Trainer & School Partnerships Officer

MultiLit Pty Ltd (Making Up Lost Time In Literacy) is a leading provider of effective literacy instruction in Australasia. Our programs are uniquely placed to be effective because they are all grounded in scientific evidence-based best practice. For over two decades, we have provided assistance to thousands of students in a variety of settings, including schools, our own Literacy Centres and community-based literacy projects across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
Classroom trainer

About this role

We are seeking experienced educators to deliver professional development teacher training and provide program support to schools throughout Australia. This role will be extensive and requires a dynamic person who possesses a desire to travel and enjoys public speaking. The ideal candidate will be committed to evidence-based classroom practice, have relevant expertise and experience in reading/literacy instruction and have a passion for quality professional development. If this sounds like you then you may like to consider joining a dynamic, hard-working team of Trainers and School Partnerships Officers.

The following tasks are indicative of the range of activities required for the Trainer and School Partnerships Officer role:

  • Run in-person training sessions for MultiLit programs across Australia
  • Deliver training online using live videoconferencing platforms
  • Deliver on-site training for schools using MultiLit programs
  • Provide support to teachers and schools post workshops
  • Run MultiLit information sessions via webinar and in-person
  • Answer program implementation queries
  • Develop relationships with MultiLit customers
  • Seek and develop training opportunities for the future
  • Keep up-to-date on research into reading and related areas of literacy

The skills and qualities required for the Trainer and School Partnerships Officer role include the following:


  • Undergraduate teaching degree or in a related field
  • Practical experience in delivering evidence-based, explicit literacy instruction to students
  • A solid background knowledge of how reading and related skills are acquired and able to translate this knowledge into classroom practice
  • Good interpersonal skills to work within a team as well as interact with teachers and principals
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Training experience
  • Drivers licence
  • Excellent communication skills for dealing with a wide range of people
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • High levels of competency in use of technology

 Highly beneficial, but not essential

  • A postgraduate qualification in special education (or in progress)
  • Cert IV Training and Assessment
  • Familiarity with MultiLit methodology and practice
  • A working knowledge of the National Curriculum and school culture is advantageous
  • Experience in use of IT in education would be helpful

To find out more about the role, please email Kyle Pitt, Training Development Manager at  You can also submit your application below.

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