Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced candidates for this position.
A Studies Coordinator has specific responsibility for the management of a Key Learning Area or combination of subjects as specified by the position. The coordinator is a member of the school's management team, which comprises the Principal, Assistant Principal(s) and other Coordinators. As a member of the management team the coordinator will offer assistance and support in:
- the day to day operation of the School;
- promotion of the Catholic ethos of the School;
- the initiation of and contribution to quality teaching and learning programs;
- the promotion of an effective pastoral care program;
- the implementation of the School's policies and procedures;
- the promotion of the hospitality, accessibility and visibility of the management team.
A Studies Coordinator must be able to demonstrate:
- must be able to fulfill the requirements of the Accreditation to Work,Teach and Lead (formerly FEA).
- An understanding of and a clear commitment to the philosophy and objectives of Catholic education, as expressed in a variety of Church documents, and as related to specific curriculum areas.
- A capacity to effectively integrate Catholic ethos into faculty policies and programme.
- A thorough knowledge of, a capacity, and a willingness, to manage the implementation of relevant syllabus and syllabi.
- A capacity and willingness to actively supervise, resource, and support staff to ensure effective classroom teaching.
- A capacity to fulfil the requirements of a middle management position within a secondary school.
- A capacity to initiate, and a willingness to develop, an ongoing programme of assessment and evaluation by which the effectiveness of the department in achieving its aims and objectives may be measured.
- A capacity and willingness to professionally develop self and relevant staff.
- A high level of proficiency as a classroom teacher.
- An ability to implement and monitor assessment and reporting programmes which incorporate a standards-referenced approach.
- A capacity to modify and monitor teaching programmes to cater for the learning needs of all students.
- An understanding of cross-curricular issues such as literacy and numeracy (and the incorporation of ICT skills into teaching programmes).
- Proficiency in the use of technology as a teaching and organisational tool.
- A capacity to support staff in relation to the management of students in the classroom in a particular subject area or areas.
- A capacity to effectively lead the Faculty in all aspects of operation.
- A capacity to interpret and effectively use data in leading the promotion of numeracy across the curriculum.
- be appropriately qualified as a four year trained teacher.
- record current NESA and Working With Children number on application.
- evidence of completion of Anaphylaxis training certificate must be supplied. (https://etraining.allergy.org.au/login/index.php)
- applicants will need to comply with the Accreditation to Work Teach and Lead (formerly FEA ) and will need to work towards Accreditation at Category C – Accreditation for Leadership.
- Experience in Timetable construction would be an advantage
How to Apply
For further information and instruction on how to apply, please visit the website - https://www.mn.catholic.edu.au/employment/positions-vacant/