Secondary School Teachers (Technology, Food and Art)

Central Gippsland Permanent

Daniel, a Traralgon native and Flinders Christian Community College graduate, grew up on a Gippsland farm and uniquely understands local business challenges. After moving to California almost 5 years ago, he honed his recruitment skills by gaining valuable experience at one of North America’s largest recruitment agencies, supporting clients from a range of industries including Banking, Agriculture, Technology, Government, Energy, Artificial Intelligence, Medical, and Science.A skilled communicator, Daniel excels in articulating ideas, fostering meaningful connections, and effectively conveying information. His ability to cultivate strong relationships with both clients and candidates distinguishes him in the recruitment field. Recognised for outstanding performance, Daniel received multiple industry awards in the US. Upon returning to Gippsland in January 2024, he joined the GBS Recruitment team, bringing his expertise to the local market.Daniel’s success is attributed to his versatile skill set, marked by a strong sense of urgency and a keen eye for talent. With his strong commitment to building quality relationships and a passion for delivering exceptional service, Daniel is well-equipped to assist you with your recruitment needs.Contact Daniel via: [email protected] or 03 5174 2665 / 0499 025 545

Recruiter :
Daniel Wright

Daniel Wright
  • Excellent opportunity for relocation to regional Victoria
  • Dynamic and modern teaching environment
  • Remuneration based on experience and skill level
Permanent Full Time Position
(Relocation incentives depending on candidate location)

About the Company

One of the largest government secondary education providers in the Latrobe Valley. It is a modern, well-appointed single-campus college with a population of approximately 900 – 950 students and 130 staff members.
About the Role
Our client is seeking Secondary Teachers that can establish strong rapport with their students. The successful candidates will have a well-developed understanding of the material and how best to impart their knowledge to the students whilst upholding the school’s principles.
The schools’ teachers are expected to contribute to the development of students outside the classroom setting and, as such, are required to participate in excursions, camps and co-curricular activities.

Key Responsibilities
  • Demonstrate sound classroom management practices and subject knowledge and impart that knowledge using appropriate methodologies
  • Set appropriate tasks for students in a mixed ability classroom setting
  • Guide students who are behind with work requirements and homework tasks
  • Use formal and informal mechanisms to report regularly on student progress to parents and senior staff
  • Ensure that appropriate discipline procedures are followed and personally take charge of low-level discipline issues in the first instance before referring these to Heads of Year
  • Implement the delivery of any special assistance that may be given to students in need
  • Liaise closely with the relevant Heads of Year to ensure the successful transition of students
  • Demonstrate an ability to integrate technology into teaching, where appropriate
  • Communicate openly, keeping parents and families regularly informed of developments in the classroom and of student progress
  • Provide meaningful feed-back in Parent/Student information evenings
  • Participate in professional development activities both in and out of school hours
  • Actively contribute to the development of the curriculum through Faculty meetings
  • Participate in the development of pastoral and academic policies
  • Contribute to a strong teaching and learning environment through the writing of detailed curriculum plans, assessment and reporting documents at the direction of the relevant Head of Faculty
  • Assist with, and attend, Open Days, Information Evenings and other promotional events as required
  • Attend school camps, co-curricular activities and excursions as required
  • A full position description will be made available to shortlisted applicants prior to the interview process
What’s on offer
This is an excellent opportunity for relocation for those looking to move out of the city to a friendly regional community.
You will thrive in this dynamic and modern teaching environment, working alongside a wonderful group of teachers and students. There are excellent opportunities to contribute to the wider culture of the school through your areas of interest, and you will be supported in your own career development with excellent professional development opportunities.
Remuneration will be negotiated based on experience and skill level.

How to Apply
Applications must be received via the GBS Recruitment website
For a confidential discussion in regard to this role, please contact Daniel Wright on 03 5174 2665 or [email protected]. Please note, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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