Friday, 19 May 2017

Tauondi Incorporated,Compliance Officer Jobs in Australia



An application kit complete with position description must be downloaded from www.tauondi.sa.edu.au to apply.
Tauondi Aboriginal College is seeking a full-time Compliance Officer who will be responsible for accurate regulatory compliance, including development and maintenance of the RTO's accreditation with the AQF specifications, the standards for the National VET Regulator (NVR). Implement a systematic monitoring system to identify any compliance deficiencies, evaluate and recommend strategies to minimise the potential impact on Tauondi Aboriginal C
ollege. Develop training and assessment resources which are compliant and customised to suite Tauondi's students in collaboration with vocational trainers.
Tauondi Aboriginal College is an interdisciplinary teaching and training organisation governed by an elected Aboriginal Directors. Tauondi has been delivering accredited and non-accredited training to Aboriginal people for over 40 years by providing specifically designed training programs, delivered in a culturally appropriate learning environment. Tauondi continues to be a significant Aboriginal Community organisation in the SA Aboriginal Community.
Do you possess the following essential skills, attributes and capabilities to be a part of Tauondi's Compliance Team?
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Quality Standards and legislation including the NVR Act, Standards for RTO's 2015, WHS
  • Ability to deconstruct and apply regulations, standards and acts
  • Energy, innovation and self-motivation
  • 5 years+ extensive experience working within an educational setting (experience working within an RTO will be highly regarded)
  • Training and assessment resource development
  • Relevant higher level VET or tertiary qualification would be highly regarded in this role, including but not limited to
    • Adult Training and Assessment
    • Quality Systems Management
    • Relevant auditing qualification at Diploma level or higher
  • Ability to recognise where culturally appropriate change is needed and be proactive in addressing change
  • Ability to work autonomously and within a team environment.
Some work outside standard hours will be required. Salary is negotiable according to qualifications and experience. Educational Services (Port-Secondary Education) Award rates will be paid.  Position is for an initial contract for 12 month - demand driven extension may be available after 12 months.
Please provide a cover letter, a copy of your resume and a one page summary of your experience that addresses your ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS; Experience in similar roles in the past (see an application kit for details).
An application kit complete with position description must be downloaded from www.tauondi.sa.edu.au to apply. 
Applications are to be addressed to Training and Compliance Manager and may only be submitted by post or email.
By Sunday 4 June 2017.
We strongly encourage Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
Tauondi Aboriginal College

PO Box 409 PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015.OR
thr@tauondi.sa.edu.au
Tauondi Aboriginal College
PO Box 409 PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015.OR
thr@tauondi.sa.edu.au

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