- Location: Across: Tasmania TAS, New Town TAS
- Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
- Category: Animal Welfare
Typically 1 day a week; consisting of three or four 60 minute classes, plus set up and pack up of activities at your rostered school (8.30am – 3.00pm).
Type of work
- Education & Training
Full training and support & fully planned engaging programs
- Driver's Licence (C)
Working with vulnerable people registration*
- Relevant Tertiary Qualifications in Education or Vocational Education and Training
- Proven skills and experience in the facilitation and delivery of educational training programs to school-based learners.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to effectively communicate with a range of internal and external stakeholders.
- Proven ability to build strong, positive professional relationships, manage conflict and work cooperatively in a team environment.
- Exceptional administrative and organisational skills and demonstrated ability to plan, prioritise and organise self and workload to effectively and efficiently meet position purpose and accountabilities.
- Adequate computer skills
- An understanding and compassionate nature in regard to animals, children and members of the community.
Does this sound like you:
- Excited about making a significant change in animal welfare and the environment?
- Passionate about working in classrooms with children and looking for something rewarding to do with your free time?
- Have an education background or experience engaging with students in a classroom setting?
- Excellent presentation and communication skills whilst being fun and engaging?
If this sounds like you then get in touch!
We are now accepting applications from dynamic fun and engaging volunteers to join the Edu.Cat Team at Ten Lives. As a member of the team you will be provided with training, support and resources to deliver the Edu.Cat STEM Program in the classroom. Edu.Cat is an Australian first, statewide, Feline Education Program designed to create long-term social change in how people care for cats, the environment and members of our community.
To facilitate and deliver the Edu.Cat program to students in State, Catholic and Independent schools throughout Tasmania, in accordance with the program delivery guidelines and timeframes.
What we offer:
- Training and support
- Fully planned engaging programs
- Connections to schools throughout Tasmania
- A dynamic organisation that is focused on making a difference for cats, wildlife and communities in Tasmania
- We have a "yes we can" approach to all we do
- Cats and kittens to play with
- Fun, lots and lots of fun!