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Maths Teacher

St Augustine's College - SydneyNorthern Beaches, Sydney

About the College 

St Augustine's College - Sydney is a Catholic Congregational school for boys in Years 5 to 12, teaching the Augustinian values of Truth, Love and Community. The College has a strong academic tradition and commitment to pastoral care. 

The College is seeking a full-time Mathematics Teacher to join our team.  This is a contract position from the start of Term 2 until the end of the year. 

  • As a member of our Mathematics Faculty, your responsibilities will include:  
  • Supporting the Augustinian Catholic culture of the College
  • Providing an exemplary in-class experience for students
  • Working effectively with the Faculty Coordinator to implement the aims and practices of the faculty and College
  • Contributing to the College's academic, spiritual and co-curricular life.

To be successful in the role you will have:

  • Experience in teaching Mathematics curriculum in secondary school to Stage 6
  • An enthusiasm for delivering high quality lessons and developing a growth mindset in students
  • Required qualifications to teach in NSW schools
  • A commitment to the Catholic and St Augustine's educational values
  • A commitment to child safety
  • The ability to work collaboratively with peers and leadership
  • A commitment to ongoing personal professional development

Child Protection legislation applies and only applicants with full work rights in Australia will be considered.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE SUNDAY 4 APRIL HOWEVER WE WILL BE CONSIDERING CANDIDATES AS THEY APPLY SO ENCOURAGE EARLY APPLICATION. 

For further information regarding this position, please contact Camilla Smith via email recruitment@saintaug.nsw.edu.au

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