Careers at Community College Gippsland

We are a not-for-profit Registered Training Organisation that provides Nationally Recognised Training across a wide range of disciplines.

Operating campuses at Warragul, Leongatha and Pakenham, we employ staff in a wide variety of job roles that provide rewarding careers.

We offer flexibility, attractive salary packaging and professional development opportunities.

Trainers for 2022 - Aged Care, Agriculture, Beauty, Hair and Horticulture

(closes December 12, 2021)

Are you passionate about sharing your industry experience and supporting students to build the skills they need for the job they want?

Community College Gippsland (CCG) provides education and training that transforms lives and careers in the Gippsland region.

We are an inclusive, people-focused organisation anchored in our community, with small classes and a supportive approach to learning. Our purpose is to positively change lives and enhance social inclusion through education and training. We love what we do and think you will love working with us!

We are seeking highly skilled, enthusiastic, engaging trainers to provide quality training in:
•    Aged Care
•    Agriculture
•    Beauty
•    Hairdressing
•    Horticulture

These roles will commence in early 2022 as part-time positions, with room to grow as student demand increases. Trainers will primarily work from our Warragul Campus.

The successful applicants will have a can-do attitude, excellent communication, great industry experience and appropriate qualifications, including Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116).

To learn more, contact Julie Thomas, Director of Education and Training on 5622 6000, 9.00am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.

Applications must be submitted through Seek by Sunday 12 December 2021. Applications must include a cover letter, resume and response to the Key Selection Criteria.

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