Want to work somewhere awesome?
How would you like to live and work in the North West?
Think about waking up every morning just minutes from the pristine waters of Cable Beach… Or living a stone’s throw away from some of nature’s most stunning gorges and waterfalls.…Spend your weekends fishing out on a boat or sipping icy cold drinks by the pool.
Sounds pretty awesome, right? You could have all of this and more by becoming one of the newest team members at North Regional TAFE (NR TAFE).
We are seeking passionate industry experts who are ready to pass their talents onto the next generation in a lecturing role!
We are establishing an appointment pool for vacancies that arise up until 31 January 2022. Appointments may be made on a full-time, part-time, casual, permanent or fixed-term contract with the possibility of a further term and/or permanency.
- Up to $100k base salary
- 9 weeks' paid leave
- Relocation allowance
- Subsidised housing
- Paid lecturer training
- Travel concession
- District allowance
- Air conditioning subsidy
- Weekday hours
- Work/life balance
No lecturing experience is necessary.
*Housing and relocation allowances are subject to availability and location.
- Building and Construction
- Education and Community Services
- Engineering and Mining
- English, languages and Foundation Studies
We are seeking expressions of interest from applicants with more than five years’ experience in their industry of expertise.
No lecturing experience is necessary. We are seeking expressions of interest from applicants with more than five years’ experience in their industry of expertise.
Employment at NR TAFE is subject to:
- Obtaining a satisfactory Department of Education National Police History Check clearance
- Obtaining a Working with Children (WWC) check
- Meeting citizenship/residency or visa requirements
In order to be considered for a permanent position, you must be an Australian citizen, Australian resident, or be a New Zealand citizen with unrestricted working rights. In order to be considered for a fixed-term contract position, you must be a temporary resident with a valid working visa. Casual candidates are encouraged to apply for positions within their current locations. Relocation and/or housing benefits are not applicable with these roles.
Other Current advertised vacancies
NR TAFE advertises all non-casual employment opportunities, with tenure in excess of six months, on the WA Government Jobs Board(opens in a new tab) . This site is your gateway to information about employment opportunities in the Government of Western Australia.
About the role
We are looking for a Data and Analytics Manager who will be responsible for the effective management of NR TAFE data in accordance with relevant reporting requirements including the Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD), Australian Vocational Education and Training Management Information Statistical Standard (AVETMISS), and other relevant legislation or policies. The position manages a range of information and strategic data analysis, to report to NR TAFE executive and managers. The position also works with managers to identify key operational risks to their areas of responsibility. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Manages analysis, collation, validation and reporting of all NR TAFE data including student and staff information, policies and risks.
- Manages NR TAFE’s internal performance reporting against Delivery and Performance Agreement (DPA) targets and benchmarks.
- Manages the AVETMISS collections and VET Student Loan data.
- Analyses data that aligns with NR TAFE’S strategic and operational plans, identifies trends and factors and implements business systems that may impact operational planning and goals.
- Conducts analysis and reports to NR TAFE executive on organisational data trends related to operational and strategic risks.
- Communicates reasons for decisions and expectations of team against operational performance indicators and links to strategic objectives.
- Builds strategic networks with key stakeholders including within DTWD and uses these networks effectively to resolve errors and work towards continuous improvement.
- Applies advanced skills and experience to address systematic issues leading to data coding errors and
- Evaluates organisational performance, provides advice or instigates change where identified or required.
- Leads the implementation process for efficient approval and entry of resource and incidental fees in line with policy and legislation and queries any variation over the threshold.
To be successful in this role you will have the following:
- Substantial experience in the use of relational database applications, including the ability to develop queries and reports using database query languages/applications SQL DAX, Microsoft Excel, Power BI and Microsoft Access.
- Demonstrated extensive experience in the management of data within a large complex database including the collection, collation, validation and dissemination of information.
- Excellent communication and organisational skills with the ability to meet competing timelines and prepare detailed reports.
- The ability to collaborate with various stakeholders both internally and externally in order to analyse and present data in a meaningful format.
- Highly developed conceptual and analytical skills associated with data management.
The following is desirable but not essential:
- Previous experience as a Data Analyst within the TAFE or vocational education and training sector.
- Experience with Microsoft SharePoint and Power BI applications.
About the role
This position is responsible for supporting the Training Manager and training teams to deliver a quality education experience to our students and customers. The position provides a broad range of administrative support to teaching teams. This position works closely with the Training Manager to achieve business goals.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Coordinates a broad range of support functions across the scope of the Training Team operations.
- Develop and provide an administrative process to ensure the scheduling, allocation and sequence of training services is captured and committed to systems in a timely and accurate fashion.
- Ensure College commitments to service delivery are monitored and acquitted in accordance with contractors or agreements.
- Provide high-level administrative support to coordinate, monitor and capture the training team’s records relating to student enrolment, delivery and assessment strategies and plans.
- Assist the Training Manager with the preparation of the team’s annual budget, operational plan, monitoring training performance, reports and compliance.
- Provide purchasing services and reconcile corporate card.
- Develop and maintain knowledge of the range of training and assessment services in order to provide information to internal and external clients (including Client Services and Marketing) and update this information on an ongoing basis.
- Maintain and update the annual employee leave planner, assists with timetabling of staff.
- Review and process timesheets for Training Manager Approval.
- Responds to client requests for information, customised training and related services.
- Provides support to lecturers.
About the role
The Senior Facilities Officer provides effective and efficient business and administrative support to the Facilities Manager, Facilities Coordinator and Facilities team to achieve business goals.
This position will be responsible for:
- Coordinates breakdown repairs, routine and preventative maintenance activities and minor works projects for the College.
- Coordinates a broad range of support functions across the scope of the Facilities Team operations.
- Develops and provides administrative processes to ensure relative statutory documents are maintained.
- Assists in quality audits and compliance activities regarding purchasing, tendering, contracts and safety.
- Assists in the maintenance of asset registers.
- Provides purchasing services and credit card reconciliations
- Prepares and distribute monthly financial reports
- Maintains and manage Facilities schedules and calendars
- Maintains and manage Facilities network drives and information systems
- Reviews and maintains facilities policies, procedures and compliance documents in conjunction with the Facilities Manager
- Assists with the coordination of the insurance activities of the College including claims processing
- Coordinates the servicing and maintenance of fleet as required
- Other Duties as required.
About the role
The Client Service Officer role provides exceptional customer service to internal and external clients in the areas of prospective course enquiries, enrolments, payments, visitor management and provides support to lecturers and staff including support with Business management Systems.
This position will be responsible for:
- Provides quality and seamless client service and administrative support to our external clients and stakeholders and support internal clients with Business management systems.
- Provides advice and assistance with enquiries either on the 1300 phone console, email, in person and provides responses in a timely manner.
- Provides accurate and timely advice to prospective students, internal and external stakeholders and supports college initiatives that enhance the future student experience.
- Works appropriately within business management and general and specialist electronic systems, programs and platforms
- Performs client liaison duties, enrolment tasks and functions.
- Contributes to the TAFE's continuous improvement initiatives that support consistent, unified administrative processes. Supports the broader College’s team and initiatives as and when required.
- Understand and respond appropriately to culturally diverse clientele to maintain an equitable and quality service
- Foster positive relationships and provide support to wider team to promote a harmonious environment.
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