OTEN is looking for part-time casual teachers of community services with experience in AOD and/or mental health. Opportunities for off-site marking may also be available.
Part-time Casual/Contract Teachers of Community Services
Location: OTEN Strathfield
- Note: As a minimum teaching qualification, Teachers must hold the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110). From 1 July 2014, all new teachers will be required to have completed the module Address Adult LLN Skills (TAELLN411) from the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
- Relevant qualifications at degree level or equivalent and experience working in a community services role in more than one of the following areas:
Mental Health, AOD, Community Development; Community Work; Welfare; Youth Work,
- A minimum of two years’ work in community services, at least part of which has been gained within the last 18 months, relevant to the AOD and/or mental health sector, and requiring a social justice framework of practice.
If eligible you would need to complete a short course called “Teaching by Distance” which aims to provide information specific to distance learners and an understanding of marking assessment tasks and providing feedback. There is no cost to this course and can be completed online/by distance.
Please forward a CV, copies of qualifications and any other relevant information to Leon Fernandes firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 9715-8456 if you have any questions.