St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School is one of Queensland’s leading independent schools, fostering in students confidence, compassion, academic excellence and a lifelong love of learning. We look for all staff to be committed to and in harmony with the Anglican ethos of the school.
We are currently inviting applications for the role of Early Years Inclusion and Support Aide – Learning Enhancement with an emphasis on inclusive education in an early childhood setting.
The Learning Support and Enhancement Program at St Margaret’s incorporates the provision of support to students with learning disabilities and anxieties, and extends to external activities to challenge gifted and talented students. The focus of this program is a teaching and learning philosophy based on a developmental and differentiated curriculum.
The Early Years Inclusion and Support Aide – Learning Enhancement role is focused on assisting in the implementation of the Learning Support and Enhancement Program by providing in-class support of students under the direction of the class teacher as well as performing general support and administration duties.
This role will be based in our Pre-Prep classroom therefore it is essential the successful candidate has early childhood qualifications and experience coupled with skills, experience and qualifications in inclusive education. Ideally the successful candidate will have previous experience supporting students who are sight impaired, or who have significant support needs relating to disability or difficulty.
This is a part-time, term time role, 15 hours per week, working Monday to Friday 9am – 12pm. This role will initially be offered on a contract for Semester 2, 2019.
The perfect opportunity for someone who has a natural enjoyment of working with children to bring out their best is essential as is the ability to quickly build rapport with students, teachers and parents alike.
Applications should be addressed to the Principal and be received by midday on 1 July 2019.
St Margaret’s supports the rights of children and young people and is committed to the safety, welfare and wellbeing of students and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All candidates are required to undergo a screening process prior to appointment and successful candidate must comply with School policies and relevant legislation relating to Student protection.