Careers at MITS

Looking for a rewarding career? Join the MITS team and support our students to pursue their aspirations in Melbourne.

People and Capability Manager

As we grow, our people grow with us. This new role at MITS is an end-to-end HR role encompassing recruitment, onboarding and induction, training and development, performance review, career development through to offboarding and termination. You are an experienced HR generalist who puts people first and cares about the rich diversity of human capability. Naturally you have a strong background in recruitment and selection.

The development of relationships of trust, understanding and clear communication with staff, candidates and Indigenous communities is core to this role.

Before applying for this role, download and read the Position Description.

Applications must be made via the MITS Online Careers Application portal and should include a current CV and brief covering letter or description of your experience and interest.

Enquiries may be made by contacting Hilary Dixon at careers@mits.vic.edu.au

There is no closing date, applications will be reviewed as they are received.

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Teachers - Commencing Term 1 2023

Working from Richmond Football Club's Punt Road Oval precinct and reporting to the Principal, Teachers will work in a small team to deliver MITS' year 7 and year 8 curriculum with an emphasis on the strengthening of literacy and numeracy skills.

MITS Teachers celebrate Indigenous history and cultures, support academic progression and assist students to adapt and flourish in Melbourne as they prepare to transition into Partner Schools at year 9. From 2023 MITS will deliver a year 8 program for students who have completed the MITS year 7 program.

MITS tailors its teaching program and uses methodologies to meet the needs and interests of its students and to create curriculum to engage, excite and challenge every student. Teachers have opportunities to travel to remote Australia to visit students’ communities and engage in two-way learning.

The development of relationships of trust, understanding and clear communication with families, guardians and Indigenous communities is core to this role.

The fostering of strong and respectful relationships within a strong culture based on the school values of respect, courage, culture and care are a core part of the role.

Before applying for this role, download and read the Position Description.

Applications must be made via the MITS Online Careers Application portal and should include a current CV and brief covering letter or description of your experience and interest.

Enquiries may be made by contacting careers@mits.vic.edu.au

There is no closing date, applications will be reviewed as they are received.

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Interested in a career at MITS?

We are always looking for people who want to support young Indigenous people as they pursue away-from-home schooling in Melbourne. If this resonates with you, but there are no suitable roles currently available, please register your interest so we can capture your details and get in touch when there is a suitable vacancy.

Please register your interest using the MITS Online Careers portal.

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Boarding Coordinator (full time, part time & casual roles available)

Become part of a team creating a home environment in Melbourne for Indigenous people from remote and regional communities.

Our MITS boarding program is growing significantly and we need great people to provide outstanding care for our students.

We are currently recruiting for a number of roles;

1. Full Time female boarding coordinator

2. Part time female boarding coordinator

3. Casual male & female boarding coordinators

These roles are located at our Boarding Houses in Richmond.

To be successful in these roles the person will have:

• previous experience in a residential or boarding school environment and a clear understanding of the duty of care for female residential students and the relationships with their families;

• experience working with Indigenous students with respect and empathy for their cultures and demonstrated desire for reconciliation;

• an understanding of and experience living in a remote or regional community; and

• be available to work a 7 day (Mon to Sunday) rotating shift which may include evenings, nights, day and weekend shifts.

A full job description is available above.

Applications must be made via the MITS Online Careers Application Portal and should include a current CV and brief covering letter or description of your experience and interest. Please indicate whether you are interested in full time, part time or casual employment.

You will need to provide your details, a copy of your CV and a short description of your experience and reason for seeking this position.

Enquiries may be made by contacting Hilary Dixon at careers@mits.vic.edu.au. There is no closing date, please apply ASAP.

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