We have the following vacancy:
STEM Teacher / Academic Leader, Numeracy
Christ Church Grammar School is seeking to appoint an outstanding STEM Teacher / Academic Leader, Numeracy following the existing incumbent securing an exciting position as Head of Learning and Teaching at a prestigious independent school. This full-time continuing role will be available from Term 3, 2022.
- Seeking expressions of interest for dynamic and creative STEM Teacher/ Academic Leader, Numeracy in a highly regarded school
- Extend the legacy of academic excellence
- Contribute to the School’s outstanding pastoral and wellbeing programs
- Make a difference to children’s lives
- Allowance Applicable for Academic Leader, Numeracy Role
STEM Teacher/Academic Leader Numeracy
We are seeking to appoint an innovative teacher with experience and qualifications to involve student learning across Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Working closely with the School’s Deputy Principal and Head of Early Years along with Academic Leaders of Literacy and Creativity & Innovation, the successful incumbent will contribute to the overall vision and planning of the educational curriculum and implement hands-on and creative activities for students Prep – Year 6.
This position will be influential is supporting the school’s staff and students’ growth and development and is well suited for candidates with an entrepreneurial spirit and creative approach to explicit teaching and experiential learning. Strong classroom management, communication, teamwork, and presentation skills are required.
The ideal candidates will be visibly passionate about teaching, with a distinct affection for children and their educational development. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a top tier school.
Established in 1898, Christ Church Grammar School (CCGS) is a leading, inner city, independent, coeducational school that provides an outstanding education for 3 – 12-year-old children. Proud of their connection with Christ Church South Yarra and being the only coeducational Anglican parish primary school in Victoria, CCGS embed the Anglican faith and ethos into daily practice, whilst welcoming those of all faiths and none.
For more information on the School visit: www.ccgs.vic.edu.au
If you believe you have the personal qualities, professional skills, qualifications and prior experience to be successful in this role, we would like to hear from you.
To apply, please prepare a cover letter and resume detailing experience (including the history of working with children), qualifications and the names and telephone numbers of at least two referees. Applications are to be addressed to Ms Fay Samaras, CCGS Human Resources Manager via email email@example.com
Role Descriptions can be accessed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close 3:00pm Wednesday 25 May 2022, however, interviews may commence as applications are received and the position may close earlier should a suitable applicant be offered the position.
CCGS is committed to providing safe services. We have a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse. CCGS is a child-safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection. Ministerial Order 870 requires CCCGS to implement child safety standards and to accommodate and take the needs of all children (including but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, children with disabilities, and children who are vulnerable) into account when creating a child-safe environment.
Our screening process includes but is not limited to a Criminal Records Check, Working with Children Check, structured interviewing and selection process, online searches, background checks and reference checks to ensure that CCGS is recruiting the right people for our School. The incumbent of this role must comply with Christ Church Grammar Schools child safety policies and related policies and procedures (including the Child Safe Code of Conduct).
Christ Church Grammar School is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity principles and is committed to the principles of merit-based selection, equity, diversity and procedural fairness in our recruitment process.
The successful incumbent must be able to provide evidence of the Covid Vaccinations including their booster (or evidence of a medical exemption) to be eligible to work on the School premises as per the current Government orders.