate across Child Protection and the family violence sector; Provide specialist advice to Child Protection practitioners; Strengthen pathways and build capacity between Child Protection and Family Violence services.
If you share our vision for a community free from family violence and sexual assault and are motivated to make a difference, we would like to hear from you.  We pride ourselves on being a great place to work. You care for our clients and we care for you, including by investing in your development and wellbeing. You will have access to leading specialists and training and development that supports you in your role and in your longer term career journey. We offer a variety of career pathway options, leading salary packaging benefits and flexible working arrangements that help you manage your work and your life.
How To Apply
To apply, please go to our website at to view the position description and submission requirements. All applications must address the key selection criteria outlined in the PD. Applications should be sent to *****  + click to reveal
For a confidential discussion, please contact Ilka Hoffmeister on 03-*****18 + click to reveal.
Melbourne High School is seeking a suitably qualified teacher to fill the following ongoing, full-time position starting in Term 3, 2018:
History & Humanities
Further information about the school is available at
All enquiries should be directed to Assistant Principal, Andrew Sloan, on *****11 + click to reveal or at ***** + click to reveal
Applications should be submitted via Recruitment-On-Line at
Are you called by God to make a faithful difference to the Christian educational landscape? Our community is committed to becoming the preferred place of learning.
Located in Salisbury, Brisbane Christian College is a thriving learning centre, catering from Pre-Prep to Year 12, and is responsible for 900 children spread over three campuses.
Through Christ-centred learning and teaching practices, our faculty are mandated to understand the developing needs of our children: spiritually, intellectually, physically and emotionally. This is enabling ‘personalised learning’ through dynamic relationships and approaches, to enflame our children’s eternal destinies.
Are you called to action?
The College is seeking to appoint a Middle School English/HASS Specialist, commencing in Semester 2 this year. The successful applicant will join our Middle and Secondary Campus ministry team and will become fully involved in the spiritual and co-curricular life of the College.
Applicants are to contact the College Principal, Sean Morrison, on *****18 + click to reveal to have an informal conversation about the position and our community.
Applications are due by Monday 11 June 2018, however they may be reviewed on a daily basis and therefore interviews may occur at any stage. Exceptional educational designers are to apply as soon as possible.
TO APPLY: Visit our website and proceed to our 'Positions available' page under 'About Us'.
Applications will consist of a completed 'Application for Employment: Teaching Position' form found on the webpage, and a cover letter. Please include copies of all qualifications that you list in the application form and a photocopy of your Teacher Registration card.
Candidates listed for interview will be contacted.
The Centre - Mascot
This 68 place service works closely with the supportive families so the children have the most enriching educational experience in their early years.
Within a state of the art building, you will find outstanding facilities and resources, a natural indoor and outdoor area which incorporates modern technology and a very close and friendly team who strive to provide children with the best possible opportunities. This centre has everything from a Sandpit to a Petting Farm!
The Benefits:
Above Award salary package Opportunity to work with an incredible, growing organisation Beautiful, well-resourced centre Heavy invested in on-going and paid professional development with a tailored programme designed to ensure all staff are fully up to date with changes in the industry Opportunity to work with an established team who are passionate about delivering a high level of care and education to the children. Career progression opportunities. Onsite Parking
Key Responsibilities
You will be responsible for running the 4-5 room. You will manage and delegate responsibilities other staff members Have the ability to identify the children's strengths and interests, choose appropriate teaching strategies and design the learning environment You will oversee the supervision of the children and will lead the daily program A key part of the role will be building strong and trusting rapport with the parents, children and the local community
Essential Criteria:
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or equivalent ACECQA approved qualification (working toward accepted) Experience as a room leader Able to work in a team effectively Excellent planning, organisational and time management skills Exceptional communication skills, both written and oral, with a professional customer service focus Energetic, passionate and committed to work
What do you need to do
For further information please send your resume to ***** + click to reveal or alternatively click on apply now with your updated resume and cover letter.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact Jessica for a confidential discussion on *****00 + click to reveal.
