St Paul's Lutheran Primary School and Kindergarten, Caboolture is a vibrant and growing co-educational school, Kindergarten to Year 6, situated north of Brisbane with good access to Bribie Island, the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane. Approximately 450 students are enrolled (Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6). St Paul's works collaboratively with Grace Lutheran College, who operate a Middle School and Secondary Campus adjacent to the St Paul's site. St Paul's takes the Christian emphasis of the school very seriously in all its work and interactions with the community.
Specialist Primary Japanese Teacher (Year 4 - 6)
Part-time (0.2 FTE Thursday) Contract Position
Applications are invited to fill a vacancy for a Specialist Primary Japanese Teacher (Year 4 - 6), Part-time (0.2 FTE Thursday) who will work under contract in 2019 commencing the week of Monday 21 January 2019 until Thursday 5 December 2019.
The successful candidate must be qualified, committed Christian educator who possesses the desire and ability to implement whole of school values, policies, practices and objectives. Teaching experience at this level will be desirable. The successful applicant will be:
- A dynamic and enthusiastic teacher who relates well to students of all abilities.
- Proactive in building positive relationships and working as a team with families, students and staff.
- Application Form
- Covering Letter
- Copy of Current Teacher Registration
- Copy of Current First Aid Certificate/s
Learning a second language is an integral part of the curriculum at St Paul's. The goal of teaching a second language is not only do the students learn to communicate in that language, but also develop broader intercultural perspectives, as well as strengthen the students' ability for flexible and nuanced thinking.
A Job Description (including Selection Criteria) and the Application Form can be obtained by downloading the documents below (see attachments).
Please address the Selection Criteria in separate, concise statements and submit with the:
Applications Close: 4:00pm, Tuesday 16 October 2018.
Interviews: To be conducted during the week of 22-26 October 2018.