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Part Time Casual Teacher Allied Health Assistance JRN: 074 - 00002XCO
Date 2014-06-12 11:06:30 Location : Oceania
This is an exciting opportunity to provide high quality training in a rural location. Riverina Institute is now accepting applications for placement on a suitability list for the following area:
Allied Health Assistance
Learn more: Information regarding this position is available from the following link:
Applicants must apply on-line.
Applicants must address the selection criteria.
As these are casual positions placement on a suitability list does not guarantee an offer of employment. If an offer of employment is made you will be advised of the location, days and hours to be worked.
NB: It is an offence for a person convicted of a serious sex offence or registrable offence to apply for this position. Recommended applicants will be required to obtain a Working With Children Check and a National Criminal Records Check.
Close date: Friday, 13 June 2014
Location Regional NSW-Riverina & Murray
Work Type Part-time
Total Remuneration Package: Part Time Casual Teacher rates from $59.26 per hour to $75.05 per hour.
Job Category Health - Allied
Organisation TAFE NSW
Contact Gale Cowled, Head Teacher Health (Nursing) - 02 6940 1036
The following selection criteria form a specific part of the selection process. Candidates for this role must address each of these items specifically in their application.
Degree, Diploma or equivalent as an Allied Health Professional (such as physiotherapist, occupational therapist, speech pathologist, podiatrist, dietician) that will provide a teacher/trainer with skills and knowledge to teach and conduct assessment in this course.
A minimum of two years (post-degree) work in Health Services, at least part of which has been gained over the last 18 months and comprehensive current knowledge of the industry and job roles and strong understanding of current trends and diversity within the Health sector.
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) or demonstrated equivalent competencies as the minimum teaching qualification. Other educational qualifications may be recognised upon application.
High level written and oral communication skills in English.
Proven ability to communicate effectively in a wide range of educational, industrial or community environments.
Demonstrated commitment to maintaining professional currency.
Demonstrated commitment to quality customer services.
Demonstrated organisational skills.