Junior Primary Teacher

Description: 

Junior Primary Teacher - Fixed Term Contract (16 weeks)SCBC is seeking dedicated and passionate Junior Primary Teacher to join the Primary School on a short term contract. You will play a pivotal role in providing education and care for students enrolled at the College, consistent with our Christian beliefs, philosophy, curriculum, and according to the National Quality Framework. POSITION SUMMARY

  • The advertised role is a Contracted part time teaching position primarily providing DOTT support for a Kindergarten, Pre-Primary and Year 1 class. Specific days of allocation are Tuesdays – Pre-Primary, Wednesdays –Year 1 and Thursdays – Kindergarten.
  • The position involves planning, teaching, and evaluating student learning using the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the Kindergarten Curriculum Guidelines for WA (KCGWA) and following the West Australian Curriculum in Pre-Primary and Year 1. The successful applicant will require abilities in the following areas:
  • A high level of understanding of Kindergarten and Pre-Primary Curriculum, the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS)
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to interact with students, parents, and teaching professionals
  • Ability to establish strong relationships with families
  • A willingness to work as part of a team
  • Knowledge of the Reggio Emilia approach and/or a willingness to learn more about this philosophy and its influence on teaching pedagogy. 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS - EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: 

  • Suitable qualifications in the field of education are expected with a minimum standard being and Bachelor Qualifications. (4 years trained)
  • Relevant qualifications majoring in Early Childhood Education or qualifications accepted to teacher 4 year old Kindergarten in line with NQS
  • Current registration with the Teachers Registration Board of Western Australia
  • A current Working With Children Card and relevant police clearance
  • Previous experience in Junior Primary School Classroom is highly desirable

POSITION DESCRIPTION - (Please visit website for full position description)

  • To develop an understanding of the Biblical basis for Christian Education and the College’s values, aims and practices
  • To demonstrate an active, cooperative and enthusiastic involvement within the spiritual, academic, sporting, cultural and social dimensions of College life
  • To be a supportive and inclusive team member, willing to work collaboratively and positively with other members of staff
  • To remain current and abreast of changes in your field and be committed to continuing personal and professional development
  • To show sensitivity to, and competence in, detecting the differing ability levels within class groups and take responsibility for the learning of the students as well as the teaching of the curriculum
  • To follow closely College policy on all matters.

PERSONAL QUALITIES:

  1. Well organised and professionally presented
  2. Creative and engaging teaching style, exhibiting inclusive classroom practice
  3. Excellent collaborative skills for working with colleagues
  4. Displays an understanding of different learning styles and differentiating teaching style in the classroom

SELECTION CRITERIA (ESSENTIAL):

  • To have a personal faith and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ
  • Church attendance and involvement on a regular basis
  • To meet, as a minimum, the educational requirements of the Department of Education in Western Australian school
  • To demonstrate familiarity with a variety of teaching and learning strategies to appropriately meet students’ needs
  • To communicate effectively with students and their families
  • To be committed to the establishment and maintenance of quality relationships with students, staff, parents and the wider community
  • To appreciate the responsibility of the teacher as role model
  • Contribute to a safe and healthy workplace by:
  • Following OH&S instructions and policies
  • Reporting accidents and hazards
  • Generally caring for own safety and that of others, including volunteers, students and parents.

SELECTION PROCESSThe following information is required for your application to be considered for this position. 

  1. Covering letter
  2. Resume
  3. Copy of WWCC
  4. TRBWA registration number
  5. Copies of relevant qualifications including academic transcripts
  6. Proof of residency status
  7. Reference from pastor

APPLICATIONS CLOSE ON 24TH JUNE 2021(Only applications made through the College's website will be considered)

Type: 
Jobs @ Independent Schools
Closing Date: 
Thursday, 24 June, 2021
Contact Person: 
Jenny Currin
Phone: 
0895404406