LIV School is looking for a suitable and qualified innovative, dynamic and experienced educator who has a love and passion for LSEN learners, to complement our dynamic team.
- Teaching qualification
- LSEN experience in Foundation Phase
- To engage in class teaching which will foster a purposeful progression in learning and which is consistent with the learning areas and programmes of subjects and grades as determined.
- To be a class teacher.
- To prepare lessons taking into account orientation, regional courses, new approaches, techniques, evaluation, aids, etc. in their field.
- To assess learners according to LSEN assessment plan.
- To take on a leadership role in respect of the subject, learning area or phase, if required.
- To plan, co-ordinate, control, administer, evaluate and report on learners’ academic progress.
- To recognise that learning is an active process and be prepared to use a variety of strategies to meet the outcomes of the curriculum.
- To establish a classroom environment which stimulates positive learning and actively engages learners in the learning process.
- To consider and utilise the learners’ own experiences as a fundamental and valuable resource.
- To be part of the School Based Support Team (SBST) in supporting learners on the Additional Needs Register.
Extra – & co-curricular
- To assist the departmental head to identify aspects which require special attention and to assist in addressing them.
- To cater for the educational and general welfare of all learners in his/her care.
- To assist the principal in overseeing learner counselling and guidance, careers, discipline and the general welfare of all learners.
- To co-ordinate and control all the academic activities of each subject taught.
- To control and co-ordinate stock and equipment which is used and required.
- To perform or assist with one or more of other non-teaching administrative duties such as:
- Secretary to general staff meeting and/or others.
- Fire drill and first aid.
- Collection of fees and other monies.
- Staff Welfare.
- Interaction with stakeholders
- To participate in agreed school/educator appraisal processes in order to regularly review their professional practice with the aim of improving teaching, learning and management.
- To contribute to the professional development of colleagues by sharing knowledge, ideas and resources.
- To remain informed of current developments in educational thinking and curriculum development.
- To participate in the school’s governing body if elected to do so.
- To co-operate with colleagues of all grades in order to maintain a good teaching standard and progress among learners and to foster administrative efficiency within the school.
- To collaborate with educators of other schools in organising and conducting extra and co-curricular activities.
- To meet parents and discuss with them the conduct and progress of their children.
- To participate in departmental committees, seminars and courses in order to contribute to and/or update one’s professional views/standards.
- To maintain contact with sporting, social, cultural and community organisations.
- To have contacts with the public on behalf of the principal
This is a school governing body position. Salary to be discussed.
HOW TO APPLY
E-mail a full cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org