Jobs at CNLC

CNLC seeks an Executive Officer

On the corner of a busy intersection on Princes Street in inner suburban Melbourne lies the haven that is Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre Inc (CNLC). A Victorian house, recently repainted and refurbished, surrounded by a productive vegetable garden, a newly-created Indigenous garden, chooks, and an award-winning composting system.

Here, culturally and linguistically diverse people gather to socialise, to learn and to share. Here, our enthusiastic staff and volunteers connect people, promote equity and challenge disadvantage, and share our values of belonging, respect, resilience and integrity. Here, we advocate for community health, sustainability, and well-being.

This is CNLC, a not for profit Neighbourhood House, charitable organisation, Learn Local provider and Registered Training Organisation.

We are looking for a leader - an experienced and innovative leader - to be our Executive Officer, and guide CNLC through a period of growth.

For more information, and/or to apply, please go here

 

EAL teacher

We are a vibrant Neighbourhood House and Learning Centre, working with people of diverse backgrounds who live in Carlton and surrounding areas. CNLC reflects the needs and interests of the local community by offering nationally recognised training, preaccredited training, creativity and well being programs, community advocacy and referral and a wide range of community development activities. Programs are delivered at the centre and other local community spaces. EAL students are enrolled under SEE/AMEP/Skills First funding and attend classes for 3 days a week. We have a team teaching approach in each course.

We are seeking an EAL teacher for Term 4 2022 while the current teacher takes on another role. We need someone for either:

- 2 days per week to teach Certificate 2 in EAL (Access) between 9:30am and 3:00pm on Mondays and Tuesdays

or

- 2 days per week to teach Certificate 1 in EAL (Access) Wednesdays and Fridays.

Planning and assessments are shared with a team teacher.

Classification & pay rate: Teacher 2 Schedule 3 Part D (NHACE Collective Agreement 2016) casual

Position Description here.

Any queries, please call Sarah Deasey (Education Manager) on 9347 2739.

If you would like to apply, please submit your resume and expression of interest to Sarah Deasey on sarahd@cnlc.org.au

 

Pre-Accredited EAL Teachers

CNLC is also seeking teachers for our 2 pre-accredited EAL Courses in Term 4 2022 program. Pre-accredited courses are funded by the Victorian Department of Education and Training and focus on preparing disadvantaged learners for work and further study. There are 2 classes available on this day.

Our preference is for one teacher to cover the 2 sessions but applications for either session will be considered.

  • Language of Community Services 9:30am - 12:30pm
  • Speak with Confidence 1:00 - 3:00pm

Information on the Pre-accredited Quality Framework can be foundÔÇ»here.

Position Description here.

Any queries, please call Sarah Deasey (Education Manager) on 9347 2739.

If you would like to apply, please submit your resume and expression of interest to Sarah Deasey on sarahd@cnlc.org.au

Latest News

Management posisition vacant

 

Teaching positions vacant 

 

 

 

 

Donate now and support the community

Please note: donations are not tax deductible.

Donate Now

 

  

 

We now accept card payments                card payments accepted