Learning Support Teacher Cessnock (0.60FTE)

Website St Philips Christian College Dynamic Learning

Learning Support Teacher Cessnock (0.60FTE)

A St Philip’s Christian College teacher is a committed follower of Jesus Christ who has the passion and ability to deliver exceptional educational standards while aligning with and supporting the core values of St Philip’s Christian College, namely:

– Christ first
– Serve one another
– Strive for excellence
– Do what is right
– Build community
St Philip’s Christian Education has been on a journey to be a leading provider of quality schooling within our nation for over four decades, paving the way to an integrated, flexible, student-centred learning spaces that unleash the student’s personal best in all areas of learning as a whole person- intellectually, socially, physically and spiritually.

 Job Description
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

It is expected that all applicants would:
• Be committed Christians, who are practising members of a local Christian church;
• Be committed to the principles of Christian schooling, including being fully supportive of the Mission Statement, Vision Statements and Core Values of the College;
• Be whole-hearted in their support of providing a child-safe community, and expect that this is pro-actively managed in this community;
• Be well-organised;
• Can function well as a member of a team, demonstrating a heart for Christian service, corporate spiritual disciplines (e.g. prayer and Bible reflection), initiative and leadership skills within their area of operation;
• Be prepared to contribute to the extra-curricular life of the College, regardless of their normal
role within the College;
• Must hold a current NSW Working with Children Check.
• The successful applicant may be required to undergo a medical examination before
appointment.

Desired Skills and Experience
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

• Experience working with students with additional needs;
• Experience in special education across both primary and secondary desirable;
• Qualifications in special and inclusive education required;
• Completed appropriate tertiary qualifications and NESA Proficient Teacher accreditation or
working towards;
• Demonstrated ability to use a range of teaching strategies that meet student needs
individually and collectively;
• Ability to foster a safe, supportive, and engaging learning environment
• Proven ability to partner effectively with parents in the education and care of their children;
• A commitment to ongoing professional development;

GENERAL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
• Knowing the students well and teaching according to their needs;
• Planning, preparing and delivering effective teaching and learning programs which demonstrate:
o alignment with a Christian worldview;
o strong content knowledge;
o current educational research and practice;
o high capacity for student engagement;
o consistency with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, relevant syllabus
o documents, and policy and procedural documents.
• Assessing students in a variety of ways, giving effective feedback that leads to improvement;
• Reporting on student progress and performance to students, parents, the College and other
stakeholders as required;
• Maintaining student records and samples of work;
• Developing and utilising a wide variety of practices that ensure learning is prioritised in their
classes;
• Creating a learning environment where all students feel safe and secure, enabling to learn
effectively.

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To apply for this job please visit spcc.elmotalent.com.au.

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