Fixed Term Full time and Part time
William Campbell College is a purpose-built, special assistance school currently being built in Nowra Hill on the South Coast of New South Wales and will open its doors to students in 2023. The College will offer a holistic education system to support students with social, emotional, behavioural or learning difficulties, whose specific needs are not being met by mainstream education.
Students may be disengaged from school, have suffered trauma or experienced time in out-of-home care. Incorporating trauma-informed teaching, positive education and wellbeing practices in a caring, safe and supportive environment, the College will support student’s growth and achievement from years K-6.
Built on a 120-acre property, the College curriculum is enhanced by student’s personal experiences outside the classroom, with a whole school focus on agriculture, horticulture, permaculture, aquaculture, music, art and crafts.
About the role:
We are looking for enthusiastic and experienced full time and part time teachers to join our team as we open our doors to students in 2023. Staff will work closely to implement trauma-informed educational programs that support the individual needs of our students.
Teachers will work collaboratively in a shared classroom environment with another teacher and Student Learning Support Officer (SLSO).
Successful candidates will be required to provide responses to the below Selection Criteria:
Qualifications and Experience Confirmed (NESA accreditation)
A sound understanding of the NESA syllabus requirements.
Detail your understanding of the development of social/emotional skills and how to embed specific strategies within the educative process.
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement effective teaching, learning and assessment programs.
Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and review effective individualised education programs in collaboration with students, carer’s, SLSO’s, caseworkers and other therapy providers.
Proven successful experience teaching students with social, emotional and behavioural learning difficulties whilst utilising effective behavioural management techniques.
Demonstrate your commitment to ongoing personal and professional development.
As a child safe organisation, WCC requires satisfactory statutory checks and references prior to confirmation of employment inclusive of a NSW Working With Children Check (WWCC), a National Police Check and a NDIS Worker Check.
How to Apply:
If you are interest in this position, please follow the process below:
You are invited to submit an application that highlights;
Why you would like to teach at the William Campbell College (cover letter)
Your qualifications and teaching experience
Responses to the above Selection Criteria
We are committed to being an equal opportunity employer and do not tolerate discrimination in any form. All applicants who meet the criteria will receive equal consideration for employment.
At William Campbell College, we take pride in our respectful and diverse workplace culture, which supports and creates opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for the benefit of children, young people, individuals and families. We value the unique skills, experience and knowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people contribute to the workplace, and encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for roles within our organisation.