Teach PE Health, Gymnastics, Athletics, Sports Development, Social Skills or Dance!
Are you a qualified teacher looking for block work during 2019? Do you live in either the Sydney, Hunter / Central Coast or the Wollongong / Shellharbour region? If you answered yes to these then please read on!
Opportunities for Qualified Teachers
Over the course of the year, Sport in Schools Australia (“SISA”) employs many qualified teachers (NESA approval to teach), to manage their program delivery. They have an immediate shortage of qualified teachers to deliver our specialist RFF programs in 2019, and therefore would welcome any expressions of interest to join our team. Please find below a brief outline of our organisation and role requirements.
About Sports in Schools Australia (SISA)
SISA are one the largest outsourcing providers within the Australian education system. They are focused on primary school education and relates directly to the PDHPE component of the K-6 syllabus. They have had a presence in NSW for the last 20 years delivering a high quality and valued addition to the primary school curriculum.
They offer a range of comprehensive term programs focused on PE Health, Gymnastics, Athletics, Sports Development, Social Skills and Dance. The programs are established in the Sydney, Hunter / Central Coast, and Wollongong / Shellharbour regions. To date SISA programs have been accessed by more than 850 schools across the Public, Catholic and private education systems.
All SISA programs are supported by a full written program that links directly to the K-6 syllabus. Our programs are delivered by teams of qualified teachers, and where required, we utilise teachers in training to assist with the deliver. Our programs are delivered across a 10 week term. Each of our teams (Athletics, Gymnastics, Dance etc.) work with multiple schools week. This provides a range of flexible working opportunities including
Full time block work (5 days per week)
Part time block work (1-4 days per week)
The block work can be delivering to a variety of schools each week, or limited to just 1-2 schools in your local area.
As an external teaching provider, with a clear focus on specific program delivery, there are a number of benefits for qualified teachers including
No lesson preparation required (our head teachers manage all lesson set up)
No marking or work
No compiling of assessment data
No after-hours work required
SISA is currently recruiting for qualified teachers (NESA approval to teach), to work with our team during 2019. We are looking for people that possess
Excellent presentation and professionalism.
Commitment and desire to educate at a primary school level.
Ability to work within a team and deliver to set instructions and procedures.
Relevant Tertiary Qualification
NESA Approval to teach
Current DOE number
Working with children check
In addition, any relevant sports coaching qualifications would be highly regarded (Dance Gymnastics, Athletics etc)
Remuneration will be dependent on experience and qualifications. All staff are renumerated on a daily rate (or part therefore for less than full day delivery)
How to apply
If you are interesting in applying for a role with SISA, please provide an introductory email and a copy of your CV to the following email address – firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, should you require further information about the role, please contact our National Operations Manager Todd Woods on 0408 491 461
Applications will be assessed over the school holiday break, and shortlisted applicants will be contacted via phone for a phone interview during January & February
If you have any questions regarding this job ad, please contact SISA directly via the email address provided above.
Please do not contact ClassCover / RTA support.
Don't wait to apply, be quick as these spots fill fast!