Career Opportunities

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Featured role opportunity 

Each month from February to November the Alliance is has an opportunity for you to feature your chosen role in our members digital newsletter allowing you to reach each our entire membership across 185 girls schools.

For just $99 (AUD inc GST) for members and $200 (AUD inc GST) for non members you can secure this position.

Contact us at [email protected] if you would like to showcase your career opportunity in our newsletter, or if you are not a member and would like to list a role on this page.

Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School including Ipswich Junior Grammar School is seeking to appoint an exceptional leader to join the School in the role of Deputy Head of Junior School. This is an outstanding opportunity to work in a leadership role with the support of a progressive Head of Junior School and a dedicated team of teachers and support staff.

The Deputy Head provides support in the overall administration and day-to-day operations of the Junior School and assumes the responsibilities of the educational curriculum and student wellbeing practices. You will also be expected to keep abreast of the latest pedagogical research, curriculum, and knowledge of student wellbeing practices.

In consultation with the Head of Junior School, you will carry out a range of department leadership and management tasks in four key areas:
• Organisation: efficient day-to-day operation of the Junior School to meet strategic outcomes.
• Academic Curriculum: up-to-date, innovative, evidence-based curriculum, pedagogy and reporting that meets legislative requirements and results in exceptional learning outcomes.
• Pastoral Care: enactment of a robust Pastoral Care Framework to support student wellbeing and behavioural expectation of the Junior School.

Applications close 21 September 2021 

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Head of Sport (permanent, full time, Term 1 2022 start)

Toorak College, located in Mt Eliza on the stunning Mornington Peninsula and recently awarded The Educator’s Employer of Choice 2021, offers an exciting opportunity to guide and lead a department with a proud and rich history of sporting success, participation and engagement.

Participating in sport has always been an integral part of our school culture here at Toorak College. From GSV, rowing, equestrian, aerobics, and over 25 sports on offer, we pride ourselves on providing the best environment where our girls not only feel valued and empowered playing sport but thrive in it too.

“We are thrilled to offer this role within our school at a time when all the fundamental structures are in place to ensure that the successful candidate is empowered to design and implement their own vision for the Sport Program at Toorak College into the future. If you are looking to make a difference, encouraged by those around you to think differently and possess a relentless passion for girls sport, then this role is certainly one for your consideration.” Kristy Kendall, Principal

Working with the support of a Sports Administration Assistant and a passionate team of teachers and coaches, our new Head of Sport will drive the agenda for quality, participation and development within the department.

The role will appeal to sports minded professionals – both registered teachers with a background in Sport/PE leadership and also to those with a sporting qualification or industry experience. Offered as a permanent full time position, this role will start at the commencement of Term 1, 2022.

Specifically, the successful candidate will possess:
● An inherent understanding of contemporary sporting and learning practices, research and philosophy.
● A genuine passion for encouraging young people to reach their potential and goals in sport and school.
● The ability to develop and implement programs that maintain our high level of sporting participation, whilst developing the necessary skills leading to high performance outcomes.
● An ability to mentor and inspire outstanding staff who are passionate about sport and education.
● Demonstrated initiative and examples of leadership on projects or activities.
● Excellent organisational skills and ability to multitask in a fast paced and often challenging environment which will require the investment of time both during and after school hours.
● Ability to build productive, highly effective and harmonious working relationships.

Written applications should be directed to Mrs Kristy Kendall, Principal, and should include a covering letter and the details of two confidential referees.

Applications close 9.00am, Wednesday, 22 September 2021

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Payroll & HR Administrator (permanent, part time)

Toorak College, located in Mt Eliza on the stunning Mornington Peninsula, offers an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and motivated payroll and HR professional to work in a fast paced environment where the delivery of the highest quality experience to employees – current, past and prospective – is at the core of their every interaction.

Working closely with the Director of HR, the Payroll & HR Administrator will have both the support and autonomy to manage, control and process all aspects of the School’s payroll and assist with a broad range of HR related administration. Currently employing approximately 200 staff with a diverse range of roles within our Education Team (Early Learning Centre to VCE) to our Operations Team (administration, building & grounds, catering, Boarding House and cleaning) to seasonal casuals/coaches associated with the many co-curricular activities offered across the School.

“This is an exciting time to embark on a career at Toorak College in Payroll & HR with the implementation of new payroll software, iChris. This will see a move away from the School’s legacy system and what has historically been a largely manual, time intensive payroll function to a digital, automated, employee self-service platform. The successful candidate will play an integral role in this transformation and has the scope to make the role their own.” Georgia Musgrove, Director of HR

Recently awarded The Educator’s Employer of Choice 2021, we thrive on thinking differently, challenging the status quo and doing this together. For an individual with a payroll background that is interested in expanding their experience and looking for the next challenge, this role will certainly appeal.

Specifically on offer is a permanent, part time, position available for an immediate start, however for the right candidate an alternative start date can be negotiated. Given the implementation underway, applications are sought from a range of candidates that may be seeking to work over 3 to 4 days per week, potentially spread across the week to complement school hours. Ultimately, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate what they will be able to bring to this role and how they will go about delivering this successfully.

The successful candidate will possess:
● Ability to navigate and operate a payroll system autonomously (experience using iChris Payroll Software in particular will be looked upon favourably).
● Inherent understanding of payroll principles and application to a whole school/business setting (schools payroll experience looked upon favourably but not necessary).
● Ability to interpret relevant awards, agreements and legislation.
● An employee service focus with a relentless desire to provide a superior employee experience to all current and prospective employees.
● Possess an engaging personality with creative and strategic sensibilities.
● Work autonomously to drive project outcomes whilst having the ability to collaborate and work as part of a team to achieve the objectives of the role.
● Demonstrated sound judgment in situations requiring independent decision-making and in handling confidential and sensitive material.
● Ability to multitask in a fast paced environment with the highest degree of accuracy.

Written applications should be directed to Mrs Kristy Kendall, Principal, and should include a covering letter and the details of two confidential referees.

Applications close 9.00am, Wednesday, 22 September 2021

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Due to an internal change, an exciting new opportunity has been created for a Head of Psychology. As Head of Psychology Services you will manage our amazing team of School Psychologists to provide effective support for the wellbeing of our students, as well as providing counselling support to students and consultancy to staff and families.

The Head of Psychology works closely with the Dean of Students, Associate Dean of Wellbeing, Dean of Boarding, Head of Boarding, Heads of Year and the Wellbeing Team to support and implement whole school initiatives.

The successful applicant will have exemplary knowledge and practice in contemporary approaches to promoting student wellbeing, and proven experience in initiating and implementing wellness programs.

A minimum of five years’ counselling experience is required, preferably in a school environment with teenagers and parents. Demonstrated experience working with complex student needs and previous experience in a similar pastoral care role will be highly regarded.

This is a full-time role with a 5 year tenure, commencing in January 2022 or earlier by arrangement.

Applications close midnight Wednesday 22 September 2021, however, applications will be assessed when received and interviews may be held prior to the closing date.

