Visual Arts Teacher (Secondary)

St Bede's Catholic College - Chisholm

CHISHOLM, NSW 


Secondary Teacher

Teaching Subject: Visual Art

Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Part Time (0.80 FTE)

Applications Close: 19 August 2022


St Bede’s Catholic College is seeking a temporary part time Visual Arts Teacher (0.8FTE) to join the team for the rest of 2022.

St Bede’s Catholic College is seeking a temporary part time Visual Arts Teacher&nbsp;(0.8FTE)&nbsp;to join the team for the rest of 2022.<br><br>St Bede’s Catholic College, in the recently established suburb of Chisholm, is a new co-educational Catholic secondary school that is part of the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle.<br>The College opened in 2018 and will eventually cater for 1,100 students in Years 7 to 12.<br>Currently, the College has approximately 540 Year 7-10 students, with the first Year 12 cohort to graduate in 2023.&nbsp;<br><br>The key components that drive the development of the school are Courage, Knowledge, Community and Faith.<br>These components align to the four domains of the College’s Strategic Plan – Catholic Formation and Mission, Learning and Teaching, Leadership, Wellbeing and Partnerships.<br><br><br><head3><b>POSITION DESCRIPTION</b></head3><br><br>Teachers in a Catholic school have a unique role to play and are assigned with the task of ensuring each child has the opportunity to grow both academically and spiritually and to live purposeful lives.<br><li>Supported by the Catholic community of which they are a vital part, teachers invite students and their families into a faith-filled educational experience<br></li><li>Teachers promote the school as a place of learning and excellence where creativity and curiosity are nurtured and students are connected with their world through deep learning and engagement<br></li><li>Teachers differentiate learning for students according to their educational needs and abilities and are responsible for the creation of effective assessment practices and quality teaching programs<br><br>Teachers in a Catholic school have a unique role to play and are assigned with the task of ensuring each child has the opportunity to grow both academically and spiritually and to live purposeful lives. The teacher will promote the school as a place of learning and excellence in accordance with contemporary evidence-based learning and wellbeing principles (including digital learning) and will ensure the ongoing development and implementation of pedagogical practices that impact on student learning outcomes.&nbsp; The teacher will acknowledge and agree to the requirement to work within the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.<br><br>The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, preventing those in our care from suffering abuse or neglect, and is committed to being compliant with the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations and the National Catholic Safeguarding Standards. All employees are required to undergo a National Police Check, retain a valid NSW Working with Children Check and ensure compliance with our safeguarding policies, the Diocesan Safeguarding Commitment Statement, and the Codes of Conduct.</li>