Cadets work with the Jumbunna Learning Development (LD) team to provide supplementary and enabling tuition and mentoring to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students studying at UTS. The Cadet may also be involved in research activities with a mentor in Jumbunna Indigenous Institute of Education and Research or one of the Faculties.
Cadets work up to 2 days per week and are paid as per the professional HEW 4/5 contract rates or an academic Level A contract.
If your answers to the following questions are yes, apply for the Cadetship Program today!
- Are you an Indigenous undergraduate student?
- Are you in your final year of a bachelor degree OR entering into an Honours program?
- Are you interested in progressing into graduate studies at Honours level or as a higher degree research candidate?
- Are you interested in mentoring, tutoring and research activities?
For detailed information about the skills, knowledge and qualifications expected for the Cadetship role, access the Position Description below.
How to apply?
Apply online via the Student Employment Program Application Form. Applications close 7th of December 2018.
If you have any questions, please contact Brenton James via email firstname.lastname@example.org