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Shelford Girls’ Grammar seeks an enthusiastic and committed Junior School Teacher, to teach within the upper primary years (Years 5 – 6). This is a full time, ongoing position commencing in Term 1, 2022.

The successful applicant will possess:
• Appropriate teaching qualifications and registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).
• A sound understanding of, and a passion for teaching the upper primary school levels.
• Strong organisational and time management skills.
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
• Adaptability with an ability to work autonomously and as a member of a team.
• Experience in encouraging a high-level of learning in students through catering to individual needs.
• Ability to use technology in the classroom environment.
• Personal resilience with an ability to manage multiple demands.

Further information is available in the position description on the School’s website.

How to apply

If you would like to apply for this position, please submit your application via the Employment Application Form on the School’s website. Only applications using the School’s online application form will be accepted. No agencies please.
Your application must include:
• A covering letter addressed to the Principal, Ms Katrina Brennan;
• A resume; and
• Provision of at least 2 referees on the Employment Application Form.

Applications will close on Thursday 23 September 2021 at 4:30pm.

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Toorak College located on the stunning Mornington Peninsula is seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic Product Design & Technology Teacher to join its thriving Visual Arts Team. This is an opportunity for a teaching professional with a passion for education to experience a different teaching environment, develop professionally and impart their expertise on students in Year 9 through to VCE in Product Design & Technology.

Specifically, we are seeking a passionate and dedicated PDT Teacher looking for the opportunity and support to master their craft and make a difference in the lives of each and every student they teach.

The role is a Semester 1 fixed term, parental leave cover position with an approximate FTE of 0.6. The position will commence at the beginning of the 2022 school year with the possibility of an extension to the end of the year and may suit a teacher looking to transition from full time work or alternatively someone who is looking for a part time return to the workforce.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:

● A relentless commitment to excellence in education;
● A proven capacity for innovative, flexible and research-based teaching practice;
● An individualised learning approach and ability to demonstrate expertise in their chosen fields; and
● The desire to work collaboratively within a high performing team setting.

Written applications should be directed to Mrs Kristy Kendall, Principal, and include a covering letter and the name and contact details of two confidential referees.

Applications close 9.00am Thursday, 23 September 2021

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An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced educator to join Shelford Girls’ Grammar in 2022. Reporting to the Deputy Principal – Staff, Teaching and Learning, the Director of Curriculum and Innovation will be a member of the School Executive Team and will be expected to provide strategic leadership in all areas related to curriculum and innovation in the Senior School at Shelford.

The role will be responsible for researching, developing, implementing and evaluating Shelford’s Year 7 – 12 academic programs and will guide the development of an innovative, research-based curriculum framework that seeks to encourage and enable all students. A visionary leader, the Director of Curriculum and Innovation will have outstanding communication skills and will work to maximise the academic outcomes of all students (Year 7 – 12), providing an inclusive, challenging, enriching and supportive learning environment, that enables students to flourish. As a professional teacher in a position of leadership, the successful incumbent is expected to be an active member of appropriate professional associations and take a lively interest in his or her own professional standing.

The successful applicant will possess:

• Relevant teaching qualifications and registration with Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).

• Postgraduate qualifications in Education Leadership or Curriculum Development (or be working towards this qualification).

• Experience in a school leadership position, with responsibility for implementing curriculum and fostering innovative classroom pedagogy within an educational environment.

• A proven ability to work in a collaborative environment as a member of a leadership team (preferred).

• Demonstrated contemporary knowledge of curriculum research and current trends in national and international curriculum development girls’ education.

• Demonstrated ability to research, plan, implement and review innovative and future focused educational initiatives.

• Demonstrated high level ability to monitor and assess student learning data and to use this data to improve the delivery of curriculum.

• Ability to plan, implement and evaluate programs, including the management of budgets and resources, related to continual improvement in student academic outcomes.

• Outstanding written, verbal and interpersonal skills including a capacity to develop constructive relationships with students, parents and other staff, and contribute to the leadership and management of the school.

• A solutions-oriented approach to problem solving.

• High competency in the use and application of information technology systems.

• An ability to maintain confidentiality with personal resilience to manage multiple demands.

The Director of Curriculum and Innovation will also be expected to have a teaching load of up to 0.4 FTE.

This is a permanent, ongoing position, commencing in Term 1, 2022. Further information is available in the position description on the School’s website.

How to apply

If you would like to apply for this position, please submit your application via the Employment Application Form on the School’s website. Only applications using the School’s online application form will be accepted. No agencies please.

Your application must include:

• A covering letter addressed to the Principal, Ms Katrina Brennan;

• A resume; and

• Provision of at least 2 referees on the Employment Application Form.

Applications will close on Thursday 23 September 2021 at 4:30pm.

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VCE Chemistry Teacher (full time, ongoing position)

Toorak College located on the stunning Mornington Peninsula is seeking a dynamic and passionate Science Teacher specialising in Chemistry with Maths or ICT as a second method preferred. Teaching in our state of the art Swift Science & Technology Centre, this opportunity presents the right candidate to join a thriving school community where we challenge the status quo, think differently and always have the best possible outcomes for our students at the forefront of our decision making.

Recently awarded The Educator’s Employer of Choice 2021, at Toorak College we strive to offer the widest variety of subject choices within a smaller school setting that is underpinned by flexible and agile teaching practice. In appointing a professional with multiple methods, this allows for cross faculty collaboration and broader reach and impact across the Senior School.

Specifically, we are seeking a dedicated Science Teacher looking for the opportunity and support to master their craft and make a difference in the lives of each and every student they teach.

Excitingly, the role is an ongoing full time position commencing at the beginning of the 2022 school year and the successful candidate will have the ability to teach VCE Chemistry and the diversity to take classes in Year 7-10 Science, Year 7-10 Maths or ICT areas including Coding.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:

● A relentless commitment to excellence in education;
● A proven capacity for innovative, flexible and research-based teaching practice;
● An individualised learning approach and ability to demonstrate expertise in their chosen fields; and
● The desire to work collaboratively within a high performing team setting.

There may also be opportunities available to external candidates to apply for some positions of responsibility within the School. If this is of interest to you, please note this in your covering letter when applying.

Written applications should be directed to Mrs Kristy Kendall, Principal, and include a covering letter and the name and contact details of two confidential referees.

Applications close 9.00am Thursday, 23 September 2021

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Please do not apply through this website. Applicants must complete the relevant application form available online at

www.danebank.nsw.edu.au/employment

Danebank is one of the leading Christian girls’ schools in Australia with a wonderful reputation and proud history of excellence and innovation in thinking, learning and care. We nurture and inspire girls to flourish through inclusive and powerful educational opportunities.

We aspire for each girl to belong and become all she is purposed to be.

Our guiding values are compassion, truth, integrity, respect, responsibility, understanding and character. The life of our school is anchored in a Christian foundation and our worship and spiritual life is grounded in the Anglican tradition. The very essence of our motto – Ut Prosim That I May Serve – reflects our intention for each girl to develop meaning in her life, to grow in faith, to serve others and to contribute to society into the future.

