Role: Physical Science Educator – FET Phase
Location: Randburg, Johannesburg
Job Level: Senior
Job Type: Permanent
Remuneration: R 25 000 – R35 000 based on skill, experience and qualification
Travel requirement: No
Starting Date: As soon as possible, however, if you have to give notice for your current position this will not be a problem.
NB: Please make sure to upload your CV, not just certificates.
Radley Private School is a Private School with small classes and a strong entrepreneurial focus. We are not a sporting school, which means a strong focus on academics and classroom contact time. We are looking for an exceptional, qualified High School Mathematics Core Educator (Grades 8 – 12). Our team is a dynamic, diverse bunch of passionate teachers who really care about their learners – we’re looking for your positive, happy attitude and demeanour to join our amazing faculty.
• Minimum requirement is a completed, recognised degree and/or 4-year professional teaching qualification. (NOT NEGOTIABLE)
• SACE registration is vital. (NOT NEGOTIABLE)
You must be an experienced FET phase Mathematics Core Educator. It is really important that you’re comfortable teaching Grade 12 Mathematics. We’re currently a GDE school but in the process of converting to IEB. A sound knowledge of teaching both CAPS and IEB would be advantageous, but we’re willing to walk a journey with the right candidate.
You’ll be a classroom educator, but we call our educators, Guides. To be an educator with Radley means learning and upskilling yourself in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial skillsets. We’ll provide this training and development. Our classes are smaller, with a focus on quality education.
Competencies / Skills required:
• Ability to inspire the learners and expose them to exciting new ways of teaching mathematics
• SACE registration required
• Computer literate
• An innovative and creative outlook to education
• Good organisational and classroom administrative skills
• Enthusiasm for your subject, flexible and self-motivated
• Flipped classroom techniques