Teacher English as a Second Language - Bankstown Intensive English Centre - 00003SW7
Date 2015-08-27 11:08:54 Location : Oceania
Advertisement Number A900069825
Number of Positions 2
Total Remuneration Package: Remuneration package valued at up to $103,003.00. Base salary ranges from $62,447.00 to $93,138.00, plus leave loading and employer's contribution to superannuation. Base salary rates above the minimum are available depending on experience.
School Name Bankstown Senior College
Principal Network Bankstown
Staffing Area Bankstown
Contact Name Robyn Giuliani
Contact Phone number 9796 8138 (Mon-Wed)
Closing Date 02-Sep-2015, 1:00:00 PM
Job Category Teachers
Organisation Teaching Service
Bankstown Senior College has an enrolment of 435 students (from 16-70 years of age), 94% of whom are from a non-English speaking background. 130 of these students attend the IEC and come from a variety of backgrounds. Over 90% are refugees. The College is a unique non-uniform senior high school operating over a four day week. The College delivers Board of Studies courses for Years 10-12, as well as a discrete English course for adults. The College also offers a post-compulsory Intensive English Centre (IEC) on site. The IEC provides English and cultural orientation for newly arrived refugees and migrants, between the ages of 16 and 26 years. The College has an inclusive support system, focusing on meeting the individual learning and emotional needs of students. The Bankstown Senior College Plan 2015-2017 and the 2014 Annual School Report can be accessed on the College website.
Specific Selection Criteria
Approval to teach English as a second language (secondary) within an Intensive English Centre. Demonstrated ability to deliver effective, engaging and differentiated teaching programs to maximise learning outcomes for students with diverse learning needs. Demonstrated experience or skills in integrating technology into effective classroom practice to enhance student engagement and learning. Demonstrated capacity to support the welfare and learning needs of newly arrived, adult, refugee students. Highly developed and effective interpersonal skills with capacity to collaborate within a flexible, dedicated faculty team and in college-wide initiatives.