The successful applicant will:
- have a commitment to and understanding of the ethos and traditions of Catholic Education;
- hold current registration with the Queensland College of Teachers; and
- be eligible to work in Australia for the duration of the appointment.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher to fill the role of Support Teacher Inclusive Education. The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to the education of students with needs, have proven organisational skills, effective communication skills, is a good listener and be an innovative and creative educator. Our Lady of Good Counsel values teachers who create positive and nurturing learning environments for their students. This person will also provide support for a diversity of students through assisting teachers with quality differentiated teaching practice.
Our Lady of Good Counsel School, Gatton, is a Catholic Primary School situated in the Lockyer Valley. We are a co-educational school with approximately 266 students. We offer our families and students a broad education founded on the values of the Mercy tradition. Our school community works together – united in our belief in Jesus Christ and His values and supporting each other in many different and important ways. It is this partnership that develops a feeling of family and also pride in our school.
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Estimated Start Date: Commencing January 2020
Employment Tenure: Full Time + Continuing
Tenure Duration (if "Fixed Term"):
If Part Time, hours and/or days required:
Employment Conditions: Diocesan Catholic Education Employing Authorities in Queensland Single Interest Agreement 2015-2019
This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child related employment in accordance with the law.
Contact Person: Nathan Haley
Contact Telephone Number: 0754 602 999
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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