Position No: 2022-0574-TCH-A-0-27
Applications Close: 23/09/2021 11:30 PM
Para Hills High School is a vibrant medium sized school of 500 students, with a culturally diverse community. We are set to grow to approximately 600 students in 2022.
This position requires the teacher to teach a Special Class of students with a variety of disabilities, including Autism, intellectual and motor disabilities up to year 12.
The successful applicant will be required to model the school values in their actions and provide an inclusive and positive learning environment that has the students and families at the centre.
An ability to use a variety of technologies, is essential, as is an enthusiastic and creative mindset that seeks to innovate and promote diversity of opportunities for staff, students and families.
The position requires high impact teaching strategies with excellent understanding of multiple ways of differentiating learning experiences and making suitable adjustments to student learning environments.
The position requires support for students of all abilities and backgrounds and focus of the student achievements.
An ability to teach or desire to learn to teach across the full age range (Year 7 to year 12 is essential), with knowledge of Modified SACE.
Please note that part time and flexible arrangements will be considered.
Site: Para Hills High School
Local Partnership: Montague
Tenure: 27/01/2022 ongoing
Fraction of time: 1.0
Subject: Special Education (Special Class) to Year 12
Conditions: $73,052 - $105,951 per annum FTE / Teacher Conditions
School Website: http://www.phhs.sa.edu.au
Eligibility and Application Instructions
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