This vacancy is no longer open.
Contract Type: Contract Position Full Time
Applications Close: 28 January 2022
We invite innovative educators to join our All Saints’ community to support our HSIE faculty working with 7-10 students on a full-time, temporary 12-month contract commencing immediately or by negotiation. New graduates are encouraged to apply.
<p><b><i>Sydney Catholic Schools is committed to ensuring the safety of our staff, students and school communities. In line with the Public Health (COVID-19 Vaccination of Education Care Workers) Order 2021, all of our staff are required to provide Vaccination Evidence that is compliant with the Order as a condition of employment. Compliance with the Order and providing the evidence is an essential requirement of employment with Sydney Catholic Schools.</i></b></p><p><br /></p><p><b>About Sydney Catholic Schools</b></p><p>In 200 years of delivering excellence in education, Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) has grown alongside the city’s dynamic, ever-changing and multicultural landscape. With over 150 schools, more than 71,000 students and around 10,000 staff, we are a thriving community of communities.</p><p>Our mission is to know and love Christ through learning, and our vision is to foster thriving Catholic communities through excellent teaching and learning. At the heart of all we do are our core values of empathy, curiosity, excellence, collaboration and truth.</p><p><br /></p><p><b>About Our School</b></p><p>All Saints Catholic College is an integral part of the SCS community. As a co-educational K-12 dual campus, our College has been formed by amalgamating the three All Saints’ schools across two sites, Liverpool and Casula, with an enrolment of 2100 students across the K-12 community.</p><p><br /></p><p><b>About You</b></p><p>We invite innovative educators to join our All Saints’ community to support our HSIE faculty on a full-time, temporary 12-month contract commencing as soon as possible. The preferred applicant will demonstrate the following criteria:</p><ul><li>a deep understanding and commitment to the mission and purpose of the Catholic school within the broader Catholic Church</li><li>a commitment to academic excellence and sound knowledge of contemporary approaches to pedagogy, including the nature of assessment and differentiated learning</li><li>Geography/History teacher training, background or experience.</li><li>commitment to a learning culture of shared responsibility for quality teaching and student learning growth, informed by data</li><li>an ability to lead learning and foster innovation and creativity in a collaborative environment </li><li>working knowledge and understanding of education appropriate for the stage/s for which this role is responsible</li><li>a comprehensive understanding of NESA requirements </li><li>highly developed interpersonal skills, demonstrating an ability to communicate with parents, students and staff effectively</li><li>the capacity to empower students to be independent and creative learners</li><li>a willingness to be involved in the extra-curricular life of the College</li></ul><p>The following General Capabilities apply to the role:<br /></p><ul><li>well-developed oral and written communication skills</li><li>ability to work collaboratively in a team environment</li><li>strong organisational skills</li><li>appropriate accreditation to teach Religious Education (where required by the role), aligned in accordance with ‘Accreditation to Work, Teach and Lead in Systemic Catholic Schools in the Sydney Diocese’ Policy or a commitment to gain such accreditation within the first contractual period</li><li>Current Working with Children Check (WWCC)</li><li>Sydney Catholic Schools’ employment number</li></ul><p>Applications can be addressed to Mr Daniel McInerney, Principal (c/-<b>email@example.com</b>), and should include a cover letter and resume, including three referees who may be contacted as part of the shortlisting process. At least two referees should be in a position to speak about your most current teaching practice.</p>