Philosophy & Ethics Teacher

Philosophy & Ethics Teacher

St Mark’s Anglican Community School in Hillarys


Full Time. Commencing January 2014



St Mark’s requires a suitably qualified and experienced Secondary Teacher who can teach Philosophy & Ethics in Years 10, 11 and 12. The initial appointment will be until the end of 2014. Ongoing employment will be dependent upon satisfactory performance and staffing requirements.


Key Selection Criteria

  • Personal educational philosophy and beliefs about best practice in teaching and learning.
  • Demonstrate a sound knowledge of current curriculum and WACE courses of study relevant to Philosophy & Ethics.
  • How technologies can be incorporated in effective teaching and learning. Eg. Computers, Interactive Whiteboards, Digital Cameras and Data Projectors.
  • The importance of Pastoral Care and its purposeful interpretation and implementation at the classroom level.
  • Establishing positive relationships with students, parents and colleagues.
  • Be able to demonstrate positive support for the School’s Christian ethos and values, as well as the extracurricular life of the School. Please refer to the School’s Values Statement on


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Applications in writing (covering letter and CV) should be addressed to:

The Principal

St Mark’s Anglican Community School

PO Box 231 HILLARYS WA 6923

Phone: (08) 9403 1302 Fax: (08) 9307 7577


Applications may also be submitted by email:


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St Mark’s Anglican Community School

St Mark’s Drive, Hillarys, 6025, Western Australia

Postal Address: PO Box 231, Hillarys, 6923, Western Australia

Telephone: (08) 9403 1300

Facsimile: (08) 9307 7577


Applications for this position close on Friday 23 September 2013 at 3.30pm



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