Employment

Seymour employs over 200 staff members in the areas of teaching, boarding, wellbeing, administration and finance, ICT, and building and grounds staff. All staff, in each of these areas, play a key role in enabling the College to deliver on its commitment to its students across academic, co-curricular and student wellbeing. We encourage our staff to continue to develop the highest professional skills, through a diverse range of professional capabilities. Parents and students regularly pay tribute to the dedication and professionalism of the staff at Seymour College.

 

Teacher Assistant

Full-time, Fixed Term position, commencing ASAP until the end of Term 4

The Teacher Assistant will work closely with the Junior School classroom teachers as part of a cooperative team, and provide a vibrant, dynamic and innovative educational program for the students in the school.  This position will support children in the classroom/ small group environment, to enable effective access to the curriculum and progress with their learning and development.

Teaching Assistants who are qualified primary school teachers may also have the opportunity to undertake periods of teaching.

This position is a full-time, fixed term position with the opportunity to extend based on numbers for 2022.

You will support the Junior School classroom teachers to establish an effective learning environment and to provide adjustments to learning materials to support the individual student access and participate in education on the same basis as other students. Active supervision and one-to-one support for the student is required. You may need to assist the student with personal needs where necessary.

Successful applicants will have:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills with children and staff
  • Experience with supporting children with learning needs
  • Knowledge of, and interest in, working with children with additional needs
  • Ability to use initiative and to accept guidance and feedback
  • Good time management and personal organisational skills
  • Ability to find ways of meeting an individual’s needs that work
  • The ability to assist with the general health and well-being of students.
  • Diploma or Certificate III in Children’s Services is required for staff working with pre-school and pre-kindergarten children
  • current Working With Children’s Check (WWCC) certificate
  • current Responding to Abuse and Neglect certificate
  • current First Aid certificate

Previous experience as an exceptional learner and working in an all-girls schools would be advantageous.

If this sounds like you, then please submit your resume and covering letter to the Principal by using the ‘Apply’ link.  The College reserves the right to commence interviewing prior to the closing date.

 Applications for this position close Friday 25 June 2021,  10.00am.

1. Position Description
2. Candidate Information Pack 

 

Co-educator

1 x Full-time, Fixed-Term for 12 months, commencing ASAP
1 x Full-time, Fixed-term for 6 months, commencing 19 July 2021 and ending on 24 December 2021
1 x Part-time (0.80 FTE), Fixed-Term for 6 months, commencing 19 July 2021 and ending on 24 December 2021

Seymour College is currently seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced Early Childhood Educators for the position of Co-educator in the College’s Early Years Centre.

The successful candidate will:

  • Contribute to the development and implementation of the Early Years Programme and ongoing Quality Improvement Plans
  • Supervise, support and observe children
  • Set up and support the delivery of activities and learning groups in stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environments
  • Prepare learning materials and teaching aids
  • Foster a supportive and respective learning environment

 We are looking for a candidate with:

  • relevant Diploma qualification (as determined by ACECQA – see website for approved qualifications)
  • current Working With Children Check 
  • current First Aid Qualification – meeting requirements for First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training and CPR
  • current certificate for training in Responding to Abuse and Neglect - Education and Care
  • Food Safe Handling Qualification
  • ability to provide evidence of Full Immunisation in line with the National Childhood Immunisation Register

Seymour College provides staff with a supportive and dynamic working environment, opportunities for professional development and the capacity to make a valuable and meaningful contribution to the operation of the College.

If this sounds like you, then please submit your resume and covering letter to the Principal by using the ‘Apply’ link.  The College reserves the right to commence interviewing prior to the closing date.

For further details of the responsibilities and requirements of this role, please refer to the Application Guidelines and Position Description on the College website www.seymour.sa.edu.au.  All information provided by applicants will be subject to the Seymour College Privacy Policy which is available to view on the College website.

Applications for this position close Friday 25 June 2021,  10.00am.

1. Position Description 
2. Candidate Information Pack