Embark on a career with Teach Well
A career with Teach Well means working in a small social enterprise, with a passionate, professional and determined team, where all members have a valuable role to play. Team members work together to identify problems and solve challenges across issues and topics in a flat organisational structure. The Teach Well team speaks with one voice, modelling the behaviours and mindsets of collaborative expertise. We invite passionate educators with outstanding classroom instruction, demonstrated by the progress and achievement of their students, to look for opportunities to join us.
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Events & Logistics Officer – currently recruiting
We are seeking a new team member to work towards our vision of improving educational outcomes for students in complex communities across Australia.
Please see the role description: Teach Well – Events and Logistics Officer 2023.
To apply for the Events & Logistics Officer role, please send the following to email@example.com by 4pm, Friday 1 September, 2023.
- A business-style CV – limited to 3 pages. Please ensure you include two referees we can contact.
- A single page that notes your educational qualifications, including name of the university and your overall grade point average for your relevant qualification(s), or mark for each subject (most recent degree is acceptable). A university transcript is also acceptable.
- A cover letter that addresses the Skills, Knowledge and Attributes section in the job description – limited to 2 pages. This cover letter may also contain a concise picture of you as a whole person, outlining your qualities, achievements and ambitions.
Students come first. Our work with teachers and leaders must support all students to learn better.
How teachers teach matters. We believe this is true both for the way we should work with teachers and leaders and for the students in their classrooms and schools.
What teachers teach matters. We believe the content and curriculum of what we teach are just as important as how we teach, both for the learning of the teachers and leaders we work with, and for how they approach the learning of their students.
How school leaders lead matters. School leaders have the unique ability to align the work of teachers and staff to the needs of their students. When school leaders lead differently, teachers can work differently too.
Life-long learning is for all. We seek to always learn from the teachers and leaders we work with and we believe in empowering all teachers and leaders to continue to adapt, learn and grow throughout their entire career.