Education & TrainingTeaching - Vocational
$75,000 - $89,999
If you are passionate about your industry and want to help shape it’s future, become a educator with TAFE Queensland and start sharing your knowledge with our community’s next generation of workers.
TAFE Queensland is currently looking for industry experts who are ready to pass on their knowledge, industry experience and skills to students across its East Coast region.
As the state’s largest, most experienced training provider, TAFE Queensland delivers practical, industry-relevant training across a range of sectors, from entry-level certificates to advanced diplomas. Our dedicated educators are at the core of everything we do and we are now looking to create a talent pool of likeminded experts to ensure we can adjust our business as demand changes.
TAFE Queensland East Coast regularly has vacancies (short and long term) for educators in various qualification delivery areas. This is a talent pool for opportunities in Graphic Design
Educators may be required to work at a number of TAFE Queensland campuses across the East Coast region, including the following locations: Bundaberg, Hervey Bay, Maryborough, Gympie, Nambour, Mooloolaba and Sunshine Coast Health Institute.
When being interviewed for Educational roles, you will be assessed against these key result areas:
Upon application, we will share with you the details of our upcoming career information sessions to learn more about working at TAFE and more about how to become an Educator with studying your Certificate IV, Training & Assessment.
Please send your resume including 2 current referees (recent direct supervisors) and copies of your qualifications to Recruitment.EastCoast@tafe.qld.edu.au
For enquiries please email Recruitment.EastCoast@tafe.qld.edu.au
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