St John Paul II College is a welcoming and inclusive learning community where diversity is embraced and learning outcomes are maximised for each individual. The College is a flagship college of best practice in education for the Catholic community of the region: a unique, innovative educational environment where every student can flourish.
We have an opportunity for a dynamic and committed Maths / Science Teacher to join our learning community. To be successful in this role, you will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills including the capacity to develop productive and caring relationships with students, parents and staff where the focus is on the learning and well-being of the student. Additionally, you will have the demonstrated capacity and willingness to develop students’ unique capabilities through participation in the broader life of the school. The ability to teach high-level Mathematics would be an advantage in applying for this role. Previous applicants will be considered and need not reapply.
Please note that this is full-time ongoing position commencing 28 January 2020.
Applications are invited from interested candidates able to demonstrate a commitment to the aims of Catholic Education.
This position involves working with children. The appointment of successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory employment screening for child related employment in accordance with CEO policy.
Applicants are required to submit a cover letter including a statement of suitability against the skills, attributes and experience as outlined in the position description.
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To apply: All applicants will be required to go through the e-recruitment system by clicking the 'apply now' button. This will take you through the application process.
Recruitment or application questions: Please contact the Recruitment team on 02 6180 8010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 11.55pm, Thursday 5 December 2019