Northern Suburbs Casual Position  Generous salary packaging benefits!
Are you driven to make changes in the Out of Home Care System? Do you believe in investing in the skill of Foster Carers to improve outcomes for children? Do you see the value in using Evidence Based Models of Care to achieve better outcomes for children in care?
Then we may have the job for you!
Join Victoria’s largest independent child welfare organisation and become a vital part of a team that never gives up doing whatever it takes for kids. We believe everyone should have a good childhood, growing up in families and communities where they feel safe, nurtured and have hope for the future.
Berry Street is implementing an evidence based model of care called the Teaching Family Model (TFM). TFM is a short term therapeutic behavioural program, which sees children living with highly trained carers, known as Practitioners, for 9-12 months. The TFM Practitioners use teaching interactions targeted to reduce problem behaviours and increase prosocial behaviours. The model is trauma informed and helps young people identify personal stressors and develop appropriate self-regulation techniques. After their time in the Program, the child is transitioned back to general Home Based Care or back to family.
We are seeking casual Teaching Family Practitioners to support our full-time Practitioners and allow them to have time away from the home. To be successful in this role you will have experience providing care and support to young people with complex needs. You will be a team player, with a strong capacity for emotional self-regulation and an open minded and non-judgmental nature. You must be available to attend 1 week of skills based TFM training from June 18th - 22nd. 
Queries to Sarah Bartlett, TFM Consultant, on *****91 + click to reveal
Applications addressing the key selection criteria should be submitted by 11pm Wednesday 6 June 2018

Berry Street are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children, including those with a disability and culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. Berry Street are also committed to cultural safety, inclusion and empowerment of Aboriginal children, their families and communities. Comprehensive reference and background checking will be undertaken, including a Working with Children Check and police check. Aboriginal people; people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.
The School
anzuk Education work closely with a leading Catholic school in the Western Suburbs. The school offers a diverse and rich program across Year 7 to 10 and pride themselves on providing a clear learning pathway for all students.
The Opportunity 
The successful Drama teacher will enjoy teaching within a high achieving and progressive performing Arts team. Previous Media teaching experience is also preferred, as there is the opportunity to teach this at Year 9. This is also a great opportunity for a beginning teacher to gain valuable experience.
This opportunity is full-time for Term 3 and 4. Current VIT registration is of course required.
If you feel you are a dynamic Drama teacher please apply below.
Alternatively, feel free to contact:
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Street Science are excited to announce that they are hiring!
Street Science delivers science engagement for students, children and the general public in a fun, enthusiastic and energetic manner.  We require an experienced Science Educator to join our team and continue the high quality delivery that we are renowned for.
An ideal candidate would possess the following qualifications and experience:
Bachelor of Applied Science / Education (or similar) Either a tertiary qualification or experience within the education system A Blue Card Knowledge of modern technology Manual drivers licence
Our presenters require high energy and self-motivation, teamed with the ability to command an audience or classroom in order to deliver highly engaging lessons.
We are a young, vibrant, family owned business, and are in a high growth phase achieving success in the education system as well as throughout the community in South East Queensland.  Below is a link to a recent video which provides a taster of the exciting daily activities performed by our highly skilled science communicators.
So, you think you are up for the challenge?   If you want to ensure that everyone sees science as the explosive, fun, adventurous subject that it is, then send your resume to ***** + click to reveal or apply through SEEK now!
Please Note: – This position is a Term 3 Contract with a start date of July 9th through to September 21st 2018, with the opportunity for continued work available into Term 4 and beyond for the right person.
About us:
Our Aim is to provide excellence in early childhood care and education in a welcoming, safe, inclusive and nurturing environment. Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run for over 25 years, with a solid commitment to consultative and collaborative management.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Be dedicated to complete the theory component of the 12 month traineeship.
  • Be reliable, professional, punctual, enthusiastic and passionate about children’s education, care and inclusive practices.
  • Have effective communication skills.
