Youth Projects Ltd is a large charity established in 1984 to support young people and families of the northwest suburbs and the central business district (CBD) of Melbourne.
We provide aspirational, life changing support through an integrated model with access to health care, counselling and drug safety, outreach services, employment, education and training.
Our RTO, Melbourne Training Options (powered by Youth Projects) has relaunched to provide high quality & industry based nationally accredited courses.
We only deliver training that industry needs and wants. That means we need passionate, skilled and expert trainers to join our team! Under the leadership of a new RTO Leader and a very talented team, you could have the opportunity to grow with our organisation!
About the Roles
We need trainers who have industry experience and expertise delivering training in the following:
- Cert III in Individual Support – Disability
Who we are looking for
You will hold a TAE40110 or TAE40116, plus a relevant industry qualification, plus have current work experience in your field.
The main duties are to plan and deliver training and assessment (face to face and support on-line delivery); assist in gaining placement and respond to client enquiries in your field of expertise.
Ideally you will work 2.5 days a week with a possibility to increase days dependant on course numbers.
What we offer
We are committed to creating an inclusive and transparent workplace culture where people can develop to be their very best. You will be supported by a team that want to see you succeed. Your success is our success!
Youth Projects have access to generous employee benefits including salary packaging, Employee Assistance Program, training and professional development opportunities.
The role will be based at Glenroy but may require travel to other areas of Melbourne over time.
How to apply
Applications close on Friday 15 June 2018.
For further information, please contact Lauren St Clair on 9304 9100.
Our commitment to diversity
At Youth Projects, we value diversity and believe that a range of backgrounds brings a variety of ideas, perspectives and experiences that will enhance our effectiveness.
We promote a workplace that actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions and encourage applications from candidates with a disability, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and indigenous candidates
Youth Projects has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to the provision of a child-safe organisation. All Youth Projects staff must undergo a Police and Working with Children Checks. Any person with a negative notice on their Working with Children Check will not be eligible for employment with us.