Part-time Casual Teaching Opportunities - Aboriginal Languages
$82.75per hour (casual rate) Opportunities currently at our Eora campus (Sydney) Teaching qualification scholarships available for suitable applicants YOUR CHANCE TO TRAIN THE NEXT GENERATION TAFE NSW respect’s the Aboriginal lands on which our campuses are located. We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the Country on which we learn and work together, and commit to building relationships, respect and opportunities with Aboriginal peoples.
We acknowledge and celebrate the long standing traditions, customs and culture that has existed for 60,000 years. We honour Elders through lived examples and leadership, Elders who have, and continue to fight tirelessly for the betterment of Aboriginal people across the country. We acknowledge the importance and strength of our Aboriginal young people, and commit to supporting and developing them as the future of our Aboriginal culture and communities.
Eora offers training in Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal languages, Creative and Performing Arts and much more. Eora has a strong responsive focus on the education and training needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and has partnerships with many industry and community organisations who promote real careers and further study opportunities. We are seeking qualified professionals who share in our values of Customer First, Integrity, Collaboration and Excellence and want to transfer their knowledge and skills to the next generation in Aboriginal Languages and Culture.
We recognise that real experience is the most important aspect when appointing our teaching staff, we know that this experience, your creditability and your story will have a positive impact. Therefore, we want you to discover the teacher within you. If you don’t have a current certificate IV in Training and assessment, but you do have a passion and commitment to Aboriginal language, culture and industry, you may be eligible for a scholarship once you have completed the studies, you will hold the qualification needed to become a Trainer and Assessor with TAFE NSW.
About you: Aboriginality and sound knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture, communities and engagement Evidence of knowledge and skills in a local Aboriginal language in NSW Recent professional or community experience in teaching Aboriginal Languages in an Aboriginal community framework Demonstrated involvement in working with the Aboriginal community, events and issues as they relate to Aboriginal Culture Commitment and capacity to implement Aboriginal Education Policies, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Ethical Practice, Ethnic Affairs Priorities Statements, Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) as they relate to the position intermediate computer skills appropriate subject knowledge demonstrated commitment to quality customer service Commitment and willingness learn and develop as a professional teacher. We want to hear from you, for full details on the specific duties of a TAFE NSW teacher plea....