Full-time, Fixed Term position until 31 December 2024
Salary Level HEW 9 + 17% Superannuation and Flexible Working Arrangements
Based at the Melbourne CBD campus but may be required to work and/or be based at other campuses of the University.
As a member of the Training Design, Development & Review team in the ADLCRMIT project, the Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement Officer will assist the Joint Logistics Command of the Australian Defence Force. The ADLC will have a maturing scope to support the design, development, delivery and management of all Joint logistics training, through the provision of training services.
The role requires collaboration with other governance teams across the College to deliver timely governance reports on critical metrics and continuous improvement initiatives that align with ASQA's Standards for RTOs.
To be successful in this position, you'll have:
Expert knowledge in vocational education regulatory and quality frameworks, audit processes, risk identification and management, and external compliance requirements such as ASQA and Defence policy and SOPs, in particular Defence Enterprise Learning Policy (DELP) and the System Approach to Defence Learning (SADL).
Expertise identifying, assessing, and reporting on VE quality and compliance requirements to internal and external governance bodies including knowledge of RMIT's Academic Quality Management model and RMIT systems.
Experience leading a team and collaborating with others to manage responses to external regulators and internal governance bodies within required time frames.
Highly developed diagnostic, analytical and organisational skills applied to compliance in a VE context.
Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills with demonstrated capability in communicating complex concepts and developing reports.
Ability to forge collaborative relationships across organisational boundaries and to connect and work with diverse teaching and professional staff to maintain positive, productive relationships that influence improvements in SADL teaching quality and compliance.
Please Note: Appointment to this position is subject to being an Australian Citizen and subject to passing a Working with Children check, National Police Check and Australian Defence Security Clearance.
About the College of Vocational Education
The purpose of RMIT's College of Vocational Education is to empower learners and our industry, community and government partners to succeed in the new world of work. Our five-year strategic roadmap, ALiVE@RMIT, purposefully guides everything we do in vocational education to deliver our vision: to position RMIT as a leading multi-sector provider with global impact and influence.
Led by our Deputy Vice Chancellor, the College of VE is reimagining how we deliver vocational education to create unique experiences for our students and partners, so we can:
lead in practice-based learning
empower learners for the future of work
engage industry and community at scale
grow for impact and influence
The College of VE is delivering impact through transformation that creates long-term change.
About the Australia Defence Logistics College
Joint Logistics Command (JLC) has undertaken an innovative approach to enable the development of Logistics personnel across the Defence Logistics Enterprise. The strategic partnership with RMIT University has now commenced and this action has culminated in the establishment of the Australian Defence Logistics College (ADLC). The ADLC will have a maturing scope to support the design, development, delivery and management of all Joint logistics training, through the provision of training services.
Please submit your CV and covering letter addressing your interest and suitability for this position by clicking on the ‘ ' link at the top of this page.
For further information about this position, please see the Position Description hyperlinked below or contact Diana via email [email protected]
Position Description - Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement Officer
3 Dec 2023 11.59 pm
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