Manager: Magill Smart School
The University of South Australia’s flagship Magill Education Precinct is a dedicated education precinct, delivered through partnership between Government and the schooling sector and centred on UniSA’s Magill Campus. This precinct will ultimately accommodate all facets of education from early childhood, through primary and secondary, to tertiary and life-long learning. It will also support special needs education.
The Magill Smart School, to be constructed in 2017, will comprise of three technologically-rich teaching spaces and will be underpinned by innovative teaching with an initial curricular focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The Smart School will host research intensive teaching spaces used to capture data and generate evidence about the long-term effect of specific pedagogic innovations. Benefits to teacher education will flow from direct engagement by individual teacher education students in placements, projects and planning activities within the Smart School; observation of teaching innovations within the Smart School and from research.
As the public face of the Magill Smart School, the Manager will establish and maintain collaborative relationships with partner agencies including local, national and international schools, education policy makers and funders, technology and equipment manufacturers and other relevant agencies to secure support, engagement, sponsorship and funding for the Magill Smart School.
The successful candidate will be an experienced primary or secondary teacher, have an in depth knowledge of the Australian curriculum, international STEM curricula and the South Australian schooling sector and proven success in managing teams, influencing stakeholders and overseeing major projects.
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Applications close: 9.00am Friday 2 December 2016
Pursuant to the Children's Protection Act 1993 (SA), this position has been deemed prescribed. It is a condition of appointment that the successful candidate provides the University with a Criminal History Assessment determining them fit to work with children.
In addition to your salary, the University will make employer superannuation contributions of up to 17% of salary on your behalf. The amount of superannuation you are entitled to will depend on the nature of your employment. This can be clarified during the recruitment process. You will also be entitled to annual leave loading. See more benefits of working for UniSA
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