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School Program Facilitator required (multiple roles available)

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Job Information

Job Listing Date
3 Dec 2019
Location
South West Coast VIC
Salary
$57 - $58 p.h. + Superannuation and Allowances
Work Type
Contract/Temp
Classification
Advertising, Arts & Media, Performing Arts

School Program Facilitator required (multiple roles available)

  • Various locations across Victoria, travel to regional areas may be required
  • $56 per hour + Superannuation and Allowances
  • Starting in Feb 2020
  • School Program Facilitators deliver an innovative road safety program for Year 10 students in schools across Victoria.
  • These positions are offered on a casual basis, and work is offered across the school term.
  • Various locations across Victoria, travel to regional areas may be required, depending on your location
  • $56 per hour + Superannuation and Allowances
  • Starting in Feb 2020

Client Details

Road Smart is the Department of Transport (DOT) road safety education and training program for Year 10 students which aims to build the knowledge, skills and behaviours for safe driving among young people.Young and inexperienced drivers face the greatest risk on our roads. Road crashes continue to be one of the leading causes of death for people aged 18 to 25 years.

Road Smart uses practical training tools and evidence-based road safety education techniques to better support young people and their supervising drivers in the early stages of learning to drive.

The program has four components:

  • A 70-90 minute in-class session delivered at school
  • eLearning for beginners and their supervising drivers
  • A free in-car session
  • And a teacher toolkit.

The in-class session has been designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the causes of road trauma, the safe system, the Towards Zero vision and the importance of taking a staged approach to learning to drive.

https://www.towardszero.vic.gov.au/

Description

About the role:

Road Smart Facilitators are provided with the opportunity to facilitate an innovative road safety program for Year 10 students in schools across the state.

Being the first point of contact students have with the program, Facilitators will play a valuable role in engaging students to encourage positive road safety behaviours, and promoting continued participation in the additional components of the program.

Facilitators will deliver an interactive in-class session lasting between 70-90 minutes, using the provided PowerPoint presentation, including session plans and guides. Sessions are limited to 30 students.

This role should appeal to education or performing arts students, or anyone with experience facilitating or in community development after casual employment that contributes to a safer community.

The Facilitator position is offered on a casual basis with no specified hours. Facilitator in-class bookings including school, location, session date, time, duration and other required information is managed by the Department of Transport.

Key selection criteria

  • Ability to effectively engage young people, including well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to establish a positive learning environment in a classroom situation
  • Ability to effectively deliver key messages in an engaging way to influence behaviour change
  • Ability to effectively engage with school teachers and the community to deliver key road safety messages
  • A commitment to influencing positive behaviour change in road safety for young people
  • Be self-motivated, punctual and professional, with a high standard of presentation

Profile

Additional Requirements

  • Availability during the day to deliver the Road Smart program in schools
  • Access to transportation to reliably get to session venues in a timely manner
  • Access to appropriate technology to deliver the program (a laptop or tablet is required, with PowerPoint 2016), where such technology is not provided
  • Be available to participate in Road Smart In Class presentation training (paid)

Desirable skills and qualifications

  • Youth work, work in performing arts and/or community development
  • Education qualifications such as Certificate IV Training and Assessment or other relevant qualification (e.g. teaching, facilitating) is seen as desirable however not a requirement
  • Knowledge and understanding of issues in health education, particularly road safety

Job Offer

Please note prior to starting this role, you will be required to complete or provide the following:

  • Current Drivers Licence (Australian)
  • National Police Check
  • Working with Children Check
  • Clean Driving History (no more than 6 demerit points accumulated in the past 3 years, no licence disqualifications, suspensions or cancellations)

If you believe you have the right skill set apply now.

Please note you will be required to complete an online questionnaire which also includes a Video response.

For a confidential conversation please contact Sally Joy or Mitchell Cave on 9954 2440.



  • School Program Facilitators deliver an innovative road safety program for Year 10 students in schools across Victoria.
  • These positions are offered on a casual basis, and work is offered across the school term.
  • Various locations across Victoria, travel to regional areas may be required, depending on your location
  • $56 per hour + Superannuation and Allowances
  • Starting in Feb 2020

Client Details

Road Smart is the Department of Transport (DOT) road safety education and training program for Year 10 students which aims to build the knowledge, skills and behaviours for safe driving among young people.Young and inexperienced drivers face the greatest risk on our roads. Road crashes continue to be one of the leading causes of death for people aged 18 to 25 years.

Road Smart uses practical training tools and evidence-based road safety education techniques to better support young people and their supervising drivers in the early stages of learning to drive.

The program has four components:

  • A 70-90 minute in-class session delivered at school
  • eLearning for beginners and their supervising drivers
  • A free in-car session
  • And a teacher toolkit.

The in-class session has been designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the causes of road trauma, the safe system, the Towards Zero vision and the importance of taking a staged approach to learning to drive.

https://www.towardszero.vic.gov.au/

Description

About the role:

Road Smart Facilitators are provided with the opportunity to facilitate an innovative road safety program for Year 10 students in schools across the state.

Being the first point of contact students have with the program, Facilitators will play a valuable role in engaging students to encourage positive road safety behaviours, and promoting continued participation in the additional components of the program.

Facilitators will deliver an interactive in-class session lasting between 70-90 minutes, using the provided PowerPoint presentation, including session plans and guides. Sessions are limited to 30 students.

This role should appeal to education or performing arts students, or anyone with experience facilitating or in community development after casual employment that contributes to a safer community.

The Facilitator position is offered on a casual basis with no specified hours. Facilitator in-class bookings including school, location, session date, time, duration and other required information is managed by the Department of Transport.

Key selection criteria

  • Ability to effectively engage young people, including well-developed communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to establish a positive learning environment in a classroom situation
  • Ability to effectively deliver key messages in an engaging way to influence behaviour change
  • Ability to effectively engage with school teachers and the community to deliver key road safety messages
  • A commitment to influencing positive behaviour change in road safety for young people
  • Be self-motivated, punctual and professional, with a high standard of presentation

Profile

Additional Requirements

  • Availability during the day to deliver the Road Smart program in schools
  • Access to transportation to reliably get to session venues in a timely manner
  • Access to appropriate technology to deliver the program (a laptop or tablet is required, with PowerPoint 2016), where such technology is not provided
  • Be available to participate in Road Smart In Class presentation training (paid)

Desirable skills and qualifications

  • Youth work, work in performing arts and/or community development
  • Education qualifications such as Certificate IV Training and Assessment or other relevant qualification (e.g. teaching, facilitating) is seen as desirable however not a requirement
  • Knowledge and understanding of issues in health education, particularly road safety

Job Offer

Please note prior to starting this role, you will be required to complete or provide the following:

  • Current Drivers Licence (Australian)
  • National Police Check
  • Working with Children Check
  • Clean Driving History (no more than 6 demerit points accumulated in the past 3 years, no licence disqualifications, suspensions or cancellations)

If you believe you have the right skill set apply now.

Please note you will be required to complete an online questionnaire which also includes a Video response.

For a confidential conversation please contact Sally Joy or Mitchell Cave on 9954 2440.



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