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Teacher Food Processing
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  • Salary dependent on qulifications and experience
  • Melbourne CBD and surrounding areas

William Angliss Institute is the Government endorsed specialist training provider for the foods, tourism, hospitality and events industries and is recognised as Australia’s leading provider of training for these key industry sectors. The Institute aims to provide excellent vocational education and training services for industry, students and government in Victoria, Australia and internationally.


An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and experienced Teacher to teach within the Industry Training Food Processing/Manufacturing area on a Casual basis.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide excellent teaching and assessment for the benefit of students, their employers and industry in the areas of:

                 FBP10117 Certificate I in Food Processing

                 FBP 20117 Certificate II in Food Processing

                 FBP 30117 Certificate III in Food Processing

  • Actively maintain and share current personal knowledge and skills in vocational industry practice and teaching/ pedagogy.
  • Participate in the Institute’s quality system, which is based on the, Standards Registered Training Organisations 2015 by maintaining familiarity with the overall standards and the requirements of the relevant regulatory authorities.

To be eligible to apply you must have:

  • Applicants require a vocational qualification in a relevant vocational area of Food Processing/ Manufacturing with approved industry experience.
  • Minimum teaching qualification as per the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015:

                  TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or its successor


                  TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment plus the following units:

                  (i) TAELLN411 (or its successor) or TAELLN401A, and

                  (ii) TAEASS502 (or its successor) or TAEASS502A or TAEASS502B,

  • Demonstrated ability and experience to plan, teach and assess specifically in Food Processing/Manufacturing units.
  • Ability to research and develop appropriate teaching materials and methods of assessment, and adapt delivery and assessment to meet student needs using appropriate technology in a diverse teaching environment
  • Knowledge of current trends in the Food Processing/Manufacturing related trade areas and a network of industry contacts.
  • Demonstrated behaviours that align with the William Angliss Institute Values

Application close date: Friday 23 August 2019 at 12pm.

How to Apply

Click on the “Apply for this job” link and submit the following documentation as part of your application:

  1. cover letter;
  2. resume; and
  3. document addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria (KSC)

Please note that only applications that address the KSC will be eligible for consideration. The KSC are located on page 4 of the position description.


Prevous applications need not apply.


For enquires regarding this role, please contact Kathy Majstorovic, Food Processing Coordinator for Centre of Food Trades and Culinary Arts:


William Angliss Institute is a Child Safe organisation and we therefore require all successful candidates for teaching positions and other identified roles to submit a Working with Children Check card prior to commencement of employment.          

The Institute is fully supportive of the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. Applications from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged.

A full list of employment opportunities with William Angliss Institute can be found at

For assistance applying online phone (03) 9606 2486.

Job Ref: EY000021
Submitted: 12-08-2019
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