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The Australian Institute of Commerce and Technology is a reputable registered training organisation based in the CBD of Perth, providing quality education within the VET sector. Our goal is to change people's lives through education and training.
In line with our ongoing growth and continuous improvement, AICT is looking for an energetic and passionate English trainer who is seeking to make a difference for international students learning to improve their English in Australia. 
To meet the criteria of this role you must have the following qualifications to be considered:
a recognised Bachelor Degree and a recognised postgraduate TESOL qualification which includes a practicum, OR a Bachelor of Education with a TESOL major or equivalent which includes a practicum AND  a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40110 or TAE40116
Desirable attributes include the following:
Excellent communication, organisation and writing skills A team player with a desire to achieve and deliver A passion for people, education and teaching
Interviews will commence immediately and should you be the successful candidate, we would like you to join our team immediately. Full time, part time and casual position available for day shift and after hour shift (6pm-10pm Monday to Thursday). Remuneration is based on Post Secondary Award used for university, VET colleges and English colleges. 
To apply, please send your resume (with transcript) and address the selection criteria to *****@aict.wa.edu.au.  + click to reveal
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About The Role:
Randstad Education is partnering with dynamic and expanding schools in Melbourne's Western Suburbs. Due to the increase in need of secondary school teachers, we are looking for secondary teachers of all levels! All teachers will form an integral member of the teaching staff which promotes a collaborative approach to your teaching and a continued contribution to the school practices.
Key Responsibilities:
* Maintaining a safe and inclusive classroom
* Supporting students with daily learning goals
* Maintaining classroom behaviour

What's On Offer:
* Attractive Salary PLUS Super
* Supportive Team Environment
* On Site Parking
* AND MORE!
How To Apply:
Click the "Apply Now" button and submit an updated CV or call Karla Wall, Education Recruitment Consultant, on *****06 + click to reveal for a confidential conversation!
**GRADS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY**
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Hays Early Childhood Education is seeking experienced and reliable Kindergarten Teachers for jobs in the Wyndham area of Melbourne. We work closely with numerous private and council run kindergartens and childcare centres in this area, providing them with quality casual relief workers. We are constantly on the look-out for remarkable educators to join us.
You will receive: Consultation with a specialist in Early Childhood Education recruitment, excellent rates of pay, flexibility of work hours - you tell us your availability, and opportunities to gain ongoing casual or permanent work
Requirements: Relevant children’s services qualification (Bachelor, Masters, or Graduate Diploma), a valid Working With Children’s Check, a current First Aid accreditation - including CPR & Anaphylaxis, minimum 6 months industry experience, at least 2 references from a director or 2IC, and must have work entitlement rights in Australia
As a casual relief worker, we expect you to be reliable and confident in your abilities. You will be required to work with little guidance, and quickly build rapport with children, staff and parents. In this role you will have the opportunity to be placed at a number of various services in your area, with the potential for longer term employment. Flexibility to perform Diploma and Assistant shifts will see you offered additional opportunities for work.
At Hays we believe the right job can transform a person's life and the right person can transform a business. Now is the time to join Hays, the recruiting experts in Education.
If you are interested in this opportunity, press “Apply” now to submit your CV to Sarah Sherriff
Production team leader role, $65 - $75k + super, Western Sydney, Mon – Fri 7:30 - 16:00.
Production Supervisor role, $65 - $75k + super, Western Sydney, Mon – Fri 7:30 - 16:00.
Contractual opportunity for a Project Support Officer with an interest in cyber security and ICT
Opportunity for a Development Compliance Officer to take on a Southern Sydney based contract role.
Accounts Revenue Officer Contract 3-6 Months.
Exciting opportunity to join an iconic Australian organisation, extensive experience not essential
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provide a range of diverse courses to students across Victoria. Their Health and Community Care department are seeking a Health Care Educator who is specialised in Sterilisation.
Your new role
As the Health Care Educator, you will be responsible for teaching and assessing students, as well as arranging placements, assessing placements and contributing to teaching resources. You will be based on site and working within a diverse team of educators.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to be successful in this role you will hold a Cert IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) as well as:
Vocational qualifications at AQF level equivalent to the highest level of qualifications taught within the discipline Demonstrated expertise both in teaching and in the sector Strong written and communication skills
What you'll get in return
In return, you will be working with a growing organisation with the flexibility to work 3 to 4 days a week. You will be part of a diverse team and have the ability to contribute to resources & continue working in your chosen industry.
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, send your resume to *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal or call Chloe Shale now on *****77. + click to reveal
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.
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ABOUT CHISHOLM
Chisholm aims to inspire success and transform people’s lives by providing quality education and training, underpinned by our values of Opportunity, Integrity, Collaboration, and Achievement.
We offer rewarding and diverse programs for Australian and overseas students as well as workforce development for Australia’s corporate, government, and commercial organisations. We operate seven campuses in Victoria, deliver online learning, and have over 1000 passionate and dedicated team members from diverse backgrounds, all of which makes us a highly flexible and student-focussed institute.
Not only have we taught and inspired thousands of people, we’ve helped individuals, organisations and communities experience success, and made a significant contribution to Victoria’s economy.
If you’re a committed, progressive and motivated individual who can really make a difference in the lives of our employees, students, industry partners, and communities, we encourage you to apply for a position at Chisholm. In return, you’ll experience the satisfaction of helping individuals and organisations to realise their potential – and you’ll be contributing to our goal to inspire success and transform people’s lives.
We’re looking for exceptionally high performers of integrity, who can work collaboratively towards the achievement of our 2020 Vision of being ‘an Institute, Workplace and Partner of Choice’. This is an exciting time of change for us. Come on the journey with us...and be part of our success.
                              
