Learning Enrichment Officer (SSO) – Middle and Senior School
Casual positions available
$40.78 per hour
Applications are invited from enthusiastic candidates for the casual role of Learning Enrichment Officer to work with Year 7 – Year 12 students to backfill leave and short notice absences. The role of the Learning Enrichment Officer is to assist in the support and inclusion of students with identified learning needs within the College. They will work under the guidance of teachers to provide support programs, to enable access to learning for students and to assist the teacher in the management of students and the classroom. Work may be carried out either in the classroom or outside the main teaching area, such as the Flexible Learning Unit.
The successful applicant will:
Work well within a team
Have proficient IT, numeracy and literacy skills
Have a genuine interest and empathy when interacting with children
Have a current South Australian Working with Children Check for paid employment (or be willing to obtain before employment begins)
Have a current Responding to Abuse and Neglect certificate (or be willing to obtain)
Have first aid qualifications (or be willing to obtain)
Certificate 3 in Education Support (desirable)
Applications, including a cover letter and resume (including contact details for two referees) should be submitted in PDF format via email.
Enquiries and Applications to:
HR and Compliance Manager
Ph: 08 8725 1430
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