Science Co-ordinator 7-12

Science Co-ordinator 7-12

Loreto Kirribilli

 

Science Co-ordinator 7-12

To commence Term 1, 2014

 

Due to the retirement of Mr Paul Houseman after 25 years of dedicated service as Science Co-ordinator, we require an experienced, enthusiastic teacher with strong interpersonal and leadership skills to assume this important role.

 

The Science Co-ordinator oversees the work of six faculty members and is responsible for the administration and management of the mandatory Science courses as well as elective Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

 

The successful applicant will have a demonstrated ability to foster positive collegial relationships and be able to model and implement contemporary & visionary classroom practices that contribute to excellent teaching and learning.  Expert knowledge of BOS syllabi as well as national curriculum and its implications are critical.

 

Membership of relevant professional organizations, knowledge of contemporary trends in the teaching of Science, a commitment to academic excellence and an understanding of how girls learn is essential.

 

Expertise in teaching Physics and/or Chemistry will be particularly valued although this is not a prerequisite for the position.

 

The role description follows below and further information can be obtained by telephoning 02 9957 4722 or emailing applications@loreto.nsw.edu.au

 

Written applications with full CV, including transcripts of qualifications, and the names and telephone numbers of three references should be sent to:

 

The Principal
Loreto Kirribilli
85 Carabella Street
Kirribilli  NSW  2061

Email:   applications@loreto.nsw.edu.au

Fax:   02 9955 6954

 

 

Closing date:   Tuesday 6th  August 2013

 

The preferred applicant will be subject to employment screening as required by child protection legislation.

 

Please mention “TES AUSTRALIA” When Applying for this role.

 

 

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