Craigieburn Secondary College Recruitment
Position Available 2023
|Job ID||Apply 22/03/23|
|1335902||Health / PE Classroom Teacher|
|Job ID||Apply 21/03/23|
|1335725||First Aid Officer / Doctors in Schools Administration|
|1335728||Graduate Teacher English / Humanities (GTRI 012)|
|1335724||Graduate Teacher Vocational / Applied Learning (GTRI 013)|
|Job ID||Apply 20/03/23|
|1335535||Leading Teacher - Educational Leadership|
|1335408||Senior Art Classroom Teacher|
|Job ID||Apply 19/03/23|
|1335196||Applied Learning / Pedagogy Leader Teacher|
|1335199||English / Humanities Classroom Teacher|
|1335194||Food & Technology Classroom Teacher|
|1335267||Learning Specialist Range 3|
|1335220||Maths / Science / MYLNS Classroom Teacher|
|1335217||Maths / Science Classroom Teacher|
|1335028||Operations and Daily Organisation Assistant|
|1335198||VCE History / English Classroom Teacher|
|1335197||Vocational Major / Applied Learning Classroom Teacher|
|Job ID||Apply 16/03/23|
|1335027||Corrective Reading Facilitator|
|1335071||Materials Classroom Teacher|
|Job ID||Apply 15/03/23|
|1334705||Graduate Teacher / HPE / Food (GTRI 153)|
|1334881||Numeracy Learning Specialist|
We welcome passionate and imaginative educators into our learning community. We commit to supporting and valuing staff in their professional practice and growth through:
- Belonging to an inclusive and multicultural community
- Knowing that together we make a difference
- Intellectual and practical engagement in our profession.
Our communities of practice are responsive to staff and student experiences and are where we work collaboratively to better understand how to best meet student learning needs. Currently these teams focus on:
- The literacy and numeracy demands of assessments and ensuring we explicitly teach these
- Building strong relationships with students and families developing a culture of community.
As a new member of our community, you will be supported through a structured induction program, with embedded and dedicated time release for mentoring and coaching. Being able to quickly build strong and positive relationships between staff, students, and families, is underpinned by our values of community and respect, and is front and centre of our practices through form teacher roles, community events and extra-curricular opportunities.
On the lands of the Wurundjeri people, our community is wonderfully diverse with over fifty different language backgrounds being represented through our families and staff. We support and celebrate this diversity with a team of multicultural and integration aides, events, and performances. A significant proportion of our students experience challenges at home and are supported through breakfast and homework clubs, as well as a dedicated allied health team that includes counsellors, youth workers, mental health practitioners and a speech pathologist. Learning is supported through targeted fluency and tutoring programs, with learning partners ensuring Individual Learning Plans are developed and effectively implemented.
Staff at our school have many opportunities to expand on their teaching practice through leadership responsibilities and positions that promote individual and professional growth. These opportunities are reflective of our commitment to enhancing our students’ personal and educational growth in the following ways:
- Student voice and agency
- Applied learning
- Restorative practices
- Community leadership
- Inclusive and differentiated teaching and learning
- Reflective and evaluative practices
- Enrichment and engagement programs.
2023 will see Craigieburn Secondary College begin to implement an organisational design model that will facilitate our vision of building a robust and student-centered learning community. Knowing our students and building relationships between the school and families are the keystones to ensuring that the learning and wellbeing needs of our students are addressed in a holistic way.
“To meet some of our amazing teachers and support staff click on video to play”
“Click on profile pic to listen to one of our fantastic, valued and long standing and highly experienced English and Humanities teacher. Her testament gives insight into her experiences at Craigieburn Secondary College, on teaching values and what Craigieburn Secondary College prides itself on in supporting graduates, teachers and students educational journeys.”
Recruitment Online is the Department’s online job advertisement and recruitment management system for Victorian Government school jobs.
Whether you are an employee seeking a promotion or transfer opportunity to take the next step in your career or looking for your first job, you will find all Victorian Government school jobs, including executive class, principal, assistant principal, teacher and education support class vacancies, advertised on Recruitment Online.
For student support services positions (social workers, speech pathologists and psychologists) see: Public Service Jobs
Applicants – Searching or Applying for a Job
Recruitment Online allows you to register to:
- search for and apply for current vacancies
- be notified of relevant new vacancies by setting up a Job Alert, and
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Help is available for ROL by clicking the Applicant Help link below.
General ROL Information and Help
All vacancies in Victorian Government Schools are advertised on Recruitment Online (ROL). It is recommended to filter search option for Craigieburn Secondary College; Northern Western region.
Following the update of ROL to the new look the following Videos and FAQ documents are now available.
- ROL Frequently Asked Questions – Applicant portal (FAQ & Help Sheet)
Video Help for Internal and External Applicants
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Find our more information on careers in education for the Department of Education and Training at Careers and Recruitment
Sources: Department of Education and Training. (Oct 2022) Human Resources
Completed applications including selection criteria can be emailed directly to the Human Resource Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on school recruitment at Craigieburn Secondary College, please contact our Human Resource Manager on 9308 1144 or email email@example.com during office hours.