Bendigo TAFE has over 500 teaching and support staff working on a full-time, part-time and casual basis across five campuses as well as corrections education centres at Loddon and Tarrengower Prisons and the Malmsbury Youth Justice Centre. With a diverse range of courses, students, campuses and delivery methods, the common characteristic of all our staff is their commitment to providing top outcomes for students and clients.
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Benefits of working at Bendigo TAFE
We support diversity, and practise and promote respect and support for individuals. We encourage all staff to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Benefits of working at Bendigo TAFE include:
- assistance with removal expenses for staff relocating from outside the region
- flexible working arrangements
- institute-wide gatherings and professional development days
- generous leave provisions
- salary packaging and salary sacrifice options
- financial support for study in addition to staff development and industrial release opportunities
- a strong focus on maintaining a safe and healthy working environment
- access to an externally provided confidential Employee Assistance Program
- a social club which hosts regular after work events throughout the year
support for a range of informal gatherings including the Biggest Morning Tea.
Staff development programs
Staff development is critical in maintaining both educational, professional and industry currency. We actively encourage the development of all staff and have a number of regular programs to support this:
- teacher mentor program for new staff who may have extensive industry experience but less teaching experience
- TAFE development centre programs
- industry release is a critical activity for maintaining professional standards and technical competence of our staff
- formal articulation arrangements with La Trobe University and Ballarat University.
Welcome to Bendigo
Bendigo is a vibrant contemporary regional centre, boasting beautiful streets created from one of the world’s greatest gold rushes. Visit the Bendigo Tourism website for more details on regional living.