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Vet Lecturer / Workplace Assessor - Horticulture / Conservation & Land Management

Charles Darwin University - Australia,

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Apply your comprehensive industry experience to deliver competency-based training within a university setting.

We are a new world university. Like our namesake, Charles Darwin, we think differently. We innovate, embrace change, challenge conventions and look for better ways. We’re not about tradition or legacy, privilege or exclusivity. We care about people as individuals, and about our wider society. We’re about what we can give to the world, rather than what we take. We cannot build a new world without diversity of thought, so we bring together people with unique perspectives in an inclusive and supporting learning environment to help them connect, discover and grow. This is the CDU difference.

As VET Lecturer / Workplace Assessor – Horticulture / Conservation & Land Management, your focus will be on training, customer service and student administration for our current students/apprentices/trainees.

You will deliver training whilst working under the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and VET Quality Framework to the competency standards of the Agriculture / Horticulture / Conservation and Land Management (AHC) Training Package and industry requirements.

Training will be provided via blended delivery options including face-to-face, mixed mode, workplace based, professional short courses, external and online delivery. In addition, you will contribute to growing the business and anticipating and responding to industry training requirements.

Successful candidates will have strong skills in the areas of horticultural hard and/or soft landscaping, turf installation and maintenance, tree felling, chainsaws operation, pruning trees and shrubs, tractors, mowers, machinery operation and hand tools, irrigation, chemical knowledge and application, four-wheel drive operations, plant, soils, pests and fauna management and identification, nursery operations and/or fire management in Northern Australia.

Completion of a Certificate III level qualification (or higher) in Horticulture or Conservation (or a related discipline) is essential, as is a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) with subsequent relevant work experience will support your application.