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Chisholm Foundation College has opportunities for suitably qualified teachers to teach English language offshore in China to support Chisholm’s International Programs in 2017.
The positions will be offered for 8 weeks from late October to December 2017.
You will teach ELICOS students in China for:
Reading Writing Listening Speaking
ABOUT YOU
As the successful candidate you will have:
TAE40110 (Certificate IV Training and Assessment) TESOL qualifications which meet ELICOS National Standards Evidence of ongoing professional development Current and valid employee Working With Children Check Current and valid passport High level interpersonal, intercultural and communication skills High level organisational skills Proven flexibility Experience teaching and assessing English at Pre-Intermediate to Upper Intermediate levels Demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy in record keeping
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
 
OUR COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY
At Chisholm, we embrace differences in gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural background, disability, religion and sexual orientation. We know that diversity and inclusion helps us to attract, recruit, engage and retain a team of talented people. If you require specific support to apply for this position, please advise the recruiting manager whose contact details are listed in the advertisement. We will work with you to identify the best way to assist you. 
HOW TO APPLY
Applications for this position close 9am Monday 2 October 2017.
Applications should include:
a covering letter curriculum vitae contact details of three (3) referees
Appointment to this position is subject to satisfactory completion of Safety Screening requirements including but not limited to:
valid Employee Working With Children Check National Police Check International Police Check (if applicable) verification of unrestricted work rights in Australia, e.g. citizenship, passport or birth certificate certified copies of qualifications
If you have any questions regarding the position or require further information please contact Charles Hall, Transnational English Programs Coordinator, Foundation College *****97 + click to reveal or email:  *****@chisholm.edu.au + click to reveal Chisholm Institute reserves the right to withdraw an advertised position at any time.
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An outstanding leadership opportunity
Full time position commencing in 2018 Lead the team and make a difference
St John's Grammar School is a leading ELC – Year 12 Independent Anglican School located in Belair, South Australia, with an exceptional reputation for providing high quality education and development opportunities for its students and staff.
This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding educator and leader to join the School, taking the English curriculum, teaching and learning at the Secondary Campus into the future.
Applications close 1.00pm Thursday 5 October.
For more information, including a copy of the Position Description and how to apply, please visit the School's website at: www.stjohns.sa.edu.au/employment or contact Tina Dahms, HR Director at *****@stjohns.sa.edu.au + click to reveal or on *****33. + click to reveal
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Yr 7 / HASS Teacher
A full-time ongoing position commencing January 2018
Mazenod is seeking applications from suitable qualified Year 7 / HASS teachers to join the Year 7 Team and the HASS department at the College. The position will involve teaching HASS as well as another subject in Year 7 as well as HASS in the middle school.
The successful applicant will be able to effectively collaborate with other teachers to develop exciting and innovative learning experiences for students. They will be able to demonstrate an understanding of how to integrate technology to enhance student learning, and will actively participate in the College's extra-curricula program.
VET Qualifications and the ability to implement a HASS Certificate II would be an advantage, but now a requirement.
All staff are expected to be supportive of the Oblate values and ethos of the College as well its extracurricular activities.
Teachers who join Mazenod can expect opportunities to grow in their teaching through a whole-school programme of co-coaching. They will be joining a community in which families and teachers work together for the academic, social and spiritual growth of young men. Standards and expectations of classroom behaviour are very high and teachers are well-supported to maintain their standards.
Mazenod College is a Catholic Secondary Boys Day / Boarding School conducted by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate with an enrolment of 860 boys.
If you would like more information about this opportunity, please contact Peter Douthie, Deputy Principal (Curriculum) or  Richard Kostecki, Head of Department via the College office  Ph: *****00 + click to reveal or email: *****@mazenod.wa.edu.au + click to reveal
Visit our website: http://web.mazenod.wa.edu.au
Applications close Wednesday 12th  October, 2017.
 
