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SMYL Community College is now looking to employ highly motivated Year 8 teachers, commencing in 2020.  Primary trained teachers with a keen desire to work intensively with 12-14 year olds are encouraged to apply. These positions will be based in Rockingham.The College is a referral only ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that caters specifically for students who have disengaged from mainstream education.  The College offers a full-time alternative education programme under the School Education Act 1999 (WA) for 12 to 20 year olds.All students referred to the College have significant barriers to education. Teaching and learning is adjusted, and support services provided, to meet students’ needs. As a CARE school the College provides a programme of study meeting the needs of an individual student delivered through an Individual Education Plan.The successful applicant would be required to work as part of a collaborative and multi-disciplinary team whose objective is to engage all students in learning, no matter how difficult their behaviour. The College utilises a case management model that involves identifying and understanding each student’s issues and developing appropriate solutions.The multi-disciplinary team includes clinical psychologists, psychologists, case workers, Aboriginal support workers, re-engagement officers, teachers/trainers, literacy and numeracy specialists, education assistants, curriculum officers and careers advisors.The measure of our success is the progress we make to enable students to engage in learning and participate in the workplace and the community.  Teachers support the social and emotional development of our students to support them on this journey. Applicants should address the following selection criteria and show that you have:demonstrated empathy and experience in engaging at-risk young people in education;demonstrated experience in project based curriculum deliverydemonstrated experience in the creation, review and implementation of IEP’s.the ability to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team;a current TRBWA registration; and,a current Working with Children Check.You will be very highly regarded if you also have:An upper primary backgroundAdditional areas of personal interests or professional experience relevant to the educational and personal development of our students eg. Cert IV TAE, coaching, arts etca current driver’s licence (LR/MR [bus] licence an advantage); orfirst aid, surf life savers or similar certificates.Candidates are assured of a competitive salary package.Please include both phone and email contact details for at least 2 current professional references.  70000 AUD Australia - WA Perth Rockingham & Kwinana Busselton 6280

Teacher - Year 8 At-Risk Students

  • Experienced Primary teachers to work intensively with 12-14 year olds
  • Leading Education Provider and Not for Profit Organisation
  • Competitive salary package

SMYL Community College is now looking to employ highly motivated Year 8 teachers, commencing in 2020.  Primary trained teachers with a keen desire to work intensively with 12-14 year olds are encouraged to apply. These positions will be based in Rockingham.

The College is a referral only ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that caters specifically for students who have disengaged from mainstream education.  The College offers a full-time alternative education programme under the School Education Act 1999 (WA) for 12 to 20 year olds.

All students referred to the College have significant barriers to education. Teaching and learning is adjusted, and support services provided, to meet students’ needs. As a CARE school the College provides a programme of study meeting the needs of an individual student delivered through an Individual Education Plan.

The successful applicant would be required to work as part of a collaborative and multi-disciplinary team whose objective is to engage all students in learning, no matter how difficult their behaviour. The College utilises a case management model that involves identifying and understanding each student’s issues and developing appropriate solutions.

The multi-disciplinary team includes clinical psychologists, psychologists, case workers, Aboriginal support workers, re-engagement officers, teachers/trainers, literacy and numeracy specialists, education assistants, curriculum officers and careers advisors.

The measure of our success is the progress we make to enable students to engage in learning and participate in the workplace and the community.  Teachers support the social and emotional development of our students to support them on this journey.

 Applicants should address the following selection criteria and show that you have:

  1. demonstrated empathy and experience in engaging at-risk young people in education;
  2. demonstrated experience in project based curriculum delivery
  3. demonstrated experience in the creation, review and implementation of IEP’s.
  4. the ability to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary team;
  5. a current TRBWA registration; and,
  6. a current Working with Children Check.

You will be very highly regarded if you also have:

  • An upper primary background
  • Additional areas of personal interests or professional experience relevant to the educational and personal development of our students eg. Cert IV TAE, coaching, arts etc
  • a current driver’s licence (LR/MR [bus] licence an advantage); or
  • first aid, surf life savers or similar certificates.

Candidates are assured of a competitive salary package.

Please include both phone and email contact details for at least 2 current professional references.

 

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