<p>Applications are invited from suitably qualified teachers for this temporary full-time teaching position for 2021.</p><p><b>Key Selection Criteria:</b></p><ul><li>A commitment to supporting a positive religious and cultural Catholic school environment for young women in the Marist tradition.</li><li>Mathematics teaching qualifications, with the ability to teach Senior Mathematics levels.</li><li>A commitment to supporting and an interest in our STEM program.</li><li>A commitment to excellence in differentiated pedagogy and assessment.</li><li>An understanding of and ability to effectively enhance student achievement and performance which is informed by evidence-based approaches and the skilled use of data.</li><li>The ability to work and teach as part of a team.</li><li>A willingness to be involved in the College’s co-curricular activities.</li><li>A genuine desire to build professional relationships which promote a shared commitment and a sense of achievement.</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, Personal Assistant to the Principal</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.