As an employee of TAFE Queensland, you will be part of the state's leading provider of further education and training committed to quality teaching, a safe working environment and delivering real outcomes for our students.
The teachers at TAFE Queensland are the reason why 88.9% of our students are employed or go on to further study after achieving their qualification. Our teachers are the best at what they do, they make great happen every day and deliver educational excellence.
Becoming a teacher at TAFE Queensland will give you the opportunity to teach in a variety of locations across Queensland, through a variety of different modes of delivery including, classroom or workplace, distance or online learning or a combination of delivery modes. We encourage our teachers to use engaging and innovative means of teaching by using a variety of training tools and techniques.
As one of our teachers, you will also contribute to developing training packages in consultation with industry to ensure the programs delivered to students continue to meet contemporary workforce requirements.
To be eligible to become a TAFE Queensland teacher you must:
For those holding a TAE40110, these two additional units are required to be obtained prior to April 1 2019 to meet compliance requirements
For casual or short term vacancies please submit a comprehensive resume indicating your qualifications, skills, abilities and experience to the relevant TAFE Queensland region. Please indicate the area(s) you are interested in working, the location(s) and your availability.
Please contact the Human Resources section in the relevant region.
|TAFE Queensland Northfirstname.lastname@example.org||07 4042 2391|
|TAFE Queensland East Coast
||www.tafeeastcoast.edu.au/about-us/working-for-tafe/||Recruitment.EastCoast@tafe.qld.edu.au||07 5457 1082|
|TAFE Queensland Brisbane||www.tafebrisbane.edu.au/about-us/working-for-tafe/||07 3244 6541|
|TAFE Queensland Gold Coast||www.tafegoldcoast.edu.au/about-us/working-for-tafe/||Recruitment.GoldCoast@tafe.qld.edu.au||07 5581 8773|
|TAFE Queensland South West||www.tafesouthwest.edu.au/about-us/working-for-tafe/||TAFESouthWest.Vacancies@tafe.qld.edu.au||1300 914 754|
|TAFE Queensland SkillsTech||www.tafeskillstech.edu.au/about-us/working-for-tafe/||SkillsTech.HumanResource@tafe.qld.edu.au||1800 654 447|
|TAFE Queensland (Corporate)||email@example.com||07 3514 3663|
TAFE Queensland is a member of the Zero Harm Leadership program making the health and safety of people working, learning or visiting any of our premises our top priority.
Before any contractor or visitor commences work at TAFE Queensland they will need to complete a General Induction and a Site Specific Induction.
The Contractor General Induction can be found at this link. This general induction ensures that visitors and contractors are aware of their WHS obligations before commencing work. It includes information and questions to answer. Upon completion of this induction participation will be recorded on our Contractor and Visitor Induction Register.
The Site Specific Induction is undertaken by our Health and Safety Team / Office Co-ordinator prior to work commencing. This site specific induction ensures that contractors and tenants are aware of the specific location based WHS hazards and safety concerns. If contractors or visitors are working across multiple locations they will be required to undertake a site specific induction for each location.
Nothing in TAFE Queensland's induction process may be construed as implying or suggesting that the contractor or tenant is in anyway released or absolved from fully complying with all its statutory obligations of common law.
Please note it is a requirement that the Contractor General Induction and Site Specific inductions are undertaken annually.