Through UniSA College, the University of South Australia provides a range of educational opportunities to inspire and assist further study and educational attainment through our academic and UniSA Connect programs.
Our Indigenous Participation Pathway Program builds the skills students need to study successfully at tertiary level.
We are currently seeking expressions of interest from degree qualified and experienced individuals who are interested in casual teaching opportunities in Whyalla, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln and Ceduna. Core areas of teaching include; communication and academic literacy skills, introductory maths, introductory computing, Aboriginal knowledge and culture and land management.
Applications close 22 December 2016.