  • Ability to work rotating rosters, ensuring exposure to the many aspects of the Industry.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work as an effective team member.
  • Have an understanding of workplace health and safety.
  • Willing to have fun, be creative and be invested in the early education of our children.
Essential to be considered:
  • You are over 18 years of age, an Australian citizen/permanent resident.
  • You currently don’t hold, or are not studying towards a Certificate III qualification in child care.
  • You must be willing to obtain a Working with Children Check.
  • You must be willing to obtain a First Aid certificate.
Benefits of working with us:
  • Great friendly team, with experienced and dedicated education professionals who will guide and mentor you.
  • Modern facilities and technologies.
  • Uniforms provided.
  • Secure parking facilities.
  • We embrace enthusiasm creativity and fun!
We are an equal opportunity workplace where diversity is embraced. We foster a culture that supports inclusion and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
If you meet the key experience required please apply today!
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 811967: ***** + click to reveal
National Academy of Hair & Beauty is a recognised training leader in it's industry. We deliver accredited courses in Hairdressing, Make-up, Nail technology and Beauty Therapy. We provide a comprehensive and flexible suite of study options to all our students to enable them to follow their passion to work in the Hair & Beauty industry.
We currently have positions available in our Barbering and Hairdressing programs for enthusiastic and qualified trainers. The candidate will join a growing, vibrant and professional team at our Richmond campus.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and experience;
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110/ TAE40116) Current Industry knowledge and demonstrated 3+ years practical work experience in the industry Experience and knowledge in development of Resources and Assessment tools
Main duties include:
Deliver quality training and assessment, monitor and evaluate student progress and record results. Prepare and develop academic documents such as delivery plans, assessment mapping, session plans and training plans. Organise and conduct workshops and demonstrations for students that are industry relevant and employment focussed. Participate in professional development activities whether they are conducted internally or by third party. Professional development activities are regarded as requirements in order to hold the employment position. Maintain cleanliness and security of training areas and equipment. Maintain stocks of required resources. Participate as required in validation, moderation and industry consultation.
If you are creative, self driven and enthusiastic, this is an exciting and rewarding role. Please apply with resume and cover letter ***** + click to reveal.
Due to our expanding services we are seeking a highly motivated, well presented Funeral Directors Assistant to join our administration team.
Publisher, Word, and Excel computer skills are essential. The successful applicant will have the ability to work within a busy team environment with limited supervision and have excellent time management skills. This is a full time position. Finney Funeral Services will provide you with a fantastic career path and an industry leading salary negotiable based on your experience.
The position contains a number of responsibilities including;
Administration tasks Client Service Public and Community Relations
The Ideal candidate will have the following;
Excellent numerical, verbal and written communication skills Experience in Administration Customer Service experience A caring nature Someone who enjoys helping others and providing support at times Professional presentation Flexible in occasional weekend work An interest in the community
If you feel that you would like to be part of the dedicated team at Finney Funeral Services, please post or email your application to Mr Mark Graham:-
By Mail: Mr Mark Graham
Finney Funeral Services
34 Nunamina Avenue
Kings Meadows TAS 7249.
By Email: ***** + click to reveal
Applications close Wednesday 20th December 2017
About the business and the role
Oakhill Education Group Australia Pty Ltd trading as RGIT Australia is a leading vocational education provider with a founding principal of delivering excellence in training. RGIT Australia is proud to offer a learning environment that pays particular attention to student welfare and to fostering equal educational opportunities for students of all ages.
RGIT Australia is recruiting highly-motivated and dedicated ELICOS Trainers to work within the Institute's ELICOS Department for its Hobart CBD campus. The position is for immediate start.
Job tasks and responsibilities
To be successful in this job you need to be a highly motivating and engaging individual with outstanding presentation skills and with a genuine commitment to teaching. You will also need to have highly developed oral and written communication skills.