Our Approach
Our approach to education is futures-focused and holistic: we integrate student wellbeing, learning and personal development to help shape the social, emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual aspects of each individual.

Our Staff
Danebank acknowledges and values the contribution that all staff, teaching and operational, make to the achievement of the School’s strategy and is committed to supporting all staff in their endeavours.

Danebank staff are passionate about learning and deeply committed to the wellbeing and growth of each girl. Our heart to serve and vision to improve drives our collaboration, innovation, professional growth and pursuit of the best for ourselves and our community. Staff enjoy working in our engaging environment.

Experience/Skills Required

A personal Christian faith and commitment, demonstrating a commitment to Christian teaching practice.
Expertise and experience in teaching all student levels of Technology to Stage 6, HSC level, including Technology Mandatory, Design & Technology and / or Textiles Technology.
Ability to deliver effective pedagogy in an innovative and engaging manner.
Effective interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and parents.
Professional and personal integrity.
Flexible and open to change.
Proactive and innovative.
Technologically literate and experienced in the integration of technology into every aspect of students’ learning.
Willingness to actively engage in co-curricular activities.
Commitment to personal and professional development.

Licenses/Certificates/
Qualifications Required

Essential:
Qualification in secondary education.
Tertiary qualification in Technology.
Accredited with NESA.
Working with Children check required.

Desirable:
Experience teaching Technology Mandatory, Design & Technology and / or Textiles Technology.

Physical/Work Environment Requirements

● General physical fitness. The role requires teachers to attend to student needs away from the school (e.g. on camps or work experience) and some students may require physical assistance.

Please note

Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.

Applicants must complete the relevant forms available at www.danebank.nsw.edu.au/employment

Please read the full job description at www.danebank.nsw.edu.au/employment

Hard copies of the application form, a relevant cover letter, resume and supporting documents must be submitted to:

Dr Emma Burgess, Principal

Email: [email protected]

Mail: Danebank An Anglican School for Girls, 80-98 Park Road HURSTVILLE NSW 2220

Applications close 4pm, 24 September 2021

Applicants will be interviewed as applications are received and the position may be filled prior to deadline.

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The Head of Learning Development will have a particular responsibility for the co-ordination, oversight and monitoring of extension programs, students with learning disabilities and learning difficulties in literacy and numeracy from P – 12. A key role will be the oversight of the embedding of literacy skills across the curriculum of Senior School.

This role is an important middle management position. The Head of Learning Development is expected to develop and maintain excellent professional relationships with all stakeholders; staff and parents whilst exemplifying outstanding professionalism.

We are looking for a person who is an experienced educator with demonstrated knowledge, interest and skills in contemporary curriculum issues especially in relation to girls’ education and literacy development. You will be highly experienced in supporting students with additional learning needs with a high commitment to quality teaching via assisting teachers to implement adjustments to programs.

Applications close 5pm, Sunday 26 September 2021 with interviews on 1 October 2021

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Danebank is one of the leading Christian girls’ schools in Australia with a wonderful reputation and proud history of excellence and innovation in thinking, learning and care. We nurture and inspire girls to flourish through inclusive and powerful educational opportunities.

We aspire for each girl to belong and become all she is purposed to be.

Our guiding values are compassion, truth, integrity, respect, responsibility, understanding and character. The life of our school is anchored in a Christian foundation and our worship and spiritual life is grounded in the Anglican tradition. The very essence of our motto – Ut Prosim That I May Serve – reflects our intention for each girl to develop meaning in her life, to grow in faith, to serve others and to contribute to society into the future.

Our Approach

Our approach to education is futures-focused and holistic: we integrate student wellbeing, learning and personal development to help shape the social, emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual aspects of each individual.

Our Staff

Danebank acknowledges and values the contribution that all staff, teaching and operational, make to the achievement of the School’s strategy and is committed to supporting all staff in their endeavours.

Danebank staff are passionate about learning and deeply committed to the wellbeing and growth of each girl. Our heart to serve and vision to improve drives our collaboration, innovation, professional growth and pursuit of the best for ourselves and our community. Staff enjoy working in our engaging environment.

Key Competencies, Skills and/ or Experience

  • A commitment to the Christian mission of Danebank, demonstrating a commitment to Christian teaching practice.
  • Expertise and experience in teaching all student levels of English to Stage 6, HSC level.
  • Ability to deliver effective pedagogy in an innovative and engaging manner.
  • Effective interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and parents.
  • Professional and personal integrity.
  • Flexible and open to change.
  • Proactive and innovative.
  • Technologically literate and experienced in the integration of technology into every aspect of students’ learning.
  • Willingness to actively engage in co-curricular activities.
  • Commitment to personal and professional development.

Essential Qualifications

Qualification in secondary education.
Tertiary qualification in English.
Accredited with NESA.
Working with Children check required.

 

Desirable:

Experience teaching English Extension 1 and English Extension 2.

Applications close 4pm, 24 September 2021

NOTE: Applicants will be interviewed as applications are received and the position may be filled prior to the deadline.

Please note

Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.

Please read the full job description at

www.danebank.nsw.edu.au/employment

Hard copies of the application form, a relevant cover letter, resume and supporting documents must be submitted to:

Dr Emma Burgess, Principal

Email: [email protected]

Mail: Danebank An Anglican School for Girls, 80-98 Park Road HURSTVILLE NSW 2220

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Santa Sabina College is seeking a qualified, experienced and passionate Secondary teacher to join the College in a newly created role of Dean of HSC.

The Role

The Dean of HSC oversees the holistic education of the girls in Year 11 and 12. This leadership position ensures a seamless approach to student-centred learning throughout the campus. The role requires collaborative leadership responsibilities in relation to the design, development and delivery of the College’s overall academic and wellbeing programs and in the strategic planning, leadership and management of the students completing Stage 6 of their education. The Dean of HSC supports the strategic intent of a P-12 continuum of learning and works collaboratively with the Director of Teaching and Learning, Dean of IB, Heads of Department, Heads of House, Director of Students and Wellbeing and the College Careers Advisor. This position reports directly to the Director of Teaching and Learning P-12.

Release allocation: This role is a teaching position with 0.4 time release.

Please see the attached role description for more detail.

Essential Criteria

  • ability to articulate a clear understanding and commitment to the mission of the Catholic Church.
  • ensure the curriculum reflects the College’s vision and mission.
  • experience in strategically leading change and improvement within a school context.
  • four-year trained teaching qualifications.
  • appropriate postgraduate study.
  • Understanding of NESA Stage 6 curriculum and compliance requirements.
  • current teacher accreditation with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) or eligibility for registration.How to apply:
  • download and complete a teacher employment application form from the College website: https://www.ssc.nsw.edu.au/about-santa-sabina/employment/.
  • submit the employment application form along with a current curriculum vitae and a letter of application addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman via email to [email protected]
  • you must provide the contact details for three referees.
  • for further information please contact the People, Culture and Professional Learning Team on (02) 9745 7037.

Applications close: 4.00pm, Friday 24 September 2021

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Santa Sabina is seeking to appoint a dynamic, innovative and experienced educational leader to the new and exciting position of Director of Teaching and Learning P-12.

