Teacher of Metal Fabrication and Welding
TAFE NSW is seeking individuals with current industry experience and knowledge to empower individuals to make positive change in the following discipline areas:
You are a passionate and dedicated individual who excels in challenging situations where you are required to manage a diverse group of individuals with varied and complex needs. You have the ability to adapt your facilitation style to meet your audience needs and deliver in a clear concise manner. You have a commitment to driving positive change and support all individuals with a non-judgemental attitude. As a valued team member you enjoy sharing your experience working with offenders and group facilitation
About the role
Located at the Clarence Correctional Centre Lavadia 12.5 Kilometers southeast of Grafton. The role of the TAFE teacher is to be a professional educator to help, construct, guide and enhance the educative process. Our teachers deliver educational programs and facilitate learning, enabling students to achieve their desired outcomes.
If you are inspired to make a positive difference and would like to be considered for this opportunity, please submit your application addressing the essential criteria.
Closing date: 29 July 2020
For further information contact: Paul Leete 02 6659 3298
This is a position of trust and responsibility and to support this we will conduct a thorough probity assessment as an essential selection component for this role.
NOTE: This is a child-related position. A Working With Children Check is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work. It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of workplace misconduct. More information can be found at Working With Children Check .
If you experience difficulties whilst submitting your application online at JobsNSW please contact the support team on 1800 562 679
The role of the teacher is influenced by industrial, social, economic, technological and political developments that affect
vocational education and training at local, state and national levels.
The role of the TAFE teacher as a professional educator is to help, construct, guide and enhance the educative process.
The teacher delivers educational programs and facilitates learning, enabling students to achieve their desired outcomes.
The role of the teacher involves a broad range of activities which directly and indirectly support learning through the delivery of educational programs. These activities may include:
– Providing appropriate variety and flexibility in educational practice;
– Undertaking assessment and evaluation of learning outcomes;
– Maintaining and developing professional relevance and expertise in educational and technical disciplines;
– Contributing to decision making that affects the learning environment;
– Liaising with local industry, other educational providers and the community to ensure that education and training are
relevant and responsive to needs;
– Complying with appropriate legislative requirements, organisational policies and promoting the principles of occupational
health and safety, ethical practice and equal opportunity in a culturally diverse society;
– Participating cooperatively in the development and implementation of agreed quality improvement processes by reflecting
on experience, their own performance and an evaluation of processes and program outcomes.
Key Application Responses
1. Hold a Certificate III or above in Engineering, Certificate MEM30305 or above in Metal Fabrication and Welding.
2. Five years relevant and current industrial experience after completion of trade qualification.
1.Working within a teaching section at TAFE NSW, you must be able collaborate and communicate with a diverse range of colleagues, students and industry stakeholders. Please describe a recent time when you have performed in this way within a workplace setting, and specify how you managed to engage effectively with a broad range of people.
2.Please describe a time where you have been required to show resilience in order to deliver training effectively within a challenging environment.