Learning Enhancement and Support Teacher (Secondary)
Deliver an innovative and contemporary Learning Enhancement (Gifted and Talented/Acceleration) and Support program for our secondary students within a professional and collaborative environment. You will be required to engage students in learning that nurtures their self-esteem, encourages self-reflection and develops compassion, respect and tolerance as a foundation on which they build their lives.
Primary Teacher Classroom Music (Commencing January 2020)
This is your opportunity to join our talented and dedicated performing arts team. You will be able to apply your professional knowledge, practice and engagement to deliver an innovative and contemporary Music program for our primary students. This is a temporary part-time (.7 FTE) role commencing in 2020 for Semester One with a possibility of further extension. Your week will consist of three and a half days classroom music teaching and you will have the opportunity to conduct two choirs.
Learning Support and Enhancement (Gifted and Talented/Acceleration) Teacher Aide (Commencing January 2020)
Play a proactive and vital role in the delivery of the College’s Learning Support and Enhancement program in this permanent term time only role. You will be able to use your genuine interest in working with children who require learning support and are gifted and talented, organisational skills and excellent communication skills to support the program.
The College Chaplain is a key senior position at St John’s Anglican College and has overall responsibility for nurturing and sustaining the Christian ethos of the College and building a powerful and positive sense of community in the Anglican tradition. The incumbent is responsible for Chapel services for students and staff, including opportunities to celebrate the Eucharist, recognise Christian festivals and the seasons of the Church. The Chaplain will attend school assemblies and special school functions, provide pastoral and spiritual support to students, staff and/or families, support staff in integrating the Christian ethos and Anglican identity into the College culture and encourage and promote student involvement in social justice and other activities organised through the Diocese and other welfare agencies.
The Chaplain requires accredited qualifications in Theology, Professional qualifications in Education and must be licensed by the Archbishop of Brisbane.
For more information please refer to the position description or contact Liz Seagrott, Manager Human Resources and Compliance.