The Role

The Director of Teaching and Learning P-12 is a member of the College Executive, College Leadership Team, and other teams as necessary. The Director of Teaching and Learning articulates and implements a collaboratively developed vision for pedagogy, aligned with the College Mission and Strategy, in partnership with the Head of Primary, Head of Gioia House, Dean of IBDP and Dean of HSC. They have oversight of the Deans of Innovation, Gifted Education, Inclusive Education and Heads of Department. The incumbent reports to the Principal.

Release allocation: This role is a teaching position with 0.8 time release.

Please see the attached role description for more detail.

Essential Criteria

  • ability to articulate a clear understanding and commitment to the mission of the Catholic Church.
  • ensure the curriculum reflects the College’s vision and mission.
  • experience in strategically leading change and improvement within a school context.
  • demonstrated analysis of data to inform teaching, learning and student growth.
  • four-year trained teaching qualifications with a minimum of five years teaching experience.
  • appropriate postgraduate study.
  • current teacher accreditation with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) or eligibility for registration.
  • an outstanding classroom practitioner.

How to apply:

  • download and complete a teacher employment application form from the College website: https://www.ssc.nsw.edu.au/about-santa-sabina/employment/.
  • submit the employment application form along with a current curriculum vitae and a letter of application addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman via email to [email protected]
  • you must provide the contact details for three referees.
  • for further information please contact the People, Culture and Professional Learning Team on (02) 9745 7037.

Applications close: 4.00pm, Friday 24 September 2021

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Strathcona Girls Grammar School has a strongly connected community of learners where students achieve excellent academic and co-curricular results.

At Strathcona, you are given every opportunity to experience genuine career progression within the education sector. With access to state-of-the-art resources and facilities, ongoing professional development and opportunities for advancement, your career can be enriched and full of promise.

We have an opportunity for an experienced, engaging and suitably qualified Art Teacher to join our team, teaching Year 7 through to VCE. This position is ongoing from January 2022 at FTE 0.86.

Our ideal candidate will be skilled across all areas of the art curriculum and have experience working with a range of media.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to best practice in teaching and a goal-oriented and evidence-based approach to improving student learning outcomes. We are looking for an individual who exhibits a learning disposition in relation to all aspects of this position, striving for continuous improvement in addition to bringing the required skills and experience.

What we’re looking for:

  • Experience working in a similar position.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills including a demonstrated ability to support and interact with a range of stakeholders including students, parents, staff and the wider school community.
  • Capacity to work both independently and as part of a team with a high level of professionalism
  • Competent in the use of Information Communication Technology.
  • Supportive of the values and teachings of the Christian tradition.

The position has a wide range of detailed responsibilities and required outcomes. For a full position description please visit our website.

Strathcona Girls Grammar School is an organisation committed to Child Protection and to the implementation of Childsafe policies and practices.

Applications close 26 September 2021

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Strathcona Girls Grammar School has a strongly connected community of learners where students achieve excellent academic and co-curricular results.

At Strathcona, you are given every opportunity to experience genuine career progression within the education sector. With access to state-of-the-art resources and facilities, ongoing professional development and opportunities for advancement, your career can be enriched and full of promise.

We have an opportunity for an innovative, engaging and suitably qualified Teacher of the Deaf to join our team, working from Prep to Year 9. This position is part-time (FTE 0.55) and ongoing, commencing January 2022.

The primary purpose of this position is to provide support to students who have hearing loss, delivering targeted learning programs that ensure learning success.

Strathcona is committed to sustaining itself as a learning community which fosters a culture of growth and progress. The successful candidate will be keen to play an active role as a Teacher of the Deaf and in the broader Strathcona community.

We are looking for an individual who exhibits a learning disposition in relation to all aspects of this position, striving for continuous improvement in addition to bringing the required skills and experience.

What we’re looking for:

  • Highly desirable – Master of Special Education Majoring in Deaf / Hard of Hearing or similar or are working towards.
  • VIT Registration.
  • Experience working in a similar position.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills including a demonstrated ability to support and interact with a range of stakeholders including students, parents, staff and the wider school community.
  • Capacity to work both independently and as part of a team with a high level of professionalism
  • Competent in the use of Information Communication Technology.
  • Supportive of the values and teachings of the Christian tradition.

The position has a wide range of detailed responsibilities and required outcomes. For a full position description please visit our website.

Strathcona Girls Grammar School is an organisation committed to Child Protection and to the implementation of Childsafe policies and practices.

Applications close 26 September 2021

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The College is seeking a confident and experienced teacher to join our Visual Arts department. The position is a full-time permanent role from Term 1, 2022.

You will:

• Have recent experience teaching Visual Arts in Stage 4, 5 and 6

• Be a positive and collaborative contributor to a successful department committed to improving educational outcomes

• Be confident in differentiating the curriculum in the classroom

• Have a strong understanding of the application of technology to enhance learning

• Be a reflective professional engaged in ongoing development and research in relation to your practice

• Be committed to supporting student wellbeing.

Applications close 27 September 2021

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The College is seeking a confident and experienced teacher to join our Visual Arts department. The position is a full-time permanent role from Term 1, 2022.

You will:

• Have recent experience teaching Visual Arts in Stage 4, 5 and 6

• Be a positive and collaborative contributor to a successful department committed to improving educational outcomes

• Be confident in differentiating the curriculum in the classroom • Have a strong understanding of the application of technology to enhance learning

• Be a reflective professional engaged in ongoing development and research in relation to your practice

• Be committed to supporting student wellbeing.

Applications close 27 September 2021

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Shelford Girls’ Grammar seeks applications for the following fixed term, part time teaching roles for Semester 1, 2022.

Teacher of PE

Part time, leave replacement role

FTE of 0.55

Semester 1, 2022

Shelford Girls’ Grammar seeks a passionate and dynamic Teacher of PE for a fixed term leave replacement position in Semester 1, 2022. Reporting into the Head of Health, PE and Physical Wellbeing, the role will teach PE across the Junior School and Senior School. Experienced or graduate teachers are encouraged to apply.

The successful applicant will possess:

Appropriate teaching qualifications and registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).

A sound understanding of, and a passion for teaching the Australian PE curriculum.

Strong organisational and time management skills.

Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.

An ability to work autonomously and as a member of a team.

An ability to encourage a high-level of learning in students through catering to individual needs.

Ability to use technology in the classroom environment.

Personal resilience with an ability to manage multiple demands.

Further information is available in the position description on the School’s website.

Teacher of Art

Part time, leave replacement role

FTE of 0.40 (approximate)

Semester 1, 2022

Shelford Girls’ Grammar seeks a creative and skilled Teacher of Art for a fixed term leave replacement position in Semester 1, 2022. Reporting into the Head of Art, the role will teach Art subjects across the Junior School and Senior School. Experienced or graduate teachers are encouraged to apply.

The successful applicant will possess:

Appropriate teaching qualifications and registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).

A sound understanding of, and a passion for teaching the Australian Art curriculum.

