We are seeking dynamic and innovative Educators to achieve outstanding results as a part of our industry-leading, renowned organisation! This is a wonderful opportunity to share your education knowledge and expertise, support our students’ skills and development and make a real difference.
|Position type||Flexible full-time|
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Cairns region,Far North Qld,Townsville region,Other - Outside Qld|
|Job ad reference||QLD/TQN228-21|
|Fortnightly salary||$3000 - $3396|
|Contact person||Melanie Clarke|
|Contact details||07 4042 2652
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TAFE Queensland is proud to be Queensland's largest, most experienced training provider. We deliver practical, industry-relevant training from entry-level certificates to bachelor degrees.
Due to growth in our Nursing client base we are currently seeking suitably qualified people to teach and inspire the next generation of Nurses
You will love being a TAFE Teacher if you are:
Benefits and perks
Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to expand your Nursing skills and knowledge. Join our forward-thinking organisation, click to view our vacancies now! Beautiful Location. Guaranteed hours. Work-Life Balance.
You will be able to take advantage of our Fitness Passport, in addition to benefits such as flexible work options, salary sacrificing options, wellness programs, professional development programs and many other benefits. For further information visit our Working for TAFE Queensland page or our employee benefits webpage.
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As a key member of the Region's teaching and delivery team, you will contribute to developing and delivering quality learning services to a wide range of clients through:
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