Science Class with teacher

A great team builds a great school

We believe that excellence in Education begins with an excellent team.

As our school continues to grow, we require qualified personnel who are committed to Jesus Christ, the philosophy of Christian Education and a active weekly church involvement. As employment opportunities become available, they will be posted on this page, as well as published online at Teachers.on.net and the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) website.

CURRENTLY ADVERTISED POSITIONS
Student Needs – Education Support Officer

Primary School Year 1 Teacher

1 Year Contract Position (1.0 FTE)

We are looking for a passionate teacher who will hold close to these values and will work collaboratively with the Year 1 team to ensure optimal learning and nurturing of children’s physical, social, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing.

The successful applicant will work alongside our current Junior Primary teachers, and collaboratively with our other Year 1 Class.

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POSITION OVERVIEW

Position Title: Junior Primary Year 1 Teacher

Commencing: 24/01/2022

Type: 1 Year Contract, Full Time

FTE equivalent: 1.0 FTE


DETAILS SPECIFIC TO THIS POSITION 

Key Responsibilities:

Class teacher for Year 1, Teaching all aspects of The Australian Curriculum as pertinent to Year 1. (Science, LOTE, PE & Performing Arts are taught by specialist teachers at Cedar College.)

Details specific to the position: 

In Year 1 at Cedar College, we believe that children are created in the image of God and therefore are valued as unique and capable individuals, full of potential. We encourage our students to be curious about our world, to ask lots of questions, to play, investigate, create and problem solve.

We believe students learn best when they are actively involved in learning that is relevant and motivating, and builds upon their prior knowledge and understanding.

We value strong relationships that support a sense of belonging, and we encourage our students to collaborate and to value and respect the thoughts and ideas of others.

Our learning environments are play-based and allow the students to feel comfortable and safe, while inspiring them to learn and grow through a broad range of opportunities.

A central part of the Reception and Year 1 educational program at Cedar includes the use of play-based investigations. Play-based investigations nurture creativity, collaboration and imagination, and encourage children to pursue their curiosity through hands-on exploration, questions, and reflection.


Personal Requirements:

Early Childhood training, knowledge and expertise would be preferred, along with a desire to implement innovative teaching approaches. You will need to demonstrate a sincere commitment to Jesus Christ, the philosophy of Christian Education, and be actively involved in your local church.

Application Process: Applicants will need to complete an application form (obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377) and attach a cover letter outlining their own beliefs about early childhood teaching and learning, and how they would be a valuable addition to our Junior Primary team at Cedar College.

Qualifications: Approved teacher education qualification, registered as a teacher in South Australia.

Applications Close: Thursday August 12, 2021, 4pm

Student Needs - Education Support Officer

Permanent Part-Time (35 hours per week for 40 weeks) + 4 holiday weeks paid - FTE: 0.768



We are looking for a passionate ESO who will hold close to the values of the School and those outlined in Position Information Document, as they work collaboratively with Primary School Leadership and the special education and wellbeing teams.

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POSITION OVERVIEW


ABOUT THE ROLE

We are looking for a passionate ESO who will hold close to the values of the School and those 

High School aspect

outlined in Position Information Document, as they work collaboratively with Primary School Leadership and the special education and wellbeing teams.


Necessary Qualifications and Checks:

Tertiary qualifications related to Special Needs Students and/or Certificate III in Education Support or equivalent, a current Working with Children Check, and complete the RRHAN-EC training (Responding to the Risk of Harm, Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care training) prior to commencing employment at Cedar College.


DETAILS SPECIFIC TO THIS POSITION:

At Cedar College we believe that children are created in the image of God and therefore are valued as unique and capable individuals, full of potential. Our teachers and support staff are responsible for creating welcoming learning environments that are positive, supportive and engaging.

We want all of our students to feel comfortable and safe, and to have the opportunity to learn and grow academically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. With a strong focus on building relationships, our students develop a sense of community and belonging that will support them in maximising their learning outcomes.

Our support staff work alongside teachers to support students to experience learning in a way that meets their needs, helping them to become independent learners who develop a love of learning.


Personal Requirements:

  • You will need to demonstrate a sincere commitment to Jesus Christ, the philosophy of Christian Education, and be actively involved in your local church.
  • Special Education training is preferred.
  • Experience in working with children with diverse needs, this will include, but is not limited to, children with a diagnosis or challenging behaviours.
  • Ability to demonstrate an understanding of the spectrum of learning difficulties and an awareness of the types of adjustments required to support student success.
  • Passionate about seeing improved learning outcomes for all students.
  • Ideally this candidate would be familiar with ‘The Way to A’ program, The Zones of Regulation and What’s the Buzz?
  • Be reliable and responsible in building trust within the Cedar community and acting with excellence and integrity.
  • Demonstrate the ability to interact with students and families in a positive, sensitive and respectful manner.
  • Ability to model and develop positive relationships with students and foster their social and emotional development.
  • A commitment to ongoing professional learning and a willingness to grow. This will include researching and seeking professional development opportunities to up-skill in a range of current student support methods/programs.

Application Process:

Applicants will need to complete an application form (obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377) and attach a cover letter outlining their own beliefs about supporting children with diverse needs, their experience in this area, and how they would be a valuable addition to our Primary School team.

Applications Close: 4pm, Friday October 22, 2021.

CURRENTLY ADVERTISED POSITIONS

Systems Administrator, 2018

Non-teaching position, Systems Administrator

We are looking for passionate, qualified personnel to join our vibrant school community.

The Systems Administrator role requires both a high level of ICT skills and experience, as well as the ability to interact effectively with teachers, and students across a wide range of ages.

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facilitiesAbout the Role:

The Systems Administrator is a key support role to the ICT Manager in the development, monitoring and optimisation of the servers and network infrastructure of the school.

The role of Cedar College Systems Administrator will require the following skills and experience:

· Installing, configuring, and maintaining a server and network infrastructure that includes L2 / L3 switches, firewalls and server virtualisation within a VMWare environment

· Experience with Windows Servers 2012/2016

· Experience with MS Exchange Server and SQL

· Configuring and managing network security including Firewall, Web Filtering and Antivirus Applications
e.g. Sophos UTM

· Experience and configuration of WiFi Networks

· Previous Level 2/3 technical support experience, including interaction with end users (teachers/students and staff) Ability to provide a reliable, consistent end user experience, within an Wintel / Apple ecosystem environment

· Excellent analytical and problem solving skills

· High-level communication skills both spoken and written


Application Process:

An application form, obtainable by calling (08) 8261 3377, must be submitted in order to be considered. Applications close Friday November 10, 4pm

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Role Information

Date created: 20/10/2017

Position Title: Systems Administrator

Year level(s): Non-teaching

Commencing: 15/01/2018

Type: Permanent Full Time

FTE equivalent: 1.0

Salary: Commensurate with Qualifications & Experience

Please note we can only consider applicants for teaching positions who are (1) qualified and registered as a teacher in South Australia and (2) have completed an application form which is available by first contacting our School Office.

Please note that employment for all non-teaching positions require the applicant to hold a current Police Record Check, and currently hold or undertake a Child Safe Environments certificate.

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