ENGLISH TEACHER - YEARS 7-12 - BRUCE

ENGLISH TEACHER - YEARS 7-12 - BRUCE

Radford College in Bruce

 

Full Time Temporary Position – Semester 1, 2014

 

Radford College is an Anglican co-educational school of 1616 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12, located in the suburb of Bruce ACT. The College is seeking an experienced and qualified teacher of English for a temporary full-time position for Semester 1, 2014, with the possibility of ongoing work.

 

A. Outline

This position requires an experienced, enthusiastic and talented English teacher to teach classes across Years 7 to 12. A passion for teaching the Middle Years (Years 7-8) would be an advantage as would an understanding of and experience in teaching Senior English (T).

 

English is a strong faculty in the College. There are five designated English classrooms with good IT and resource support with opportunities to integrate technologies into classroom practice.

 

All members of staff are required to undertake a co-curricular role – activities that occur outside the classroom. There is an honorarium paid for this role. All staff must also be supportive of the Christian ethos of the College.

 

Further details about this position can be obtained by contacting Ms Louise Wallace-Richards, Head of the English Department, email louise.wallacerichards@radford.act.edu.au or Ms Peggy Mahy, Deputy Principal, Head of Learning and Teaching, email peggy.mahy@radford.act.edu.au

For more information and how to apply please visit: http://www.radford.com.au/Employment/employment.html?site=aus

 

Applications close 11 October 2013, and be addressed to:

 

The Principal, Radford College

College Street, Bruce ACT 2617

email: staffing@radford.act.edu.au

 

Please mention “TES Australia” when applying for this role.

 

Radford College

College Street, Bruce ACT

Australia 2617

Tel +61 2 6162 6200

Fax +61 6162 6263

 

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