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    Preschol Teacher

    Warruwi School is a dynamic and inclusive Preschool to Middle School. Warruwi is approximately one hour by plane east of Darwin and lies 4kms off the West Arnhem coastline. We are committed to facilitating high quality educational outcomes for all students in a caring, inclusive, trauma-wise and strength based environment. We aim to prepare students to contribute positively through productive partnerships to an ever changing world. We expect all teachers to engage in whole school programs and projects that include Visible Learning, Direct Instruction Reading, Maths and Spelling. We seek passionate and skilled teachers that are student centred, effective team members and are keen to progress their capacity.

    Job Reference 26810
    Closing date December 13, 2017
    LocationDarwin, Northern Territory, Australia
    Type Full-Time
    Status Temporary / Contract
    Contact Keira Stewart
    0428 525 896
    keira.stewart@ntschools.net

    About this job

    Key Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Plan, prepare and explicitly deliver quality and effective preschool teaching and learning programs which are consistent with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and relevant curriculum policies, work programs and educational trends.

    2. Plan, prepare and explicitly deliver quality and effective teaching and learning programs across classes which are consistent with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and relevant curriculum policies, work programs and educational trends.

    3. Plan, prepare and explicitly deliver quality and effective teaching and learning programs

    4. Support students through interaction in a variety of settings and through the active development of supportive learning environments and effective behaviour management practices.

    5. Provide for the physical, social, cultural and emotional well-being and safety of students whilst at school.

    6. Regularly assess students (diagnostic, formative and summative) for developmental, feedback and reporting purposes.

    7. Maintain student records and samples of work and report on student performance to students, parents, the department and other stakeholders as required.

    8. Establish and maintain appropriate interpersonal relationships between the school, parents and community.

     

    Selection Criteria:

    Essential:

    1. Ability to plan, prepare and deliver teaching and learning programs to meet the diverse characteristics, needs and learning styles of students; which are consistent with relevant curriculum policies, work programs and education trends.

    2. Knowledge of and the ability to implement effective and inclusive teaching and learning processes, including the use of learning technology and assessment, to establish a challenging learning environment in which students are encouraged to work towards attainment of their potential.

    3. Ability to communicate effectively with students through appropriate interpersonal skills.

    4. Ability to plan and apply appropriate behaviour management strategies that contribute to establishing and maintaining a supportive learning environment.

    5. Ability to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with school staff, parents and members of the local school community in order to establish and develop productive partnerships, in an intercultural environment to achieve optimal educational outcomes.

    6. Commitment to maintain current and relevant professional learning and meet the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

    7. Nationally recognised Early Childhood education qualification.

     

    Further Information: 

    All applicants must be registered with the Teacher Registration Board of the Northern Territory and a current Working with Children Notice (Ochre Card) from SAFE NT.

    All applicants completing initial teacher education (ITE) courses after 1 July 2016 are required to provide proof of successful completion of the national Literacy and Numeracy Test for ITE students.