The University of Melbourne has provided funds for a role offered by Rumbalara FNC. By establishing this position, both parties aim to advance the ASHE with student enrolments and curriculum development.
The Academy of Sport, Health and Education (ASHE) is an initiative to improve the education, health and employment outcomes for Indigenous people. The ASHE Co-ordinator will play a major role in overseeing the professional delivery of ASHE accredited training programs. This includes supporting the various ASHE teachers in the day-to-day requirements of course delivery and ensuring ASHE fulfils its reporting requirements with partner Registered Training Organisations (RTOs). A key aspect of the role is ensuring the continued development of ASHE as a rigorous but highly supportive learning hub for Indigenous people. Another major role will be to contribute to the Munarra Centre for Regional Excellence and in particular Munarra Academy Business model and Curriculum.
- A relevant tertiary qualification with substantial related experience or an equivalent combination of experience and training (minimum Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or other Certificate IV qualifications).
- Significant recent experience in the delivery of vocational education programs and development of individual learning plans. Understanding of the reporting requirements in a vocational education setting.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to delegate.
- Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and a proven ability to work with indigenous communities.
- Proven ability to build and maintain trust and motivation in young people.
- High level coordination, task management and contingency planning skills.
- Flexibility and energy to participate in a range of ASHE extracurricular activities including overnight camps.
- Demonstrates the tendency to contribute ideas and initiate new ways of working, shows enthusiasm for project work and special assignments.
- A professional approach, with the ability to regulate own behaviour, comprehend organisational structure and culture and act appropriately in the execution of duties.
- Displays a commitment to quality client service, values the supplying of accurate and timely information and relates to people from diverse backgrounds
Conditions of Employment are in accordance with the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010.
Salary includes 9.5% superannuation and 17.5% annual leave loading.
All staff employed by Rumbalara Football Netball Club are expected to perform their work in a manner consistent with the mission and practice framework of the organisation.
For more information, please contact Bradley Boon by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register your interest in the ASHE Coordinator position, please complete the form below before Friday 26 June 2020.