The Sovereign Hill Museums Association is a dynamic group of museums comprising of the Sovereign Hill Outdoor Museum, Gold Museum and Narmbool. Our purpose at Sovereign Hill and the Gold Museum is to inspire an understanding of the significance of the central Victorian gold rushes in Australia’s national story, and at Narmbool of the importance of the land, water and biodiversity in Australia’s future.
Sovereign Hill Education designs and delivers face-to-face teaching programs and resources tailored to suit the specific learning agendas of school groups and their teachers from Foundation to VCE and Tertiary. Our education programs align with the Victoria Curriculum.
We are seeking an experienced primary school teacher with an interest or expertise in the Humanities (particularly Australian History), English, the Arts and/or Science. Classroom experience in schools is ideal but other experience in education would be considered. The successful applicant should have a demonstrated ability to initiate, develop and deliver education programs that support the priorities of the CECV (Catholic Education Commission of Victoria)
Sovereign Hill’s education programs are based on an understanding of how people learn in informal settings and a commitment to providing unique learning opportunities for all. The successful applicant will be expected to deliver programs which engage primary and secondary students’ imaginations and thinking processes through creative, ‘hands-on’ learning. In keeping with our commitment to the professional development of teachers, you will also design and deliver workshops for other educators.
For full details on the position including the position description and key selection criteria, and information on how to apply, please visit our website at www.sovereignhill.com.au/careers
Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and appointment is subject to VIT registration or satisfactory Police Record and Working with Children Check.