Primary Learning Technologies Mentor (0.2 allocation)

Primary Learning Technologies Mentor (0.2 allocation)

 

Lake Joondalup Baptist College in Joondalup

 

K-6

 

College introduction

 

Lake Joondalup Baptist College is a flourishing Kindergarten to Year 12 Christian College which opened in 1990 and which has a reputation as a provider of educational excellence. The College has an open enrolment policy of approximately 1350 students, of whom more than 870 are Secondary students and more than 480 are Primary children. Year 7 students are part of LJBC’s Secondary School.

 

College aims

 

The College aims to provide a Christian education of excellence, encouraging a strong social conscience within a Christian framework, and endeavours to develop the spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and physical potential of all students.

 

College motto

 

Seek Wisdom Act Justly Love Mercy

 

College Leadership

 

The College has entered a new and exciting time of development and as part of the strategic planning for ongoing College improvement, a new position has been created for the Primary School. The College seeks to appoint a Primary Learning Technologies Mentor who will be responsible for the management of processes involved in the implementation of Learning Technologies in the Primary school K-6. The Primary Learning Technologies Mentor will be a member of the College Leadership Team and will be under the line management of the Dean of Studies K-12/College Deputy Principal. The time allocation for this position will be 0.2FTE for the Mentor role, with an optional 0.8FTE teaching load to constitute a full time appointment. The position is intended to commence Term 1, 2014.

 

The demonstrated ability of applicants to work collegially and collaboratively in a team, be strategic, well organised, demonstrate understanding of leadership skills and processes and possess the ability to work independently and exercise strong leadership, are qualities that will be sought in the appointment of the new Primary Learning Technologies Mentor.

 

Applicants must be mature, practising Christians, able to provide spiritual leadership to staff and students and be prepared to contribute actively to the Christian witness of the College. A current reference from the applicant’s pastor or minister is desirable and should accompany the application. The successful applicant will be able to provide the highest quality educational leadership for learning technologies to the K-6 Primary School. The ability to manage people and situations well is also required. Copies of the applicant’s academic record, together with details of experience and professional development undertaken should be included in the application.

 

Lake Joondalup Baptist College

Kennedya Drive, Joondalup

Western Australia 6027

Joondalup

WA

Australia

HR@ljbc.wa.edu.au   

 

Closing Date: 11/11/2013

 

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