Teacher (Sports Development Program) – Netball

About the business and the role

• Full time, Maximum Term Contract to 18 November 2022
• Burnley Location
• Commencing Monday, 22 August 2022

SEDA College (Victoria) is the leader of hands on education for Year 11 & 12 students. We partner with peak industry organisations to provide our students unique opportunities and experiences specific to their interests. Our students will receive a tailored career plan to develop key employability and life skills for a successful future.

SEDA College has an exciting opportunity for a qualified Teacher to facilitate and deliver the Sports Development Program in one of our eastern metro Melbourne venues. This role focuses on the facilitation and delivery of a senior secondary program whilst working with one of SEDA’s key partners (Netball Victoria). SEDA College’s ‘one Teacher, one classroom’ model facilitates positive Teacher student relationships which are key to the College’s success.

Suitable applicants will require a Victorian Institute of Teaching registration. Experience in teaching VCAL and VET is preferred but not essential. Amongst other skills, Teachers are specifically recruited for their capacity to build healthy and respectful relationships with students.

Job benefits and perks

SEDA College has been certified as a “Great Place to Work®” and was recently rated as one of Australia’s “Best Workplaces”. You will be joining a vibrant organisation with a focus on people, quality and outcomes in a role that will be challenging, and enormously rewarding.

SEDA College is an Equal Opportunity employer and includes merit-based selection, equity, diversity and procedural fairness principles in our recruitment processes.

SEDA College encourages people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with disability.

Research shows that while males apply for roles when they meet some of the selection criteria, females and members of other marginalised groups tend to apply for roles only when they have all the skills and experience required. So, if you think you have what it takes, but don’t necessarily meet every single point above, please still get in touch. We’d love to have a conversation to see if you could be a great fit for the College.

Applicants are required to submit a covering letter outlining why you are interested in the position and addressing the key selection criteria listed in the Position Description located by clicking on the link below, plus a current resume. Applications should be emailed to careers@scv.vic.edu.au. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their application early as shortlisting may occur prior to the closing date.

Only applicants who have current working rights will be considered. Applications which do not include all the documentation as outlined above may also be discounted.

To ensure that SEDA College is recruiting the right people for our College, our screening process includes but is not limited to structured interviewing and selection processes, a Criminal History Check, Working with Children Check, online searches, and reference checks. Applicants must also not be a disallowed person as per the 2022 Standard VET Funding Contract – Skills First Contract.

SEDA College (Victoria) is committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children. All members of our community, including employees, contractors, agency staff and volunteers, have an important role in providing students with a safe and nurturing environment in which to prosper and thrive. The College has zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated very seriously and consistently within our policies and procedures.

SEDA College (Victoria) is committed to preventing child abuse through identifying risks early and removing and reducing these risks. We have robust human resources and recruitment practices, supported by regular training and development.

We support and respect all children, as well as all members of our community. We are committed to the cultural safety of Aboriginal students, the cultural safety of children from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.

The incumbent of this role must comply with SEDA College’s Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy and related policies and procedures (including the Code of Conduct).

Applications close Friday, 12 August 2022

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Information Sessions

If you’re looking to complete Years 11 & 12 immersed in sport, then register for one of our Information Sessions and discover the SEDA College difference. 

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Information Sessions

If you’re looking to complete Years 11 & 12 immersed in sport, then register for one of our Information Sessions and discover the SEDA College difference.
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