If interested in this opportunity, submit by email an expression of interest of no more than two pages addressing the position criteria and outlining your qualifications and teaching experience. Include the names of two professional referees who are familiar with and able to discuss your professional abilities and suitability for this position.
Applications and enquiries should be forwarded to Erica Edgley, Head Teacher Special Education .
Phone 02 9569 2444
Marrickville High School is a dynamic and creative co-educational high school situated in Sydney's inner west. The school's focus is to foster an environment where learners develop the skills and attributes needed to successfully engage in all aspects of learning. At Marrickville High School, students are engaged in all domains of learning and the whole school community works in partnership to ensure each student achieves to the best of their ability. Our teachers provide a quality learning environment for students that draws on research-informed pedagogy. Teachers are involved in research, collaboration, data analysis and professional learning to continually reflect on and improve their practice. Our school grounds are extensive, allowing the students to pursue a full range of sports. In addition, the school includes two special purpose units: a support unit for students with intellectual disabilities and Marrickville Intensive English Centre (IEC) providing specialist English language development for recently arrived non-English speaking students prior to their enrolment at local high schools. The inclusive nature of our school contributes to developing students who appreciate our cultural diversity and contribute positively to society. Find out more on the school website, http://www.marrickvil-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Find out more on the school website, at https://marrickvil-h.schools.nsw.gov.au/
This position is a full-time position (1.0) for Terms 3-4 2019 with the possibility of extension in 2020.
• Approval to teach Special Education and/or experience and willingness to teach students with autism and emotional disturbance. • Demonstrated capacity to cater for the needs of students, and to develop and implement new and existing individual learning, behaviour and risk management plans. • Capacity to integrate technology into effective classroom practice • Ability to liaise and collaborate with all educational stakeholders, including parents/carers, staff, students, departmental personnel, external agencies and the wider community.