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Education Support Officer

Advertiser: Annesley Junior SchoolMore jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
26 Nov 2019
Location
Adelaide
Work Type
Casual/Vacation
Classification
Education & Training, Teaching Aides & Special Needs

Education Support Officer

 

STRENGTHS          PASSIONS          SKILLS

About our School

Annesley’s structure includes Early Years (2 years old to Year 2) and Primary Years (Years 3-7). 

At Annesley, our dedicated team has a clear focus on developing our students’ strengths, passions and skills. We empower every student to become active and aware global citizens by instilling a passion for life-long learning as part of a distinctive value-based education. We believe children are capable now not just in the future.

Annesley is proud to be a Christian school. We are a dynamic team of outstanding professionals.

About the Role

This is a casual Education Support Officer role for Personalised Learning working approximately 15 hours per week during term time.

The Successful Candidate

  • Think and act creatively to stimulate a love of learning and life
  • Engage with the school community in the purpose and practice of learning
  • Develop their strengths, passions and skills
  • Passionate and creative professional who has a clear focus on engaging students through inquiry based learning to join our growing community

Application Process

Please visit our website to view a position description and application process at www.annesley.sa.edu.au.

All applications should be submitted in PDF format addressed to Principal, Luke Ritchie and emailed to Bronte Binnion at binnionb@annesley.sa.edu.au.

Applications will be reviewed and progressed as they are received. 

PLEASE NOTE: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

 

HERITAGE | VALUES | INNOVATION

 

STRENGTHS          PASSIONS          SKILLS

About our School

Annesley’s structure includes Early Years (2 years old to Year 2) and Primary Years (Years 3-7). 

At Annesley, our dedicated team has a clear focus on developing our students’ strengths, passions and skills. We empower every student to become active and aware global citizens by instilling a passion for life-long learning as part of a distinctive value-based education. We believe children are capable now not just in the future.

Annesley is proud to be a Christian school. We are a dynamic team of outstanding professionals.

About the Role

This is a casual Education Support Officer role for Personalised Learning working approximately 15 hours per week during term time.

The Successful Candidate

  • Think and act creatively to stimulate a love of learning and life
  • Engage with the school community in the purpose and practice of learning
  • Develop their strengths, passions and skills
  • Passionate and creative professional who has a clear focus on engaging students through inquiry based learning to join our growing community

Application Process

Please visit our website to view a position description and application process at www.annesley.sa.edu.au.

All applications should be submitted in PDF format addressed to Principal, Luke Ritchie and emailed to Bronte Binnion at binnionb@annesley.sa.edu.au.

Applications will be reviewed and progressed as they are received. 

PLEASE NOTE: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
  • Have you completed a qualification in education support?

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