Community Education Jobs

Part Time Position: Independent Contractor 

Remuneration: $2500 per month

Cooperative Learning Ltd (CLL), comprising 15 Community Colleges, is an exciting experiment in collaboration between regional NSW training providers. CLL is a model for collaboration which enhances business development and builds capacity for the individual members. We are seeking an experienced candidate who shares our Collaboration values, and is willing to help further our ongoing commitment to building an innovative future. The location of the candidate is flexible and would ideally be within easy access to one of the member colleges.

The Role

The Purpose of the role is to provide Coordination Services to support the membership. This is a role that requires variable hours subject to activity.

  • Project management of the NSW Department of Industry/NSW Training Market (ACE) Teaching and Leadership Program funded for January-June 2018
  • Coordinate and facilitate F2F Professional Development forums for Executive Officers and Senior Managers
  • Identify and actively pursue funding opportunities
  • Identify and implement Strategic Projects, which will benefit the Member Colleges.

To be successful in this role you must have [specific requirements]:

  1. knowledge and experience of the Vocational and Adult Community Education sector
  2. Demonstrated success in building rapport with a wide range of people and in monitoring and delivering services which meet customer requirements.
  3. Experience of working with government funding divisions and or knowledge of
  4. The ability to work flexibly to meet contract demands.
  5. The ability to address and meet focus capabilities as stated in the Position Description.

Your application for this role must include:

  • A resume, including evidence that you meet the specific requirements of the position.
  • Contact details of 2 referees.

If you require assistance with the application process, or have any enquiries about the position, please contact Valerieanne Byrnes , v.byrnes@pmcc.edu.au