Special Needs Teacher | Sydney’s Northern Beaches

Tes smartRecruitmentNew South Wales

This is an excellent opportunity and offers many benefits for those eager to work in an Independent, co-educational K-12 school, with caring and passionate staff with a commitment to excellence. Located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, this school has a dynamic learning environment, which fosters diversity, communication and professional growth.


About the Role:

• Part-time, Permanent position

• Working 3 days a week - days are flexible

• Commencing Term 2 2021

• Assisting students with varied needs across Primary and Secondary year levels

• Experience working closely with Special Needs students is essential


Selection Criteria:

• Be suitably qualified with an Education Teaching Degree (qualification must be recognised in Australia)

• Be registered, or have the ability to be registered with NESA and WWCC

• Ability to provide current and relevant teaching references from Middle Management/Executive Leadership level (please note referees will not be contacted prior to your express approval, and all applications treated in complete confidentiality)

• Have the right to work in Australia


To apply for this role, email your CV to megan.cotton@tes.com quoting Job Reference number #TES2103-547874MC or click ‘Apply for this job’. Please note only suitable applicants will be contacted.

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Tes smartRecruitment

New South Wales

Tes smartRecruitment
Level 5501/83-97 Kippax StreetSurry HillsSydneyNew South Wales2010Australia
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