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Cire Children's Services

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At Cire Services we are always looking for talent. If you have something extraordinary to offer we’d like to hear from you. Drop a letter to our email letting us know what you could bring to our team.

Current Positions available

Community House Manager

Cire Service Inc is an advanced community based not for profit organisation with its base at Yarra Junction. Cire provides a broad range of services within the Yarra Ranges covering Accredited and Pre-accredited Training Program, Childcare Services and Independent Secondary Schooling.

Cire is a child safe organisation.

The role:

The role of Community House Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management and financial oversight of programs and activities including leisure, social and learning opportunities for individuals and groups, based on community needs. The role will develop and maintain strong working relationships with the local community, staff, volunteers and other community organisations to further develop the community house. The Community House Manager will need to work collaboratively, be supportive and professional within diverse and multi-faceted client groups.

This is a part-time position, 22.8 hours per week.

About you:

The successful applicant would ideally be:

  • Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline such as health, education, welfare or human services;
  • Demonstrated people management experience, preferably within the community sector;
  • Have a well-developed ability to work with diverse populations and within a broad range of community and public partners and stakeholders;
  • Highly developed communication skills, including skills in facilitation, negotiation and conflict resolution;
  • Demonstrated experience in financial management including budget development and monitoring, financial analysis and reporting;
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills, including demonstrated computer skills;
  • Ability to identify community needs and to plan, develop, monitor and evaluate high-quality programs and activities to meet those needs;
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively consult with the community;
  • Strong organisational and administrative skills, including demonstrated computer skills;

Employment is subject to a satisfactory police check and Victorian Working with Children Check.

To discuss the role in more detail please contact Anna-Louise Allen, Executive Manager Education and Training on 0419 370 542

Community House Manager – Position Description

Please apply by sending your resume, and cover letter, addressing the key selection criteria, to jobs@cire.org.au

Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted.

Casual Bus Drivers

Cire Service Inc is an advanced community based not for profit organisation with its base at Yarra Junction. Cire provides a broad range of services within the Yarra Ranges covering Accredited and Pre-accredited Training Program, Childcare Services and Independent Secondary Schooling.

Cire is a child safe organisation.

The role:

Our bus driver provides a critical role in helping safely transport students to Cire Services before and after school. Duties include transporting passengers in line with organisational needs, monitoring the behaviour of passengers, maintain compliance with Bus Safety Legislation and general maintenance of buses (daily cleaning, fuel, etc).

About you:

The successful applicant will:

  • Hold a Current Victorian Drivers License and Accreditation Certificate.
  • Have a demonstrated high standard of driving skills
  • Have knowledge of Bus Safety Act
  • Have the ability to manage own time with demonstrated ability to work unsupervised.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the provision of community-based programs.

Being a child safe organisation, employment is subject to a satisfactory police check and Victorian Working with Children Check.

Please apply by sending your resume, and cover letter, addressing the key selection criteria within the position description, to jobs@cire.org.au  Applications close 15th April 2018.

POSITION DESCRIPTION 

Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted.

Coordinator - VET Pathways

Coordinator – VET Pathways

Cire Service Inc is an advanced community based not for profit organisation with its base at Yarra Junction. Cire provides a broad range of services within the Yarra Ranges covering Accredited and Pre-accredited Training Program, Childcare Services and Independent Secondary Schooling.

Cire Community School is a Year 7-12 registered independent secondary school which delivers the Victorian F-10 Curriculum and the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) in a community-based setting. Cire has two campuses located at Yarra Junction and Mt Evelyn.

Cire Training is a Registered Training Organisation which supports the VET component of VCAL in addition to delivering VET to the Yarra Ranges Community.

The role:

The Coordinator VET Pathways will lead within both an RTO and school-based setting that supports some of the most vulnerable and marginalised young people residing in the Yarra Ranges region.

