Acting Religious Education Coordinator

Acting Religious Education Coordinator

St Paul’s Catholic Parish Primary School in Moss Vale


St Paul’s Catholic Parish Primary School Kindergarten to Year 6 serving the Moss Vale Parish with an enrolment of 155 pupils.


A temporary full time maternity leave replacement position commencing 28 January 2014 until 19 December 2014.


The Religious Education Coordinator at St Paul’s Primary School, works closely in collaboration with the Moss Vale Parish team and catechists in Sacramental Preparation programs and liturgical events.


The role of Religious Education Coordinator in a Wollongong Catholic School requires a person to show evidence of:

  • being an active and committed Catholic
  • a deep understanding and commitment to the mission and purpose of a Catholic school within the broader evangelising mission of the Catholic Church
  • exemplary teaching and an ability to articulate a contemporary Catholic pedagogy
  • well developed interpersonal skills and collaborative leadership experience
  • currently holding a qualification in Religious Education (Certificate of RE or equivalent)
  • either holding (or having an immediate commitment to gain) a further postgraduate qualification in Religious Education/Theology/Catholic Leadership.


Applicants must submit an application and address the criteria in writing. Completed referee reports will be required as part of the application.


To receive an application package, contact Paula Vera by email: at the Catholic Education Office or on (02) 4253 0957. To discuss your application contact Carolyn Hadley, Head of Human Resource Services, on (02) 4253 0952.


Send applications to: Carolyn Hadley, Head of Human Resource Services, Catholic Education Office, LMB 8802, Wollongong NSW 2500.


For Employment Information Package and application forms, please go to:



Close Date: 11th October 2013


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