Applications close: Saturday 7 January, 2023 11:55 PM AEST
Award/Classification: Teaching Service (Tasmanian Public Service) Award - Teacher Band 1
Salary: $67,746.00 to 102,167.00 pro rata, per annum
Employment Type: Fixed term, casual, Fixed term, full-time, Fixed term, part-time
Region: North, South, North West, Statewide
A fixed-term and casual employment register is not a vacancy and inclusion on a register does not guarantee any offer of employment will be made.
Please note, as of 1 September 2016 it is a legislative requirement for everyone who works in a non-teaching regulated activity to hold Registration to Work with Vulnerable People (RWVP).
Teachers have a requirement to hold RWVP by 1 January 2017.
In July 2014 the Registration to Work with Vulnerable People Act 2013 commenced in Tasmania. The same RWVP will apply to everyone – employees, self-employed people and volunteers. For more information and to apply for RWVP please click here.
To implement and manage appropriate learning programs for students and to assess individual student progress.
Qualifications as established by the Tasmanian Industrial Commission in the Teaching Service (Tasmanian Public Sector) Award 2005.
Current Certificate of Registration; or provisional registration; or limited authority to teach granted by the Teachers Registration Board (Tasmania) in accordance with the provisions of the Teachers Registration Act 2000. Please note that a person with a limited authority to teach can only be employed on a fixed-term basis.
The Registration to Work with Vulnerable People Act 2013 requires persons undertaking work in a regulated activity to be registered. A regulated activity is a child related service or activity defined in the Registration to Work with Vulnerable Please Regulations 2014. The registration must remain current and valid at all times whilst employed in a teaching role and the status of this may be checked at any time during employment.
Four years or more training as defined in the Teaching Service (Tasmanian Public Sector) Award 2005.
Fixed-term:– The Department of Education invites persons interested in teaching vacancies of up to one year duration to have their interest recorded on the Department of Education's applicant Fixed-term Register.
Where vacancies are identified and an applicant(s) are regarded as being suitable to undertake the particular appointment, a merit based selection process will be undertaken. The selection process may involve formal interviews.
Please note that admission to the register does not guarantee, nor does it imply, that employment will be offered.
All appointments to fixed-term teaching positions within the Department of Education will be made from those applicants listed on the register only.
Relief:– Persons interested in relief teaching (short-term employment on a day-to-day basis up to and including 20 consecutive days), should also register on Relief Register, selecting 'relief' in Work Preferences as the type of employment they are interested in.
An information pack about relief teaching is available on the Department of Education website here.
Enquiries to Recruitment and Employment, Human Resources, GPO Box 169, Hobart 7001, email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone (03) 6165 6285.
How to apply
Applicants wishing to be registered for employment need to register online via the Apply Now button.
Enquiries to Recruitment and Employment, Human Resource Services,
email email@example.com or phone (03) 6165 6285.
Please Note: registration does not guarantee an offer of employment, however it provides the opportunity to be considered.”
The Government of Tasmania, also referred to as the Tasmanian Government, is the executive authority of the state of Tasmania, Australia.
The leader of the party or coalition with the confidence of the Tasmanian House of Assembly, the lower house of the Parliament of Tasmania, is invited by the Governor of Tasmania to form the Government of Tasmania.
The head of the Government is the Premier of Tasmania. Since the 2014 election, the Premier of Tasmania has been Will Hodgman, leader of the Liberal Party, who was re-elected at the 2018 election.
Since that election, the current ministry of Tasmania is the Second Hodgman Ministry, formed on 21 March 2018 and comprising nine of the 14 Liberal members in both Houses of Parliament.