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If you're looking to take the next step in your career by leading a small team as part of a national network of schools, then you're invited to consider this exciting opportunity.
Australian Christian College (ACC) is a national brand with nine campuses in five states. The ACC school network is currently experiencing sustained growth in student numbers.
Our Hobart campus is a K-10, co-ed, Christian school that is blessed with spacious classrooms and a great location. While the school community is very small, the learning culture is strong and the potential to grow the school great.
The Teaching Principal is responsible for leading the school and developing a positive culture that results in quality teaching and learning.
The successful candidate will:
Be committed to the Christian faith in lifestyle and modelling.
Have suitable teaching qualifications.
Possess a capacity to lead a growing school with a hands-on approach.
Be highly motivated and able to build the school enrolment.
Be confident in the use of technology.

This role would suit an experienced teacher with leadership aspirations as well as those in school leadership positions who are seeking a greater opportunity.
The position commences in 2018.
Please email a cover letter and resume to:
Jeremy Kwok
Australian Christian College
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Job Summary
The Head of History & Geography is responsible to the Director of Learning, works closely with other Curriculum Leaders and Heads of Faculty, manages and leads the learning and teaching of students and supports staff in their area.
About Westminster
Westminster is a leading coeducational, Early Learning to Year 12, day and boarding Uniting Church School. We aspire to be the best school for an exceptional all round education, developing individuals of great character who enhance and inspire the world. To make this happen, we share a real sense of purpose, service and a commitment to learning and improving. Our outlook is global and we build authentic relationships to foster a strong community. We want Westminster to have a world class reputation, providing every opportunity for our students to succeed.
About the Head of History & Geography
The position of Head of Faculty is key in the leadership of the academic program of Westminster School.  Heads of Faculty report directly to the Director of Learning and are responsible for all aspects of learning, teaching, assessment, monitoring and curriculum in their respective subject areas. They act as role models and mentors to the members of their Faculty team, as well as performing line management responsibilities.
Key Responsibilities include:
School leadership: Contribute to effective overall School leadership and management as a member of the broader leadership team What students learn: Ensure appropriate curriculum and course development across the Learning Area How students learn: Lead Learning Area staff to develop and employ highly effective pedagogical practices How well students learn: Lead the Learning Area to assess, evaluate and improve student learning outcomes. Lead and manage Learning Area staff: Create a work environment that facilitates high levels of engagement, discretionary effort, teamwork and development, and perform delegated line management responsibilities. General Learning Area leadership and administration: Manage operational and other leadership requirements of the Faculty. Other leadership responsibilities specific to the Learning Area
Skills and Experience required:
Key Selection Criteria: Qualifications, Skills and Experience
Relevant tertiary qualifications and an experienced Teacher in History and Geography Exemplary classroom practitioner with a proven record of student outcomes A leader in exceptional pedagogy and curriculum who will reinvigorate the curriculum Previous experience in leading projects and change management Proven experience in leading and managing people High level understanding of SACE and SACE modernisation High level of ICT skills, knowledge and incorporation into classroom practice Involvement at SACE level (moderation and marking) is desirable Regular and up to date professional knowledge and learning Accreditation as a Highly Accomplished or Lead Teacher (or working towards) will be viewed favourably.
Key Selection Criteria: Personal Qualities
Builds positive, authentic relationships with managers, peers, staff, parents and students Innovator and initiator, who inspires others to learn and grow High level communication and interpersonal skills Enthusiastic, resilient and optimistic educator Committed to lifelong learning
A team builder inspires others to learn and grow A team player demonstrating a 'whole School' and 'whole child' perspective
A position description is available on our website under the Employment tab www.westminster.school  
For further information about this role please contact Andrea Sherwood on *****05 + click to reveal or via email at *****@westminster.sa.edu.au + click to reveal
To apply, please submit your Resume and a cover letter in pdf or word format addressing the key selection criteria and address to Ms Andrea Sherwood, Director of Learning as soon as possible.
