Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the position of:
This important role in the Learning Diversity Team is for a part-time fixed-term position beginning on 15 June 2021 and concluding on 27 January 2022.
The successful applicant will have excellent communication and organisational skills, attention to detail, initiative and the ability to work in a fast paced environment.
Preferred applicants will have a background in literacy and numeracy intervention. Applicants should also be skilled in working with students and have the ability to support students who have a range of learning needs. This includes providing a variety of approaches to allow each student to reach their full academic potential. LSOs are required to liaise professionally with students, parents, teachers and other Learning Support Officers.
Competent use of ICT and a strong commitment to utilising learning technologies is essential. Experience in working in a similar position in a school setting would be advantageous.
A current Working with Children Check and National Police Check (NPC) are required, as well as a driver's licence. Up to date First Aid and Anaphylaxis training would be advantageous.
Please click on the links below for the Role Description and Application Guidelines.
If you believe you have the personal qualities and professional skills and qualifications to be successful in this role, please email your application, including a cover letter, CV and the names of two referees, by 9:00am 7 June 2020.
Questions concerning the role, and applications, are to be directed to the Learning Diversity Leader, Chris Sodaitis, at firstname.lastname@example.org