VET Lecturer or Workplace Assessor - Commercial Cookery & Bakery
3 years fulltime fixed-term appointment
Teaching Focused Academic - Cookery
HEW Level A $76,399 to $94,612 per annum
Plus 17 percent superannuation, 6 weeks annual leave
and additional 3 weeks nonattendance time
Relocation package available
Apply your experience of commercial cookery and facilitate the teaching delivery in our training restaurant and kitchens.
Charles Darwin University’s School of Service Industry comprises of six teams that deliver nationally accredited full-time, part time and online educational programs to a wide variety of school leavers, job seekers, apprentice/trainees and upskills existing workers under the National VET Quality Framework.
Within the School, the Commercial Cookery and Bakery team delivers competency based VET training from Certificate I to Certificate IV Cookery as per the competency standards of the Hospitality and Commercial Cookery Training Package, whilst working under the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and VET Quality Framework.
As a Lecturer - Cookery, you are specifically responsible for ensuring training and assessment is delivered as per ASQA standards, the Hospitality (Commercial Cookery/Kitchen Operations) programs and to industry standards. This involves facilitating competency based training using a range of delivery modules including face to face, mixed mode, workplace based, external and online delivery.
Other activities include developing relevant training resources, providing high quality leadership and customer service, and ensuring student participate through learning plans and flexible delivery and assessment methods.
The University has its own fully licenced training restaurant on Palmerston Campus for commercial cookery and hospitality students which creates a great learning environment.
To be successful, you need relevant qualifications and/or experience in Commercial Cookery and a current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE 40110). Experience delivering high quality teaching and excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
To find out more about this exciting opportunity or to find out more about living and teaching in Darwin contact Jason Wilkes on 08 89467832 or email Jason on Jason.Wilkes@cdu.edu.au
Closing date, 5pm Monday 27 March 2017
One Page Summary:
It is a requirement of this selection process that applicants need only provide a Current Resume / CV and a one page cover letter outlining their suitability for the role.
CDU Diversity Statement:
Charles Darwin University embraces diversity and the innovative ideas, perspectives and experiences our diverse workforce contributes. As a leading employer within the Northern Territory, Charles Darwin University is committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve their career aspirations. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.