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Federation University Australia is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion.

As part of this, our employment practices include the provision of reasonable adjustments/flexible working arrangements as required, particularly for staff with disability or carer responsibilities.

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Sessional TAFE Teacher, Nursing

Job no: 849229
Location: Mt Helen OR Wimmera Campuses
School/Area: FedUni TAFE

FedUni TAFE – Mt Helen or Wimmera Campuses

FedUni TAFE is a leading Australian vocational education and training provider committed to innovative high quality teaching and learning designed to meet the challenges of the modern workplace. Students engage in practical applied learning which gives them the skills they need to be job-ready and excel in their careers. Each year FedUni TAFE offers courses from foundation skills and entry level qualifications to higher education degrees.

Our distinctive structure and delivery model supports our commitment to assisting the diverse needs of our students, in regional locations. Our responsive approach allows us to adapt our offering to meet the needs of local industries by delivering training that strengthens local communities and provides real employment opportunities for graduates.
We are looking for casual TAFE Teaching staff to bring their Nursing knowledge into the classroom and teach TAFE programs at our Mt Helen and Wimmera campuses.

You will conduct assessments within nursing related programs, and developing innovative learning activities and assessment strategies to enhance quality teaching.

You will use a wide range of teaching and assessment strategies to suit a diverse range of students. You will prepare, deliver and administer vocational training and education programs in a variety of contexts.

Are you looking to share your industry skills, outstanding knowledge and experience to deliver engaging courses to be part of our student’s journey, helping them to reeach their full potential?

Rates of pay will vary according to the nature of the work undertaken. A valid Working with Children Check (WWCC) will be required as well as a relevant industry qualification and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) (or equivalent).

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Monday, 24 June 2019.

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

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

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

Advertised: AUS Eastern Standard Time
Applications close: AUS Eastern Standard Time

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