Applied Learning Coordinator (POL 2); – Outer North Western Melbourne

Applied Learning Coordinator (POL 2); – Outer North Western Melbourne

Independent Secondary School in Melbourne



  • Full Time, on-going position
  • School in beautiful setting with plenty of parking
  • Energetic, proactive staff


The School:

Catholic co-educational secondary school (Year 7-12).Vibrant and welcoming environment. Holistic support for students and fostering a passion for life-long learning are key aspects of education here. The curriculum offers a challenging study of all Key Learning Areas in Years 7 to 9 and the opportunity for students to study a wide range of courses and pathways, including VCE, VET and VCAL, in Years 10 to 12.


The Role:

This school is seeking a passionate, exuberant and highly organised person to undertake the role of Applied Learning Coordinator. This person will be responsible for VCAL, all VET programmes and any other programmes specifically designed to engage students in purposeful learning such as ‘Hands On’ programs.


  • Coordinate all aspects of the VCAL programme
  • Promote and support a whole-school approach to the integration of VCAL
  • Coordinate the delivery of VET programmes across the whole school
  • Liaise with other staff members to build VCAL and VET programs
  • Develop learning materials and activities in conjunction with VCAL teachers
  • Ensure that the learning needs of all students involved in applied learning are being met


Skills and Experience:


  • Experience in teaching VCAL and VET
  • Previous leadership experience an advantage
  • Proven dedication and enthusiasm for vocational education
  • 2 recent referees who can comment on your recent teaching experience
  • Current VIT registration


To Apply

Send your CV to


School Details

Smart Teachers

Victoria Office
South Yarra VIC 3141

P: +613 9823 9333



Close Date: 7/10/13



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