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Junior School Teacher (Year 3) (Part-time)

Overnewton Anglican Community College - Canowindra Campus - Taylors Lakes, VIC

Education, Childcare & Training
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Full Job Description
Position Title: Year 3 Junior School Teacher

Campus: Canowindra Campus, Taylors Lakes

Time Fraction: Part-time (0.4FTE - 2 days per week)

Reports to: Head of Junior School and Deputy Head of Junior School

Position Summary: Expressions of interest are invited for a suitably qualified Year 3 teacher to teach in our Junior School. Further details will be discussed at interview.

Key Responsibilities Curriculum:
Collaboratively plan and evaluate curriculum with a team of year level teachers.
Provide consistent and coherent learning programs that will foster independence, challenge and learning progression.
Apply evidence-based, contemporary practice when designing learning opportunities and experiences.
Document ongoing monitoring of student’s development and progress
Collect and analyse student data to inform curriculum and program development consistent with existing practices of the school.

Provide a nurturing and stimulating learning environment which caters to the pastoral care and specific individual needs of all students.
Provide a clean, safe and secure environment for students, parents and staff at all times.
Attend to the safety of the students at all times.
Supervise and manage duties and responsibilities of Teaching Support Staff where applicable.
Ensure all legally required documents (ie. attendance register, work program, incident forms, parent contact records, Individual Education Plans, Student Support Group minutes, semester reports etc) are maintained and upheld.
Regularly communicate with parents regarding student progress informally and via Parent Teacher Interviews, written reports, etc.
Have an ongoing commitment to and participate in professional development that generates an awareness of current trends and progress in education, which leads to the enhancement of student learning.

Professionalism and Team Work:
Maintain positive, professional and supportive interactions with parents, staff and the wider College community
Work as a cooperative member the collaborative year level team, ensuring harmonious relationships are maintained and delegated responsibilities are fulfilled.
Adhere to teaching and OH&S regulations and policies.
Attend and contribute to staff meetings and professional learning sessions.
Plan and host relevant information events throughout the year as required.
Maintain student staff and parent confidentiality.
Contribute to the co-curricular program of the College as required.

Additional Responsibilities:
Reflect and uphold the values of the College at all times and take an active role in the general life of the Junior School.
Contribute to the ongoing constructive evaluation of the school program, policies and activities where required.
Undertake supervisory duties as required.
Undertake other professional responsibilities as the College may reasonably require.

Key Qualities:
The teacher we are seeking will have the following qualities:
Enthusiasm for the ethos of the College, and a sense of excitement about learning for themselves as well as for their students.
Detailed knowledge of Australian Curriculum as relevant to the position.
A passion for engaging every student and demonstrated ability to bring out the best in them.
Demonstrated expertise in teaching at the relevant level.
Excellent general teaching skills and student-centered conceptions of knowledge.
Strong understanding and appreciation of the social, relational, attitudinal, physical and cognitive development of students at relevant year levels.
Skills in negotiating the curriculum, managing group work and catering for a wide range of interests, learning styles and abilities.
An ability to incorporate digital technologies as an integral part of curriculum.
Collaborative and proactive approaches to handling day to day matters.
Willingness to contribute to Assemblies and Chapel Services.

Relevant Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Previous experience teaching students in Years Prep to 4.
Knowledge and understanding of Early Years education.
Experience with the implementation of Visible Learning.
THRASS training and experience will be highly valued.
Knowledge of Restorative Practices.

VIT Registration is essential.
Further educational qualifications will be highly regarded.

Conditions of Employment:
All teachers will hold current registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). It is expected that all staff will support the Christian ethos of an Anglican school.
Overnewton College is an equal opportunity employer and enforces non-discrimination and safe working policies. All staff must be aware of, and be able to work within,
Occupational Health and Safety and Equal Employment Opportunity Legislation.
Overnewton College’s campuses are smoke free.
Overnewton College has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to providing child safety, children’s wellbeing and protecting children from abuse. Ministerial Order 870 requires Overnewton College to implement child safety standards and to accommodate and take the needs of all children (including but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, children with disabilities and children who are vulnerable) into account when creating a Child Safe environment. All staff must comply with Overnewton College’s Child Safe policies and related policies and procedures and taking all reasonable steps to promote the safety of children.

Application Process All applicants are required to complete the appropriate application form. Applications for teaching positions which do not include evidence of registration or evidence of an application for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teachers (VIT) will not be considered.

Written applications addressing the key responsibilities and key qualities should be emailed to humanresources@overnewton.vic.edu.au.

Applications will be acknowledged by email. If acknowledgement of your application has not been received after two working days, please contact Natalie Dedman (Ph: 9334 0115).

In the first instance, further enquiries about this position should be directed to the Head of Human Resources, Di Nunan (Ph: 9334 0147).

Selection Process: A preliminary short list of applicants will be prepared and first round interviews conducted by a panel. Details of employment conditions can be discussed with the Principal or delegate at final interview.

APPLICATIONS - will be processed upon receipt

Website: Information about Overnewton College is available on the College website: www.overnewton.vic.edu.au.
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Taylors Lakes, VIC

Education, Childcare & Training


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