SPELD NSW Employment Opportunity - Professional Learning Manager - SPELD NSW

Supporting children and adults with specific learning difficulties


SPELD NSW Employment Opportunity – Professional Learning Manager

Come and join the team at SPELD NSW as our new Professional Learning Manager!

The Professional Learning Manager will:

  • develop and present professional learning and workshops for teachers, tutors,
    other professionals and parents on evidence-based literacy and numeracy
    instruction and best practice approaches to supporting students with specific
    learning difficulties;
  • will be responsible for the management of the administration of the SPELD NSW
    professional learning program; and
  • will provide information, support and advice to parents through the SPELD NSW Info

This is a part time position (3 days per week) and the successful candidate will join a supportive and enthusiastic team who are passionate about providing assistance to children and adults with specific learning difficulties.

This role is suitable for a teacher who has classroom experience or experiencing implementing an intervention program in evidence-based literacy or numeracy instruction.

Applications are open until Friday, 14 August.  Please send applications to Georgina Perry, Executive Officer, SPELD NSW at enquiries@speldnsw.org.au.

For more information about this role please download the position description.


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