Register your interest
TAFE Queensland currently employs over 5000 staff. We are the largest and most experienced provider of vocational education in the state, with a history of serving Queensland communities for more than 135 years.
We welcome anyone who is interested in joining the TAFE Queensland team to register their interest.
To apply for a casual or short-term vacancy please submit a comprehensive resume indicating your qualifications, skills, and experience. You should also state your area/s and location/s of interest and your availability.
Your application will be kept on file for 6-12 months. If any vacancies matching your skills and experience arise you may be contacted for further information.
Please note: that registering your interest does not automatically include your application in advertised vacancies. We recommend you check TAFE Queensland’s current opportunities regularly for any suitable positions. Alternatively you may sign up for job alerts via the Smartjobs website with an active, current account.
Submit your resume
TAFE Queensland is Queensland's largest, most experienced training provider. We deliver practical, industry-relevant training across a range of industries from entry-level certificates to bachelor degrees, at more than 50 locations in Queensland.
At TAFE Queensland, our values of working together, focusing on our customers, taking responsibility, showing initiative and putting safety first are at the heart of everything we do.
We are the most experienced training provider in the state with a history of serving Queensland's communities for more than 135 years. We offer more than 500 practical, industry-relevant courses to over 110,000 students each year.
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