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Teacher - English and Humanities

Advertiser: Braemar College3 out of 53.0 overall rating (3 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
15 Oct 2020
Location
Bendigo, Goldfields & Macedon Ranges
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Education & Training, Teaching - Secondary

Teacher - English and Humanities

Braemar College is an independent, co-educational, ecumenical 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 teacher for our Woodend campus. The successful applicant should be passionate about Middle Years education and have the ability to teach English and Humanities in Years 5-8. We continue to embed a culture of personalised learning with an integrated approach, to achieve high standards of learning and teaching for all students.

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will:

  • Maintain high standards of learning and teaching, assessment and reporting.
  • Use data to inform differentiated practice.
  • Plan collaboratively with teaching teams.
  • Contribute to Professional Learning Teams.
  • Have experience in project-based learning.
  • Be able to teach across Middle School and in particular, English and Humanities.

About You:

It is expected that you will:

  • 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 open to the possibilities of teaching in flexible learning spaces.
  • Display innovation in curriculum and collaborative learning approaches.
  • Be a current VIT registered teacher.

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 s soon as possible and are open until 30 October 2020 

Applicants should provide a full  resumé, 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, ecumenical 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 teacher for our Woodend campus. The successful applicant should be passionate about Middle Years education and have the ability to teach English and Humanities in Years 5-8. We continue to embed a culture of personalised learning with an integrated approach, to achieve high standards of learning and teaching for all students.

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will:

  • Maintain high standards of learning and teaching, assessment and reporting.
  • Use data to inform differentiated practice.
  • Plan collaboratively with teaching teams.
  • Contribute to Professional Learning Teams.
  • Have experience in project-based learning.
  • Be able to teach across Middle School and in particular, English and Humanities.

About You:

It is expected that you will:

  • 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 open to the possibilities of teaching in flexible learning spaces.
  • Display innovation in curriculum and collaborative learning approaches.
  • Be a current VIT registered teacher.

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 s soon as possible and are open until 30 October 2020 

Applicants should provide a full  resumé, 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?
  • Have you completed a qualification in teaching?
  • Do you have current teacher's registration in Australia?

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