Location: Ormond, Vic.
About the Employer:
Beis Efraim College [t/a Divrei Emineh School]
About the role:
Beis Efraim College seeks expressions of interest for a Yiddish speaking ICT teacher able to teach students of a Chassidic background in our primary school.
Interested applicants must:
- Be knowledgeable with all practices and obligations of a Chassidic Jewish lifestyle.
- Have a thorough knowledge of Chassidic values, ethics and philosophy.
- Respect a Chassidic lifestyle and Chassidic practices.
Key Duties of the Position
- To facilitate teaching and learning in a bi-lingual Yiddish and English classroom and school.
- To deliver the stated integrated curriculum as required by the college in the area of ICT and digital technologies.
- To monitor and evaluate student learning and progress.
- To support, analyse and assist student learning, both individually and in groups.
- To evaluate and report on students' learning development to college leadership and parents.
- To maintain a high level of "duty of care" towards all students.
- To conduct all interaction with students and parents with professionalism.
Key Selection Criteria
- Fluency in Yiddish and English (in reading, writing and speaking).
- Demonstrate capability in classroom management
- Display respectful and respectable conduct to both parents and students.
- Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional development as a member of the college's teaching team and show a firm commitment to the fundamental value of personal development.
- Certificate III or higher in the area of ICT, programming experience preferred
- Current VIT registration preferred, but interested applicants should apply for PTT consideration as a possible pathway to earn VIT registration.
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis.
How to Apply:
All prospective applicants are required to submit an application and comprehensive CV disclosing all relevant qualifications and suitability for the positions [email protected]. The successful applicants’ appointment will be conditional to that person undergoing a satisfactory WWCC.