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Assistant HSIE Coordinator
Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 15 December 2022
- Teach at one of our top performing schools in the South - West
- Supportive environment that uses individualised learning and education plans.
- Full time, permanent position commencing 27 January 2023
- 1 point Assistant HSIE Coordinator position
<p><b>About the role</b></p><p>Our school’s pedagogy reflects the overarching principles and approach to learning outlined in the Sydney Catholic Schools’ Statement on Authentic Learning. By connecting to the real world of students’ lives, authentic learning enables students to become lifelong learners who contribute to society and the wider world as active and discerning citizens.<br /></p><p>Mary MacKillop Catholic College is an all-girls secondary school that consistently attains high levels of academic excellence. This is achieved through a personalised, yet dynamic approach to learning which caters for each young woman’s needs, passions and aspirations.</p><p>Applications are invited from dynamic educators for the position of Assistant Human Society and its Environment (HSIE) Coordinator. The preferred applicant would need to be qualified and experienced in teaching Stage 6 HSIE.</p><p>The Assistant HSIE Coordinator works alongside the HSIE Coordinator to effectively lead, implement, manage and coordinate HSIE at the College. As a College leader, the Assistant HSIE Coordinator is a role model personally and professionally, and able to develop positive relationships, foster a culture of collaboration and inquiry and be proactive in support of the Catholic mission and values of Mary MacKillop Catholic College.</p><p>The Assistant HSIE Coordinator is a member of the middle leadership team and is a 1pt Coordinator position.</p><p><b>About you</b></p><ul><li>have the secondary qualifications and experience in teaching Stage 4-6 HSIE course(s)</li><li>be an experienced, enthusiastic, highly effective, innovative and motivated educator and leader with a passion for leading learning and teaching</li><li>have ability to work collaboratively as a member of a team, build upon its collective efficacy, and develop and lead its strategic agenda</li><li>possess excellent interpersonal, communication, technology and contemporary teaching skills</li><li>have experience with programming and assessment design, reporting, feedback and data analysis</li><li>have effectively used data and evidence based approaches to foster school improvement</li><li>be enthusiastic, keen to engage and inspire our students and staff, and be able to effectively lead our students and staff.</li><li>possess a sound knowledge of the NSW HSIE curriculum and the requirements of the NSW Education Standards Authority and the ability to lead others in the implementation and use of all relevant NESA, SCS and school policies and procedures</li><li>have proven ability to differentiate instruction, cater for the diverse needs of learners and personalise learning for students from Year 7 to Year 12</li><li>able to assess for learning, as learning and of learning and integrate effective feedback in student learning</li><li>be committed to the Catholic ethos and values of our school </li><li>be focused on the needs of the students and the community the school serves</li><li>be committed to the full range of College activities and able to contribute to the culture of the school and its community</li><li>have an understanding of the education of girls</li><li>have a strong work ethic</li></ul><p><b>Selection Criteria</b><br /></p><ul><li>All applications must address the following Selection Criteria. The Selection Criteria for the Assistant HSIE Coordinator position requires the applicant to explain, and provide examples, if relevant, of:</li><li>their secondary education qualifications and/or experience to teach Stage 4 to 6 subjects in HSIE </li><li>their understanding of and commitment to the mission and purpose of the Catholic Church</li><li>their experience in leading a Key Learning Area or Cohort (desirable)</li><li>being highly collaborative and able to build the collective and individual capacity of the HSIE team.</li><li>their experience with programming and assessment design, reporting and feedback </li><li>effective use of data and evidence based approaches to foster school improvement</li><li>exemplary classroom practice, utilising a range of effective contemporary pedagogies</li><li>proven ability to differentiate instruction, cater for the diverse needs of learners and personalise learning for students from Year 7 to Year 12</li><li>a commitment to growing the College's culture of learning and thinking</li><li>effective communication and engagement skills with students, staff and parents</li><li>excellent classroom management skills</li></ul><p><b>Working with Children Check (WWCC)</b></p><p>This role is classified as child-related work and therefore requires a WWCC clearance prior to commencement of employment.</p><p><b>Early applications are encouraged as interviews may commence before the closing date.</b></p><p><br /></p>