Principal, St Monica's Primary, Richmond

St Monica’s Primary, Richmond

 

Principal - 2014 (K-6 co-ed 383 students)

 

Applications close: 28-06-2013 

 

The principal is responsible to the Executive Director of Schools for the leadership of a nominated Catholic school community. The principal exercises this responsibility by ensuring that the school delivers high quality contemporary learning and teaching for the community it serves which is embedded in the Catholic world view. It is a collaborative ministry of witness and service and part of the evangelising mission of the Church.

 

A strong commitment to the Catholic faith in practice and lifestyle, witness and modelling 

 

Free from any impediment to full acceptance by the Church in practice and lifestyle, witness and modelling.

 

A proven record of building Catholic culture. 

 

Capacity to challenge and lead a school community that gives witness to the Catholic faith and its teaching and is aligned with the system strategic intent

 

Four years professional qualification in education and relevant Master’s Degree.

 

An understanding of contemporary learning theory and practice, and demonstrated application of that knowledge in leading school improvement. 

 

Understanding and experience of an evidence based approach to school improvement

 

Demonstrated success in building high performing teams and effective relationships across the school community.

 

Demonstrated knowledge and use of web 2.0 tools as enablers for contemporary learning and teaching.

 

Capacity to engage and influence the educational agenda at a system, National and International level.

 

How to Apply

 

 

http://www.parra.catholic.edu.au/teachers—-staff/positions-vacant/position-details.aspx?positionId=5cf89359-32fa-4c0f-883d-7950aaf912ee&back=%2fteachers—-staff%2fpositions-vacant%2fpositions-vacant.aspx%3fStartIndex%3d10%26PageSize%3d10

 

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