Strong organisational and time management skills.

Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.

An ability to work autonomously and as a member of a team.

An ability to encourage a high-level of learning in students through catering to individual needs.

Ability to use technology in the classroom environment.

Personal resilience with an ability to manage multiple demands.

Further information is available in the position description on the School’s website.

How to apply

If you would like to apply for either position, please submit your application via the Employment Application Form on the School’s website. Only applications using the School’s online application form will be accepted. No agencies please.

Your application must include:

A covering letter addressed to the Principal, Ms Katrina Brennan;

A resume; and

Provision of at least 2 referees on the Employment Application Form.

Applications will close on Monday 27 September 2021 at 4:30pm, however early applications are encouraged as interviews may commence prior to the closing date.

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•Leadership Opportunity

•Ongoing Position

•Commencing Term 1, 2022

An exciting opportunity exists for a talented educator to join Shelford Girls’ Grammar in 2022. Reporting to the Deputy Principal – Student Wellbeing and Development, the Head of Junior School – Student Wellbeing and Development (Prep – 6) will be a member of the School Executive Team and have an integral role in leading and enhancing all aspects of P-6 student wellbeing and development. The role will work closely with the Deputy Principal – Student Wellbeing and Development to support the provision of a unique wellbeing framework.

With the Deputy Principal – Student Wellbeing and Development, the role will be responsible for the review, development, implementation and oversight of exceptional and bespoke Prep to Year 6 wellbeing programs, structures, policies and procedures. The position provides an opportunity for an experienced educator to develop and lead an effective and innovative approach to wellbeing that is responsive to the needs of the Shelford students in Junior School. The Head of Junior School – Student Wellbeing and Development (Prep – 6)will also have a teaching load of up to 0.5.

The successful applicant will possess:

• Relevant teaching qualifications and registration with Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).

• Postgraduate qualifications in student wellbeing and/or coaching, positive psychology or related discipline.

• Experience in a school leadership position, including developing, coaching and leading multidisciplinary teams and in student wellbeing.

• Experience in developing staff capacity through identifying the necessary professional learning needs.

• Successful experience in leading change management processes with a proven ability to influence and sustain positive growth in peers and multidisciplinary teams.

• A sound understanding of the science of learning, contemporary research and best-known practice in the development and application of pastoral and welfare management practices that enhance the overall wellbeing of students across Prep to Year 6.

• Demonstrated capacity or experience in the development, implementation and review of effectiveness of innovative student leadership programs across Prep to Year 6.

• Demonstrated outstanding classroom teaching skills including contemporary knowledge of curriculum, pedagogy, learning resources, teaching methods and assessment.

• Demonstrated experience in supporting Service Learning programs.

• Highly competent in the use of software applications and analysis of data to monitor student trends and identify potential issues in relation to student welfare.

• A demonstrated professional commitment to achieving excellence in student wellbeing and leadership including a willingness and capacity to present at external conferences/networks and a capacity to write on student wellbeing matters for a range of audiences.

• Knowledge of and the ability to develop, apply and review policies and practices relating to management of pastoral care, development of behaviour and welfare that are consistent with the philosophies of the School regarding student wellbeing behaviour (including but not limited to the principles of restorative practice).

• Outstanding interpersonal, communication and facilitation skills, including the ability to liaise and provide advice regarding student wellbeing at the Prep – Year 6 levels and to parents, guardians and wellbeing providers.

This is a permanent, ongoing position, commencing in Term 1, 2022. Further information is available in the position description on the School’s website.

How to apply

If you would like to apply for this position, please submit your application via the Employment Application Form on the School’s website. Only applications using the School’s online application form will be accepted. No agencies please.

Your application must include:

• A covering letter addressed to the Principal, Ms Katrina Brennan;

• A resume; and

• Provision of at least 2 referees on the Employment Application Form.

Applications will close on Monday 27 September 2021 at 4:30pm.

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DART Teacher – Visual Arts
Full Time Ongoing
Start date: Term 1 2022
Closing date: 29 September 2021

MLC School is looking for an experienced, engaging and passionate DART (Visual Arts) Teacher who will educate and inspire young women to be fearless thinkers with moral courage and compassion to be agents of change in their own lives and in the lives of others.

About MLC School
Founded in 1886, MLC School is an independent, nonselective Uniting Church school for girls from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 in Sydney’s inner-west. Our tagline ‘dare to be more’ is not only our goal for our students, it applies equally to our staff.
Our highly professional staff, under the guidance of Principal Ms Lisa Moloney, challenge girls and encourage them to question traditional perceptions and roles of women.
The MLC School girl is at the heart of everything we do.

Who is the MLC School girl?
The MLC School girl is empowered with skills and capabilities that enable her to be adaptive, compassionate and courageous so she can confidently take her place in an ever-changing society. She embraces new challenges and opportunities; and strives for excellence. She is cared for and well supported so that she can confidently focus on her own individual, personal and academic growth. A wide selection of subject choices, as well as an extensive co-curricular program, aims to empower girls to be self-reliant and play an active role in their futures.

About the position
MLC School Teachers are responsible for designing and delivering innovative teaching programs aligned to the MLC School Learning and Teaching Framework, policies and practices of MLC School. This position works in collaboration within the DART (Design Art and Technology) Department to facilitate learning within a collaborative environment to cultivate in students learning dispositions of curiosity, collaboration, open-mindedness, accountability, empathy and self-awareness.

Selection Criteria:
You will be able to demonstrate your ability and commitment to:
• planning, implementing and evaluating educational programs that foster the social, emotional, cognitive and physical growth of students, confirming that the programs cater for the learning needs and wellbeing of all students;
• planning, designing and delivering differentiated learning programs that address variations in learning styles and ability levels in collaboration with colleagues;
• incorporating the appropriate use of ICT and related technologies into your teaching practice to enhance student learning in the classroom;
• teaching secondary Visual Arts classes including HSC and supporting the MLC School girl to achieve outstanding results;
• delivering service excellence to parents and carers by proactively engaging with and responding promptly and courteously to enquiries and requests for information;
• ongoing development of classroom practice and a collaborative approach to teaching and learning
• contributing to the ‘whole girl’ learning experience through your contribution to co-curricular programs; and
• ongoing personal and professional development
• Ability to, or an interest in teaching the IB Diploma Programme is desirable.
Early career teachers are encouraged to apply.

The successful candidate will be rewarded with a number of excellent benefits including:
• Dedicated focus on professional growth and development
• CPR and First Aid Certification
• State of the art facilities and collegiate environment
• Employee Assistance Program available to you and your immediate family
• Salary packaging and access to LSL after 5 years’ service
• Discounted School fees
• Onsite parking, easy access to public transport and Westfield Shopping Centre
• Access to the School’s gym and indoor Aquatic Centre

How to apply:
All applications are to be submitted via MLC School’s online Careers Portal and include:
• a cover letter addressing the vacancy being applied for;
• a resume;
• a copy of your academic transcript; and
• the names and contact details of three confidential referees.

You must upload your application in a single PDF document.

Applications close on 29 September 2021.

