Teacher, Crime and Justice
- Casual ($89.43 per hour face-to-face teaching / $46.13 per hour marking)
- School of Business and Law
- Based off-campus
Join an organisation with an unbreakable belief that quality education, training and research should be available to everyone – regardless of background, location or life circumstances.
The School of Business and Law offers a range of accredited programs designed in collaboration with industry that produce job-ready graduates. A growing scholastic entity, we feature a variety of teaching channels, including classroom, online and blended. We’re focussed on quality teaching and research outcomes within an innovative and dynamic environment.
This position provides you with a unique opportunity to deliver and assess quality vocational learning services to domestic online students. You will utilise your experience of outcome focused vocational education and training programs, and benefit from working in a collaborative environment, dedicated to continuous improvement and positive business outcomes.
You will have demonstrated experience managing and teaching learning programs to classroom, industry, distance and web-based clients. With three or more years’ experience in a legal environment, you will strive to successfully develop students’ skills and knowledge within the fields of crime and justice.
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment – TAE40116
- 10284NAT Diploma of Crime and Justice/10283NAT Certificate IV Crime and Justice
- Current registration as Justice of the Peace
- 3+ years’ experience in a legal environment
- Experience of delivering training and assessment in the VET sector
Apply today for a career that changes lives www.cqu.edu.au/jobs
Applications Close: 11:59 pm, Monday, 30 November 2020
Vacancy Reference Number: 33604
When submitting your application, please include the following: Cover Letter (optional), Current Resume, Responses to Selection Criteria. Use only alphabetic or numeric characters in your CQU application. Do not use characters such as apostrophe (‘), slash (/), ampersand (&) etc. except in your email address. “Applicants for the position must have full time work rights.”
CQUniversity is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes diversity in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.