Skills and experience
To be considered for an ELICOS trainer position, applicants need to have following:
An Australian-recognised degree or higher qualification A TESOL qualification such as CELTA or Certificate IV in TESOL Significant ELICOS teaching experience will be well regarded A demonstrated track-record in delivering student-centred classes An ability to teach a range of levels from elementary to upper-intermediate A highly motivating and engaging classroom manner with outstanding presentation skills
Selection criteria:
Work experience in relevant industry is a must. Demonstrated ongoing commitment to professional development. Educational and training experience is preferable. Student management system experience is preferable.
The position is available for an immediate start.
RGIT Australia offers a friendly and supportive work environment.
If you believe you are qualified for this position, please e-mail your cover letter and resume to ***** + click to reveal.
The Centre

We are currently working with a well resourced and modern 77 place centre based in Waterloo.

The centre is privately owned and has two other sister centres based in surrounding suburbs.

The centre caters for children from the ages of 0-5 years and has in total 20 staff. The centre management is very down to earth and offers exceptional training and professional development to their staff.

The centre is in operation Monday to Friday, from 7:30am - 6pm.

The Position

We are seeking a passionate and experienced Diploma Trained Educator to be the Room Leader within the Junior Preschool Room.

This is a full-time role working 5 days per week.

You will be responsible for managing and supporting the staff, mentoring, planning, programming, supervising the children, monitoring the documentation process, and being a key point of contact for the parents.

Above award salary 20 days holiday Paid training and development High staff to children ratios Working with a supportive management team
Essential Criteria:
Hold a COMPLETED Diploma of Early Childhood Education & Care. (Overseas qualifications are welcome if assessed by ACECQA) MINIMUM of 2 years of previous experience in an Early Childhood Education & Care centre is essential. Hold a current First Aid, CPR, Asthma and Anaphylaxis Certificate. Hold a current PAID NSW Working With Children's Check. Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills. Previous Leadership experience is essential. Strong working knowledge of the Early Years Learning framework and it's practical implementation. Be a vibrant, energetic, dynamic and enthusiastic inclusion to the team. Sponsorship is NOT available for this role.
Should you wish to find out more about these fantastic position please hit apply and send through a resume along with a cover letter. Otherwise please feel free to call 
Sunshine Recruitment on *****25 + click to reveal.
New role in new Catholic organisation focusing on Out-of-Home-Care Help us support children in their ongoing relationships
Multiple Casual roles - Working across Bankstown and Blacktown
About Family Spirit
CatholicCare Sydney and Marist180 have recently formed a partnership with relation to foster care and related family services. They intend to establish a new not-for-profit agency which will be operational in July 2018. The new agency, Family Spirit, will be grounded in the Catholic traditions and values of both agencies and have sole focus of improving the lives of children, young people, and families connected to the care system. This is an exciting time to be part of something new and focused on the wellbeing of vulnerable children and families
We hope you are interested in joining us on this journey!
The position
Supervised contact provides children and young people in out of home care with opportunities to maintain and develop relationships with their family in a safe and supportive environment, under the observation of trained staff. As our Contact Worker, working between our Bankstown and Blacktown locations, you will work directly with children and young people in foster care, supervising contact with birth family members.
The Contact Worker position is classified at the SCHCDS 3 level.
Successful applicants will ideally have the following selection criteria:
Relevant tertiary qualifications such as Social Work, Psychology or Family Therapy Demonstrated experience in providing supervised contact services to families and children and in working directly with families impacted by risks of harm to children Demonstrated knowledge of child development and child protection issues  Excellent communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills Demonstrated capacity and skills to work effectively with culturally diverse families Willingness and capacity to undertake weekend shifts for training and other activities Sound computer literacy skills Strong commitment to, and passion for the mission of a Catholic agency and willingness to work in alignment to the principles of Catholic Social Teachings and other Church teachings Current Working with Children Check clearance Current and valid driver's licence and access to a well-maintained vehicle which will be used for work purposes (allowance paid)
Further information
Contact Carole Ann Lane on *****46 + click to reveal.