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Queens College Australia, Melbourne Campus is located in Collins Street, Melbourne. It is a Registered Training Organization (RTO). We provide affordable English courses and VET (Vocational Education and Training) courses which are designed to provide training for career success in a professional learning environment that is both challenging and motivating with the goal of employment and/or further study.
We are now hiring sessional English teachers across our range of Programs.
Duties:
Preparing training plan Assessing students Advising students Maintaining accurate and reliable attendance and assessment records for all students Adjust the course plan according to student feedback
Selection Criteria:
- At least Bachelor degree in related disciplines
- Current Certificate IV TAE
- TESOL or related qualification
- Flexible and passionate about teaching
- Work experience as an English Teacher
- Work experience in teaching international students is highly appreciated.
Applications and Interviews:
Please submit your CV with clearly indicating your qualifications, English Teaching experience and employment history.
Interviews will be scheduled shortly after the assessment of all CVs received. Only successful candidate will be contacted.
To apply, please email your response to the selection criteria and CV to *****@queens.vic.edu.au + click to reveal
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Job No. 565033
Faculty / Portfolio:
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
MNHS Faculty Office /
MNHS Monash Centre for Scholarship in Health Education (MCSHE)
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $92,074 - $109,339 pa Level B
(plus 17% employer superannuation)
Realise great ambition Experience the freedom to transform Come work with world-class
If you're after a rewarding career, Monash University can help make it happen. With leading academics and world-class resources, combined with a ranking in the top 100 universities worldwide, we offer all you need to build a brighter future.
The Opportunity
Make a key contribution to faculty-wide health professions educational scholarship through undertaking high-quality educational research at the new Monash Centre for Scholarship in Health Education (see: https://www.monash.edu/medicine/mcshe).
In this position, you will play a key role in conducting high quality educational research, co-supervising higher degree research students and attracting internal and external educational research grants. You will also be involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of research-informed short courses and faculty development to build educational research capacity.
This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"
Enquiries
Professor Charlotte Rees-Sidhu, Director MCSHE / Director of Curriculum (Medicine), *****95 + click to reveal
Associate Professor Claire Palermo, Deputy Director MCSHE *****63 + click to reveal
Position Description
PD - Lecturer (Educational Research)
Closing Date
Thursday 19 October 2017, 11.55pm AEST
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Job Summary
The Head of Business & Entrepreneurship is responsible to the Director of Learning, works closely with other Curriculum Leaders and Heads of Faculty, manages and leads the learning and teaching of students and supports staff in their area.
About Westminster
Westminster is a leading coeducational, Early Learning to Year 12, day and boarding Uniting Church School. We aspire to be the best school for an exceptional all round education, developing individuals of great character who enhance and inspire the world. To make this happen, we share a real sense of purpose, service and a commitment to learning and improving. Our outlook is global and we build authentic relationships to foster a strong community. We want Westminster to have a world class reputation, providing every opportunity for our students to succeed.
About the Head of Business & Entrepreneurship
The position of Head of Faculty is key in the leadership of the academic program of Westminster School.  Heads of Faculty report directly to the Director of Learning and are responsible for all aspects of learning, teaching, assessment, monitoring and curriculum in their respective subject areas. They act as role models and mentors to the members of their Faculty team, as well as performing line management responsibilities.
Key Responsibilities include:
School leadership: Contribute to effective overall School leadership and management as a member of the broader leadership team What students learn: Ensure appropriate curriculum and course development across the Learning Area How students learn: Lead Learning Area staff to develop and employ highly effective pedagogical practices How well students learn: Lead the Learning Area to assess, evaluate and improve student learning outcomes. Lead and manage Learning Area staff: Create a work environment that facilitates high levels of engagement, discretionary effort, teamwork and development, and perform delegated line management responsibilities. General Learning Area leadership and administration: Manage operational and other leadership requirements of the Faculty. Other leadership responsibilities specific to the Learning Area
