Indigenous Traineeship Coordinator



Indigenous Traineeship Coordinator CROWN SYDNEY Ranked among the top 20 most valuable brands in Australia, Crown Resorts is at the forefront of the casino operations and development in Australia in addition to recognition as an employer of choice. Crown wholly owns and operates two of Australia’s leading integrated resorts – Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth with our third property, Crown Sydney, set to open in 2021. Crown takes pride in our commitment to providing employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Through our award winning, decade old Indigenous Employment Program (IEP), we have over 900 Indigenous employees across Crown Melbourne and Crown Perth. With our new landmark Sydney property due to open December 2020, Crown is seeking a talented Indigenous Traineeship Coordinator to support our Indigenous trainees attending Crown College. Reporting to the RTO Manager and working closely with the Indigenous Program team, the Indigenous Traineeship Coordinator role is a key educational and cultural link within the Crown College, RTO Team.

The role’s primary responsibility is to support the success of all Indigenous student attending Crown College through retention initiatives and mentoring. Further support areas include: - •Engaging directly with the community about Crown College’s educational programs and offerings •Provide students information on the social and academic aspects of study and training at the College •Partnering with key stakeholders such as industry employers and associated industry partners in campaigns to attract Indigenous trainees and students to the College At Crown, our overall success is achieved through a combined team effort, therefore we strive to provide opportunities for our employees to learn, grow and thrive in a positive and supportive work environment. It is expected that employees always demonstrate company core values and consistently create an environment which represents each value with respective colleagues and customers.

Key duties will include: •Support Indigenous students through your deep knowledge and lived experience of Indigenous culture •Support access and use of student resources (online learning) •Provision of additional academic coaching and support when required •Monitor and report at risk students including attendance and other impacts on success •Reporting to external stakeholders on enrolments and performance of students •Assist with planning and execution community education engagement events •Support the student enrolment process with guidance in relation funding opportunities •Ensure strict adherence to all relevant legislation and procedures Key Selection Criteria: •Has or is willing to attain Certificate IV Training and Assessment - TAE40116 •Industry currency and experience in Hospitality industry •Experience working with traineeships and or L & D programs within the Indigenous community •Knowledge of Apprenticeships & T.

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17 May 2020


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