How to apply
After reviewing the above selection criteria please email ***** + click to reveal the following:
a letter detailing your responses to the above listed selection criteria (we recommend that you provide examples that demonstrate the range, scale and complexity of your work experience in this specialist field) and a brief resume.  
The selection process
Family Spirit may use a range of tools and techniques to assess the suitability and relative merit of applicants including, but not limited to the following:
interview assessment activities referee reports.
Applicants who do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.
Applications close
4.00 pm Friday 1 June 2018.
Family Spirit requires the preferred applicant to undertake a National Criminal History Record Check prior to employment and will also require a Working with Children Check.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is one of the world's largest Christian social welfare organisations. Currently we have more than 8,500 active officers and staff delivering in excess of 1000 specifically designed social programs across Australia. The Salvation Army helps more than 1 million Australians every year – that's one person every 30 seconds!
About Us
The Salvation Army SalvoCare Eastern provides a range of Youth, Out of Home Care, Housing & Homeless, AOD and Chaplaincy services for statutory and non-statutory clients with complex needs throughout Eastern Metro, Peninsula and Gippsland areas. 
The Specialist Youth Services, SalvoCare Eastern - Gippsland operates within State Social Command of The Salvation Army.  This position will work to deliver supports under the Leaving Care Initiative, with further support of delivery of the FRI and Creating Connections.
The Leaving Care - Post Care support is a service for young people aged 16 – 18 who are, or were, subject to a Custody or Guardianship to the Secretary Order on or after their 16th birthday and have transitioned from state care.
The Creating Connections program provides a consistent and coordinated approach to supporting young people age 15-25, who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
Position Details/Information
We are seeking an experienced Case Manager to provide a flexible and holistic case management support under the Leaving Care Initiative, to assist young people leaving care who are at risk of homelessness, to establish themselves independently, and avoid homelessness and the need to enter the homelessness system.
This position will also support the Specialist Youth Services Team in the delivery of homelessness supports to young people aged 14 – 25 years old under the Family Reconciliation Initiative (FRI) and Creating Connections programs
The Case Manager role will provide outreach services to Bass Coast and South Gippsland
Hours and Award/Salary Level
This is a part time position, 7.6 hours per week ongoing. Salary and conditions of employment are in accordance with Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010, Social stream, Level 5.
What you can bring
Tertiary qualification in social work, youth work, or related welfare studies, a degree qualification is preferred Relevant experience in a social service environment Formal training in Mediation desirable Identifies and implements case management processes appropriate to the needs of the client Knowledge of the theory and effects of structural disadvantage, of lifestyle pressures faced by disadvantaged people in the community, and of family dynamics, special needs and problems facing low-income earners Understands and applies youth sector models, approaches, theories and practice when working with clients A non-judgemental attitude Sets a clear path/goals and manages time to achieve key outcomes A willingness to undergo a Crimcheck is essential A current Employee Working With Children Check is essential A current Victorian Drivers Licence is essential Be able to provide proof of Eligibility to Work in Australia
What we can offer you?
Generous salary packaging options (full and part time positions only) Employee Assistance Program for you and your immediate family members Corporate Private Health Insurance rates Supportive and encouraging organisation
How to apply
For a copy of the Position Description please visit
Applications will include a cover letter responding to the job competencies and a current CV and submit to ***** + click to reveal, quoting the applicable reference number SCE030.
Closing date
4th June 2018
Summary of program and its objectives:
Are you a passionate, engaging trainer with the ability to deliver training to a diverse range of participants?  The Brotherhood of St Laurence (BSL) Training Services department offers a variety of services and initiatives to assist people transition into sustainable and meaningful employment and to strengthen families, individuals and communities.
Main responsibilities of the role:  
BSL Trainers have the opportunity to participate in professional development activities and assist in the development, moderation and validation of training resources.
We have a number of positions that we are currently recruiting available to start immediately.  Applicants must have recent, relevant industry experience and possess a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) including TAELLN411 as well as a Working with Children’s Check (or willing to undertake).
