Seeking Casual Auslan Tutor/s

Seeking expressions of interest from qualified Auslan tutors to provide individualised classes to deaf and hard of hearing children, young people and their families in a variety of community and home-based situations in Melbourne.
• Tutoring and supporting deaf and hard of hearing young people at different stages of life
• Removing barriers and enhancing skills and opportunities
• Casual Melbourne based roles available

Do you want to work for an organisation that really cares about changing young people’s lives and achieving positive outcomes? If so this may be the perfect role for you.
We need Auslan Tutors to join our progressive and passionate team. You will work with deaf and hard of hearing children and young people and their families to develop individual learning plans and provide tutoring and support in Auslan.

Our goals are to work with deaf and hard of hearing children and young people so they experience:
• Increased self-esteem and positive relationships and connections within the community;
• Better educational outcomes and employment opportunities; and
• Age appropriate educational, social and emotional development.
We also support young people so they have the knowledge, skills and confidence to achieve their own wellbeing and feel safe and supported in their family, school and community.

The ideal candidate must have:
• Tertiary qualification in youth work, Education, Certificate IV Workplace Training and Assessment or similar and/or relevant work history and experience.
• Qualified interpreter with NATTI level 2 Auslan or high-level proficiency (native users preferred)
• Demonstrated customer service skills with a commitment to ensuring a positive and professional customer experience
• Must act as an effective Deaf role model for families and their deaf or hard of hearing child or young person.
• Capacity to facilitate and engage in client group work, such as workshop presentations
• A genuine interest in the development of young people and children
• Strong organisational skills with an ability to effectively plan work, whilst demonstrating the flexibility to meet individual client needs
• Ability to work independently
• Knowledge of hearing loss, particularly in relation to young people
• A knowledge of Deaf community and culture
• A current Victorian Drivers Licence
• A current Working with Children check and Police check

This is an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic and supportive Tutors to join an organisation with a team who really cares and has a genuine interest in our clients.
If this sounds like you, please apply, addressing the key selection criteria listed and send it with your resume to or contact Russell Flynn if you have any questions on 0449 954 678.

DCA actively encourages D/deaf and hard of hearing people to apply.

Applications close 5pm on 29 August.

Deaf Children Australia is a Child Safe organisation with zero tolerance for abuse and neglect of children and young people.

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