Please note the advertising closing date is indicative only and MLC School reserves the right to close the advertisement before this date is reached. Therefore, you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible.
We do not welcome interest from recruitment agencies at this time.

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Kilbreda College is a Kildare Education Ministries Catholic School for Girls in the Brigidine Tradition located in the bayside suburb of Mentone, Melbourne.

Kilbreda College has a strong performing arts program and music is part of our curriculum from Year 7 to Year 12. Applications are invited from highly skilled and passionate teachers of Year 7-12 Music for this 12 month fixed-term contract position commencing in January 2022. Leadership opportunities are also available at the College in 2022 with the potential for a fulltime, ongoing position. Please refer to our website for details.

Applications close 28 September 2021

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Kilbreda College is a Kildare Education Ministries Catholic School for Girls in the Brigidine Tradition located in the bayside suburb of Mentone, Melbourne.

Applications are invited from highly skilled and passionate teachers of Mathematics for this ongoing, fulltime position commencing January 2022.

The ability and desire to teach VCE Mathematical Methods and/or Specialist Mathematics Units 1-4 is desirable.

Applications close 28 September 2021

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Kilbreda College is a Kildare Education Ministries Catholic School for Girls in the Brigidine Tradition located in the bayside suburb of Mentone, Melbourne.

Applications are invited from highly skilled and passionate teachers of English for this ongoing, fulltime position commencing January 2022.

The ability and desire to teach VCE English Language and/or Literature Units 1-4 is desirable.

Applications close 28 September 2021 

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Applications are invited from highly skilled and passionate educational leaders for the role of Year Level Leader at Kilbreda College.

Year Level Leaders work in conjunction with the Leadership Team, Student Wellbeing Team, Homeroom teachers and families to encourage the learning and social development of students in their care. An integral part of the mission of Kilbreda is the care of each member of our community. The Year Level Leader will work as a member of a dedicated Student Wellbeing Team to support this mission.

Applications close 28 September 2021

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Applications are invited from highly skilled and passionate educational leaders for this significant role at Kilbreda College, Mentone, Victoria.

In consultation with the Assistant Principal: Learning and Teaching and other members of the Leadership Team, the Senior Pathways Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the range of senior pathways for students in Years 10, 11 and 12, including the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) and Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs.

Applications closed 28 September 2021

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Toorak College, recently awarded The Educator’s Employer of Choice for 2021 and located on the stunning Mornington Peninsula in Mount Eliza, is seeking a dynamic and energetic educator to join its vibrant Early Learning Centre in 2022.

Our Early Learning Program, inspired by Reggio Emilia philosophies, holds a very special place within our School community and is where our young people start their educational journey setting them up for a lifetime of learning. Recognising the innate curiosity and potential in every child, encouraging each child to be strong, capable and resilient as they seek to understand the world and their place in it, is at the heart of everything we do here at Toorak College.

Under the guidance of Melissa Schoorman, Head of Wardle House, Deputy Principal, and Patricia Barbieri, Director of Early Learning, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to challenge the status quo, question and assess their teaching and master their craft. During the pandemic, our Early Learning Centre has continued to thrive despite the periods of remote, online delivery of programs. This is no mean feat for our fantastic staff who work together to realise successful student outcomes no matter what the constantly evolving situation of COVID throws their way.

Excitingly on offer is an ongoing 3 day per week role working initially in our 3 year old Kindergarten Program. The role is available for commencement in Term 1, 2022.

The successful candidate will possess:

● A relentless commitment to excellence in education and a proven capacity for innovative, flexible and research-based teaching practice;

● An individualised learning approach and ability to demonstrate expertise in teaching preschool students to help them reach their full potential as a learner and an individual in readiness for school;

● Demonstrated skills with successful teaching outcomes; and

● Demonstrated growth mindset and a desire to continually improve teaching practice.

Written applications should be directed to Kristy Kendall, Principal, and include a covering letter and the name and contact details of two confidential referees.

Applications close: 9.00am Tuesday, 28 September 2021

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Full Time Ongoing
Start date: Term 1 2022
Closing date: 29 September 2021

MLC School is looking for an experienced and passionate Head of Department – Science who will educate and inspire young women to be fearless thinkers with moral courage and compassion to be agents of change in their own lives and in the lives of others. Experience teaching Chemistry, Biology and/or Physics at senior level is desirable.

About MLC School
Founded in 1886, MLC School is an independent, nonselective Uniting Church school for girls from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 in Sydney’s inner-west. Our tagline ‘dare to be more’ is not only our goal for our students, it applies equally to our staff.
Our highly professional staff, under the guidance of Principal Ms Lisa Moloney, challenge girls and encourage them to question traditional perceptions and roles of women.
The MLC School girl is at the heart of everything we do.

Who is the MLC School girl?
The MLC School girl is empowered with skills and capabilities that enable her to be adaptive, compassionate and courageous so she can confidently take her place in an ever-changing society. She embraces new challenges and opportunities; and strives for excellence. She is cared for and well supported so that she can confidently focus on her own individual, personal and academic growth. A wide selection of subject choices, as well as an extensive co-curricular program, aims to empower girls to be self-reliant and play an active role in their futures.

About the position
The position is responsible for leading and coordinating the development and delivery of innovative teaching programs aligned to the strategic goals and priorities of the School. This includes tracking of individual student progress and mentoring of staff to achieve academic excellence within their discipline.

As a pedagogical leader at MLC School, the Head of Department – Science motivates, encourages and inspires the development of a strong, effective and innovative teaching team that operates ethically, with a clear focus on providing opportunities for every girl to reach her full potential. They support the members of their department in the development of professional leaning plans that are aligned to the strategic goals and priorities of the School. Building the capacity of the members of their team to meet these is a key function of this role.

The Science Department is equipped with new purpose-built state of the art facilities which cater for an inquiry-based approach to learning. Our girls explore Science through hands on learning supported by a team of Laboratory staff and exceptional resources. A range of data loggers are used from Year 7 and students have access to sophisticated instruments such as spectrophotometers, incubators and electrophoresis equipment. Our students are able to engage in authentic investigations throughout Stage 4, 5 and 6.

In this context, the Head of Department – Science is responsible for building a culture within which the wellbeing, academic progress and spiritual development of each girl go hand in hand. They are a key contributor to leading learning within the academic team and promoting the importance of educating the ‘whole’ girl and promote the importance of partnering with parents.

Selection Criteria:
You will be able to demonstrate your ability and commitment to:
• leading and supervising the development and implementation of the Department’s teaching programs, confirming that they cater for the learning needs and wellbeing of all students. The Head of Department – Science holds accountability for ensuring that teaching programs delivered by the Department comply with NESA, IB and the Schools reporting requirements in the Science discipline
• as a content area specialist, imparting expert knowledge, skills and advice in the relevant subject/s and course/s allocated in the annual timetable. In fulfilling this obligation, developing professional expertise in accordance with the requirements of the negotiated Professional Development Plan developed annually in consultation with the position supervisor.
• engaging collaboratively with other leaders of the Learning and Teaching team, teachers and other learning specialists across the school to inform the development and implementation of teaching strategies that cater for individual learning styles and ability levels.
• planning, implementing and evaluating educational programs that foster the social, emotional, cognitive and physical growth of students, confirming that the programs cater for the learning needs and wellbeing of all students;
• delivering service excellence to parents and carers by proactively engaging with and responding promptly and courteously to enquiries and requests for information;
• ongoing development of classroom practice and a collaborative approach to teaching and learning
• contributing to the ‘whole girl’ learning experience through your contribution to co-curricular programs; and
• ongoing personal and professional development
Ability to, or an interest in teaching the IB Diploma Programme is essential.

