A regional lifestyle.
There's nothing quite like it!
Trade in the city life and become a local.
Have you ever found yourself sitting in City traffic dreaming of the open road, astounding views of nature whilst having the perfect work-life balance? Don't let the clock tick by and make the move to one of our beautiful regional locations.
Ask any local and they'll tell you that there's nothing quite like a regional lifestyle. The promise of more balance, where the five minute drive to work leaves you enough time in the day to enjoy nature, exercise, and spending time with those who matter most - our family and friends.
Whatever region you choose, you'll be welcomed with open arms by the friendly residents who will make you feel right at home. From sporting and hobby clubs, live music, arts and events, shopping, cafes, restaurants and local attractions, you'll find everything you need just a stone's throw away from home.
So, make the move and become part of a safe and thriving community.
Live in a regional area with a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, yet have access to all the services, infrastructure, shopping and entertainment you’ll ever need.
Central Regional TAFE offers something for everyone, whether it be a new adventure or a new opportunity. Have the ability to accelerate your career and escape the hustle and bustle of big city life, enjoy a healthy work-life balance and gain more family time with the open spaces of regional living.
Who we are.
Join a team of passionate individuals and help make a difference at one of Western Australia’s top education providers.
Central Regional TAFE delivers industry-aligned training and pathways to higher education to help build a skilled, employment-ready workforce. Every year we deliver over 185 courses to 10,000 students across the Midwest, Gascoyne, Goldfields and Wheatbelt regions.
We are committed to providing top-quality education and training and preparing our students with real-life experience to step into a successful and rewarding future. Maintaining strong industry links and working towards community success are two key focuses of the institute.
Why work for CRTAFE?
We strive to attract and retain committed, engaged and highly skilled people whose values align with ours. If you share a passion for quality and accessible education and training, you'll find working with us to be a rewarding experience.
At Central Regional TAFE our focus is to create a supportive and collaborative team environment, and we are committed to ongoing development and support of staff as they build their careers.
Make a difference
Use your skills and expertise to educate, encourage and mentor the next generation of specialists in your industry. We're looking for passionate industry experts who want to strive for educational excellence and know that education can change people's lives for the better.
Hear from our team.
‘What I love most is the staff and students. I’ve worked at CRTAFE for a while and moved through different roles. This has helped me learn a lot both personally and professionally and I have grown. Every single new intake of students brings different challenges which forces me to come out my comfort zone, so they’re not only growing but so am I’.
Michelle Harvey Lecturer - Accounting and Bookkeeping
We are committed to growing a talented and skilled workforce that is culturally diverse. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, young people, mature people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Appointments to a lecturing or non-lecturing position can be made on a permanent, full-time/part-time or fixed-term contract with the possibility of a further term or permanency. Casual positions also become available from time-to-time.
Employment at Central Regional TAFE is subject to:
- Obtaining a satisfactory Department of Education National Police History Check clearance
- Obtaining a Working with Children (WWC) check (where required for the role)
- Meeting citizenship/residency or visa requirements
In order to be considered for a permanent position, you must be an Australian citizen, Australian resident, or be a New Zealand citizen with unrestricted working rights.
To be considered for a fixed-term contract position, you must be a temporary resident with a valid working visa.
Casual candidates are encouraged to apply for positions within their current locations. Relocation and/or housing benefits are not applicable with these roles.
- Salary range of $76,204 - $102,211
- 8 weeks' paid leave
- Salary packaging / sacrifice facility
- Paid lecturer training and professional development opportunities
- Work-life balance via flexible work arrangements
- Weekday hours
- Thirteen weeks paid long service leave after 7 years
- Health and wellbeing activities
- Access to an Employee Assistance Program
- Relocation assistance*
- Subsidised housing*
Prior lecturing experience is not required.
*Housing and relocation allowances are subject to availability and location.
Do I need to be an experienced lecturer?
No lecturing experience is necessary. We are seeking expressions of interest from applicants with more than five years’ current experience in their industry of expertise.
Do I need to have any qualifications to become a lecturer?
To be eligible to become a CRT Lecturer you must be able to demonstrate current vocational competency (broad industry knowledge and experience) at least to the level of the training package / qualification you will be delivering.
Lecturers are required to hold the TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment as a minimum. If you already have the qualification, fantastic! However, we will assist you to obtain your qualification if you don’t have it yet.
What areas do lecturers teach in?
The opportunities are endless! It could be anything from traditional trades like construction or plumbing to engineering, IT, hairdressing, health, marketing, cookery or teaching English as a second language. Check out the list of courses delivered at the campus you would like to work at.
Coordinator Education & Training Programs(opens in a new tab) (Northam)
Level 5, $90,047 - $98,994 pa, PSCSAA
Fixed Term - Full Time
Closes 4pm Wednesday 7 December
Lecturer Fitting & Machining(opens in a new tab) (Kalgoorlie)
Grade 1-9, $76,204 - $102,211 pa, LGA
Permanent - Full Time
Closes 4pm Friday 20 January, 2023
Lecturer Beauty Therapy(opens in a new tab) (Kalgoorlie)
Grade 1-9, $76,204 - $104,211 pa, LGA
Permanent - Full Time
Closes 4pm Friday 20 January, 2023
How to apply
Applications for any role at Central Regional TAFE are only accepted via the Jobs WA website.
Follow the links above to be directed to the application portal for that vacancy. If you don't see a position that suits you, complete the Interested in becoming a lecturer form below to submit your interest.
Non-lecturing/ General Employment
These positions support the organisation across various areas including Finance, Human Resources, Client Services, Student Support, Marketing, and more. For current vacancies and to apply visit the Jobs WA website. If you don't see a position that suits you, click here to submit your interest.
Interested in becoming a lecturer?
Complete the form below to be added to our lecturing pool. This will help us to keep you in mind when an opportunity becomes available in your area of specialisation. Please note: This is not a job application and may only be used for short term casual positions.
To formally apply for the current open Lecturer Pool across all industries and campuses, please visit one of the links above or the Jobs WA website.