To meet the selection criteria, candidates will require:
EAL Trainers
We will be running a number of EAL programs over different sites in the CBD, North and West Melbourne.  We are looking for an enthusiastic trainer with the ability to deliver training in a flexible and engaging environment.
The successful applicant will have;
•           Must hold a Post Graduate qualification in TESOL method or equivalent
•           Minimum of 3 years’ experience in teaching EAL programs
•           Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
•           Experience in working within diverse cultures
•           Ability to work independently, set targets and organise time effectively
•           Knowledge of a variety of training and assessment tools
•           An understanding of compliance with AQTF/VRQA registration and administration requirements for training and assessment
Aged Care Trainers
Are you an experienced trainer/assessor within the Aged Care sector?  We are looking for a sessional trainer to deliver Certificate III in Individual Support and have current relevant industry experience.
The successful applicant will have;
•           Minimum Certificate III in Aged Care/Individual Support
•           Previous experience in classroom and on the job training
•           Minimum of 5 years Aged Care industry experience
•           A comprehensive knowledge of the VET sector
•           Knowledge of a variety of training and assessment tools
•           An understanding of compliance with AQTF/VRQA registration and administration requirements for training and assessment
•           Understanding of current community services training package
•           A nursing degree is preferred but not essential.
The ideal applicant should have experience working with a range of cultures, be grounded, flexible and have attention to detail.
This is a casual position and hours will be on an as required basis.
Salary will be $41.75 per hour for casuals plus 25% casual loading, based on skills and experience plus superannuation. Attractive salary packaging provisions are available to increase take home pay.
A copy of the position description and screening questionnaire can be downloaded at . For further information about the role phone Mark Boer on *****10 + click to reveal
To apply:
Applicants are required to submit a resume and complete the screening questionnaire. Applicants who do not complete the screening questionnaire will not be considered for shortlisting.
Email written applications to: ***** + click to reveal
Applications close: Friday 1st June, 5pm
The Brotherhood of St Laurence has a vision of an Australia free of Poverty. We embrace, and value, diversity of culture, working arrangements, sexual orientation and gender identity to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we work within. We promote a workplace that actively seeks to include and welcome unique contributions of all people. We embrace and celebrate the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, their skills and contribution to our organisation.  Applicants should be aware that as required, we conduct police and working with children checks as we acknowledge the importance of Child Safety.
Paralowie Campus
Organisational Information
Temple Christian College is a Christ-centred Year 7-12 Christian College with approximately 920 students over two campuses and is part of Adelaide Christian Schools.
We are a school that values community and we are passionate about Christian education with a commitment to provide a positive and rewarding environment for all of our staff and students.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a vibrant and committed Christian community and contribute to the life of the school.
Commencing Monday 3rd September to end 2018 School Year Contract Replacement Position 25 Lessons PW / 0.74 FTE (in whole or part) Year 7 Computing / Year 8 Design & Technology (CAD & Electronics) / Year 8 & 9 Science / Year 8 Audio Visual Studies / Year 10 Christian Living Salary Commensurate with Qualifications & Experience
Key Responsibilities 
As a Teacher you will:
Plan, prepare & deliver effective learning & teaching programs for every student in allocated classes & groups Contribute to the establishment & maintenance of a supportive school environment
Person Requirements
It is expected that applicants will:
Be committed to Christ and able to demonstrate active church involvement Have a clear understanding of Christian education principals Demonstrate excellence in all aspects of teaching Hold a current Teachers Registration in South Australia Have exceptional communication skills both written & verbal
Job and Person Description can be viewed on our website at
Application Process
Completed applications including a cover letter and resume with contact details of two professional and one pastoral / church referee should be sent to:
The Principal - Mr Marcel Rijken
2 Henley Beach Road,  Mile End  SA  5031
or can be emailed to: ***** + click to reveal
Applications Close: Friday 12th June, 2018
All applicants should refer to the Collection of Information from Job Applicants Notice which is available on our website at under the employment tab.