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Working with us

Welcome to working@TheCentre!

It is great that you are thinking of working with us. Let me tell you why the Centre is a fantastic place to work.

The Centre helps people and communities in regional Victoria. We believe our clients can be more confident and independent. We believe our learners can be more skilled and productive. We believe our communities can be more inclusive and vibrant.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We like diversity. It makes life more interesting and teams more effective.

We give you decent pay, flexible conditions, a fantastic team, and the pleasure of going to work each day for a rewarding purpose. We include and empower you, and invest in your personal and professional development.

You can use and improve your skills to help people be more confident, skilled, and productive. We know you can. At the Centre, we believe in you.

The Centre is an equal opportunity employer and a Child Safe Organisation.

Current vacancies


Business Relationship Officer

We are seeking an energetic Business Relationship Officer to promote relevant training and involve local employers in our programs.


Course Support Administrator

We are seeking an energetic Course Support Administrator to support the preparation and delivery of our courses and programs.


Trainer Coordinator

We are seeking an energetic trainer coordinator to improve the quality of our courses and programs. You will have a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, and relevant experience in this field.


Trainer and Assessor – Inclusions Programs (Wangaratta/Wodonga, Contract, $62,950-66,218)

We are searching for trainers who enable meaningful engagement to strengthen and support our learners to achieve their goals. Our Trainers directly impact and influence the future of our learners, developing their skills and abilities to develop connections and build job readiness.


Executive Support Officer (Wangaratta, Full time, 60,800-64,500k + salary packaging)

Looking for a rewarding job? You can help our CEO, General Managers, and the Executive Team with your experience in administration, scheduling, minute-taking, reporting and organisation.


Learning Engagement and Employment Officer (Positions available in Shepparton, Wangaratta, Seymour & Wodonga)

The Centre has a new and exciting opportunity for those wanting to join an innovate team in making a difference to the community and individual lives.  We engage, support, and empower people experiencing disadvantages to return to education and employment.


Employment Services Relationship Officer (Full Time, Ongoing – Wangaratta)

The Centre for Continuing Education is seeking an Employment Services Relationship Officer to support partnerships with employment services throughout the Hume and Goulburn Valley regions. If you are passionate about helping people and creating constructive and collaborative partnerships, we love to hear from you.


Training Design and Development Officer

Do you have a passion for developing quality training and assessment resources? Inspire the emerging workforce by developing resources for our accredited training programs.


Trainers and Assessors

We are searching for trainers who enable meaningful engagement to strengthen and support our learners to achieve their goals. Our Trainers directly impact and influence the future of our learners, developing their skills and abilities to develop connections and build job readiness.

Current Training Opportunities:

  • Health Support Services – Wangaratta, Shepparton & Seymour
  • Disability – Wangaratta & Seymour
  • Civil Construction –  Wangaratta & Seymour
  • Individual Support –  Wangaratta & Seymour
  • Education Support – Wangaratta & Seymour
  • Transition and Work Education – Wangaratta & Seymour

Required Experience:

  • Extensive and current industry experience is essential, as is a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) or significant progress towards it.

 

Finding Strengths is funded by the Federal Government to pilot an initiative to profile learning difficulties (for example, ADHD or dyslexia) in offenders on Parole, or on Community Corrections Orders, and to help them understand that underlying learning difficulties may have resulted in negative education and employment experiences, and as a result poor life outcomes.

To express interest in being involved in this program please contact kerri.barnes@thecentre.vic.edu.au