Centre for Continuing Education

Employment opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Join our team. Current work opportunities.

The University of Sydney is Australia’s first university and has an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence. It employs over 7,600 permanent staff, supporting over 60,000 students.

Through community and industry engagement, the Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) contributes to the education strategy of The University of Sydney. Through an extensive program of course offerings, CCE provide continuing education opportunities for learners across a broad subject offering – these range from personal interest to skill based professional development qualifications. CCE partners with other business units within the University to provide clients and logistical services to support collaborative delivery of courses. This also includes an association with Human Resources' Workforce Development in providing staff training for employees of the University.

Expressions of Interest are invited from appropriately qualified professional people to develop and deliver quality short courses as part of a comprehensive suite of continuing education courses.

Consider this new opportunity if you are motivated to inspire and share your knowledge and experience with a diverse range of participants who attend CCE courses as part of their lifelong learning.

The Centre is currently inviting Expressions of Interest in the following subject areas:

Business and management
·        Business & management skills
·        Design thinking and innovation skills
·        Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
·        Advanced business communication skills
·        Leadership skills
·        Operational planning skills
·        Finance
·        Business networking skills
·        Mentoring skills
·        Managing quality and continuous improvement
·        Content marketing
·        Starting and managing an online business
·        Business process management
·        Business analytics
·        Finance
·        Financial analysis tools and techniques

Information technology
·        “New” emerging Microsoft and Adobe applications
·        Power BI
·        User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design
·        Data science
·        Web development
·        Mobile applications
·        Cloud applications

·        French
·        German
·        Japanese
·        Spanish

Arts & humanities
·        Fine arts
·        Visual arts
·        History
·        Art history

Successful applicants will need to demonstrate the following:

·        proven subject matter expertise and relevant academic qualifications
·        recent experience as a workshop facilitator with excellent facilitation skills, ideally supported by
        qualifications (eg Cert IV TAFE)
·        in-depth knowledge and application of quality
·        learning and teaching practice, with experience in applying adult learning principles to your delivery and
        student engagement
·        provision of high quality learning materials to support face-to-face delivery
·        client focussed and responsive to enhancing participants' learning experience.

Applicants are invited to submit an Expressions of Interest to develop and deliver new courses to complement our existing comprehensive offerings at CCE.

To apply for delivery of the existing course please go to: Employment opportunity

To suggest a new course please go to: Course Expression of Interest

The development of course content is the responsibility of the workshop facilitator and remuneration is made for contact delivering time for workshop.

All staff employed by the University of Sydney must have the right to work in Australia. An employer visa sponsorship is not available for this position.

The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

The University of Sydney is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged.