Jobs at CIT

The Canberra Institute of Technology is a multi-discipline, multi-campus educational facility catering for the vocational, educational and training needs of the ACT and surrounding regions.

The CIT has a workforce of approximately 1000 staff working in a variety of different employment categories such as:

  • Teaching - from casual teaching to running a College
  • Administrative - from assisting students to managing a business unit
  • Professional - including Librarians or student counsellors
  • General staff - including chefs, estate staff, kitchen staff
  • Technical - assisting teachers in such areas as forensic science or horticulture

The Casual/Temporary employment registers are used to select staff for a specified period of time (maximum of 12 months) or for a specified task. Employment offered through the register/s is temporary in nature and may be full time or part time or casual work.

Please Note: CIT has two separate registers dependant on the duties to be undertaken (Teaching or General).

These registers expire in December of each year. To make sure you remain eligible for consideration, you will need to re-apply to our register/s annually.


Staff Vacancies - Permanent and Temporary


Temporary/Casual Employment Register (Teaching)

Applications are invited from experienced, energetic people to register for casual, part-time and short term temporary teaching employment at CIT. Successful applicants will be placed on registers and may be offered employment as vacancies occur.

Applications are encouraged from people who hold relevant vocational qualifications, industry competence and the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110). The Standards for RTOs 2015 (1.14 and 1.15) require all unsupervised trainers to hold the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) or its successor.

If applicants do not hold the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) on commencement they may be appointed as an individual working under the supervision of a trainer. From 1 January 2016 they must hold one of the following skill sets before commencing training delivery (in accordance with Standards for RTOs 2015, 1.18):

  • TAESS00007 Enterprise Trainer – Presenting Skill Set, or its successor; or
  • TAESS00008 Enterprise Trainer – Mentoring Skill Set, or its successor; or
  • TAESS00003 Enterprise Trainer and Assessor Skill Set, or its successor.

CIT's employment standards require individuals working under the supervision of a trainer to complete the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) within 12 months of their initial engagement as a casual employee.

If your industry experience is of particular value to CIT, the relevant teaching area may support you in gaining the TAESS00007 Enterprise Trainer – Presenting Skill Set, so you are eligible to work under the supervision of a trainer. You should contact the CIT Infoline on infoline@cit.edu.au who will connect you with the appropriate teaching area. Should your industry experience be required you will then be contacted to enrol in this skill set and will need to be deemed competent before the commencement of teaching duties.

Completed applications must include a current resume/CV and evidence of qualifications, and be sent to casualteaching@cit.edu.au.

Instructions: Download the application form by right clicking the link and selecting "Save as". Save the form and then complete it in your PDF viewer (Adobe Reader works best). Submit the form in PDF format along with your resume/CV to casualteaching@cit.edu.au.

To ensure successful submission of your form, please do not complete and submit the form through a web browser.

For further information contact CIT Human Resources CIT Human Resources casualteaching@cit.edu.au.

For information regarding disciplines taught at CIT, please visit cit.edu.au/courses.


Temporary/Casual Employment Register (General Staff)

Applications are invited from people who are interested in temporary employment as Administrative Service Officers, Professional Officers, Technical Officers or General Service Officers. The Temporary Employment Register is used to fill short term vacancies of up to three months.

The Temporary Employment Register expires in December each year. To remain on the register you are required to re-apply.

Please note that some roles such as Professional Officers require formal qualifications to be eligible to apply.

Instructions: Download the application form by right clicking the link and selecting "Save as". Save the form and then complete it in your PDF viewer (Adobe Reader works best). Submit the form in PDF format along with your resume/CV to CITtempemployment@cit.edu.au.

To ensure successful submission of your form, please do not complete and submit the form through a web browser.

Contact for further information: CIT Human Resources CITtempemployment@cit.edu.au

Completed applications must include a current resume/CV and be sent to:

Email: CITtempemployment@cit.edu.au


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