Head of Department - HSIE (full time, permanent from Term 1, 2021)

Monte Sant' Angelo Mercy College (see more jobs from this school)


Head of Faculty / Department

Teaching Subject: Ancient History , Business Studies , Economics , Geography , HSIE , History , Legal Studies , Modern History , Society and Culture

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time

Applications Close: 19 August 2020

An important leadership role as Head of Department of the HSIE curriculum team across a number of diverse subject areas at a leading independent Catholic girls school in North Sydney!

<p><b>Monte Sant&#39; Angelo Mercy College is an independent school for girls in years 7 - 12. Established in 1875 by the Sisters of Mercy, Monte has a proud tradition of commitment to the Catholic faith, academic achievement and cultural endeavour. Heritage buildings and landscaped grounds provide an attractive educational environment.</b></p><p>HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - HSIE</p><ul><li><b>Full time ongoing. </b></li><li><b>Commencing Term 1, 2021.</b></li></ul><p>Applications are invited for this key Head of Department role from teachers who can demonstrate an ability to lead a vibrant curriculum team across a number of diverse subject areas including History, Geography and Commerce. The successful applicant must also be capable of providing quality teaching and learning for all students in both the NESA and IB curriculums, and have a good understanding of current educational leadership practices.</p><p>As a school community, Monte places a strong emphasis on collegiality and professional development. Monte staff embrace and celebrate the Mercy values of respect for human dignity, compassion, justice, service to others, and commitment to the poor. All staff are dedicated to preparing our students for a life of success, significance and purpose and support the belief that education should be a rich interweaving of knowledge, skills and spirituality.</p><p>Monte provides a professional working environment that reflects and celebrates diversity.</p><p>Our teaching staff are dynamic educators who share a passion for learning and continuously seek to improve their practices through collaboration and ongoing professional development.</p><p>Successful applicants must be willing to support the Catholic ethos of the College. </p><p><b>Applications close 19 August 2020.</b></p><p><i>Child protection legislation requires preferred applicants to provide a current Working With Children Check number. </i></p>