Skills and Experience required:
Key Selection Criteria: Qualifications, Skills and Experience
Relevant tertiary qualifications and an experienced Teacher in Business and Entrepreneurship Exemplary classroom practitioner with a proven record of student outcomes A leader in exceptional pedagogy and curriculum who will reinvigorate the curriculum Previous experience in leading projects and change management Proven experience in leading and managing people High level understanding of SACE and SACE modernisation High level of ICT skills, knowledge and incorporation into classroom practice Involvement at SACE level (moderation and marking) is desirable Regular and up to date professional knowledge and learning Accreditation as a Highly Accomplished or Lead Teacher (or working towards) will be viewed favourably.
Key Selection Criteria: Personal Qualities
Builds positive, authentic relationships with managers, peers, staff, parents and students Innovator and initiator, who inspires others to learn and grow High level communication and interpersonal skills Enthusiastic, resilient and optimistic educator Committed to lifelong learning
A team builder inspires others to learn and grow A team player demonstrating a 'whole School' and 'whole child' perspective
A position description is available on our website under the Employment tab www.westminster.school  
For further information about this role please contact Andrea Sherwood on *****05 + click to reveal or via email at *****@westminster.sa.edu.au + click to reveal
To apply, please submit your Resume and a cover letter in pdf or word format addressing the key selection criteria and address to Ms Andrea Sherwood, Director of Learning as soon as possible.
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Fantastic opportunity to work with a diverse range of people and cultures in a collaborative setting Full time, 1 year fixed term
About REDR AUSTRALIA
RedR Australia's mission is to build resilience and provide humanitarian relief – before during and after crises and conflict. RedR Australia recruits, trains and deploys experts worldwide. We are the only Standby Partner in the southern hemisphere and are internationally recognised as a provider of quality humanitarian training courses and packages.
We specialise in:
Essentials of Humanitarian Practice Personal Safety, Security, and Communications Humanitarian Logistics in Emergencies Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Emergencies Negotiation for Humanitarian Responders Child protection in Emergencies Designing and facilitating customised training and simulation
We are looking for someone passionate about capacity development and have a strong background or extensive experience in curriculum design. In addition, a technical discipline of global health, safety and security within the humanitarian or development sector is highly desirable.
As a Senior Humanitarian Trainer, you will coordinate and undertake a breadth of activities including curriculum development, delivery and student and trainer assessments. Reporting to the Director of Capability, you will work closely with the Training team along with Associate Trainers to deliver a learning experience giving participants the practical skills and knowledge to respond quickly and appropriately in humanitarian emergencies.
Requirements for the role
Experience leading and facilitating adult learning Qualifications in teaching or training would be advantageous Proven ability in strong stakeholder and client management across a range of sectors including government, NGO and corporate sector. An ability to undertake local and international travel It is desirable you also have at least 12 months work experience in the technical discipline of global health, safety and security within the humanitarian or development sector.
Application Process
To apply, please send a copy of your cover letter outlining your suitability to the role, and resume to *****@redr.org.au. + click to reveal Applicants must hold a right to work in Australia or appropriate visa. For a confidential discussion please contact Emma Kettle, Director of Capability, on *****03. + click to reveal For a copy of the position description or to learn more about RedR Australia, please visit https://www.redr.org.au/get-involved/careers/
Early applications are encouraged and suitable candidates may be shortlisted for interview as applications are received.
Any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory Police Check and adherence to the RedR Australia's Child Protection Policy & Code of Conduct.
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About Trinity Grammar School, Kew
One of Australia's leading independent schools for boys, Trinity Grammar School, Kew is renowned for its innovation in pedagogy, exceptional teaching and facilities. We offer a broad cocurricular program and are committed to the highest levels of student wellbeing so that each boy develops to his full potential.
 
