Service to Youth Council, Case Managers - Education
Flexible Learning Option (FLO) – Case Managers; Alternative Education (Studio West) – Case Managers
SYC are seeking highly motivated, creative and professional staff to join our Education Services teams.
Education Case Managers work with young people 12-19 years of age who are at risk of or are disengaged from education. Experience assisting young people to achieve positive outcomes, increase their wellbeing through holistic case management and/or have knowledge of the education sector is desirable.
Successful applicants will hold a degree in social work/science, education, psychology (or similar) or be working towards the same.
Camp Quality, Primary School Program Coordinator
Choose your work hours and become part of a great hard working team responsible for providing support to our children with cancer and their families through promoting and presenting the Primary School Program to schools, hospitals and corporate partners throughout for SA/NT.
To be successful in this position, it is essential you have performance and public speaking skills and experience within a school/ educational environment. The successful candidate will also have basic administration skills and a current manual driver’s license. At Camp Quality, we believe optimism and resilience isn’t only the best medicine for our children and families affected by cancer, but our employees too!!
Indulkana Anangu School, Early Years Teacher
Indulkana Anangu School needs an Early Years trained teacher to manage a new Family Centre (0-3 year olds). The successful applicant will manage the Family Centre and run a play group. The Centre may also be used as a Creche when training for parents is happening in the school or Family Centre.
Indulkana School is situated on the APY Lands in the Far North of South Australia. Most students speak Pitjantjatjara / Yankuntjatjara as their first language. All staff at Indulkana work in collaboration with Anangu Education Workers. Housing is provided for this position.
Carey Baptist Grammar School, Graduate Intern Teacher - Junior School
The key purpose of this role is to provide a graduate with an opportunity to learn from and support classroom teachers in delivering a differentiated learning program to meet individual student’s needs. This may involve teaching a whole class or working with a designated group of children as needed. The intern will work alongside classroom teachers from Prep to Year 6 as designated by the Deputy Head – Student Learning and the Head of School. From time to time the intern may replace absent teachers as designated by the Deputy Head – Student Welfare.
Immanuel College, Teaching Positions - Maths, Special Needs, Indigenous Student Support, ESL
Due to enrolment growth and staffing changes, the following opportunities exist for quality educators to become part of our innovative and dedicated team.
MATHS: A rare opportunity exists to join the lmmanuel Community teaching Mathematics to Middle School and Senior School students. The ability to teach Middle School Science will also be an advantage.
SPECIAL NEEDS TEACHER: The successful candidate will be a knowledgeable and skilled teacher with a sound understanding of theory and practice relating to the support of students with special learning needs. They will need to be energetic and collaborative and enjoy working with students on an individual and small group basis.
INDIGENOUS STUDENT SUPPORT OFFICER: The successful candidate will work with the Indigenous Student Coordinator for the provision of support to Indigenous students in years 8-12. The role will involve mentoring and tutoring to assist students in improving educational outcomes and developing a positive working relationship with the ability to communicate with parents, caregivers and stall members will be essential.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHER: lmmanuel College is seeking a skilled ESL teacher to work with students making a transition from the on-site ELICOS Centre to mainstream class environments. The successful candidate will be a highly collaborative person with a variety of strategies to meet the individual or small group needs of second language learners in a middle school environment.
All successful candidates will identify with the Christian values and ethos of the College.