Whole College Digital Technologies Teacher/Coordinator (Foundation – Year 12)
We are seeking a passionate teacher for this new position within the College. This role will be responsible for developing digital technologies and ICT skills to enhance learning and promote student collaboration and inquiry skills. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with and upskill classroom teachers to use digital tools across the curriculum. The position will provide explicit teaching to ensure students have sound ICT skills.
The successful candidate will:
- Be registered with the TRB as a teacher within South Australia (essential)
- Have a passion/interest in digital technologies
- Have knowledge of the Australian Curriculum, specifically relating to digital technologies and ICT
- Have knowledge and the ability to deliver eSafety content and to develop digital citizenship skills
- Have experience, or the ability to quickly become familiar, with the following:
- Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite
- Google Apps – Docs, Drive, Slides, Sheets and Forms
- Basic coding/programming using various software programs
- Basic animation, video and photo editing
- Chromebooks, iPads and programmable robotics devices
This is an ongoing full-time position to commence in January 2021.
Applications should be forwarded via email only by 4:00 pm on Monday 12 October 2020. Applications should include a cover letter briefly addressing the person specification and a resume, which includes the contact details of at least three referees (one of which must be your most recent Head of School).
Mrs Robyn Teakle
Ph 08 8725 1430
Ms Mandy Taylor
Human Resource Coordinator
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