T5630/2012 (ASO6) Facilitator of Learning - Direct Care
Eligibility: Non-Public Sector Employees May Apply The Facilitator of Learning is a role within Youth Justice, Community Engagement and Organisational Support and is accountable to the Manager for: Developing, delivering, assessing, reviewing and evaluating learning and development programs and resources to meet the VET Quality Framework within DCSI’s scope of registration. The primary focus will provide job specific learning and development programs for Direct Care workers; case managing learners and developing learning plans appropriate to the skills, job role and learning requirements of individuals and groups; providing leadership in scoping, designing, consulting, implementing and evaluating learning and development projects within timeframes and allocated budget; contributing to coordinating and facilitating strategic initiative forums; developing and maintaining effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Essential Minimum Qualifications: Workplace Training and Assessor qualification (Certificate IV in Training and Assessment) as required by Australian National VET Regulator. Special Conditions: Successful applicant will be required to satisfactorily complete a Background Screening and National Criminal History Record Check (NCHRC) prior to being employed and every three years. Flexible approach to work and taking leave. Intrastate travel to regional locations. Current drivers licence. Role Status: Term up to 8/2/2013 (More than one role) Remuneration: $76,487 - $81,178 (ASO6) Location: Adelaide CBD Enquiries to: Ms Muriel Kirkby, Manager, Learning and Development, College for Learning and Development, telephone 8226 7419, email Muriel.Kirkby@dcsi.sa.gov.au For assistance with any technical issues please contact the help desk on 1300 733 056 or firstname.lastname@example.org Application Instructions: You will be required to answer the four mandatory behavioural questions (please refer to 'How do I answer Behavioural Questions' in the 'Help' menu for more information), and attach your current résumé/curriculum vitae prior to clicking 'Submit Application'. We do not accept or require a cover letter. It is recommended to allow enough time to complete the whole application. Please note the system times out after one hour of inactivity. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT LATE APPLICATIONS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED. Note: Safety is a core value of the South Australian Public Sector. Please note, you are not required to address the Role Description criteria, instead, you must complete the questions in the Online Application Form. For further information and how to apply for this role please visit our Help page.
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