National Quality and Compliance Manager

National Quality and Compliance Manager

Location: Hawthorn East


  • Opportunity to work in a collaborative team and thrive in our engaged workplace culture
  • Competitive package of benefits, including initiatives such as reward and recognition
  • Blended remote and in office work. Full time role


SEDA Group (SEDA) is a progressive applied education organisation, highly regarded for how we empower, support, and believe in young people. We are a leader in our industry with a respected reputation for successfully developing an education model for Senior Secondary Schools and Vocational Education and Training (VET). We are a national organisation with unrivalled industry partnerships with a range of high-profile sporting and community organisations.  We provide unique opportunities and experiences that focus on individual learning which enables our students to become confident young adults.

The strength and success of SEDA Group is built on our people and their passion for education. This results in a positive and engaging culture that fosters and empowers our people to do their best, delivering positive outcomes for students and families.  We have a rare opportunity for a vibrant, considered, and methodical National Quality and Compliance Manager with proven VET Experience to join our team on a full-time basis.  

Reporting to the General Manager, Training Operations you will bring your passion and drive for excellence as you successfully oversee the administration and operations of the Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • making a significant contribution to the organisation’s quality and compliance with a particular focus on VET Funding Contract compliance,
  • lead and manage a team of staff in the administration, quality and compliance requirements of the RTO,
  • managing the monthly workflow of administrative and operational duties,
  • contribute to and provide oversight of the development and implementation of the annual Quality and Compliance Calendar,
  • oversee the effective use of student management and reporting systems,
  • managing and maintaining internal and external audits to support VET regulatory, legislative and government requirements,
  • maintaining a working knowledge of State and Federal funding arrangements, including contracts, and
  • responsibility for government funding claims and mandatory reporting requirements.


You will be joining SEDA as a pivotal part of the Training Operations team, so it is critical that you have a qualification in education, administration, or a related discipline, and strong experience in the management and administration of the Vocational Education or Training Sector.

You will possess demonstrated experience and knowledge of the ASQA and VRQA regulatory framework and have experience with State funding contracts Skills First (or equivalent), VSL, and have utilised Student and Learning Management Systems. You will hold previous experience in developing comprehensive training plans, delivery schedules, results and reporting frameworks; coupled with demonstrated knowledge of Standards for RTOs 2015 and the National Register for VET Nationally Recognised Training requirements and practices.

At SEDA Group, we live our values of professionalism, collaboration, integrity, and innovation.  We are looking for you to add positively to our workplace culture, as you lead and develop your team by creating a climate in which staff want to succeed and be their best.  You will possess excellent organisational and leadership skills, with the ability to prioritise and manage workload and adapt to changing circumstances.  You will hold experience in the planning and develop business processes, policies, and procedures to ensure compliance is maintained to support VET regulatory, legislative, and government requirements. 

In return, we will reward you with a competitive salary as well as all the resources you need to do your job well, a flexible work environment, a relaxed and inclusive workplace culture, and five weeks annual leave. You will also work as part of a team with like-minded individuals who are passionate, energetic, and positive about making a valuable contribution to the lives of students.

If you are inspired by the prospect of being a part of something bigger and you want your contribution to matter, apply for this position now via SEEK by 19th September 2021. 

Conditions of engagement including probation, health, and character checks (including police records check and working with Children Check) will apply to this position. All Applicants need to satisfy the selection criteria outlined in SEDA Group’s Skills First Contract and maybe required to complete a Fit and Proper Person declaration form to be eligible for employment. 


SEDA Group strongly welcomes applications from our diverse Australian community including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people of all ages and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. All employment decisions are based on merit, and we pride ourselves on being an Equal Opportunity Employer.

SEDA Group has a zero-tolerance policy for child abuse and is committed to promoting child safety, children’s wellbeing and protecting children from abuse.