Reporting to the Executive Manager Education and Training, with the support of the Community School Principal, the Coordinator VET Pathways is responsible for:

  • Supporting students to complete their courses as per their Training Plans and course schedules;
  • Developing and deliver courses in accordance with Training Packages and industry requirements;
  • Ensuring students and employers satisfaction benchmarks are met or exceeded;
  • Maintaining accurate student and course records and complete all required reporting;
  • Develop VCAL/VET training programs aligned to VRAQ/AQTF qualifications;

About you:

The successful applicant will be working with a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about engaging people in education, who may face challenges and barriers to learning.

Ideally you will:

  • Be tertiary qualified in teaching and hold VIT registration
  • Have experience working with youth and adults with complex issues
  • Enjoy working as part of a team
  • Be creative in the design and delivery of learning programs that are hands-on and are tailored to individual students’ needs and interests.
  • Possess a high level of organisational and time management skills,
  • Possess high level written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to resolve conflict situations
  • Have extensive knowledge and experience in delivering VCAL/VET programs

The successful applicant will be available to start Term 2 2018,

Employment is subject to satisfactory criminal history and Victorian Working with Children Checks/VIT Registration. Cire is a child safe organisation.

To discuss the role in more detail please contact Anna-Louise Allen on 0419 370 542

Please apply by sending your resume, and cover letter, addressing the key selection criteria within the position description, to jobs@cire.org.au

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted.

Trainer and Assessor Positions (various industries)

ABOUT CIRE

Cire Training is the adult training and education arm of Cire Services.

Cire Training is a well respected Learn Local registered training organisation (RTO) which has been delivering quality training to the community for over 30 years to students who want to learn.

We are looking for passionate trainers to join our education team on fixed term contracts with anticipated commencement dates throughout February 2018.

Cire is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds.

Cire Services is a child safe employer.

ABOUT THE JOBS

Cire Training has several openings for fixed term contract trainers to deliver and assess in:

Please click the course name for each position description

Plus casual pre-accredited training programs in career planning, study skills and taster programs

ABOUT YOU

You are passionate and highly motivated. You have a TAE40110 or TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, 12 months experience in training/assessment and 5 years working in a relevant industry.  Days can be flexible to suit your schedule.

In addition, you will have:

  • Strong organisational skills
  • Adherence to all policies and procedures, in particular, OHS
  • Timely management of all student and Cire training files and documents precisely and efficiently
  • Ability to respond to a diverse student cohort in a manner that reflects Cire Services’ values and relevant legislation
  • Ability to write training and assessment documents an advantage
  • Experience using Moodle Learning Management System an advantage

HOW TO APPLY

Send your cover letter and resume listing qualifications, experience and address the key selection criteria from the position description.

The successful applicant must hold an employee status Working With Children Check or be willing to undertake, and possess a clean criminal record.

Please note only successful applicants will be contacted.

Applications close 5pm Friday 12th January 2018.

Email to: jobs@cire.org.au

Early Childhood Education and Care Educator

Profile

Cire Family and Children’s Services operates child care services across four sites; encompassing long day care, pre-school and out of school hours care.

We have two main campuses located in the beautiful Yarra Valley, east of Melbourne, in Yarra Junction and Mt Evelyn which offer long day care and pre-school. Cire is a child safe organisation and Equal Opportunity employer.

The Job

A rare opportunity to work in a values’ based community childcare service. Diploma qualified staff are required to support the growth of the service at the Mt Evelyn service. The successful applicant will be working with a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about engaging with young people in a natural care setting.

About You

Ideally, you will have experience working with children from the ages of six weeks to six years old.

You will hold a minimum diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care [ECEC] or equivalent, the full suite of first aid, CPR, asthma and anaphylaxis as well as food handlers certificate

You must have a current employee status Working With Children Check.

Work collaboratively with your peers to deliver high-quality learning experiences for children based on Cire philosophy and have a full and thorough understanding of the National Laws and Regulations.

The successful applicant will be available to start immediately

How to Apply

Forward your cover letter and resume listing qualifications, experience and address the key selection criteria from the position description.

Applicants must address the key selection criteria of the position description to be considered. The position description can be found below or requested by email.

Position Description – Early Childhood Education and Care Educator

Only shortlisted applicants will be responded to.

Application as soon as possible

Email to: jobs@cire.org.au