Employment Opportunities

Kindergarten Assistant

This position is a 4 days per week (0.8 FTE) position commencing in Term 3, 2022.

The position
The position involves supporting the teacher in the implementation, and assessment of a quality educational programme for all children in the Lilly Pilly (aged 4 turning 5 years) kindergarten. All programmes are solidly grounded in the philosophy and principles of Steiner Education and all Early Childhood staff must be cognizant of the role of parents / guardians hold in their child's education.

We are seeking someone with exemplary qualities to fill this position. The successful applicant will ideally have an understanding of Steiner pedagogy and philosophy or a willingness to learn, along with a commitment to professionalism in their work.
 
The role requirements are:
- Minimum Certificate III ECEC qualifications
- Be prepared to work with an anthroposophical approach to each child’s developmental needs and welfare in mind and support the teacher implementing a quality Steiner curriculum.
- Be committed to ongoing individual and collaborative professional development in Early Childhood Education, including Steiner Education
- Be responsible for maintaining positive relationships with colleagues and participate actively in the life of the school community
- Understanding of NQF and EYLF

To request an application package and apply, email shelleyp@chss.qld.edu.au

Applications close: Sunday 12 June 2022

Primary Class 6 Teacher 

This position is full time position commencing on 11 July 2022.

The position involves the planning, implementation, and assessment of a quality educational programme for all children in the class 6 year. All programmes must be grounded solidly in the philosophy and principles of Steiner Education utilising the accredited Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework and be cognizant of the role of parents / guardians hold in their child's education. The Class Teacher is responsible for all areas of teaching and pastoral care. The teacher works creatively, always seeking to find a fresh connection to the developmental needs of the children and to recognise readiness for learning.

We are seeking an experienced Steiner teacher with exemplary skills and qualities to fill this position. The successful applicant will have a deep understanding of Steiner pedagogy and philosophy along with a commitment to professionalism in their work. 

The role requirements are:
- Fully registered Teacher (Queensland)
- Teach with an anthroposophical approach to each child’s developmental needs and welfare in mind while delivering the Steiner curriculum
- Committed to ongoing individual and collaborative professional development in Primary Education, including Steiner Education
- Demonstrate high level written and verbal communication skills
- Responsible for maintaining positive relationships, with colleagues, parents/guardians and participate actively in the life of the school community
- Developed capacity to support and educate parents about primary education in Steiner schools
- Previous experience as a Steiner Teacher is preferred

To apply, email your application to hradmin@chss.qld.edu.au which is to include a covering letter that addresses the Selection Criteria (below) and your resume and relevant documentation (qualifications, registration, referees, etc).


If you have any questions, please contact hradmin@chss.qld.edu.au.

Applications close: 26 June 2022.

Selection Criteria

  • An understanding of the principles of Steiner Education and a demonstrated love for children and teaching 
  • An understanding of child development as described by Rudolf Steiner and a commitment to professional learning and inner development through anthroposophical studies and artistic activities 
  • An ability to develop positive, effective and professional relationships with students, parents and colleagues An ability to plan and deliver a developmentally appropriate curriculum that integrates the arts: music and singing, painting and drawing, movement, modelling, speech and drama. 
  • Teaching experience, preferably in a Steiner Upper Primary School educational setting and ability to program, assess and write reports on student progress 
  • An ability to work collegially and a willingness to actively participate in and contribute to the cultural and festival life of the school 
  • Excellent organisational, communication and interpersonal skills 
  • An intention to commit to completing the cycle of the Class Teacher Period into class 7 
  • A willingness to embrace the Vision, Mission, Values of CHSS.
Register your interest

If you are interested in working at our school, please email through your resume and contact details to: hradmin@chss.qld.edu.au

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