Teacher: Maths & PDHPE

Shoalhaven River College

Bomaderry, NSW


Secondary Teacher

Teaching Subject: Mathematics

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 9 November 2020


We are currently seeking a secondary teacher who will be responsible for delivering a NESA curriculum in Key Learning Areas Maths (Stage 5 and 6) and PDHPE (Stage 5). Teachers are also responsible for nurturing the culture and values of Shoalhaven River College within the student body and school environment.

<p><b>Permanent 0.8 – 1.0 FTE </b></p><p><b>Small alternative high school </b></p><p><b>Nowra </b></p><p><b>2021 Commencement </b></p><p><b>Shoalhaven River College (SRC)</b> is a small alternative high school which commenced operation in Bomaderry in January 2019. <b>Shoalhaven River College is auspiced by Kiama Community College Ltd,</b> a successful not for profit adult education provider, operating in the Illawarra and Shoalhaven regions for more than 30 years. </p><p>After establishing with 30 Stage 5 students in 2019, SRC commenced delivery for Year 11 students in 2020. In 2021, the school will offer its inaugural Year 12 program, grow to a maximum of 60 students. This low/no fee school caters for students, that for various reasons, have not successfully engaged, or felt comfortable, in a mainstream setting. The school is not a behavioural school and has its own dedicated premise. </p><p>We are currently seeking a secondary teacher who will be responsible for delivering a NESA curriculum in Key Learning Areas Maths (Stage 5 and 6) and PDHPE (Stage 5). Teachers are also responsible for nurturing the culture and values of Shoalhaven River College within the student body and school environment. </p><p><b>The successful candidate will possess: </b></p><p>• Enthusiasm and passion for alternative education and student re-engagement within this environment. </p><p>• An ability to contribute to the vision and articulated culture and values of the school. </p><p>• Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to build productive relationships and engage with students who may experience barriers in learning and engagement. </p><p>• A desire to contribute to students’ achievement academically, socially and personally. </p><p>• An innovative approach to student achievement whilst complying with NESA’s regulatory frameworks and required policies and procedures. </p><p>• Experience and/or willingness to teach Maths (Stage 5 and 6-Maths Standard) &amp; PDHPE (Stage 5). </p><p><b>The successful candidate will enjoy: </b></p><p>• Support of a dedicated Principal and a team of support staff (including a Youth Support Worker). </p><p>• Opportunity to work in a small school setting, enabling attention to be given to the needs of all students. </p><p>• Opportunity to work with a like-minded team to positively influence young people at risk of disengaging with education and pathways to work. </p><p>• Enthusiasm and passion for alternative education and student re-engagement within this environment. </p><p>• An ability to contribute to the vision and articulated culture and values of the school. </p><p>• Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to build productive relationships and engage with students who may experience barriers in learning and engagement. </p><p>• A desire to contribute to students’ achievement academically, socially and personally. </p><p>• An innovative approach to student achievement whilst complying with NESA’s regulatory frameworks and required policies and procedures. </p><p>• Experience and/or willingness to teach Maths (Stage 5 and 6-Maths Standard) &amp; PDHPE (Stage 5). </p>
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<p>To apply for this position, candidates must obtain a job application package, please email jobskcc&#64;outlook.com to receive a copy of the job application pack. Applications must address the essential selection criteria, include your curriculum vitae with a cover letter, and list two employment-based referees.  <br /></p><p><b>To apply for this position </b>please email <a href="mailto:jobskcc&#64;outlook.com" rel="nofollow">jobskcc&#64;outlook.com</a> to receive a job application pack, the application pack provides details of this position and lists the selection criteria.<br /></p><p><b>For enquiries, please email the above address or call Shoalhaven River College on (02) 4243 8824. Applications close 5pm Monday 9th November 2020                            </b></p>

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