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SEEKING: Teacher for Employability Skills (Civil Construction Labourer)

Posted October 8, 2021

Prace is seeking an experienced & dedicated teacher of employability & employment skills to teach a new course, Employability Skills: Civil Construction Labourer

Join our dynamic team, passionate about helping students to change their lives through adult education. The role requires a dedicated professional who is committed to maximising student engagement and learning outcomes, giving students the best opportunity to secure employment with our civil construction partner.

Teaching Details:

  • 3 weeks, starting November 8th (health directions permitting)
  • 9.30am to 3.00pm each Monday to Wednesday
  • Potential for additional teaching in 2022
  • To be delivered in Mernda and Donnybrook

Course content includes: Communication Skills, Conflict Resolution, Basic OH&S, Understanding Workplace Plans, Interview Skills


Submit your resume and address all selection criteria below.  Email to libby@prace.vic.edu.au



  • Extensive experience demonstrating competency in teaching employability and employment skills.
  • Excellent IT and digital literacy skills including use of Microsoft Word, Google Suite, Zoom, email etc.
  • Experience teaching flexible and inclusive curriculum that meets a range of student learning styles and needs
  • Engaging teaching style that maximises student engagement
  • Demonstrated ability to follow set administrative systems and meet deadlines
  • Working with children check
  • Double COVID-19 vaccinated


  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) or equivalent
  • Experience working with young people (17 to 24-year olds) as well as mature students.


PRACE is committed to equal opportunity in education, employment and welfare for staff and students.


PRACE intentionally promotes and protects the interests and safety of children, and a child-safe environment for all children and young people in its care.

This will be achieved by:

  • having a zero tolerance for child abuse
  • working to actively listen to and empower children
  • having systems to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and responding to them consistently in line with the organisation’s policies and procedures
  • being committed to promoting cultural safety for Aboriginal children, cultural safety for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability
  • engaging only the most suitable people to work with children along with providing high quality supervision and professional development.

Position Description – Employability Skills Teacher 2021 Civil Construction.pdf