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Sessional Teachers Screen and Media

Advertiser: Melbourne Polytechnic3.1 out of 53.1 overall rating (37 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
7 Jan 2019
Location
Melbourne, Northern Suburbs
Salary
$68 - $74.99 per hour
Work Type
Casual/Vacation
Classification
Trades & Services, Locksmiths
Melbourne Polytechnic is a leading Australian education provider that delivers vocational training and degrees through innovative, practical programs designed to meet the challenges of the modern workplace. With industry-standard facilities at campuses and training centres across Melbourne, Melbourne Polytechnic fosters learning and engagement within its community so students and staff can develop and achieve their goals.

Melbourne Polytechnic has the following vacancy for a suitably qualified person interested in joining a dynamic training organisation.
Sessional Teachers Screen and Media
Department: Creative Arts
Position: 2703

A range of sessional teaching roles is available within the Creative Arts School at Melbourne Polytechnic. We are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced candidates to teach one or more of the following roles in television and video production in the Certificate IV, Diploma and  Advanced Diploma of Screen & Media, on a sessional basis.

Areas of expertise required:

  • Multicamera studio environment: Teaching students various parts of the studio: EVS, Camera, lighting, switcher etc and various roles Director, Production assistant etc 
  • Single camera: Teaching students how to use various cameras in a variety of contexts.
  • Outside Broadcast (sport): Teaching students Outside Broadcast skills for a variety of sports.    

Duties Include:

  • Plan and conduct lessons (in line with agreed delivery plans and Training Package requirements) to ensure the successful deliver of courses in the Screen & Media Department.
  • Communicate regularly with the Lead Teachers, Program Leaders and other staff within the Screen & Media program to establish a team environment and consistency in resourcing and delivery strategies.
  • In consultation with the Lead Teachers, Program Leaders and other teaching staff implement strategies to support and retain students who are experiencing difficulties with course content.
  • Assist in developing, maintaining and evaluating student learning programs and associated teaching materials relevant to teaching activity.
  • Contribute to the administration of the department and teaching programs by: continually maintaining class attendance rolls in compliance with the Institute quality guidelines; provide students academic results in a timely manner; identify resource requirements for units being taught and participate in ongoing preparation and correction relevant to the teaching activity.

Qualifications and Experience required to undertake a Sessional Teaching Role

  1. A qualification  relevant in content and academic level to the teaching duties to be performed. Industry experience relevant to the content area and academic level being taught.
  2. Well-developed teaching skills, including the ability to select and use a range of teaching and assessment strategies as determined by student needs and competency standards.
  3. A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) or (TAE40110) including Design & Develop Assessment tools (TAEASS502) and address Adult language, literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills (TAELLN411) (TAELLN401A).
  4. A sound knowledge of the relevant industry area.
  5. Capacity to plan, schedule and meet agreed deadlines in the completion of teaching duties
  6. Demonstrated knowledge of the commitment to Occupational Health and Safety, Anti-Discrimination, Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement.
  7. A current Working with Children check.

Payment is at the rate of:

  • $68.52 per hour for Casual Teaching – Certificate IV TAE
  • $71.22 per hour Casual Teaching – AQF5 qualified
  • $74.02  per hour Casual Teaching – AQF6 qualified

Casual engagement will be offered, in accordance to the Victorian TAFE Teaching Staff Agreement 2018.

 To apply please send a CV and expression of interest statement outlining your skills and experience to: Andrew Gannon: andrewgannon@melbournepolytechnic.edu.au

Applications will only be considered from candidates that have the appropriate approval to work in Australia.

Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply for positions with Melbourne Polytechnic.

To Apply

For a position description and other documentation access the Melbourne Polytechnic website:
www.melbournepolytechnic.edu.au/jobs
or the People and Culture Department on: 03 9269 1266

Applications Close:  06/02/2019

A range of sessional teaching roles is available within the Creative Arts School at Melbourne Polytechnic. We are seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced candidates to teach one or more of the following roles in television and video production in the Certificate IV, Diploma and  Advanced Diploma of Screen & Media, on a sessional basis.

Areas of expertise required:

  • Multicamera studio environment: Teaching students various parts of the studio: EVS, Camera, lighting, switcher etc and various roles Director, Production assistant etc 
  • Single camera: Teaching students how to use various cameras in a variety of contexts.
  • Outside Broadcast (sport): Teaching students Outside Broadcast skills for a variety of sports.    

Duties Include:

  • Plan and conduct lessons (in line with agreed delivery plans and Training Package requirements) to ensure the successful deliver of courses in the Screen & Media Department.
  • Communicate regularly with the Lead Teachers, Program Leaders and other staff within the Screen & Media program to establish a team environment and consistency in resourcing and delivery strategies.
  • In consultation with the Lead Teachers, Program Leaders and other teaching staff implement strategies to support and retain students who are experiencing difficulties with course content.
  • Assist in developing, maintaining and evaluating student learning programs and associated teaching materials relevant to teaching activity.
  • Contribute to the administration of the department and teaching programs by: continually maintaining class attendance rolls in compliance with the Institute quality guidelines; provide students academic results in a timely manner; identify resource requirements for units being taught and participate in ongoing preparation and correction relevant to the teaching activity.

Qualifications and Experience required to undertake a Sessional Teaching Role

  1. A qualification  relevant in content and academic level to the teaching duties to be performed. Industry experience relevant to the content area and academic level being taught.
  2. Well-developed teaching skills, including the ability to select and use a range of teaching and assessment strategies as determined by student needs and competency standards.
  3. A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) or (TAE40110) including Design & Develop Assessment tools (TAEASS502) and address Adult language, literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills (TAELLN411) (TAELLN401A).
  4. A sound knowledge of the relevant industry area.
  5. Capacity to plan, schedule and meet agreed deadlines in the completion of teaching duties
  6. Demonstrated knowledge of the commitment to Occupational Health and Safety, Anti-Discrimination, Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement.
  7. A current Working with Children check.

Payment is at the rate of:

  • $68.52 per hour for Casual Teaching – Certificate IV TAE
  • $71.22 per hour Casual Teaching – AQF5 qualified
  • $74.02  per hour Casual Teaching – AQF6 qualified

Casual engagement will be offered, in accordance to the Victorian TAFE Teaching Staff Agreement 2018.

 To apply please send a CV and expression of interest statement outlining your skills and experience to: Andrew Gannon: andrewgannon@melbournepolytechnic.edu.au

Applications will only be considered from candidates that have the appropriate approval to work in Australia.

Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply for positions with Melbourne Polytechnic.

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