Indigenous Trainer and Assessor

Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC) specialises in accredited and non-accredited Indigenous Leadership, Governance and Mentoring training around Australia from remote communities to regional locations.

This position is for an Indigenous person and will be based in South East Queensland.  Interstate travel is an essential part of this role.

Qualifications required for the role:

  • TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
  • 10785NAT Certificate II in Indigenous Leadership and/or (desirable)
  • 10786NAT Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership and/or (desirable)
  • BSB40915 Certificate IV in Business (Governance) (desirable)
  • Experience in Indigenous leadership and governance
  • Previous training and assessment experience within an RTO
  • Hold a current driver licence

 Responsibilities of the role:

  • Ensure all aspects of training and assessment delivered meet regulatory requirements in accordance with the Standards for RTOs 2015
  • Contribute to the management of training facilities and resources
  • Actively contribute to the organisation's culture of systematic continuous improvement
  • Contribute to the development, review and updating of course content and training and assessment strategies
  • Assist with content development of accredited and non-accredited Indigenous courses

Personal attributes and experience:

  • Self-motivated, self directed, open communicator and able to work with a team spread across multiple locations via online platforms
  • Previous experience delivering training and assessment via virtual online learning and face-to face.

The AILC offers a supportive, flexible work environment to the right person.

If you have the required skills, qualifications and experience please get in touch to find out more.  Applicants are to provide a brief CV outlining their skills and experience together with a covering letter addressing the responsibilities of the role.

Applications close midnight, Friday 5th March.  

Email applications and enquiries to [email protected]