About the Opportunity
Nyangatjatjara College (NC) currently has a rewarding opportunity for an Upper Primary School or a Lower Secondary Teacher to teach classes of students who are acutely socio-economically disadvantaged, based in the Imanpa Community.
Supporting between 5-10 students, the day to day of the role will be to provide lesson planning and support to the students based across all levels of learning.
More specifically, some of your key duties will include (but will not be limited to):
- Planning and preparing engaging lessons to improve student learning outcomes;
- Teaching students according to their educational needs;
- Assessing, recording, and reporting on the attendance, progress, and development and attainment of students;
- Providing oral and written assessments and reports for individual students;
- Taking part of the school's staff professional development program; and
- Working as a member of a team to contribute to effective working relations within the school.
About the Benefits
This is an incredible opportunity to become involved with a dynamic, supportive and social workplace, and get to experience the true Australian outback, something most people never get to experience!
For your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with an attractive salary circa $73,000 - $105,000 based on your skills and experience! Additionally, you'll be able to greatly increase your take-home salary with access to up to $15,900 in salary sacrificing options! There is also a remote area allowance and retention bonus available to further increase your earning potential.
Relocation assistance is available, and you'll be provided with your own private accommodation with all utilities, including internet, paid for by the organisation. Annual flights home to your city of repatriation will also be provided to allow you to stay in contact with family and friends.
In addition, NC provides ongoing professional development opportunities, with access to paid study leave to ensure your skills are up to date.
About the Organisation
Nyangatjatjara College (NC) opened its doors for the first time on July 21st 1997. In the first five years of its life, the college grew from one building to multiple temporary buildings at four campuses based in the communities it serves.
NC provides secondary education across three remote communities, and primary education in one (Docker River). All of their students are Anangu and almost all speak Pitjantjatjara as their first language. They are the only secondary education provider in the Northern Territory south of Alice Springs.
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