Senior School Geography Teacher
Scots All Saints College is an independent, multi-campus P-12 co-educational day and boarding school located in Bathurst, Central West NSW.
The College is a school of the Presbyterian Church of Australia and provides unparalleled space and learning opportunities in an environment where students can develop academically, culturally, socially and spiritually.
The Senior School Geography Teacher works as a member of the Scots All Saints College Academic Team and will teach Year 9 and 12 on a full-time permanent basis.
Strong verbal and written communication, motivational, organizational, and leadership skills are among those most essential to Senior School Geography Teachers. In this role, individuals should be energetic and enthusiastic, displaying a high level of tolerance, patience, and support. They should be good listeners and enjoy working with children. Senior School HSIE Teachers should be comfortable interacting with those of various backgrounds and professional levels, from parents to school administrators. Besides these important abilities, Senior School HSIE Teacher must possess the following skills:
- creating lesson plans and assisting in curriculum development
- Applying various instructional strategies
- Completing student progress reports
- Managing classroom activities and student behaviour
- Communicating with parents and guardians
- Attending professional development classes and programs
The successful candidate will have:
- The Bachelor of Teaching Degree (Secondary) with a Geography specialisation
- Demonstrated understanding of the NESA requirements for the HSIE Key Learning Area Stages Four to Six
- Highly developed pedagogical skills with experience in programming, teaching and student assessment in courses
- Experience with, or capacity to teach, History, Careers, Christian Studies, Business Studies, and Legal Studies, or a combination of the above
- Experience working with children with a language background other than English desirable
- Ability to work collaboratively in a large and diverse team
- Exceptional personal standards of honesty, integrity and professionalism
- Highly refined communication skills, both written and verbal
- Ability to uphold and promote the Christian values and ethos of the College
- a current Working with Children Check
HOW TO APPLY
Before applying, please read the comprehensive role description found on our website
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Please submit the followings one PDF:
- A one-page introduction letter addressing your suitability for the role at Scots All Saints College responding to the role-related responsibilities listed in the Position Information Document.
- A two-page current Curriculum Vitae including the name and contact details of two (2) referees.
CLOSE DATE: Thursday 31st December 2020 9:00 am