St. Joseph’s, Kingswood is an exciting, professional school community. We are looking for a committed, caring and passionate Primary K-6 Teacher to be part of our school community.
Teachers within the Diocese are responsible to the Principal and share in the learning and teaching of subject matters to students of the school community. Teachers are responsible for delivering high quality contemporary learning and teaching for the community they serve which is embedded in the Catholic world view. It is a collaborative ministry of witness and service and part of the evangelising mission of the Church.
Key focus areas
The Primary K-6 Teacher will fit the following criteria:
-Be a life-long learner who is enthusiastic, professional, caring and who wants to make a difference to the lives of children at St. Joseph’s
– Knowledge on how to plan, teach and reflect on lessons that meet the needs of the students in their class.
– Understand what constitutes effective, strategies in their learning and teaching programs and use this knowledge to make the content meaningful to students.
-Implement the PBS4L framework in their classrooms to ensure a safe, respectful learning environment.
-Operate effectively at all stages of the teaching and learning cycle, including planning for learning and assessment, developing learning programs, teaching, assessing, providing feedback on student learning and reporting to parents/carers.
-Value opportunities to engage with their school communities – students, staff and parents.
Please respond to the above selection criteria in your cover letter. Candidates are required to include in their resumes the details of two referees.
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta provides quality learning and teaching in a faith-centred environment across 83 primary and secondary schools and within early learning and out of school hours care centres in Western Sydney.
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.