Casual Teachers - Horticulture, Production Nursery & Landsca...
As a Casual Teacher, Horticulture, Production Nursery & Landscape Construction, you will provide professional teaching and vocational expertise, across all aspects of delivery, planning and performance to ensure excellent outcomes for learners, the organisations that employ them and the communities they serve.
Focusing on excellence in learner support, teaching delivery and learning assessment, your key accountabilities will be to:
- Plan education practices and delivery sessions that reflect the most effective way to engage learners
- Develop and deliver planned teaching sessions in a variety of innovative and adaptive ways, using technology, including Moodle, to engage learners and meet their needs and learning styles
- Liaise with key stakeholders such as employers, schools and other education providers to explore pathway options for learners as required
- Implement the Institute’s Educational Excellence Framework across all teaching and learning practice
- Maintain professional development by ensuring educational currency and excellence and actively participating in the development of own annual professional development plan in line with Institute practices and policies
You will have relevant tertiary qualification in:
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) or qualifications that meet the ASQA Standards
- Vocational qualifications at a minimum of AQF level 3 such as: -
- Certificate III in Horticulture to Diploma of Horticulture
- Certificate III in Parks and Gardens
- Certificate III in Production Nursery
- Certificate III in Landscape Construction
- Certificate III to Diploma of Conservation Land Management or their equivalents
- Vocational currency as demonstrated through a range of work and related experience
Crucial to your success will be a strong understanding of contemporary approaches education, teaching and learning. A proven track record in design and delivery of up to-date and engaging programs in conjunction with the ability to motivate and guide students to optimise their learning outcomes.
You will have the ability to quickly develop rapport with students and colleagues from a diverse background in a collaborative and innovative environment. As well as have a firm understanding of educational administration tools and practices.
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 9 am Friday 31 January 2020.
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
- verification of unrestricted work rights in Australia, eg citizenship, passport or birth certificate
- certified copies of qualifications including transcripts of results
If you have any questions regarding the position or require further information please contact James Davies, Education Manager – Hospitality, Environment and Regional Education on +613 5990 7172.
Chisholm Institute reserves the right to withdraw an advertised position at any stage.
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