Industry Trainer & Assessor

Job Description

This position could be Full-time, Casual or Contractor, depending on the suitable applicant.  Based in either Gladstone or Biloela.
We are looking for a qualified Trainer and Assessor with proven industry experience.  The successful candidate should have the ability to train some or most of the following qualifications:
Work Safely at Heights,  Enter and Work in a Confined Space, Gas Test Atmospheres, Work in Accordance with an Issued Permit, Working at Heights, Operate a Forklift, EWP under 11 metres, Chainsaw, and Standard 11, First Aid, CPR/LVR, Prepare to work safely in the Construction Industry (White Card), Conduct Skid Steer Loader Operations, Conduct Civil Construction Excavator Operations, Conduct Civil Front End Loader Operations, Operate a Gantry or Overhead Crane, Conduct Lifting Operations.   
Holding a High-Risk Assessor Licence for assessing Licence to Operate a Forklift and Operate a Boom Type EWP would be an advantage.
Reporting to the Manager, the Trainer and Assessor will be responsible for the professional delivery of nationally accredited and recognised training and compliance within the engaged industry.   
Day-to-day duties of the role will include:  
  • Deliver structured, relevant, and engaging training sessions to all learners and assist them in achieving their training objectives through assessments, observations and mentoring.  
  • Create, implement and manage individual training plans
  • Complete administrative duties and training documentation as required
Experience and knowledge required:  
  • TAE40116 – Certificate IV Training and Assessment
  • Ideally, 5+ years’ experience as a TAE Trainer/Assessor
  • Have industry currency, skills, knowledge and qualifications
  • Intermediate PC skills
  • Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal 
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Current Police Check and Working with Children’s check or willing to obtain
My Skills Institute is a subsidiary of Apprentices and Trainees Queensland, a 38-year-old Not-for-Profit Group Training Organisation. ATQLD is known for its expertise in facilitating the employment and mentoring of apprentices and trainees across the Central Queensland region.
If you believe you would be suitable for this position, please submit a resume and cover letter via our website:  
Workforce One by Code House
or email directly to: