Middle School Teacher- Albany


ALTA-1 College
Middle School Teacher - Albany WA
Full-time contract for Term 4, 2018 until 31 December 2018, with a possible extension for 2019

Alta-1 College provides an alternative education for young people between the ages of 12-18 years. The college enables young people who have been unsuccessful in mainstream schooling to complete secondary education. Alta-1 has a well-developed Christian education philosophy linked to a therapeutic recovery model.

Your role and responsibilities:

• Promote an environment of dynamic, active and genuine learning.
• Care for a group in a way that reflects the school’s values.
• Employ a variety of effective teaching strategies to successfully implement the curriculum linked to recovery education.
• Be sensitive to students experiencing personal, social or organizational problems.
• Differentiate the teaching of the curriculum to ensure that the needs of all individuals in their classes are met.
• Work positively and collaboratively as part of a highly collegial team.

Please refer to the attached role description for more complete details.

In order to be considered for this position you will require:

• A practicing Christian, enthusiastic and passionate about helping young people, with the capacity to work collaboratively in a team environment.
• A current working with children check
• Previous experience in a similar role
• Relevant qualifications
• Professional development opportunities
• Opportunity for career progression

If you can see yourself becoming a member of the Alta-1 team and succeeding in this role then please apply. Applications must include a cover letter that addresses the selection criteria (see the role description document), a current resume and a written reference from your pastor.

Please submit applications via e-mail to hr@alta-1.wa.edu.au. Please address the application to the Albany Regional Principal, Steve Sharp.

Application closing date is 21 September 2018.

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Closing Date: 
Friday, 21 September, 2018 - 05:00
Contact Person: 
Steve Sharp
08) 9841 7839