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Current Positions Available
The Department of Education NT are currently seeking passionate and engaged teachers with a specialisation in Special Education to come Teach in the Territory in the new year.
We have a range of positions available in urban and remote schools, and generous support to move you and your family to your chosen school and ensure a smooth transition to Territory life.
You can view all current vacancies for a range of Special Education positions on our Teach in the Territory website here: Classroom Teacher vacancies | Teach in the Territory https://www.teachintheterritory.nt.gov.au/classroom…
Please call the Talent, Attraction and Recruitment team on 1800 646 391 or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
We encourage you to share this information to any colleagues or networks that may be interested.
Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Learning Intervention – The Melbourne Grad School of Education
Founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne is Australia’s #1 university and is consistently ranked amongst the leading universities in the world. We are proud of our people, our commitment to research and teaching excellence, and our global engagement.
About the Melbourne Graduate School of Education
The Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE) fosters staff productivity, growth, and engagement in a collective effort to enrich the contribution that education makes to society. We conduct research and teaching that leads to the transformation of education practice both within and beyond the profession. MGSE stimulates learning that enriches the potential of students from around the world, enabling meaningful careers and profound contributions to communities. We provide research leadership, setting the direction for high-impact, innovative and responsive research that addresses the pressing issues of our time. We lead purposeful engagement with society, sharing our resources and expertise as part of collaborative efforts to build a resilient, equitable and sustainable future.
About the Role
This Senior Lecturer/Lecturer position will be at the forefront of learning intervention in Australia with evidence of a growing international profile and commitment to both tertiary teaching and research. The successful applicant will make effective contributions to teaching and learning, engagement, leadership and service within the Learning Intervention Team, which is part of the Learning Intervention Academic Group
As Senior Lecturer/Lecturer, you will be familiar with and contribute to current developments and policy debates relating to supporting students with learning difficulties and disabilities in schools and other educational contexts. You will contribute to and lead key scholarly and research projects undertaken by the Learning Intervention Team nationally and internationally. You will be involved with subject development, including the development of online pedagogies, subject coordination and course coordination. You will also contribute to graduate research student supervision and training and liaise with colleagues in educational psychology, the Centre for Wellbeing Science, and other academic groups within MGSE. You will have an active and impactful program of research activity, the proven ability to attract significant funding and a growing profile of research publications in quality journals.
Applications close soon so if anyone is interested, or knows of anyone who might be looking for a position in Melbourne
3 Teaching Positions at Henbury School – Darwin Northern Territory for 2022
Henbury School is a purpose built school catering for students from Year 7 to 12. We pride ourselves on being an eclectic and inclusive community with connections to all the Senior and Middle Schools in the Darwin area. Currently we have an expected enrolment in 2022 of 162 students. 100 students are on Henbury Campus and 62 in seven classrooms over the three middle schools (Dripstone Middle School, Nightcliff Middle School and Sanderson Middle School) and two senior schools (Casuarina Senior College and Darwin High School) that are situated in Darwin City and the Northern Suburbs.
We also operate an innovative work training facility on Aralia Street in Nightcliff, which is called our Henbury on Aralia Precinct. It is comprised of an Opportunity Shop and Café that is open to the wider community. All our students have access to this facility for educational, social and work training experiences.
At Henbury School we offer a comprehensive integrated curriculum, based on the Australian Curriculum and in the Senior Years of schooling the Northern Territory Certificate of Education (NTCET). Our senior students are also offered access to VSS (Vocational Education and Training in Schools) courses. Our individualised programs are designed to maximise the development of independent living skills, communication, socialisation and mobility.
We have a rigorous EAP (Educational Adjustment Plan) process that puts the student at the centre and values the contributions of the family in setting goals. Our planning sessions happen each year in Term One. The Classroom Teacher, SESO (Special Education Support Officer), Senior Teacher and family are invited to contribute to this document. We also invite any other stakeholders that are involved in the students’ life that can contribute to the plan. At the end of each year the planning team meets to a review the EAP. This is a time for celebration and to make recommendations for the following year. Included in these meetings is information and support for navigating the NDIS amongst the many other supports available in the community for our families.
Henbury School has an explicit focus on health and wellbeing for the school community and employs a full time Counsellor/Psychologist and a Health Promoting School Nurse. Our Counsellor/Psychologist is available for both students and parents/carers. Our Nurse delivers health promoting education programs, emergency medical support, health care plans and toileting program assistance, as well as health consultancy support and referrals as required.
Some of the facilities and programs at Henbury include:
- Sensory room
- Engine room
- 25 meter Heated pool
- Student Café
- Covered outdoor basketball court
- Indoor hall with retractable seating, stage and associated AV equipment
- Enterprise Education – sewing, screen printing, woodwork, horticulture
- SAKG (Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden) Program
- School Farm including produce, aquaculture, chickens and ducks
- Extensive bike track and modified bikes
- Specialised playground equipment
- Visual Arts
- Performing Arts including choir, bucket drumming, djembe, ukulele, guitar, dance, circus
- Total Recreation sports program and interschool sports program
- School house for developing independent living skills (This is an off-site residence where senior students are supported in overnight stays)
- Dedicated Science room
- Four buses that allow our students access to the community including a dedicated bus that fits 4 wheelchairs as well as seats for their ambulant peers.
- Work training vehicle and coffee trailer
- Nutrition program including shopping and cooking
- Clontarf Academy
We have several FB sites:
Henbury School – https://www.facebook.com/HenburySchool/
Henbury Café – https://www.facebook.com/henburyonaralia/
Henbury Op Shop – https://www.facebook.com/henburyopshop/
Coffee trailer – https://www.facebook.com/CrewznBrew/
Fundraising Luncheon – https://www.facebook.com/HenburyLuncheon/
Please call me on (08) 8997 7077 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss a position at Henbury School in 2022.
CT Job Description 2022 Henbury School
Classroom Teacher – Start ASAP
Nemarluk School is a specialist school that caters for students with moderate and severe intellectual and/or multiple disability who are aged from 3½ to 12 years. Students access programs from classrooms within the Nemarluk campus and/or from satellite classes within local primary schools. The Assistant Principal collaborates with teaching teams and outside agencies to enable students to maximise their learning within school, home, and community settings. Families and the community are integral to successful partnerships.
The school is looking to recruit a teacher for a 18month contract.
Join a team of professionals who provide engaging learning opportunities for students with disability. We are looking for people who want to work in this specialist area teaching students who have disability. Our school has a satellite program where there are classes in mainstream schools.
This is an opportunity to provide high quality education to students with disability. As a school we have a range of whole school events including school performance that is directed by our school performance team.
We have small class sizes, fulltime Special Education Support Officer in your classroom, excitement of working in a specialist setting, opportunities for innovation, working in a team environment, a rare and challenging yet rewarding teaching opportunity central to Darwin.
*We have a performance team that consists of Music Teacher, Drama Teacher and *Visual Arts Teacher.
*Induction process for all new teachers to the school
*Supportive leadership team
*Partnerships with local primary schools
*Structured Teaching classes
*Successful Pre-School Program
*Professional Learning opportunities
*We work in a small progressive Education System
Check out the story of one of our teachers https://vimeo.com/prlx/review/340807460/6b1538cbba
Registration with Teacher Registration Board NT https://www.trb.nt.gov.au
Working with Children Card http://www.workingwithchildren.nt.gov.au
If you would like further information or to discuss positions Phone 89850400 ask to speak to Judy Morgan – Assistant Principal or Virg Hughes- Principal alternatively email email@example.com
For further information about current job opportunites contact the AASE Chapter in your state.