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Working for TAFE Queensland East Coast

Working for TAFE


Teaching at TAFE Queensland East Coast

TAFE Queensland teachers deliver educational excellence by encouraging and mentoring students to help them succeed in their chosen industry.

With flexible delivery options, training can take place in workplaces, in virtual classrooms, online and in state-of-the-art training facilities such as restaurants, workshops, simulators and salons.

Teachers also contribute to developing training packages in consultation with industry to ensure programs continue to meet contemporary workforce requirements.

Appointments may be made on a full-time, part-time, permanent, temporary or casual basis.

To be eligible to become a TAFE Queensland teacher you must:

  • be able to demonstrate vocational competency at least to the level of the training package being delivered
  • possess current industry skills relevant to the teaching position, and
  • hold a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) or be willing to obtain the qualification.

Job opportunities and current vacancies

Advertised positions can be found on Seek.

Submit your resume

To apply for a casual or short-term vacancy, please submit a comprehensive resume indicating your qualifications, skills, abilities and experience. Please indicate the location you are interested in working at and your availability.

Your application will be kept on file, and should any vacancies arise matching your skills and experience you may be contacted to provide further information.

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Contractor and Tenant Induction

TAFE Queensland is a member of the Safety Leadership at Work program making the health and safety of people working, learning or visiting any of our premises our top priority.

Before any contractor or tenant commences work at TAFE Queensland East Coast they will need to complete a General Induction and a Site Specific Induction.

The Contractor and Tenant General Induction can be found at this link. This general induction ensures that tenants and contractors are aware of their WHS obligations before commencing work. It includes information and questions to answer. Upon completion of this induction participation will be recorded on our Contractor and Tenant Induction Register.

The Site Specific Induction is undertaken by our Facilities Manager / Co-ordinator at specific premises prior to work commencing. This site specific induction ensures that contractors and tenants are aware of the specific location based WHS hazards and safety concerns. If contractors or tenants are working across multiple locations they will be required to undertake a site specific induction for each location.

Nothing in TAFE Queensland East Coast's induction process may be construed as implying or suggesting that the contractor or tenant is in anyway released or absolved from fully complying with all its statutory obligations of common law.

Please note it is a requirement that Contractor and Tenant General Induction and Site Specific inductions are undertaken annually.