Kilvington is an independent school in Melbourne with a welcoming atmosphere and a strong sense of community, offering comprehensive education from the Early Learning Centre to VCE. We strive to challenge and inspire all students to develop into engaged young people of depth, strength, integrity and character. Our small classes and differentiated curriculum ensure that students’ personal, intellectual, physical and emotional needs are catered for. Personal achievement is central to Kilvington’s philosophy, and all students are strongly encouraged to pursue excellence.
At Kilvington, we believe that each person is of infinite value and intrinsic worth. The School’s culture, based on positive interaction, dignity and genuine respect, is central to the well-being of each member of the School community.
Employment Philosophy and Conditions
Kilvington Grammar School is committed to providing a child safe environment. We want our students to be safe, happy and empowered as we support and respect all students, as well as our staff and volunteers. This includes the safety of students from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse background and students with a disability.
All staff at Kilvington Grammar School are required to complete the School’s Child Safety and Protection training program. The staff intranet contains copies of the School’s Child Safety Policies which all staff are required to read and comply with.
Employment at the School is subject to the following compliance requirements:
- Applicants for teaching positions must hold registration (or permission to teach) with the Victorian Institute of Teaching.
- General staff (non-teaching staff, including music tutors) must hold, or be prepared to undergo, a Working with Children Check.
Kilvington Grammar School is committed to non-discriminatory recruitment by providing equal employment opportunity to all, and maintains strict privacy and confidentiality regarding your application.
Junior School Teacher
Kilvington Grammar School seeks a passionate and experienced Junior School Teacher to commence in term 2 2018. This position is a contract position until the end of Term 4 2018.
Must be VIT registered or have a current WWCC.
- Implement learning activities that actively engage and extend students in meaningful educational experiences
- Differentiate learning programs to meet student learning needs
- Demonstrate contemporary knowledge and understanding of curriculum developments and practices
- Assist in assessing changing curricular needs and offer plans for improvement
- Maintain both formative and summative student reporting in line with the School’s Continuous Online Reporting (COR) system
- Maintain effective and efficient record keeping procedures
- Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, parents and other professionals on a regular basis
- Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, parents, and colleagues
- Assume responsibility for meeting his/her course and school-wide teacher and student performance goals
- Meet professional obligations through efficient work habits such as: meeting deadlines, honoring schedules, coordinating activities
- Fully participate in the pastoral care, sport, co-curricular and other special programs of the School
- Fulfill duty of care and other pastoral responsibilities with discretion and confidentiality
Applications will only be accepted through seek.