Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 18 November 2019
<p>The College is seeking to appoint an Assistant Mathematics Coordinator. This position will attract a 1-point time and remuneration allocation and will commence in Term 1, 2020. </p><p><b>About the role:</b></p><p>This Assistant Mathematics Coordinator position will attract a capable and creative educator who has a passion for innovative leadership and improved student engagement by supporting the Mathematics Coordinator in building the capacity of the Mathematics faculty. As a staff member of Marist Sisters’ College, the role requires a commitment to support a positive religious and cultural Catholic school environment for young women in the Marist tradition.</p><p><b>Key Selection Criteria</b>:</p><ul><li>Providing active leadership, with the Mathematics Coordinator, in contemporary learning practices across all Mathematics courses</li><li>Supporting the facilitation of the current development of differentiated pedagogy and assessment which is informed by evidence-based approaches and the skilled use of data</li><li>Contributing to improved teaching and learning practice in Mathematics by modelling differentiated pedagogy and reflective classroom practices as well as assisting in the facilitation of faculty professional development in best practice teaching skills and content knowledge</li><li>A commitment to supporting and an interest in our STEM program</li><li>Promoting teacher professionalism and encouraging positive staff morale by contributing to and initiating processes for team building</li><li>Developing, evaluating and revising faculty policies and practices which comply with College, Sydney Catholic Schools and NESA legislative requirements and guidelines with the Mathematics Coordinator</li><li>Conducting an annual review of key results and utilising a professional interpretation of external data</li><li>Assisting with the provision of sound leadership and administration of the faculty in a way that is credible and consistent</li><li>Collaborating with colleagues to build genuine and professional relationships and to promote shared commitment and a sense of alignment with College strategic directions.</li></ul><p>Interested applicants should submit a cover letter to the Principal, Dr Anne Ireland, an application addressing each of the selection criteria, a current resume and completed <b><i>Employment Application Form for Teaching Staff</i></b> (found on the College website under Employment Opportunities) with certified copies of qualifications.</p><p>Teachers must be registered to teach with Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS). If you are not already employed by SCS, to commence this process please go to:</p><p><i>http://www.ceosyd.catholic.edu.au/Teachers/Learning/Pages/registration-to-teach.aspx</i></p><p>The successful applicant will be required to hold and maintain a valid Working With Children Check from the Office of the Children's Guardian.</p><p><b>Applications in writing to:</b></p><p>Mrs Narelle Camroux</p><p>Assistant to the Principal, Marist Sisters' College</p><p>Email: email@example.com</p>
Marist Sisters' College is a Catholic school situated on the Woolwich Peninsula catering for approximately 1100 girls from Year 7 to Year 12. At the core of College life and learning are the values of our Catholic faith. These are nurtured by the Marist tradition and captured in our College motto 'Virtus Super Omnia' - Goodness above all.