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Working with us

Careers at The Centre

Staff at the centre

Thank you for your interest in pursuing a career with us.

At The Centre we work with local communities to empower individuals through participation, connections, pathways and learning.

We have a longstanding history of providing education and training within the north east, and have recently expanded our reach down the Hume to Seymour and surrounding areas.

We are a community-based organisation with strong links to Federal, State and Local Government; business and industry; schools, TAFE, and universities; community groups and organisations, building alliances and partnerships for the benefit of learners and the community.

As an organisation we encourage our clients and ourselves to be lifelong learners – this includes being curious and taking responsibility for our own learning, whether it is formal learning for the job, or learning about what each of us do here at The Centre, or learning how to productively connect with each other to achieve our vision. We achieve wonderful outcomes with our clients that are often life changing and transformational.

We encourage you to read more about our organisational culture 

The Centre encourages all people of diverse backgrounds to apply to join its team including but not limited to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI), Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Sex, sexuality and gender diverse (LGBTQIA+) community and those living with a disability.

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

 

Executive Support Officer

The Executive Support Officer will assist the CEO and General Managers with report preparation, meeting coordination and schedule organisation.

The incumbent will also undertake documentation monitoring and management (including archiving and development as required), including administration of recruitment and other human resource functions.

Critical to this role are exceptional interpersonal, communication and time management skills, along with the flexibility to support relevant meetings as required by the CEO and Executive Team.

The incumbent will also be responsible for provision of confidential secretariat and administrative support to the Board of Governance of The Centre.

Required Qualifications

  • Tertiary qualification in Business Administration or other relevant discipline (Certificate IV or higher) or significant direct experience

To Apply

If you have a passion for education, commitment to lifelong learning and want to be part of an amazing team environment, we would love to hear from you!

To apply for this role please review and complete the Position Advertisement and email your resume, cover letter and responses to andrea.matheson@thecentre.vic.edu.au

Further information about this role can be found in the Position Description or by calling Andrea Matheson on (03) 5721 0211

Applications close at 5pm on Friday the 31st of January 2020

Applications submitted without a cover letter and responses to Key Selection Criteria will not be considered for this role.


Learner Engagement Officer – Finding Strengths Project

Full time Fixed Term Contract to 28/2/2021

Based in Shepparton, this is an exciting opportunity to be part of the Centre’s innovative and ground-breaking project – Finding Strengths.

As a Learner Engagement Officer within the Finding Strengths project team, you will provide case management and support to facilitate the engagement and learning journey of people who are on Parole or Community Corrections Orders who have learning disorders.

Required Qualifications

  • Diploma or Bachelor qualification in social work, youth work, family therapy, education, social sciences

To Apply

If you have a passion for education, commitment to lifelong learning and want to be part of an amazing team environment, we would love to hear from you!

To apply for this role please review and complete the Position Advertisement and email your resume, cover letter and responses to anthea.pratt@thecentre.vic.edu.au

Further information about this role can be found in the Position Description or by calling Kerri Barnes on  0436 288 556

Applications close at 5pm on Friday the 24th of January 2020

Applications submitted without a cover letter and responses to Key Selection Criteria will not be considered for this role.

 

 

 


Civil Construction Trainer/Assessor

Sessional
Location – Wangaratta, Shepparton and surrounds

We are looking for a passionate, enthusiastic and vibrant educator to help our learners to build the skills and confidence required to apply for and enter the workforce, or to go onto further study as an apprentice.

Our Civil Construction program teaches hands-on construction techniques, entry-level skills and the knowledge needed to enter the civil construction industry at an apprenticeship level.

Our trainers empower learners to unlock their potential, giving them the confidence, skills and knowledge required to navigate the diverse challenges that work and further study can provide.

To be successful in this role, applicants must be able to demonstrate an effective communication ability, strong personal organisational and time management skills. Trainers must be highly motivated, positive and able to engage with learners from a variety of backgrounds, skill and education levels.

Required Qualifications

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and a relevant vocational certificate at a level III or above.

To Apply

To apply for this role please email your resume, cover letter and responses to the below key selection criteria listed in the Position Advertisement to yair.kellner@thecentre.vic.edu.au

Further information about this role can be found in the Position Description or by calling Yair Kellner on (03) 5721 0217

Applications close at midnight on the 31st of January

 


Getting There Trainer/Assessor

Sessional
Location – Euroa, Wangaratta, Benalla and surrounds

We are looking for a passionate, enthusiastic and vibrant educator to help our learners to build the skills and confidence required to apply for and enter the workforce, or to go onto further study

Our Getting There program prepares learners with the skills needed to re-engage with study, or to re-enter the workforce . This training builds their foundation skills, career management skills, confidence and enterprise and core work skills through individualised learning programs and goals.

Our trainers empower learners to unlock their potential, giving them the confidence, skills and knowledge required to navigate the diverse challenges that work and further study can provide.

To be successful in this role, applicants must be able to demonstrate an effective communication ability, strong personal organisational and time management skills. Trainers must be highly motivated, positive and able to engage with learners from a variety of backgrounds, skill and education levels.

Required Qualifications

  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and a relevant vocational certificate at a level III or above.

To Apply

To apply for this role please email your resume, cover letter and responses to the below key selection criteria listed in the Position Advertisement to russell.wheaton@thecentre.vic.edu.au

Further information about this role can be found in the Position Description or by calling Russel Wheaton (03) 5721 0212

Applications close at midnight on the 31st of January

 


Interested in working with us?

We are always searching for trainers with experience in training in First Aid, Forklift, Special Education, Inclusion programs, Disability, Individual Support, Education support & Employability skills.

For further information and to obtain a position description on these opportunities please contact Yair Kellner on 03 5721 0217 or email yair.kellner@thecentre.vic.edu.au