All boys from Years 5 to 12 have their own notebook computers, therefore the ability to incorporate the use of technology into curriculum delivery is essential.
 
The Position
We invite applications from passionate and dedicated teachers of French to join our outstanding LOTE Department in a full-time role as a French teacher from 2018. Applicants should be innovative and have an ability to inspire our students in their study of French language, culture and literature. Highly able new graduates will be considered.
 
The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the School's extensive cocurricular and sporting program, and to demonstrate a commitment to the service of others. An empathy with the values and ethos of an independent Anglican school is highly desirable.
We invite you to visit our website on www.trinity.vic.edu.au to obtain a detailed Job Description and further information about Trinity Grammar School.
How to Apply
A covering letter with a full CV, including the names and addresses of three referees and evidence of teacher registration, should be directed to Dr Michael Davies, Headmaster by Friday 20 October 2017.
 
Applications Close: Friday 20 October 2017, 4.00pm
Email to: *****@trinity.vic.edu.au + click to reveal
 
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About Trinity Grammar School, Kew
One of Australia's leading independent schools for boys, Trinity Grammar School, Kew is renowned for its innovation in pedagogy, exceptional teaching and facilities. We offer a broad cocurricular program and are committed to the highest levels of student wellbeing so that each boy develops to his full potential.
 
All boys from Years 5 to 12 have their own notebook computers, therefore the ability to incorporate the use of technology into curriculum delivery is essential.
 
The Position
We invite applications from passionate and dedicated teachers of Chinese to join our outstanding LOTE Department in a full-time role as a Chinese teacher from 2018. Applicants should be innovative and have an ability to inspire our students in their study of Chinese language, culture and literature. Highly able new graduates will be considered.
 
The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the School's extensive cocurricular and sporting program, and to demonstrate a commitment to the service of others. An empathy with the values and ethos of an independent Anglican school is highly desirable.
We invite you to visit our website on www.trinity.vic.edu.au to obtain a detailed Job Description and further information about Trinity Grammar School.
How to Apply
A covering letter with a full CV, including the names and addresses of three referees and evidence of teacher registration, should be directed to Dr Michael Davies, Headmaster by Friday 20 October 2017.
 
Applications Close: Friday 20 October 2017, 4.00pm
Email to: *****@trinity.vic.edu.au + click to reveal
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Located on Sydney's Northern Beaches, this independent school caters for students across Kindergarten to Year 12. Pittwater House has a reputation for producing well rounded students through academic rigour and a strong pastoral focus. Pittwater House provides single sex classes on a co-educational campus.
 
We are seeking a temporary part time Stage 5 Commerce Teacher. The successful candidate will be a dynamic learner focused teacher, with experience, passion and subject mastery in the teaching of HSIE. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate effective lesson planning and programing skills.
 
The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of teaching and learning, including ICT and innovative learning techniques, as well as a strong understanding of NESA curriculum and assessment requirements. All staff contribute to the pastoral care and co-curricular programs of the School.
 
A full job description can be found at http://www.pittwaterhouse.com.au/our-school/employment/.  Applications are to be emailed to James Walmsley, Deputy Principal, *****@tphs.nsw.edu.au + click to reveal.
 
Applications close: Monday 16th October 2017.
 
