Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 6 November 2020
An exciting opportunity exists for Learning Support Officers at Glowrey Catholic Primary School in Wollert which opened in 2019. Wollert is situated in a massive growth belt approximately 26 kilometres from the CBD in the Epping Parish of St Peter's. The projected enrolment is 600 students.
<p>In 2021 our school population will increase significantly. Glowrey Catholic Primary School invites applications from suitably qualified, highly motivated individuals to support students to achieve their best.
</p><p>LSO's work closely with classroom teachers and take their direction from them. The role involves working as part of a team with other LSO's, the Learning Diversity Leader and classroom teachers to provide support for students with diverse needs.</p><p>The successful applicant will support student learning under the direction of a teacher with individual and small groups of students both within and outside of the classroom to assist them with their educational and development programs.
</p><p>This school community promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.
</p><p>It is expected that the successful applicant will:
</p><ul><li> be committed to the values and ethos of the Catholic education system
</li><li> be highly motivated, committed, positive, friendly and enthusiastic
</li><li> have some experience working with students with a diverse range of needs
</li><li> display effective communication and organisational skills and the ability to be flexible, proactive and resourceful
</li><li> use initiative within the class environment to ensure optimal student support
</li><li> be able to communicate frequently and sensitively with families
</li><li> be able to work as part of teams of various sizes
</li><li> be self motivated and able to work independently if necessary
</li><li> have the capacity to cater effectively for a diverse range of learning needs
</li><li> be able to build positive relationships with children and assist in creating learning environments where all are valued and challenged
</li><li> demonstrate an understanding of child safety and the appropriate obligations and behaviours when engaging with students
</li><li> be committed to professional learning and ongoing improvement
</li><li> be able to embed ICT into the LSO role.</li></ul><p><br /></p><p>Special Requirements
</p><ul><li> Working with Children Check.</li></ul>