- Do you want to directly make an impact on disenfranchised young people's educational journey?
- Multiple opportunities now available for Teachers working within a multidisciplinary and supportive workplace!
- Enjoy an attractive remuneration circa $70,000–$100,000 plus super, commensurate with your experience
- Enjoy a strongly supportive culture with ongoing professional development opportunities!
About Youth+ & FAME
Edmund Rice Education Australia Youth+ (EREA Youth+) is a network of flexible learning centres that offer young people an opportunity to reconnect with education in a setting that is non-judgemental, inclusive and flexible. With a focus on literacy and numeracy, all programming and learning activities are developed based on young people’s individual learning plans which are customised based on learning levels and what they require to re-engage.
Northern Flexible Learning is to the north of Adelaide and is an Outreach of FAME. FAME first began as a mobile service in the southern suburbs of Adelaide for young people from complex backgrounds who had disengaged from mainstream schooling. This has now been extended to the north of Adelaide and servicing those in the Playford Council area. Northern Flexible Learning creates a setting where young people can access a safe environment, experience a high level of wellbeing and receive educational support to help them achieve outcomes in their Personal Learning Plans (PLP). Northern Flexible Learning’s aim is to re-engage those young people who have for one, or may reasons, have disengaged from mainstream schooling.
About the Opportunity
EREA Youth+ now has multiple exciting and rewarding opportunities for TWO Teachers to join the team at Northern Flexible Learning in Elizabeth, Adelaide. These are full-time, fixed-term, 12-month contract positions, with the possibility to extend.
Reporting to the Program Manager Curriculum, you will primarily be responsible for developing and maintaining learning and social inclusion responses of the campus.
You will be responsible for developing and maintaining learning and social inclusion responses of the campus, including:
- Planning, preparation and delivery of engaging learning and teaching programs for young people in both middle and senior phases of secondary education;
- Contributing to the development and implementation of the FLC’s objectives and planning; and
- Contributing to the establishment and maintenance of a supportive school environment.
This is a richly rewarding position that comes with great challenges - candidates with significant experience in the practicalities and realities of working with disengaged or disenfranchised young people to improve their lives are strongly encouraged to apply.
For more information, please view the full position description here.
Please Note: This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child related employment in accordance with the law. EREA supports the rights of Children and Young People, and as such, please include in your cover letter, a declaration that you are a suitable person for Child Related employment.
To be considered for one of these positions you must hold relevant tertiary qualifications in Teaching and be eligible for registration with the South Australian Teacher Registration Board. Be eligible for a Working with Children Clearance (DCSI) and clearance through Catholic Archdiocese (SAVA). Experience in either primary or secondary education will be essential with 5 years minimum.
You will have a demonstrated skills and knowledge in teaching process, frameworks and practice, as well as the ability to analyse complex situation and implement appropriate strategies to enhance the professional practice of teaching and non-teaching staff.
As you will be working as part of a multi-faceted support network, your ability to support and liaise with the team will be crucial to your success in ensuring that the young people in your care understand they have a multitude of support options.
Due to the nature of the role, it's important you have had demonstrated success in building relationships with disenfranchised young people and their families. Well-developed interpersonal skills in relation to collaborating with colleagues, young people and parents in a cross-cultural environment will also be required.
Although not essential, any specialist areas such as adventure-based learning, STEM teaching and/or special education would be looked upon favourably.
About the Benefits
This is a fantastic opportunity to become involved in a multidisciplinary and supportive workplace while reaping the incredible rewards that arise from the challenges faced day to day. You will see the direct impact you've made on young people's educational journey during your time with EREA Youth+ and will enjoy a long-lasting and extremely gratifying career.
In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration circa $70,000–$100,000 (commensurate with experience) plus super.
In addition, EREA Youth+ also provides ongoing professional development opportunities.
Bring your creativity and passion for reuniting young people with educational opportunities to this rewarding career path - Apply Now!
Applications close Thursday 28th November at 4:30pm CST
For further enquiries, contact Emanuela Simos on 0411 657 298
To apply for this role, please ensure that the following 3 bullet points are :
- A cover letter outlining your experience in working with young people with high and complex needs, programs and activities used to support educational and wellbeing outcomes, and strategies to improve engagement of young people.
- Included in your cover letter, a declaration that you are a suitable person for Child Related employment.
- A curriculum vitae outlining relevant work history, including contact details of at least two referees, relevant to the position.