St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School is one of Queensland’s leading independent schools, fostering in students confidence, compassion, academic excellence and a life long love of learning. We look for all staff to be committed to and in harmony with the Anglican ethos of the school.
We are currently inviting applications from science teachers for the following middle leadership role to commence in January 2018;
Head of Faculty – Science and Technology - Subjects in the Science and Technology Faculty include: Junior Science (Years 7 – 10), Digital Technologies (Years 9 – 10), STEM (Year 9 and 10), Biology (Years 11 and 12), Chemistry (Years 11 and 12), Physics (Years 11 and 12), IPT (Years 11 and 12)
The Head of Faculty role provides leadership in three key areas:
- Management of the Faculty, its People and Resources
- Strategic Leadership in Curriculum and Pedagogy
- Quality of the Teaching and Learning program in the Faculty
The successful candidate will be an experienced teacher and either possess recent middle management experience or be actively working towards a role in leadership. Given the school’s focus on science in the faculty, the successful candidate will be qualified to teach science subjects to a senior level.
You will be an exceptional teacher and have the ability to motivate and guide teachers in the faculty to ensure they are able to maintain a high level of education. Your passion for teaching and the sciences will ensure you are constantly researching the latest changes to curriculum and resources hence ensuring the faculty remains progressive.
This role is to commence in January 2018 and will be offered initially on a 5 year contract.
Applications are to be addressed to the Principal and received by midday on Friday 22 September 2017.
St Margaret’s supports the rights of children and young people and is committed to the safety, welfare and well-being of students and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All candidates are required to undergo a screening process as part of the recruitment process and successful candidate must comply with School policies and relevant legislation relating to Student protection.