The successful candidate will be rewarded with a number of excellent benefits including:
• Dedicated focus on professional growth and development
• CPR and First Aid Certification
• State of the art facilities and collegiate environment
• Employee Assistance Program available to you and your immediate family
• Salary packaging and access to LSL after 5 years’ service
• Discounted School fees
• Onsite parking, easy access to public transport and Westfield Shopping Centre
• Access to the School’s gym and indoor Aquatic Centre

How to apply:
All applications are to be submitted via MLC School’s online Careers Portal and include:
• a cover letter addressing the vacancy being applied for;
• a resume;
• a copy of your academic transcript; and
• the names and contact details of three confidential referees.

You must upload your application in a single PDF document.

Applications close on 29 September 2021.

Please note the advertising closing date is indicative only and MLC School reserves the right to close the advertisement before this date is reached. Therefore, you are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible. We do not welcome interest from recruitment agencies at this time.

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Toorak College, recently awarded The Educator’s Employer of Choice 2021 and located on the stunning Mornington Peninsula, has an exciting opportunity for a primary trained professional to take their place in our very special junior school community.

Melissa Schoorman, our Head of Wardle House, Deputy Principal, leads a team of teaching professionals where, just as our students are encouraged to learn, grow and take risks in their learning, so too are our teachers and staff. The result is an atmosphere of empowerment and comfort in the knowledge that we are making a difference in the lives of our young students every single day.

“During remote learning, our program centred on the growth and development of all of our students. The rigour within the timetable enabled our students to connect and collaborate with their teachers and peers whilst maintaining their stamina and achievement in all subjects. Our intention remained unwavering; to ensure that all students are given an equal opportunity to succeed and be inspired by school life.” Melissa Schoorman

The successful candidate will possess a genuine passion for education and the expertise to plan, implement successful educational programs and critically assess their own practice to pursue the best possible outcomes for every child. Specifically, they will possess:

– A relentless commitment to excellence in education and a proven capacity for innovative, flexible and research-based teaching practice;
– An understanding of inquiry-based learning (PYP International Baccalaureate);
– An ability to teach from Prep through to Year 6; and
– An individualised learning approach and ability to demonstrate expertise in the teaching of primary aged students to help them reach their full potential as a learner and an individual.

Excitingly, this role is offered on a permanent, full time basis to commence Term 1, 2022.

Written applications should be directed to Kristy Kendall, Principal, and include a covering letter and the name and contact details of two confidential referees.

Applications close: 9.00am Thursday, 30 September 2021

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Santa Sabina College is seeking dynamic professionals with an ability to inspire students through engaging and challenging teaching. Knowledge of the Australian and NSW Curriculums as well as the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme would be highly regarded. There is an expectation that all teachers actively participate and contribute to the broader life of the College, including student wellbeing, co-curricular activities and outdoor education experiences.

The following permanent full-time teaching positions are available on our Secondary Campus (Years 7-12) commencing 21 January 2022:

·PDHPE

·Music

The successful candidates will:

·support and commit to the Catholic Dominican Mission of the College

·be an experienced and qualified teacher of PDHPE/Music

· demonstrate knowledge of recent developments in the specialised teaching area, NESA syllabi, assessment and reporting requirements

· demonstrate an understanding of innovative, contemporary education practices that are student-centred, technology-rich and differentiated

· possess outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team, including effective co-planning and co-teaching skills

· hold current teacher accreditation with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) or be eligible for registration.

The ability to teach across other key learning areas, including the IBDP would be advantageous.

How to apply:

·download and complete a teacher employment application form from the College website: https://www.ssc.nsw.edu.au/about-santa-sabina/employment/.

·submit the employment application form along with a current curriculum vitae and a letter of application addressed to the College Principal, Ms Paulina Skerman via email to [email protected]

·you must provide the contact details for three referees.

·for further information please contact the People, Culture and Professional Learning Team on (02) 9745 7037.

Applications close: 4pm Friday 1 October 2021.

The College is committed to the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations. The successful applicant will be required to have a current Working with Children Check and be committed to our Child Protection Policy.

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Toorak College located on the stunning Mornington Peninsula is seeking a dynamic and passionate German Teacher. This opportunity presents the right candidate to join a thriving school community where we challenge the status quo, think differently and always have the best possible outcomes for our students at the forefront of our decision making.

Recently awarded The Educator’s Employer of Choice 2021, at Toorak College we strive to offer the widest variety of subject choices within a smaller school setting that is underpinned by flexible and agile teaching practice.

Specifically, we are seeking a German Teacher with a genuine passion for language and the recognition of its importance in not only education but in life beyond school. The role is a 12 month fixed term, part time (approximate FTE of 0.6) position commencing at the beginning of the 2022 school year and concluding on 8 December 2022. The successful candidate will have the ability to teach VCE German and the diversity to take classes in Years 10 & 11.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:

● A relentless commitment to excellence in education;

● A proven capacity for innovative, flexible and research-based teaching practice;

● An individualised learning approach and ability to demonstrate expertise in their chosen fields; and

● The desire to work collaboratively within a high performing team setting.

Written applications should be directed to Mrs Kristy Kendall, Principal, and include a covering letter and the name and contact details of two confidential referees.

Applications close 9.00am Thursday, 30 September 2021

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The following temporary full time teaching positions are available on our Secondary Campus (Years 7-12) commencing 21 January 2022, with the possibility of permanency in 2023:

– Japanese teacher with the ability to teach any other subject (Parental leave)

– Business Studies, Commerce, Geography

The successful candidates will:

• support and commit to the Catholic Dominican Mission of the College

• be an experienced and qualified teacher of Japanese/Business Studies and Geography

• demonstrate knowledge of recent developments in the specialised teaching area, NESA syllabi, assessment and reporting requirements

• demonstrate an understanding of innovative, contemporary education practices that are student-centred, technology-rich and differentiated

• possess outstanding interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team, including effective co-planning and co-teaching skills

hold current teacher accreditation with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) or be eligible for registration.

The ability to teach across other key learning areas, including the IBDP would be advantageous.

Applications close 4pm Friday 1 October 2021

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The College is looking for a Psychologist to join our team on a part time basis (0.2 FTE), commencing January 2022. The College Psychologist provides short-term counselling services to support the social, emotional and educational development of students.

For further information regarding this position is available on the College website, seek or teachers on net.

