Learning Support Intervention Teacher

Thomas Carr College


Secondary Teacher

Teaching Subject: Special Needs

Contract Type: Contract Position Full Time

Applications Close: 8 November 2021

Thomas Carr College is a Year 7 - 12 Catholic Co-education College in Tarneit, west of Melbourne. We currently have 1100 students. The College serves the Parishes of St Peter the Apostle and St James the Apostle, located in Hoppers Crossing.

<p><b>About the College</b></p><p>As a Catholic School Thomas Carr College aims to educate our students with an appreciation of the spiritual as well as the intellectual and physical aspects of their lives. We aim to work with our parents to produce young people of faith and character. </p><p>At Thomas Carr College you become a member of a caring community built on Catholic values that have underpinned this emerging school over its 23-year history. Established in 1997 we have a proud tradition of transitioning students from primary school taking them on an inspiring learning experience, to create students who leave us after this six-year partnership as well-rounded individuals. Student centered learning is enhanced via a highly developed middle-years program, abundant technology for all students and state of the art new buildings and refurbishments. </p><p><b>About the role </b></p><p>The Classroom Teacher, upon appointment, agrees to discharging the duties as outlined below. Reporting to the Deputy Principal- Learning and Teaching, they are responsible for ensuring that the learning and teaching programs at Thomas Carr College are contemporary, rigorous, engaging and reflect the College&#39;s vision and values. </p><p>The Learning Support Teacher’s major areas of responsibility are incorporated in those of a normal teaching role. The additional areas of responsibility are: <br /></p><ol><li>To implement the College’s programs that support students with additional needs: learning, social-emotional, physical or other. </li><li>To assist with the College’s response to the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data (NCCD) process. </li><li>To provide effective, accurate and comprehensive support for all aspects of Learning Diversity initiatives. </li><li>To adhere to the Duty Statement that applies to all Teachers.</li></ol><p>Applications are currently invited from suitably qualified teachers commencing in Term 1 2021. </p><p>Suitably qualified and enthusiastic applicants who are prepared to support the religious ethos of the College and possess the following are encouraged to apply:<br /></p><ul><li>Demonstrates a strong understanding of, and commitment to, Catholic education. <br /></li><li>Demonstrate an understanding and acceptance of the Thomas Carr College Vision and Mission Statement and the values that underpin it. </li><li>Show the capacity to provide leadership that is characterised by a desire for continuous improvement, lateral thinking and innovation. </li><li>Have knowledge and expertise in a range of subject areas across the Victorian Curriculum </li><li>Have proven organisational skills. </li><li>Demonstrates highly developed interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to liaise and communicate effectively with people at all levels and from varying backgrounds. </li><li>Has a proven capacity to work independently and collaboratively in the face of changing priorities, deadlines and pressures. </li><li> Is an exemplary teacher. </li></ul><p><b>To apply for this position</b></p><p>All applications are to include 3 referees, the applicant&#39;s CV and the Thomas Carr College Application Form located on the About Our College section on the College website: <a href="https://www.thomascarr.vic.edu.au/about/employment/" rel="nofollow">https://www.thomascarr.vic.edu.au/about/employment/</a> </p><p>Applications close 4pm Monday 8 November 2021.<br /></p>
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