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Mô Tả Công Việc
To teach Music lessons with regard to the Australian Curriculum Music framework.
To teach SACE Music subjects as the Year 10 cohort progresses to Year 11 (2023) and Year 12 (2024).
To prepare and submit programs each semester in line with school requirements.
To communicate teaching, learning and assessment activities and feedback to students using the school’s Learning Management System.
To develop programs which cater inclusively to all students, supporting those in need as well as those requiring extension.
To work with other teachers of Music to ensure consistency of program and assessment across year levels.
Assessment and Reporting
To assess and report on student achievement in line with the Australian Curriculum Music Achievement Standard.
To maintain accurate and comprehensive records of student performance and achievement.
To use a variety of formative and summative assessment methods.
To provide relevant and meaningful feedback, regularly and promptly, to promote student learning.
To provide parents/ caregivers with meaningful reports on student achievement.
To participate in internal and external moderation processes.
Teaching and Learning
To model exemplary teaching practice.
To use a range of teaching and learning strategies, including but not limited to, direct instruction – whole class and small group, class discussions, group work, independent learning, practical activities.
To conduct formal parent - teacher meetings in accordance with the school parent - teacher meeting arrangements and schedule.
To actively seek and be involved in opportunities for your own professional learning.
To participate in an annual appraisal process, which includes feedback from students.
To contribute broadly to the activities offered by the School, including supporting and attending School community events and participating in promotional activities at the request of the site Principal.
To attend all staff meetings.
To undertake other duties as required.
To demonstrate a commitment to professional learning in relation to the requirements of this role.
Safety and wellbeing
We care significantly for your safety. You must:
take reasonable care of, and cooperate with actions taken to protect, the health and safety of both yourself and others,
report all accidents, incidents and hazards as soon as is practicable and
adhere to School policies.
Yêu Cầu Công Việc
Bachelor of Education degree (or equivalent).
Valid teaching certification.
3-year experience teaching at high school, senior secondary school or university.
Ability to work in Vietnam.
Fluent English Speaker - language proficiency of IELTS 7.0 or equivalent.
Proficiency in use of technology for teaching, learning and assessment.
Experience in teaching the Australian Curriculum and/or SACE or teaching in another Australian senior secondary program.
Key selection criteria: Personal Attributes
Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with staff, students and parents from diverse backgrounds.
A high degree of professional judgment and confidentiality.
Superior organizational ability with demonstrated self-motivation and initiative in goal setting, prioritizing work and managing multiple tasks.
Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to listen and communicate effectively across all areas and levels of a school community.
Well-developed problem-solving skills and proven experience in creating solutions.
Well-developed verbal and written communication skills when communicating in English.
A competitive remuneration package will be offered to successful applicants in accordance with applicants’ qualifications and experience, including allowances.
Private health insurance.
Tuition discount or waiver for dependent children.
Non-contact time for planning and marking.
Professional development opportunities will be available.
Conditions of employment
Applicants must be eligible to work in Vietnam.
Applicants must satisfy relevant pre-employment screening and agree to adhere to the School Child Protection Policy.
Applicants must be prepared to work flexible hours to service the School’s activities, which at times, may include evening or weekend work.
How to apply
Applicants must include the following documents in their application:
Cover letter – maximum 1 page
CV / Resume – maximum 2 pages, containing professional references (one must be the most recent employer). Please ensure your CV clearly states the education qualification(s) you hold, and the issuing institution, e.g., Bachelor of Education (Music), University of South Australia.
Copy of relevant qualifications and certificates – e.g., university degree, teaching license, IELTS report or other documents as relevant to the role for which you are applying.