Position No: 2022-0479-TCH-A-0-5
Applications Close: 23/09/2021 11:30 PM
NIT - Science (Reception - Year 6)
Memorial Oval Primary School is seeking a teacher to partner with our community in developing self-motivated, resilient, lifelong learners.
It is essential that the teacher is collaborative, willing to plan and work with others to deliver an effective Science program to improve learning outcomes and facilitate growth for all students in a caring, learning environment with a strong focus on community engagement.
Whilst this position is initially for a NIT role with an emphasis on Science from Reception to Year 6, the successful applicant would be expected to have the capacity to work in the role of a full time classroom teacher if required.
Where applicable, they are required to work with whole school agreements as outlined in our School Improvement Plan. Knowledge and proven practice in the teaching of Science is essential as well as the ability to liaise with other schools in planning and moderation.
A sound knowledge of student wellbeing practice such as Introspection and restorative practices would be an advantage.
Classroom teaching R-6 may be a requirement of this position in the future.
In addition to the salary the following financial incentives may apply depending on the site location:
Reduction of Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) debts for teachers in very remote areas - Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Australian Government (dese.gov.au).
Please note that part time and flexible arrangements will be considered.
Site: Memorial Oval Primary School
Local Partnership: Whyalla
Tenure: 27/01/2022 ongoing
Fraction of time: 1.0
Subject: Science to Year 6
Conditions: $73,052 - $105,951 per annum FTE / Teacher Conditions
School Website: http://www.mops.sa.edu.au
Eligibility and Application Instructions
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