Regent College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety, welfare and wellbeing of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
With this in mind, if you are passionate about education and are a committed Christian, then we would invite you to apply for position(s) vacant at Regent College.
The following positions are currently available for suitable applications:
SEEKING - MUSIC TEACHER
The Principal is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and preferably experienced PRIMARY MUSIC TEACHER, for the following position:
- CLASSROOM MUSIC & CHOIR TEACHER (Maternity Leave cover)
- FTE 0.6 (3 days each week)
- COMMENCING TERM 2 2018 (for 12 months)
- APPLICATIONS CLOSE 23 MARCH 2018
Having read through the following position overview, if you would like to apply for this position, please complete the initial application HERE.
Suitable short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview following the closing date.
An overview of the position is provided below. Interested applicants should please note that the current program structure necessitates a high level of teacher engagement (including physical) during lessons and across the broader program.
Responsiblity for teaching classroom music from Kindergarten to year 6
Lead choir of 80+ students from year 2-6
Classroom music activities based on the Orff approach and Kodaly methodology
Lessons focused on singing, movement, body percussion, speech rhymes/poems, folk dancing and playing a range of percussion instruments.
Ukulele program introduced in Year 1
Recorder Introduction and instruction from Year 3+
Variety of instructional strategies and activities catering for diversity within each class
Arrange and choreograph choir and class items for concerts/assemblies/events throughout the year
Co-ordinate music, sound and projector for weekly assemblies including praise and worship and playing the national anthem
Assist classroom teachers with items for their assemblies/concerts
Collaborate with classroom teachers in order to integrate their themes/topics into the Arts curriculum
Extra curricular classes – movement exploration, drum circle
Passion for quality music education in the primary years
Ability to inspire interest, curiosity and excitement in students
Positive, engaging, enthusiastic and consistent approach to teaching