Visual Arts, Technology Teacher

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Secondary Teacher

Teaching Subject: Technology , Visual Art

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 23 September 2022

Excellent opportunity for a Visual Arts, Technology Teacher to join our friendly, talented and dedicated teaching team.

<p><b>Commencing Term 3,</b> 18 July 2022, this is a permanent/ongoing position . <br /></p><p>The teaching load is 0.6 FTE Visual Arts, 0.4 FTE Technology and full-time for those willing and able to teach across both areas.</p><p><b><br /></b></p><p><b>ABOUT US </b></p><p>For 127 years, NEGS has woven a rich tapestry of educational prospects in a traditional, rural, Christian environment, enjoying an exceptional reputation in academic scholarship; extensive co-curricular offerings; caring and nurturing Boarding connections; excellent student Wellbeing programs; and outstanding opportunities provided through a world-class Equestrian Centre, Regional Sporting Complex, Livestock Precinct and 50 hectares of open, green space. The School is co-educational Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6, girls-only Years 7 to 12 and girls Boarding Years 5 to 12. </p><p>The School&#39;s size privileges its teachers, boarding and support staff to know, value and care for each girl and young boy, partnering with them to ensure their learning pathway is rigorous and personalised, yet broad and balanced, and enhanced by healthy and respectful relationships within a culture of care. </p><p>At NEGS, we seek employees who will continue to support our School in being one of the best regional Day and Boarding Schools in Australia.</p><p><br /></p><p> </p><p><b>Purpose of the Position </b></p><p>This position requires an enthusiastic and engaging Visual Arts Teacher with a willingness to teach Technology, who is committed and passionate about sharing knowledge in a way that motivates and inspires students to realise their potential. You will be responsible for managing student learning within the creative arts team, preparing lessons and curriculums, as well as guiding students through the completion of major works and projects.</p><p>In addition to teaching responsibilities, you will have duties in relation to student welfare and discipline, supervision and fostering good relationships with the students, their parents/guardians and the wider community through friendly and professional communication.</p><p><br /></p><p> </p><p><b>Key Selection Criteria </b></p><p><b>Required: </b></p><p>• A Bachelor of Education or a degree qualification supported by a Post Graduate Diploma, or Masters, of Education. </p><p>• Current Teachers Accreditation with the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA). </p><p>• Hold or ability to obtain a current Working with Children Check (WWCC) number. </p><p>• Ability to use a range of instructional techniques and media consistent with available resources and student needs and capabilities. </p><p>• Guide students in the development of portfolio’s, major works and projects. </p><p>• Plan, coordinate and prepare displays and exhibitions for the school and for the community. </p><p>• Outstanding people skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team. </p><p>• Highly organised, with competent administration and IT skills. </p><p>• Committed to ongoing professional development and personal growth. </p><p>• Be skilled in classroom management. </p><p>• Understand the need to provide effective feedback. </p><p>• Possess a drive to achieve the best outcomes for students, parents and the School. </p><p>• Willingness to attend School events as an active member in the School community. </p><p>• Willingness to contribute and display an active commitment to the pastoral care and co-curricular programs in the School. </p><p>• Appreciation of the principles and practices of independent schools, in particular, boarding schools. </p><p><b>Preferred: </b></p><p>• Demonstrated experience in a similar position. </p><p>• The ability to teach a variety of subjects would be advantageous.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>
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Application Instructions

<p>Applications will be received until 5pm, Friday 23 September 2022. However, early applications will be considered and progressed accordingly prior to the closing date, later applications will be considered if the position is still available. Applications should include:</p><p>• Cover Letter - addressed to the Deputy Principal, Ms Liz van Genderen, stating why you are applying for the position, outlining your knowledge of and suitability for the role, and providing your contact details. </p><p>• Curriculum Vitae </p><p>• The names of three (3) referees, one of whom is a current supervisor. Referees will be contacted only after prior consultation with you. </p><p>Applications and enquires can be emailed to: </p><p>Katrina Robinson, HR Officer NEGS Armidale</p><p>Email: katrina.robinson&#64;</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>