About the role
Teacher key responsibilities:
To design and deliver the following computer courses as required:
- Deliver 2x 20 hours Beginners Computers training program a year in alternate terms (term 1 & 3) on Mondays (we have existing resources/student handouts but would expect the teacher is able to adapt lessons to suit students with varying learning needs).
- Design and deliver 2x 20 hours hour training programs a year on Mondays: Office IT & Sales technology training to students & volunteers, including the development of training resources as needed. This course will be run in term 2 & 4. This course would include training on Word, Outlook and Excel, and some training units on using EFTPOS and cash register technology, ipads, copier, scanner, and phone tech as well as basic trouble shooting
- Completion of attendance sheets and routine course paperwork as required
- Completion of PQF course planning paperwork & participation for each course in annual course review workshop and preparation of materials
- Operating from a social model of education which makes all participants feel valued and included
- Finding a replacement instructor if you are unable to attend, or letting the students and SPCC know in advance
- Invoicing SPCC each term
- Supervision of volunteer assistant teachers as required
Other IT training and reponsibilities.
Planning & Delivery of other Ipad, iphone and private tuition as required. Some routine software updates. Informing IT tech and management if any repairs or maintenance is required.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Neighbourhood Houses and Adult Community Education Centres Collective Agreement 2016. Teacher classification. Casual contract position. $45-$50 per hour dependant on experience.
Hours: Minimum of 2 hours a week for 40 weeks. Extra hours for project or maintenance work as required.
Key selection Criteria
- Experience designing and teaching computer courses, tablets and other devices for all skill levels
- Experience designing & training students to use office equipment and sales technology
- Excellent writing, communication & course design skills
- Commitment to teaching from a social model of education which makes all participants feel valued and included
- Ability to self-teach and willingness to embrace new technology and teaching methods
- Punctuality and reliability
Application deadline: 23 September. Must be available start by end of September.
For further information: Contact Kate Kelly on email@example.com or call 03 9645 1476
About the organisation
Since 1986 SouthPort Community Centre (formerly Port Melbourne Neighbourhood Centre) has provided a broad range of accessible social, lifelong learning and community development programs – including English, literacy, art, information technology, parenting, work and life skills – to a diverse community. These programs help participants manage daily life, deal with disability, overcome disadvantage and social isolation towards employment, education, and social inclusion. SPCC has been recognised for providing outstanding & innovative educational programs to disadvantaged communities – receiving Learn local awards in 2015 & 2016. These SPCC initiatives and programs facilitate an active citizenship and a stronger, resilient and more inclusive community.
How to apply for this role
Email a cover letter addressing key selection criteria and resume to Kate Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org by the due date.
Successful applicants will be expected to undergo a police check.
Enquiries contact Kate Kelly on 039645 1476
Please quote in application: Computer IT Teacher via Pro Bono Australia.