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Inclusive and Specialist Education Teacher - Social Inclusion
  • Genuine opportunity to share your skills and knowledge with others
  • Chadstone & Moorabbin Campuses – onsite parking, close to public transport
  • Join a passionate team

THE OPPORTUNITY

Salary: $82.01 - $88.60 p/h + 11% super
Location: Chadstone campus.
WWCC: Appointment to this position is dependent on obtaining and maintaining an ‘employee’ Working with Children Check
Police Check: Appointment to this position is dependent on obtaining a Police Check.
Position Status: Casual/Relief Teaching

The Faculty of Education and Foundation Studies is dedicated to providing an innovative and supportive teaching environment with strong industry ties. Currently, the Social Inclusion department is on the lookout for an enthusiastic individual to contribute to our mission

  • Deliver engaging theoretical and practical sessions across various course areas within the Social Inclusion department.
  • Provide relief teaching for programs such as the Victorian Pathway Certificate, Certificate I in Transition Education, Certificate I in Work Education, and Certificate II in Work Education.
  • Focus on empowering diverse learners by building confidence, fostering independence, and developing work readiness skills.

ABOUT YOU

  • Passion for applying contemporary, evidence-based teaching and learning methods to enhance student learning outcomes.
  • Dedication to student-centred education and a commitment to excellence.
  • Ability to differentiate teaching and learning to accommodate students with diverse support needs in a specialist education environment.
  • Relevant industry qualification and experience, including higher study in specialist/inclusive education, registration as a teacher with the VIT, or qualifications and experience in disability and/or social work at a minimum AQF7 level.
  • Previous teaching or training experience preferred.
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116); or Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) with units TAELLN411 & TAEASS502, or equivalent units.

VIT registered applicants without the specific qualifications are still welcome to apply.

If you're passionate about inclusive education and making a difference in the lives of diverse learners, we encourage you to apply and be a part of our team!

ABOUT US

Holmesglen is a leading education provider, valued by local and international learners, industry and the community. We are recognised for innovation in education and training, applied research, creativity and entrepreneurship. Our open, collaborative and quality-driven culture inspires learners and staff to excel.

OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU

Holmesglen is committed to continuing to provide a safe workplace and have put systems and support in place for all our employees to work and deliver safely and flexibly.

Holmesglen is a child safe and equal opportunity employer. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people. We value diversity in our workforce and encourage people from all backgrounds, abilities, and identities to apply for roles within our organisation, including the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community. 

We provide our staff with:

  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Wellbeing programs
  • Professional and career development opportunities
  • Onsite parking and close proximity to public transport
  • Opportunities for all

Employees attending certain workplace settings, including health and care facilities, may be required to be meet mandatory vaccination obligations.

TO APPLY

All applicants must attach a Resume and Cover Letter. Please note, incomplete applications may not be considered.

Applications close 11:59 pm Wednesday, 22nd May 2024

Like to know more? Please contact Kellie Fernando-Bird, Head of Department, 9564 1507 and/or kellie.fernandobird@holmesglen.edu.au .

For application queries, please contact recruit@holmesglen.edu.au.

If you require specific support to apply for this position, please contact the Human Resources Department on 03 9564 1813 and we will work with you to identify the best way to assist. 

Job Ref: MM000349
Submitted: 09-05-2024
 

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