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 Nathan Cluness, Head Teacher Technologies.
Phone 02 9836 1890
Rouse Hill High School's vision is to have a dynamic, accountable, resilient and engaged school community. Our focus is to prepare students to be active and informed citizens now and in the future. We will achieve this through a strong focus in our curriculum on transferable skills such as collaboration and teamwork, critical and creative thinking, and the innovative use of technology. Rouse Hill is a medium-sized comprehensive high school located in the rapidly growing northwest corridor of Sydney. Currently the school has an enrolment of 860 with 60 teaching staff. The school has one autism class and stage 6 students complete a HSC via the compacted curriculum model. The Parents and Citizens Association works closely with the principal to determine the directions of the school and support the school in many ways.
Find out more on the school website, at https://rousehill-h.schools.nsw.gov.au/
The position will involve teaching Year 7-8 Technology Mandatory and Year 7-10 PDHPE with the possibility of some other subjects as required by the timetable. The position is available from 5th August 2019 to 15th November 2019 with the possibility of an extension beyond this. The successful applicant will be expected to plan quality lessons and contribute to faculty and school priority areas and goals throughout the duration of their appointment.
1. Willingness to teach Technology Mandatory, PDHPE and other subjects as required by the timetable. 2. Successful experience in integrating technology in the classroom with knowledge of Google Drive and Classroom an advantage. 3. Demonstrated capacity to differentiate the curriculum to cater for the diverse learning needs of future focused learners.