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Come and work at Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School, and join colleagues who are highly motivated, charismatic and passionate educators who are the top of their game.

Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School is a high quality, independent, Anglican, co-educational Preschool to Year 12 grammar school serving the southern Gold Coast, Tweed Coast and northern New South Wales. Lindisfarne provides the distinctive identity, relationships, learning and leadership that support our staff and families to work together to meet the high expectations for the achievement and holistic development of our students in our local, national and international communities.

It is well known that students thrive in the presence of creative and energised teachers. Our staff bring to the classroom a wealth of experience having lived and worked in a wide variety of different contexts and, indeed, across continents which allows a uniquely global perspective. Our new teachers are well-supported within a professional and pastoral framework specifically designed to the individual need. This model is echoed throughout the student body and underpinned by our school values of compassion, wisdom, and respect where the individual is valued.

If you are perusing this site and are interested to learn more about our culture but we do not have an actual vacancy, we would still be keen for you to discuss a future career with us. No school is better than the sum of the people involved in the educational process. Here at Lindisfarne, we are blessed with a committed parent body, wonderful students and first-rate colleagues.

CLASSROOM TEACHER OF TAS (INDUSTRIAL AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY)

Full-Time LSL Contract Position for Term 4, 2021

The School is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic design educator with qualifications to teach Industrial Technology - Timber and Woodwork at our Terranora campus in northern New South Wales. The contract is full-time for Term 4 with the possibility for future opportunities in our rapidly growing department.


Key Selection Criteria


Essential:

  1. Significant passion, expertise and experience in teaching woodwork to students from Years 7 to 12.
  2. The ability to maintain a positive and effective learning environment through well‐prepared and varied lessons, which cater to the range of student abilities and interests.
  3. The ability to set realistic and challenging academic standards of student performance.
  4. The ability to provide prompt and comprehensive feedback on student work, and keep accurate records on student progress.
  5. An understanding of and commitment to the Anglican Christian ethos of the school.
  6. A current NSW Working With Children Check (or be eligible to apply for one).


Desirable:

  1. A deep understanding of using modern and traditional workshop skills with the cutting and joining of timber.
  2. Experience with teaching the NSW Syllabus.
  3. A knowledge of HSC Industrial Technology - Timber curriculum
  4. CAD Skills

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a dynamic learning community in an aspirational school, with access to exceptional facilities and modern equipment (i.e. laser cutter and CNC router).

How to Apply:

Please select "Apply" via our website or on Seek.

You will need to provide a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria outlined above, a current resume and the names of two recent professional referees.

Enquiries can be emailed through to employment@lindisfarne.nsw.edu.au.

Applications close on Wednesday, 18 August at 4.00pm.

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The staff and students of Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our school is situated. We acknowledge the Minjungbal people of the Bundjalung Nation and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who visit our school.

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