Casual Teacher’s Aide

  • Company:
    St Patrick's Marist College - Dundas
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    2 days ago
  • Category:
    Education

Casual Teacher Aide

St Patrick’s Marist, Dundas is looking for a passionate and dedicated Teacher’s Aide to provide support and assistance to our teachers.

Casual teacher aides may be required to work individual days or for a fixed period of time

Teacher Aides are accountable for:

-Support of the mission, teachings and ethos of the Catholic Church’s work in schools.

-Demonstrated ability to work effectively both autonomously and as part of a team

-Demonstrated ability to follow direction, prioritise and meet set deadlines

-Demonstrated interpersonal skills in working with a range of personnel

-Strong planning and organisation skills

– Ability to respond to the changing priorities of the school

Typical Experience and Qualifications:

  • Certificate III in Education Support

  • Appropriate demonstrated experience

  • The Organisation

    St Patrick’s Marist College provides quality learning and teaching in a faith-centred environment. 

    This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child-related employment including the completion of a National Police Check, retention of a valid Working with Children Check and adoption and compliance with CEDP’s Child Safeguarding Procedures and Code of Conduct When Working With Students and Children.

    CEDP promotes the safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, and children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as well as people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds. 

    Successful Candidates for all positions at CEDP must have a valid Working With Children Check. For more information, please visit The Office of The Children’s Guardian here.