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SuniTAFE employs over 270 full time staff across 2 campuses and offer a diverse range of employment opportunities.  Our vision is to be a leading regional training provider building community capacity through collaboration. We have a focus on relationships, integrity, accountable and improvement. SuniTAFE offers a range of health and wellbeing benefits, professional development opportunities and access to a range of services to all employees.   

Salary is assessed by an individual’s qualifications, teaching experience or role classification in line with the terms of the Victorian TAFE Teaching Staff Agreement and Sunraysia Institute of TAFE Enterprise (PACCT) Agreement. SuniTAFE’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to equal opportunity by assessing all potential applicants according to their skills, knowledge, qualifications and industry experience. 

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Why work at SuniTAFE?
Find out more about some of the great benefits of working at SuniTAFE, one of the leading training providers in north-west Victoria.
 

Teacher Profile - Scott Hopkins

Scott has been teaching at SuniTAFE for close to five years across a range of courses. This includes Leadership and Management, Retail, First Aid, and the Diploma of Vocational Education and Training. He is now also an Education Delivery Manager for Business Studies. Read more about Scott's experience here.

Scott speaks about why he loves teaching at SuniTAFE.

Teacher Profile - Nicky Moore

After nearly a decade of teaching at SuniTAFE, Nicky Moore has been recognised for her
dedication and passion by being named SuniTAFE Mildura campus Teacher of the Year.

Nicky talks about why she loves teaching Training & Assessment at SuniTAFE.

News & updates from SuniTAFE

National Reconciliation Week 2024

SuniTAFE staff and students raised awareness for National Reconciliation Week with an event hosted by the Dulka Yuppata staff and students in May.  Read more

Biggest Morning Tea | 2024

SuniTAFE joined in with many other organisations and community groups across Australia in May to host an Australia's Biggest Morning Tea community event.  Read more

SuniTAFE Executive Announces Resignation

General Manager – Operations David Harris announced to staff last week that he will be leaving SuniTAFE after seven years in the role. Read more

Why studying at SuniTAFE was their number one choice

The friendly people, beautiful landscape and SuniTAFE’s reputation were all reasons Silvester Wanjohi, Nessie Kabura and Hannah Njogu moved to Sunraysia from Kenya. Read more

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