- Chief Examiner – closing date Wednesday 14 July 2021.
- Committee member – closing date Friday 13 August 2021.
- Assessor applications – closing date Friday 12 November 2021.
NESA's 2022 HSC exam development application is still open – you can find more information on the NESA website.
NBSC Mackellar Girls Campus is urgently seeking a casual relief German/French teacher for Weeks 5 and 6 in Term 2. The position can be either 5 days/week or 2 days/week – Tuesday and Thursday.
The successful candidate will:
- have the ability to teach German to Stage 6
- have the ability to teach French to Stage 4 (Stage 6 preferred)
- be willing to teach Year 7 Japanese (well supported).
Interested candidates should send their CV and referee contact details by 5 pm Thursday 13 May 2021 to:
Ms Mary-Anne Bianchin
NBSC Mackellar Girls Campus
A language position is available for an immediate start until the end of 2021, with a possible extension, at Peel High School in Tamworth.
Peel High School is a partially selective co-educational rural high school with a supportive head teacher responsible for languages.
This position is open to any language for Stage 4 classes in 2021.
For further information or to express interest in the position, please contact Erin Stewart.
Richmond High School (now also known as Richmond Agriculture College) is seeking a language teacher for a 0.5 teaching load, commencing Week 4, Term 2 and extending into 2022.
Currently the teaching load is French, but the school is open to the possibility of other languages, and of allocating a full teaching load if the successful applicant is interested.
For full details on the role and how to apply, please contact Phil Gordon (Deputy Principal).
Kingswood High is seeking a qualified language teacher to commence Term 3 2021 and continuing for 2022.
Currently the load is Stage 4 French, but the school is open to other languages.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
If you're interested in day-to-day casual or temporary teaching please send your CV to Amanda.email@example.com, Head Teacher, Secondary Studies.
Languages taught at the school include: Chinese, French, Japanese and Spanish.
The Saturday School of Community Languages is a vibrant and high achieving school with students who are committed to language studies. Our school is supportive, positive and forward thinking with a proud history of excellence in language teaching and learning.
We are looking for two enthusiastic and dedicated Year 11 Spanish teachers to teach the Continuers course. The positions are available at Kogarah High School and The Hills Sports High School Centres. For further information, please contact Sana Zreika, Principal Saturday School of Community Languages on 7814 2531.
Warilla High School is seeking a language teacher for 2021, ideally for one of the following languages:
For further information, please email Helen Sheridan or call 4296 3055.
The school is seeking expressions of interest from suitable candidates who are able to teach any language. The language offered at the school will depend on the language(s) that the successful candidate is able and willing to teach.
Please see the attached EOI for details. For further information contact Brad Lewis on 02 4349 3600 or at BRADLEY.LEWIS@det.nsw.edu.au.
NSW School of Languages is seeking expressions of interest from teachers for casual or temporary position in Stages 5 and 6 Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Modern Greek, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish or EAL/D from 27 January 2021.
An expression of interest addressing the criteria, of no more than 2 pages in length should be submitted to Ms Tomoko Takahata, A/Deputy Principal by 4pm on Friday 4 December 2020.
Statement of duties
- Designing and delivering quality teaching and learning programs appropriate to the needs of distance education students; following syllabuses in accordance with NESA and Department of Education rules, regulations and memoranda; following NSW School of Languages subject information, assessment policies and procedures
- Accurate record keeping on students’ record cards, register, mark book and reports in the online administrative system
- Other duties as determined by the Head Teacher or Deputy Principal.
- Teaching qualifications for Stage 5 and 6 in one or more of the languages listed and demonstration of successful teaching experience and curriculum implementation for the additional skills listed above. Must have current NSW Department of Education approval to teach.
- Knowledge of curriculum, assessment and student welfare needs to design, create and deliver quality, inclusive teaching and learning programs to suit the needs of distance education students, including the incorporation of digital technologies.
- Skills and/or experience in the use of information and communication technology (ICT) for teaching, communication and administration purposes.
- Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work as an effective and harmonious team member.
- Demonstrated commitment to the values of public education.
- Knowledge of and commitment to the Department’s Aboriginal Education policies.
The EOI should provide your qualifications and special aptitudes for this position whilst addressing the selection criteria. Please indicate which language/s you will teach and how many days per week you will be available. All teachers are expected to work on Wednesdays in order to attend staff and faculty meetings and are expected to participate in whole school activities.
For further information contact Tomoko Takahata.
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