Do you love sharing your expertise with new mediators?

Are you a qualified VET trainer?

Do you have experience working as a mediator or FDR practitioner?

If your answer is yes we’d like to speak with you.

Mediation Institute will soon require the services of additional assessors to accommodate a major improvement to our role play assessment strategy.

We’ll be moving from assessing recorded role plays to live assessment to ensure that not just the mediators but also the role players and observers have the full benefit of the feedback provided by the assessor.

Role

To provide live assessment of video mediation sessions with Mediation Institute Students.

Assessor Qualifications

  • All assessors must have current TAE40110 Cert IV in Training and Education or higher VET training qualification. Please do not apply if you are not a qualified vocational trainer and assessor.
  • NMAS Mediator or Cert IV in Mediation with at least 2 years experience or
  • Registered FDR Practitioner with the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution with at least 2 years experience

Assessor Skills

You must be comfortable using video mediation technology or be willing to engage in our program to learn how to facilitate video mediation (unpaid until you master the basics)

You must have experience as a mediator. We need you to be able to mentor students and answer their questions with practical examples rather than simply theoretical knowledge. We ask that you attach your resume below to show your experience working as a mediator as well as your qualifications.

We are looking for assessors who enjoy helping new mediators learn and develop with the potential that you may be offered a role as a Supervisor / Assessor for a group of mediators under our new FDR Course later in the year.

How to Apply

Please complete the form below making sure to attach a PDF of your resume.

If you are having trouble with the form below you can email the information to office @ mediationinstitute.edu.au (make this into a proper email address) the gaps are just so the spam bots can’t read it as an email address.

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