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MPA Skills is currently searching for qualified and experienced Plumbing Trainer to deliver training on a casual basis possibly 1 – 2 days per week based in Bunbury with a potential start in February 2018. If you are interested in broadening your career with an award winning RTO, consider joining our outstanding training crew.
MPA Skills is a Group Training Organisation and a Registered Training Organisation employing approximately 220 Plumbing and Painting apprentices and providing training to over 1200 students. Additionally, we deliver multiple pre-apprenticeship programs and provide training to a large percentage of metropolitan and regional apprentices. We have three (3) campus locations across the Perth metropolitan area - Maylands, Bayswater and Jandakot.
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:
WA Trade Plumbing License Minimum 5 years WA Plumbing and Gasfitting experience Certificate IV TAE Training and Assessment or skill set towards Cert IV TAE Current driver's license
DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS:
Working with Children Check Card Construction Industry White Card
PERSONAL QUALITIES:
Strong communication and presentation skills Well organised with the ability to follow processes and work within systems Enthusiastic team member Ability to relate well to apprentices Fit and reliable A courteous, cheerful personality Reasonable computer skills Willingness to up skill Must be able to autonomously
REMUNERATION:
A generous hourly rate will be dependent upon experience and negotiated at final interview. Note: Employment is subject to a positive Working with Children Check.
How to apply:
To be considered your application must include the following documents:
Up to date resume with current and relevant skills and work history Cover Letter Copies of certificates, licenses and relevant tickets Two referees (supply contact details) Enquiries:
Mr Mark Ansbro *****@mpaskills.com.au + click to reveal
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Scientific Management Associates (SMA) is Australia's leading independent supplier of Integrated Logistic Support to Defence and Industry. The Registered Training Organisation element of SMA's operation provides high quality trade education and includes training for Defence tradespersons in the Albury Wodonga area.
We are currently seeking the following:
Plumbing Trade Instructors Curriculum Coordinator - Plumbing
Plumbing Trade Instructors:  Successful candidates will have demonstrable evidence of comprehensive knowledge and skills in the plumbing trade with at least 5 years' experience as a qualified tradesperson. They will have fundamental employability skills including a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Outlook. While not critical for initial engagement, Certificate IV in Training & Assessment – TAE 40110/16 is a significant advantage.
Curriculum Coordinator - Plumbing:  The successful candidate will have demonstrable evidence of comprehensive knowledge and experience in the plumbing trade and experience within the VET sector. An understanding of Training Packages and the Competencies delivered within the plumbing trade together with Cert IV in Training & Assessment – TAE 40110/16 is a requirement. A diploma of teaching is a significant advantage and a good working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of programs is a necessity.
The roles advertised offer both full time and part time employment.
As a civilian instructor operating within a military environment, respect for Australian Defence Force (ADF) ethos and practice is a requirement. Appointment to any of these positions is contingent upon obtaining a Defence Security Clearance.
Applications close on Thursday 12 October 2017 and are to be sent to: *****@sma.com.au + click to reveal
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We are currently seeking an experienced Maths and Computing Teacher for an ongoing position at a reputable Christian Independent School located in South West Sydney.
The School
This K-12 co-educational, Christian School has a reputation for strong academic outcomes and values holistic education to develop the whole person; intellectually, socially, physically, emotionally and spiritually. The School is located in South West Sydney.
The Role
Ongoing role Term 1, 2018 start Teaching Maths years 7-12, Information Software Technology and Software Design and Development
The Successful Candidate will:
Be registered NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Hold a current working with children check Be an innovative and engaging classroom practitioner Have an ability to teach NSW syllabuses for the Australian Curriculum Mathematics Year 7 to Year 12 Have experience in teaching Extension Mathematics desirable but not essential Have experience in teaching Computer Studies Be active in their Christian faith and supportive of the Christian values of the school
Frontline Education
We are specialists in education recruitment and work with a variety of Independent, Catholic and Public Schools across Sydney. We source quality teachers for casual relief, temporary contracts and permanent positions and pride ourselves on our personal and efficient services.
We have a fantastic relationship with our candidates and really work with them to get them the work that suits them and their career pathway best. At Frontline Education we have a friendly, specialist team who have a fantastic reputation for customer care.
Please note that your details will not be sent to any school or any of your referees contacted without your permission.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Victoria Hounslow on*****00 + click to reveal or email your CV and cover letter to *****@frontlineeducation.com.au. + click to reveal
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Victoria Hounslow on *****00, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. [137535] or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
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Hunter Trade College is an accredited senior school for delivery of the NSW Higher School Certificate and a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
Located near Maitland in the Hunter Valley, the College offers senior students the opportunity to achieve their HSC whilst commencing their trade training (Certificate III) in one of the following trade areas: Automotive, Carpentry, Electro-technology, Metals and Engineering Mechanical and Metals and Engineering Fabrication.
The College is seeking applications for the following vacancy:
Teacher, Year 11 Computing Applications (preferred) or Mathematics,
2017 Term 4, Temp Part-time (0.6), Monday - Wednesday.   
We are also seeking Expressions of Interest for the following opportunities (parental leave coverage) for 2018 School Year, Term 1-4 inclusive: 
Mathematics Teacher, Stage 6 General Mathematics,
Part-time (0.6) Wednesday - Friday
  English Teacher, Stage 6 English Studies,
Part-time (0.6) Wednesday - Friday
For further information about Hunter Trade College please visit www.htc.nsw.edu.au .
If you have further questions regarding the opportunities available please contact Carol Swanson or Ann Holcombe at the College on *****00. + click to reveal
Interested?
To apply online click 'Apply Now' or send your application to:
Human Resources
Hunter Trade College
60 Junction Street
TELARAH NSW 2320
Fax : *****44 + click to reveal