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Teacher VET Music Industry - Sound Production and Performance

Advertiser: Braemar College2.5 out of 52.5 overall rating (4 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
27 Nov 2019
Location
Bendigo, Goldfields & Macedon Ranges
Work Type
Part Time
Classification
Education & Training, Teaching - Vocational

Teacher VET Music Industry - Sound Production and Performance

Braemar College is an independent, co-educational school for students in years 5 to 12. The College has two campuses both of which are located near Woodend, less than an hour from Melbourne's CBD.

The successful candidate will experience working in one of the most unique educational settings and teach committed and passionate students.

Position:

Braemar is seeking an enthusiastic educator suitably qualified and with current knowledge of the Sound Production and Performance streams of VET Music Industry.

We continue to embed a culture of personalised learning with an integrated approach, to achieve high standards of learning and teaching for all students. The position is part-time, fixed-term commencing 24 January 2020.

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will:

  • Deliver and assess the VET Music Industry course – in both Performance and Sound Production streams
  • Plan, conduct lessons and assess in accordance with RTO requirements
  • Plan collaboratively with other Music and VET staff and communicate regularly with the VET Coordinator to ensure compliance with COSAMP.
  • Develop, maintain and evaluate student learning programs, projects and associated teaching materials relevant to teaching activity.
  • Undertake relevant administration duties including taking student attendance, monitoring student progress, providing timely feedback and assessment results, and maintaining currency of the student learning management system.
  • Manage and set-up equipment for performances as required; some evening events included.
  • Work with the Director of Music to audit, maintain and manage equipment within the Music area.

About You:

It is expected that you will:

  • Hold a current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116)
  • Have current industry experience relevant to the content of the VET Music Industry course, in both Performance and Sound Production.
  • Display well developed current knowledge of live sound and studio production equipment.
  • Demonstrate an ability to teach the VET Music Industry course.
  • Have an enthusiastic approach to the education of young people including a focus on developing skills and underpinning knowledge.
  • Show a willingness and the capacity to contribute to the wellbeing of students.
  • Be a current VIT registered teacher or hold Permission To Teach.

In addition, the preferred applicant will have an understanding of and commitment to, the ethos of Independent Schooling and a willingness to contribute to College events and adhere to the College's 'Child Safety Policy'.

Applications should be made as soon as possible and are open until 6 December 2019.

Applicants should provide a full resume, including three (3) referees, and address their applications to:

Robyn Baddeley

Manager Human Resources

www.braemar.vic.edu.au

Braemar College is an independent, co-educational school for students in years 5 to 12. The College has two campuses both of which are located near Woodend, less than an hour from Melbourne's CBD.

The successful candidate will experience working in one of the most unique educational settings and teach committed and passionate students.

Position:

Braemar is seeking an enthusiastic educator suitably qualified and with current knowledge of the Sound Production and Performance streams of VET Music Industry.

We continue to embed a culture of personalised learning with an integrated approach, to achieve high standards of learning and teaching for all students. The position is part-time, fixed-term commencing 24 January 2020.

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will:

  • Deliver and assess the VET Music Industry course – in both Performance and Sound Production streams
  • Plan, conduct lessons and assess in accordance with RTO requirements
  • Plan collaboratively with other Music and VET staff and communicate regularly with the VET Coordinator to ensure compliance with COSAMP.
  • Develop, maintain and evaluate student learning programs, projects and associated teaching materials relevant to teaching activity.
  • Undertake relevant administration duties including taking student attendance, monitoring student progress, providing timely feedback and assessment results, and maintaining currency of the student learning management system.
  • Manage and set-up equipment for performances as required; some evening events included.
  • Work with the Director of Music to audit, maintain and manage equipment within the Music area.

About You:

It is expected that you will:

  • Hold a current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116)
  • Have current industry experience relevant to the content of the VET Music Industry course, in both Performance and Sound Production.
  • Display well developed current knowledge of live sound and studio production equipment.
  • Demonstrate an ability to teach the VET Music Industry course.
  • Have an enthusiastic approach to the education of young people including a focus on developing skills and underpinning knowledge.
  • Show a willingness and the capacity to contribute to the wellbeing of students.
  • Be a current VIT registered teacher or hold Permission To Teach.

In addition, the preferred applicant will have an understanding of and commitment to, the ethos of Independent Schooling and a willingness to contribute to College events and adhere to the College's 'Child Safety Policy'.

Applications should be made as soon as possible and are open until 6 December 2019.

Applicants should provide a full resume, including three (3) referees, and address their applications to:

Robyn Baddeley

Manager Human Resources

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

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