Glenwood High School is seeking a permanent Indonesian teacher to commence in Term 1 2018. The successful candidate should also demonstrate a willingness to teach Stage 4 French, for which all resources and lesson sequences will be fully developed. For more information and details on how to apply, go to https://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/job/teacher-indonesian-glenwood-high-school-94422.
Expressions of interest are invited from teachers interested in this unique career opportunity, to relieve in the position of an Indonesian bilingual teacher K-6 at Scotts Head PS, from Tuesday 29 August until Tuesday 19 December 2017 (with an extension and possibility of full-time work in 2018).
This temporary position is for 3 days per week (Tuesday to Thursday) for the remainder of 2017.
Interested applicants are invited to submit an expression of interest addressing the selection criteria, of no more than 2 pages in length, to Gillian Stuart, Principal, Scotts Head Public School, firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Wednesday 23 August 2017.
For full details, including selection criteria, please see attached file.
For further information, contact Gillian Stuart, Principal, Scotts Head PS, email@example.com
Glenwood High School is a comprehensive high school in the north-west of Sydney, established in 2005. It has well-established Indonesian and French programs.
From early May 2016 until end of Term 4 2016 we have a vacancy for an enthusiastic Indonesian teacher. The position is for 3 days a week, or 4 days a week if the applicant is able to teach some Stage 4 French.
There is a possibility that this position will continue into 2017 and beyond.
Departmental approval to teach is required.
Please contact Faye Nash at firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in the position or to seek further information.
Registration is now open for the Indonesian student day to be held at the University of Sydney on Friday, 12th June. This day is a cross sectoral initiative open to all high schools in NSW offering an Indonesian program in Years 9-12. Students of Indonesian will have the opportunity to talk with current university students about studying Indonesian at tertiary level, practise and extend their language skills, participate in dancing, martial arts and cooking workshops, enjoy an Indonesian lunch and more!
There is no cost for this day, however, teachers will be required to nominate a language activity that they would be willing to organise.
Registration closes on 18 May but please register early as places are limited. Below is a link to the online registration form:
For more information, please contact Lyndall Franks on 9244 5355 or email@example.com
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