Do you have a passion for supporting the development and implementation of effective strategies and programs to improve curriculum outcomes for students with disability? Have you considered sharing your knowledge and skills with others whilst working as part of a multidisciplinary team? Being an Advisory Visiting Teacher Vision Impairment offers you the opportunity to utilise your knowledge and experience and enjoy the satisfaction of giving students from diverse backgrounds the skills they need to succeed across a cluster of schools.
|Position status||Fixed Term Temporary|
|Occupational group||Education & Training|
|Workplace Location||Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Ipswich region|
|Job ad reference||QLD/MER390782|
|Yearly salary||$64934 - $97741|
|Job duration||to 24/06/2022|
|Contact person||Sharni Tomkins|
An Advisory Visiting Teacher- Vision Impairment is an experienced teacher who provides specific information on the nature of a student's vision impairment and appropriate educational adjustments to classroom teachers and school teams. AVTs assist school teams to understand the functional impact of a student's disability in a range of learning environments.
This role requires:
Your current supervisor must be aware of your application and supportive to release you should a suitable position arise
Applicants for these positions must possess:
How to apply:
**Applicants are encouraged to commence and submit their application as early as possible as the Department of Education reserves the right to reduce the application period and/or remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found.**
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