Campus Location: Brighton & Melbourne CBD, or by negotiation
Reports to: Head of Campus
Employment Status: Permanent: Full-time or Part-time by negotiation
Salary Range: $72,571 - $112,990 + 11% super
The primary responsibility of the Classroom Teacher is to deliver and promote learning within the School community.
Teachers should ensure:
• Their delivery of the curriculum caters for students with varying learning styles and ensures best practice in pedagogy
• They keep up-to-date with modern teaching practices within their subject area
• Either have knowledge of, or be prepared to learn the explicit instruction model
• That they use a variety of assessment tasks for students to experience success and accurately assess levels of student achievement
• They attend relevant professional development sessions within their subject area
• Teachers are expected to participate in co-curricular activities including sport, the arts and/or outdoor activities.
• Teachers are expected to maintain records of classroom attendance
• Report writing in accordance with School policy
• Attend staff and other administrative meetings as required
• Perform yard duty as required
• Attend parent/teacher interviews as required.
KEY SELECTION CRITERIA:
• An ability to respond to the differing needs and talents of all students especially in relation to gender differences
• Ability to form a rapport with staff and students and build collaborative working relationships
• VIT registration and current Criminal Record Check
• Strong verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills
• Time-management skills.
Experience of working with children from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background. PERSONAL QUALITIES:
• Well organised
• Patient and relationship-oriented
• Enthusiastic and conscientious
• Ability to be part of a dynamic team. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:
• Recognised teaching qualifications INHERENT REQUIREMENTS: (This sections gives information about the physical and emotional health abilities required for the position)
• Teachers at Haileybury are expected to be involved in the School’s co-curricular program and usually work some evenings and weekends as required.
• The successful candidate will be expected to support the vision and ethos of the School.
• Staff must ensure that all decisions, pertaining to their role at Haileybury, are made in line with legislations and Haileybury Policies and Procedures as set out in the Staff Manual.
• Zone 1 & 2 Myki card is provided for City staff working 0.8 - 1.0 FTE
Haileybury is one of the leading schools in the Asia-Pacific region with campuses and education programs at Keysborough, Brighton, Berwick, City (Melbourne), Darwin (Northern Territory) and China. The School has enrolments exceeding across its operations. The School is acclaimed for its outstanding academic achievements, small class sizes, broad range of co-curricular activities and international opportunities.
Haileybury is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse.
Haileybury encourages applications from people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applicants are welcome to elaborate on experience they may have of working with children from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background.
Haileybury’s robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process. Applicants should be aware that we carry out Working With Children, police records and reference checks to ensure that we are recruiting the right people. Applicants must familiarise themselves with Haileybury’s Code of Conduct and Policy on Relationships between Staff and Students available on our website.