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Nano Nagle Network Flexible Learning Centres are a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice tradition and are recognised as a leading organisation for the provision of educational and social inclusion programs for disenfranchised young people.
St Francis Flexible Learning Centre, our Hobart campus, works with young people who are disengaged from mainstream education with the aim of re-engaging them in creative, meaningful and intentional learning. Our schools work with young people through a trauma informed approach respectful to the educational needs of each learner.
We are a school that upholds positive regard for young people, high expectations and a culture of learning. We are looking for passionate teachers that are ready and motivated to do the same. Our Network is currently seeking applicants for a teaching position based in Chigwell on a full time, fixed term basis commencing in term 4.
Please visit our website, learn about our work, and review the position information www.ereafsn.edu.au.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are encouraged to apply. Nano Nagle Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
For further information contact Meghan Rutherford on email@example.com, and 0439 546771 or Jason Haines on Jason.Haines@youthplus.edu.au, using the subject line: Teacher - Chigwell enquiry via EthicalJobs and 0439 442 079.
All applicants will be subject to EREA and legislative screening procedures. These checks are consistent with EREA’s commitment to child protection policies and procedures. Edmund Rice Education Australia is committed to ensuring the safety, wellbeing and dignity of all children and young people.