SEE Trainer

Location Other Locations
Job Type Permanent
Reference Ad-25802

About Us 

MTC is a social enterprise that enables people to overcome barriers on their path to meaningful work. We do this through the employment, mentoring and training programs we deliver. 

Each year we support over 20,000 people across NSW, ACT and QLD that are vulnerable and experiencing disadvantage with new skills, confidence and opportunities. 

About the Role 

MTC has an exciting opportunity for a SEE Trainer to join our Education & Training team at Parramatta.

Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) is a government-funded employment and training program. It provides eligible job seekers with language, literacy, numeracy, job-search, and digital literacy training, to help improve their skills in English for use at work or in their studies. 

The SEE Trainer will deliver successful training to eligible participants referred to the SEE Program and comply with all ASQA (Australian Skills Quality Authority) and Department of Employment & Workplace Relations (DEWR) requirements in relation to student files, policies and procedures. 

You will be responsible for: 

  • Engaging classes in line with SEE Training timetables, always providing supervision for participants. 
  • Adhering to all requirements regarding participants undertaking Work Experience Kit. 
  • Ensuring participants always adhere to DEWR Client Code of Conduct and Privacy Notice. 
  • Ensuring necessary provisions are made for participants with special needs. 
  • Maintaining administrative requirements including but not limited to: attendance, suspensions, withdrawals, reengagements, incidents/complaints, etc. 
  • Conduct pre-training assessment (PTA) with participants of the program.
  • Ensuring adherence to all set rules, policies, and procedures of MTC and compliance with applicable regulatory standards and contractual requirements. 

About You 

To be considered for this position, you will need to demonstrate the following requirements: 

  • Knowledge of LLN (Language Literacy and Numeracy) adult teaching methodologies. 
  • Knowledge of Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).
  • An undergraduate degree of at least three years’ duration. 
  • A recognised specialist post-graduate TESOL or equivalent qualification. 
  • Practicum experience in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) or Adult Literacy/Numeracy in the last three years.  
  • Digital literacy skills and the capacity to train others in this area. 
  • Create a positive and comfortable learning environment. 
  • Deliver interesting and engaging lessons. 
  • Accurately complete administrative duties and tasks. 
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (highly desirable). 

Why Choose Us 

At MTC, you will have the opportunity to become a positive and lasting influence on someone’s life.  

We are an equal opportunity employer, and at MTC, you will be working in a diverse and inclusive environment. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with lived experience of disability are welcome and strongly encouraged to apply. If there are reasonable adjustments to a recruitment process, role, or your work environment to help you, let us know. 

Our core values of empathy, innovation, collaboration, and achievement, create a customer-centric culture that empowers us to do what it takes for our customers to know that they matter.  

We also offer: 

  • Salary packaging and incentives 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Career and development opportunities 
  • Education Assistance Program 
  • Recognition and reward scheme 
  • Paid Parental leave 
  • Two Me Days annually 

Now is the time to act and be rewarded by making a difference to your community. To learn more about MTC and our opportunities, go to 

How to Apply 

Applications are being reviewed as they are received, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible with a resume and cover letter. 

As part of our commitment to the safety of the children and vulnerable communities we work with, you will be required to undergo a Police Clearance (conducted by MTC) and maintain a valid Working with Children Check (funded by you).