Education Support Officer

Education Support Officer – Classroom and Library
Full-time, fixed term

Wild Cherry School has a vacancy for an Education Support Officer – Classroom and Library. The position is full-time until the end of 2021 with possibility of being extended into 2022.

The ESO-CL’s responsibilities include the integration and achievement of individual learning needs of children with additional support needs within the classroom in collaboration and alongside class teachers and the management of the school’s library and resources. 

The successful candidate will have:

  • Qualifications in Education Support (minimum Cert I or II) or other relevant qualification and experience (essential).

  • An understanding of how children learn and an ability to deliver effective individual learning strategies and the capacity to monitor and assess student learning needs to inform teaching practice. 

  • The ability to work with class teachers and the school leader to improve learning across the school.

  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills when relating to students, teachers, parents, staff, and the wider community.

  • Demonstrated computer, data management and record keeping skills. 

  • An interest in or knowledge of Waldorf/Steiner education and philosophy. 

  • A commitment to the principle of lifelong learning through ongoing professional development. 

  • Current national police check and working with children check or willingness to undertake and complete within an approved timeframe.

If you feel that this position describes you and the prospect of working within a Waldorf/Steiner educational philosophy excites you, please contact the school to request a position description:

Wild Cherry School, 28 McKean Street, Bairnsdale VIC 3875
Telephone: 03 5152 1966   
admin@wildcherry.vic.edu.au    www.wildcherry.vic.edu.au

Applications close Sunday 1 August 2021 at 11.59pm

To view the Position Description, please click on link below:

PD – WCS Education Support Officer – Classroom and Library – July 2021