Applications close 1 October 2021

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Tara is seeking outstanding and enthusiastic teachers with a vision for excellence and innovation in education, and with the qualifications and capacity to work collaboratively with others, as well as show initiative with lessons and programs. The successful applicants will be self motivated, well organised and willing to enthusiastically support the School’s Christian mission and be involved in the wider life of the School.

These positions are full time temporary 12 months.

Applications close 6 October 2021

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Tara is seeking an outstanding and enthusiastic classroom teacher with a vision for excellence and innovation in education, with the capacity to work collaboratively with others, and with demonstrated experience in inquiry pedagogy in programming and teaching. This role will include a leadership responsibility as a Specialist Teacher, leading the provision of opportunities and talent development, and differentiated teaching and learning practices within and beyond the mainstream class for students of high potential and/or high performance.

This position is permanent, full time to commence Term 1, 2022.

Applications close 6 October 2021

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Loreto College Coorparoo invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced leaders in the role of Director of Academics. As a member of the College Leadership Team, this role incorporates shared responsibility for the College’s vision to be the leading school in the education and empowerment of young women.

Friday 8 October 2021

 

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Korowa is seeking a dynamic, experienced, collaborative and innovative VCE Psychology teacher to join us in 2022.

The successful applicant will demonstrate:

• A sound knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and experience in a Psychology (VCE) context

• A passion, enthusiasm and commitment to excellence in learning for all students

• A willingness to care for and connect with students, parents and staff

• Excellent communication

• Proficiency in the use of digital technologies to enhance student learning

• Willingness to work collaboratively

• Ability to meet deadlines

• Reflect the School’s Values; Courage, Respect, Integrity and Service

• Current registration with VIT

• Right to live and work in Australia

• Psychology teamed with English or Science methods desirable

Korowa Anglican Girls’ School is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.

Applications close 14 October 2021

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Mathematics Teacher

• Full-time, ongoing position

• Commencing 27 January 2022

• Fantastic opportunity

Korowa is seeking a dynamic, experienced, collaborative and innovative Mathematics teacher to join us in 2022.

The successful applicant will demonstrate:

• A sound knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and experience in a mathematics context

• A passion, enthusiasm and commitment to excellence in learning for all students

• A willingness to care for and connect with students, parents and staff

• Excellent communication

• Proficiency in the use of digital technologies to enhance student learning

• Willingness to work collaboratively

• Ability to meet deadlines

• Reflect the School’s Values; Courage, Respect, Integrity and Service

• Current registration with VIT

• Right to live and work in Australia

All applications should be addressed to the Principal and will be processed as they are received.

Please note: Only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted with regards to the progress of their application.

Korowa Anglican Girls’ School is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.

Applications close 17 October 2021

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Key Roles/Duties/Responsibilities

● Deliver content to individual students and/or small groups as is appropriate for the development of the students’ musical skills

● Be punctual and reliable to ensure that students are fully supervised at all times

● Look for ways to expand student skills and to promote the music program in the School

● Participate in special events when SOM or IP students have the opportunity to perform

● Encourage students to undertake external opportunities (for example, exams or performance activities) where

possible

● Assist students with preparing for external exams or performances, if applicable, within lesson times.

● Liaise with parents as needed to ensure student needs are met.

● Complete fortnightly timesheets for hours worked to enable payroll processing

● Liaise with the Acting Director of Co-Curricular Music (P-12) regarding any issues with the running of the

programs, being proactive if any concerns might come up.

● Ensure that student instruments are functional and advise Acting

● Director of Co-Curricular Music (P-12) if any issues are identified

● At the end of each year review student instruments for any necessary repairs and advise Acting Director of

Co-Curricular Music (P-12)

● Communicate clearly with students and use the music diary so students and parents understand the ongoing

commitment required to develop students’ skills

● Attend periodic meetings with the SOM and IP staff as required to ensure consistency across all programs and

so improve the teaching programs delivered.

● Support a culture that values music and promote programs across the School

● Other tasks as may be required from time to time to ensure the smooth running of the School

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Head of Humanities

• Full-time, ongoing position

• Commencing 27 January 2022

• Fantastic opportunity

Korowa is seeking a dynamic, experienced, collaborative and innovative teacher to lead our Humanities department.

The successful applicant will demonstrate:

• A sound knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and experience in a Humanities context

• A passion, enthusiasm and commitment to excellence in learning for all students

• An ability to provide engaging, challenging and purposeful learning experiences that nurtures the foundations for a life-long love of learning

• A commitment to providing contemporary, relevant curriculum of the highest standard

• An ability to deliver teaching strategies that cater for a varying range of abilities, and that evolves to meet the changing needs to students

• A willingness to care for and connect with students, parents and staff

• Excellent communication

• Proficiency in the use of digital technologies to enhance student learning

• Ability to lead and engage a team

• Willingness to work collaboratively

• Ability to meet deadlines

Requirements

• Reflect the School’s Values; Courage, Respect, Integrity and Service

• Current registration with VIT

• Right to live and work in Australia

All applications should be addressed to the Principal.

Applications will be processed as they are received.

Please note: Only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted with regards to the progress of their application.

Korowa Anglican Girls’ School is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.

Applications close 14 October

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The Sports Administrator role is a wonderful opportunity to be part of a sports program that encourages students’ personal best and participation in a range of activities. Working closely with the Director of Sport, this person will interact with parents, students and all levels of staff, ELC – Year 12.

The successful applicant will demonstrate:

• A friendly and welcoming demeanour

• A passion, enthusiasm and commitment to excellence

• A willingness to care for and connect with students, parents and staff

• Proficiency in the use of technology

• Willingness to work collaboratively

• Excellent communication

• Professionalism and initiative

• Sound work ethic

• Current registration with WWCC

• Right to live and work in Australia

Applications should be addressed to the Principal and will be processed as they are received.

Please note: Only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted with regards to the progress of their application

Korowa Anglican Girls’ School is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the School’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Applicants will be required to undergo police and background checks in accordance with this policy.

Applications close 16 October 2021

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Full-time, Remote Opportunity

The National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) seeks energetic, collaborative, and strategic candidates for its Director of Communications position. This is a full-time position with competitive salary, commensurate with experience, and comprehensive benefit program. The Director of Communications plays the key advocacy role in designing and implementing communications and marketing plans that promote NCGS strategic priorities, programs, and initiatives to advance girls’ schools. Focus areas include both constituent communications (newsletter, digital and print correspondence, program collaterals, etc.) and public relations (website, social media, blog, publications, videos, press, etc.).

The Director of Communications reports directly to the Executive Director and works closely with all five members of the talented NCGS team as well as third-party vendors, media contacts, and program interns. Since 2013, each member of the NCGS team has worked remotely from home-based or satellite offices and interfaces daily with one another and NCGS member schools using mobile office technology. As a remote position, candidates are welcome to apply regardless of geographic location. Travel to outreach programs, team retreats, conferences, and member school visits is needed, totaling approximately 20 days each year, when health restrictions permit.

Applications are requested by Wednesday, October 20, 2021. Screening of applications will commence on a rolling basis as applications are received.

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