Deputy Principal

Deputy Principal

Ambrose Treacy College in Indooroopilly

 

The Executive Director, Edmund Rice Education Australia, invites applications from those qualified for appointment as Deputy Principal, Ambrose Treacy College, Indooroopilly, Qld (Starting Date: 2014 - Negotiable)

 

Ambrose Treacy College (currently known as St Joseph’s Nudgee Junior College) is proudly a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition.  Founded by the Christian Brothers in 1938, the College has a current enrolment of 465 boys from years 4 to 7 and has a long tradition of operating as a leading provider of primary boys’ education in the western corridor of Brisbane. From 2015, the College realises a new beginning as Ambrose Treacy College, a year 4 to 12 boys’ school that will build upon the foundation that Nudgee Junior College has established as an authentic Catholic school that lives out the charism of Edmund Rice in a contemporary context.

 

The successful applicant will be an experienced educator with a passion for learning and having relevant leadership experience to satisfy the selection criteria for this key senior position. It should be noted that the successful applicant will assume the responsibilities of Deputy Principal of Nudgee Junior College in January 2014 (negotiable) and commence as the foundation Deputy Principal of Ambrose Treacy College in January 2015.

 

Further information can be obtained from the Director of Regional Support, Jim King, on (07) 3737 6711 or by visiting the College website www.njc.qld.edu.au.

 

How to Apply

 

Applications can be emailed to the Executive Director at recruitment@erea.edu.au or posted to:

 

Recruitment

EREA National Office

PO Box 91

RICHMOND  VIC  3121

 

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Edmund Rice Education Australia

PO Box 91

RICHMOND VIC 3121

 

 

Applications Close: Oct 23, 2013, 16:00 PM

 

 

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