SCIENCE COORDINATOR - 2 POINT POSITION

Science Coordinator - 2 Point Position

Xavier College in Llandilo

 

Commencing: Term 1, 2014

Position status: Permanent/full-time

Application closing date: 11/10/2013

 

Description

Xavier College is a coeducational Catholic High School offering an educational experience modelled on the life of St Francis Xavier; an experience highlighted by caring, understanding, respect and personal achievement, firmly grounded in the Catholic Ethos.

 

The Teaching and Learning Coordinator is a 2 point position and is a member of the Teaching and Learning Team.

 

Criteria

The successful applicant must have a strong commitment to the Catholic ethos of the college.

 

The Coordinator must demonstrate an ability to improve academic achievement by leading enhanced pedagogical practices that embrace innovation, the use of technology in the classroom and 21st century skills.

 

This role will involve working collaboratively with experienced staff to pursue academic excellence for the students and provide opportunities for extra curricula activities. They will need to be familiar with the Understanding by Design pedagogy in programming for a Problem Based Learning environment within an Open Learning Space.

 

The successful applicant will have a passion for the professional development of themselves and the engagement of their staff in the enhancement of their own learning and that of their students. They will be an exemplary teacher who is able to integrate ICT practices, literacy and numeracy strategies into their teaching programs and assessment.

 

Further Information

Name: Patrick Finnerty

Phone: (02) 4777 0900

Email: pfinnerty@parra.catholic.edu.au

 

Send application to

The Principal

Xavier College

Po Box 98

Cranebrook NSW 2749

 

When applying for this position please mention “TES AUSTRALIA”

 

Closing Date: 11th October 2013

 

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