Primary RFF/Support Teacher - Temporary Full Time for Term 2 - Holy Spirit St Clair
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Work type: temporary full-time
Location: Holy Spirit Primary School - St Clair
Holy Spirit St Clair, is a co-educational primary school that offers innovative and creative learning spaces and a quality Catholic education. We invite you to become part of our welcoming and friendly community. We take pride in our school and believe that we will achieve our best as ‘together we grow’.
We are part of Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP), a system of schools committed to responding to the needs of students in a world that is changing rapidly. With over 5000 passionate employees located across 83 primary and secondary schools, we have the intent and the resources to transform the learning and unlock the full potential of each of our 40,000 plus students. We are always on the lookout for top talent to help us achieve our strategic goal of inspiring the future through quality Catholic schooling and by strengthening the professional lives of our employees.
About the opportunity:
We invite applications from suitably qualified
Primary K-6 (RFF) teachers who are reflective practitioners to take forward the mission of Catholic Schools and to ensure high quality education that maximises learning outcomes for all students.
This position is Temporary Full-Time for Term 2, 2022 with the opportunity to pick up casual hours after the contract has ended.
More specifically you will:
Apply knowledge of students and how they learn, content knowledge, effective pedagogical practice and data to collaboratively plan and implement differentiated learning experiences that meet the physical, social and intellectual development and characteristics of students
Constantly monitor and evaluate the impact of teaching upon student learning, as well as teaching students to become self-reflective and autonomous learners
Actively promote and support the social and emotional development of children
Model and explicitly teach communication, collaboration, teamwork, problem solving, creativity and critical thinking skills as children work purposefully in flexible learning spaces
Use data to diagnose student strengths and barriers to learning, constantly challenging students to improve, as well as teaching students to use data to drive their own learning
Purposefully incorporate digital literacy skills to enhance teaching and learning opportunities
Create and maintain a safe, inclusive and challenging learning environment, using equitable processes to maintain a positive classroom ethos
Provide feedback and report on student learning, as well as supporting students to become autonomous learners who can share and reflect upon their learning together with parents and carers
Promote links between school, home and the broader community
Be enthusiastic and adaptable, demonstrating a growth mindset and a commitment to ongoing professional learning
To be successful in this highly rewarding role you will demonstrate alignment to the core purpose and values of Holy Spirit along with:
Tertiary Qualification in Education
Statements of Service
Compliance with NSW Child Protection Legislation - Working with Children Check clearance
Effective interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with colleagues
Superior classroom teaching skills which will enable students with a diverse range of needs to achieve their full potential.
Sound knowledge of and commitment to our Catholic faith and mission in Catholic education.
We believe that our employee community is a key strength of our organisation and we aim to attract the best talent to achieve our strategic goal of being leaders in quality, faith-based education and an Employer of Choice in our sector. Our leaders create inclusive teams and value the individual contributions of our employees. We champion quality education and lead the way in innovation and inspiration of our students to fulfil their potential. We also offer competitive remuneration, salary packaging, parental leave, wellbeing programs and professional development.
This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child-related employment including a valid Working with Children Check and adoption and compliance with CEDP’s Child Safeguarding Procedures and Code of Conduct When Working With Students and Children. For more information, please visit The Office of The Children’s Guardian
Applicants wishing to work in any of the schools within the Diocese, either as a casual, temporary or full time employee, must be classified with the CEDP. If you are not already classified, you will need to complete the online registration for teachers process found on the
CEDP promotes the safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as well as people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.
If you are determined to make a difference and want to join a diverse organisation committed to transforming lives through faith-based education, click on the APPLY button.
Advertised: AUS Eastern Standard Time 13 May 2022 09:05
Applications close: AUS Eastern Standard Time
27 May 2022 23:05
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