Independent Public School - South Metropolitan Education Region
Yule Brook College
Teacher - Secondary Generalist
Pool Ref IPS/TCH694934
Teacher, $72,137 - $107,049 per annum (SEA GA 2019)
Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/TCH694934
Yule Brook College is seeking to establish a pool of Teacher Secondary Generalists for appointments to permanent and fixed term, full-time and part-time vacancies which may arise during the 2021 school year and up to the end of Term 3, 2022. Appointments can be made from the pool at any time for commencements within the 2021 school year, up to the end of Term 3, 2022.
Yule Brook College is a small, caring and supportive learning community that encourages students and staff to achieve their potential through the approach of ‘one student at a time in a community of learners’. Our students become responsible and active members of the community through a strong focus on the principles of the Big Picture design for education, encompassing academic excellence, development of social skills, emotional wellbeing, respect and values. We have been a middle school since 2000, but from 2022 students will be able to stay to complete Year 11 and 12 through the International Big Picture Learning Credential.
We seek to engage young people in learning through implementing the Big Picture Education design which encourages all students to identify and pursue their interests and passions. We want to prepare our young people uncommonly well for life post-school life and we start that by engaging students in the community through internships. We aim to be strongly connected with families. We do this each term through learning plan meetings and exhibitions. We have high expectations of each and every student to do the best they can and be the best they can be.
We are seeking teachers that are willing to share their interests, passions and story with the students. The suitable applicants will be those who are enthused and excited by finding out what their students are interested in and developing learning plans with each one, backward mapping the curriculum, documenting each and every student’s work and learning. Suitable applicants will ideally be able to help each and every student believe that they matter, see and value their culture, talents, and interests, help them fit by changing the school and the classroom to suit individual needs and who can help students work around restrictions put on them. That is, someone who never gives up on any student.
The Advisory is a small community within the school. Suitable applicants will work with these students each day as their Advisory teacher. Students are expected to become respectful, caring and productive members of the Advisory group. The Advisory teacher’s role is to teach inspire, bond, organize and manage learning. You will negotiate student learning plans, convene meetings with students, parents and mentors, help students develop extended projects and prepare for exhibitions. Advisory teachers take responsibility for student learning across the curriculum including literacy and numeracy in addition to some teaching in your specialist subject area.
You will discover how a philosophy of combining personalised learning and working together - one student at a time in a community of learners - is the key to creating schools where students are engaged in meaningful learning, and where academic progress is measured against real-world standards and how it transforms the young people in it. Do this and you make a difference to these young peoples’ lives and the community for years to come.
Further to this the ability to develop the numeracy and/or literacy skills of lower secondary students and students at educational risk is highly desirable. The ability to critically analyse student performance data and the capacity to incorporate this knowledge into action plans to achieve meaningful student outcomes would also be highly advantageous.
Yule Brook College sits in the heart of Maddington, in the City of Gosnells. Our students come predominantly from the suburbs of Maddington and Kenwick (approximately 70%), with some from further afield, particularly drawn by our Clontarf and Deadly Sista Girlz academies. Our student population come from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the school to discuss the unique context of our school before submitting your application.
To be suitable for this role, you will need to demonstrate your competency against the following domains (that govern the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers):
Applications will be assessed against these domains. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy.
Applicants currently completing the Department of Education Leap program (formerly known as the Switch program) can apply for vacancies using their current or Leap qualification – even if they have not completed the program at the time of applying. Applicants may be appointed to a vacancy based on the qualification being completed via the Leap program.
The Department is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.
Further information about Yule Brook College can be found by visiting www.yulebrookcollege.wa.edu.au or Schools Online.
Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here
Appointed applicants may be eligible for recognition of prior service.
For further job related information:
Please contact Hilary Saunders, Principal, by telephoning (08) 9251 8333 or emailing Hilary.S.Saunders@education.wa.edu.au
During the school holiday period, please contact Hilary Saunders on 0403 777 510.
All applications are submitted online. Select “Apply for Job”, at either the top or bottom of this screen and follow the instructions on your screen.
Your application should include:
It is recommended you have these documents completed and ready to attach before selecting “Apply for Job”.
You are asked to complete an online application form and attach your documentation, please allow enough time to complete this process as applications cannot be accepted after the closing date and time.
After you have submitted your application online, you will receive an email confirming lodgement. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please telephone (08) 9264 4127.
If you are having difficulty submitting your online application, please telephone (08) 9264 8666 for assistance.
Employees will be required to:
(Applicants who require a Limited Registration to teach from the TRB are not eligible). Information regarding eligibility may be obtained by contacting TRB on (08) 9230 0600 or for Country callers 1300 652 911 or trb.wa.gov.au
Employees will be required to:
The Department applies a four (4) day breach period to this selection process.
Applications must be submitted before 4.30pm (WST) on Monday, 2 August 2021
APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE
PROFORMA, FAXED, HAND DELIVERED, POSTED, EMAILED AND LATE APPLICATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
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CLOSING DATE: 2021-08-02 4:30 PM
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