SEDA Group Teacher – WA
SEDA Group (SEDA) is an applied learning education provider, known for successfully developing a model of Senior Secondary School and Vocational Education and Training both inside and outside the classroom. As a national organisation, our hands-on learning environment is unrivalled by any other education provider, as we focus on individual learning and enabling our students to build transferrable skills that will prepare them for a successful future.
SEDA has a rare opportunity for an experienced and motivated Teacher for the Netball WA Sports Development Program to join our team in a fixed term role. Your supportive and engaging nature will be responsible for effective and engaging delivery of assessment material for WACE (Physical Education, English and Career and Enterprise) and VET courses; developing and maintaining partnerships with key stakeholders (including parents, students, local community, employers and local government); maintaining all assessment and reporting documentation for WACE and VET courses including records/reports for all participants; implementing and supporting the relevant State Sporting Association’s strategic plan; and facilitating continuous improvement across all aspects of the role.
Now let’s talk about you.
You will be joining SEDA as a pivotal part of a dedicated and successful team. This is an important role, so it goes without saying that you will be TRBWA registered and have a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment TAE40110 (or prepared to work towards one), coupled with relevant industry currency; current drivers licence, current working with children check and a current First Aid qualification (including CPR).
You will have demonstrated strong organisational skills including planning and time management with an ability to prioritise and manage workload, meet deadlines and adapt to changing circumstances as will be evident from your experience playing and coaching sport. You will have strong interpersonal and well developed verbal and written communication skills combined with a positive attitude as you will be a role model for our SEDA values of professionalism, innovation, integrity and collaboration.
In return, we will reward you with a competitive salary (aligned to the School Education Act Employees’ General Agreement), genuine career growth opportunities and flexibility, a relaxed and inclusive work culture, working with a team of like-minded individuals who are passionate, energetic and positive about making a valuable contribution to the lives of students.
If you are inspired by the prospect of being a part of something bigger and you want your contribution to matter, apply for this position now by submitting a covering letter and a current resume directly to email@example.com by Friday 5th October.
Conditions of engagement including probation, health and character checks (including police records check and working with Children Check) will apply to this position. All Applicants need to satisfy the selection criteria outlined in SEDA Group’s Skills First Contract and maybe required to complete a Fit and proper person declaration form’ to be eligible for engagement.
SEDA Group strongly welcomes applications from our diverse Australian community including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people of all ages and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. All employment decisions are based on merit and we pride ourselves on being an Equal Opportunity Employer.
SEDA Group has a zero tolerance policy for child abuse and is committed to promoting child safety, children’s wellbeing and protecting children from abuse.
If you have the right background and experience and wish to apply for this position please send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.