Box Hill Institute is composed of Box Hill Institute (BHI) and the Centre for Adult Education (CAE). We are leading education providers with strong reputations for delivering high quality educational outcomes.
To maintain our reputation and achieve our strategic goals we need a workforce full of energetic and forward thinking people. If you are enthusiastic and resilient, with a strong customer and commercial focus, then join our team. At BHI you will work with great people in a challenging and dynamic environment, as we work together to continually improve our business.
About the role:
Box Hill Institute is recruiting staff to work for their Corrections Education Project, located at Dhuringile Prison, near Shepparton. This role will involve direct contact with prisoners (students).
The Teacher will provide innovative course materials and excellent teaching delivery to students within Corrections Victoria’s sites to support student success in courses and thereby improve their employment or educational pathways. The position reports to the Site Manager and is responsible for liaising with students, relevant industry groups, community services providers and employees of the BHI at all levels.
The Corrections Education Project provides delivery of nationally accredited education/industry based programs in a number of Victorian Prisons.
The following video has been produced by Corrections Victoria and is about careers as a prison officer. This role is different because it is as a Teacher and the incumbent will be employed by Box Hill Institute, however the video will give you some insight into working in a prison - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sTt8SWl75w&feature=emb_logo.
Your skills and experience
Applicants must hold a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116). Currency in the following two units, Control Traffic with Stop/Slow Bat and Implement Management Plan.
You will need to provide or be willing to obtain a current National Police Records Check, a Working with Children Check, evidence of your entitlement to work in Australia, and certified copies of your qualifications.
Like to know more? If you have questions about this role, please contact Ross Graham at R.Graham@boxhill.edu.au.
Applications close: 9am, Tuesday 1 December 2020
Box Hill Institute is a child safe and equal opportunity employer. We value diversity in our workforce and encourage people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply for our vacancies.
Box Hill Institute reserves the right to withdraw an advertised position at any stage.