Casual teaching roles are available in the International Primary division. You must hold the right to work in Australia and hold teaching qualifications that are recognised in Australia.
Primary Classroom Teacher
Sydney Japanese International School (International Division) offers the NSW K-6 curriculum to children from diverse cultural backgrounds. SJIS fosters students’ development through its unique bilingual and bicultural program. The International Division prides itself on a high level of academic achievement, small class sizes and a caring and stimulating learning environment.
The successful applicant will have experience teaching the NSW curriculum as well as:
- Relevant qualifications in teaching K-6
- Dynamic and effective programming and teaching practices
- Ability to differentiate for EAL/D and other students
- Readiness to collaborate and work harmoniously in a bilingual environment
- Confidence to use ICT as a tool for enhanced teaching and learning
- Japanese language skills are not required
What the school can offer you:
A career at Sydney Japanese International School offers you the opportunity to teach all Key Learning Areas. We provide ongoing NESA accredited professional development for all teachers. We are a small school who enjoys the benefits of a harmonious and passionate staff in a serene environment of 14 acres. Join us in our 50th anniversary year!
Salary is determined by your teaching qualifications and school experience.
Applications close Friday 17 May. Please submit your resume and covering letter to Jodie Hoenig, Head of International Division email@example.com or call her with any questions on 9450 1833.
Sydney Japanese International School consists of two divisions, the International Division K-6 and the Japanese Division 1-9. The International Division carries a student population of about 138 students, many of whom are from Japanese backgrounds.
The International Division teaches the NSW K-6 curriculum and fosters students’ development through its unique bilingual and bicultural program. The community prides itself on a high level of academic achievement, small class sizes, and a caring and stimulating learning environment. Teachers employ a wide range of differentiation strategies to engage and meet the learning needs of a diverse student body.
The Teacher Aide will play an integral role in the support of individual or groups of students, including Kindergarten classes. Join us in our 50th anniversary year!
- Capacity to undertake routine support tasks across a range of functions within the school
- Demonstrated ability to assist students on an individual or group basis in specific learning areas
- Capacity to provide basic academic, physical and emotional care for students
- Ability to assist with the supervision of pupils in classes, playgrounds, at camps, on excursions
- Highly developed interpersonal skills with the capacity to work alongside class teachers
- Ability to assist in the preparation of student resources and equipment
- Capacity to promote student inclusion and participation in school activities
- Working With Children Check Clearance Letter
- Possess current references
- Have the right to work in Australia
- Hold a qualification recognised in Australia
Salary is determined by your qualifications and school experience.
In order to apply for this role please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like further information about this exciting opportunity please contact Jodie Hoenig, Head of International Division, on 9450 1833 Please note only suitable applicants will be contacted. Applications close by Friday 17 May.