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Assistant Academic Head of TAS (Coordinator 2)
Contract Type: Permanent/Ongoing Position Full Time
Applications Close: 12 October 2022
An exciting opportunity for a skilled Assistant Academic Head with sound leadership, administration, communication skills & classroom experience.
<p>Oakhill College is an Independent Catholic Secondary School conducted in the Lasallian tradition, with an enrolment of 2,000 students, boys Years 7 to 10, co-educational in Years 11 and 12. Oakhill College is located in Castle Hill, NSW, and offers a wide range of subject choices and extra-curricular activities.
</p><p>Applications are invited from suitably qualified educators for the following full-time position.
</p><p>Assistant Academic Head of TAS (Coordinator 2)
</p><p>Commencement Term 1, 2023
</p><p>Oakhill College provides students with a rich and rewarding educational experience. We are seeking to appoint an innovative and skilled Assistant Academic Head with sound leadership, administration, communication skills, and classroom experience. The successful applicant will have an understanding of the education of boys, knowledge of current developments in teaching and learning, and a passion and enthusiasm for teaching. The appointment is for an initial period of up to 3 years, renewable by mutual agreement.
</p><p>The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate knowledge of, and experience in, the areas listed below:
</p><p>Key Duties and Responsibilities
</p><p>• Ability to teach across the TAS K..L.A (Stages 4-6);
</p><p>• Ability to implement new TAS syllabi;
</p><p>• Ability to teach Design and Technology and Timber and Graphics Technologies is advantageous;
</p><p>• VET knowledge and experience is preferred;
</p><p>• Team Leadership - leading learning and leading faculty staff;
</p><p>• Collaboration with Faculty Head and staff;
</p><p>• Administration of a Faculty;
</p><p>• Developing a ‘climate of excellence’;
</p><p>• Staff Development and Administration;
</p><p>• Communication with Parents and Students;
</p><p>• A thorough knowledge of current pedagogy;
</p><p>• Demonstrated success in program development including the ability to initiate, co-ordinate, and evaluate new programs;
</p><p>• Implementation of new syllabi;
</p><p>• Strong organisational skills;
</p><p>• HSC marking experience (advantageous);
</p><p>• Willingness to contribute to the co-curricular life of the College.
</p><p>The successful applicant will:
</p><p>• Hold a degree with a specialisation in TAS education (preferred);
</p><p>• Demonstrate a clear understanding and commitment to the Mission of the Catholic School;
</p><p>• Be supportive of the Lasallian ethos of the College;
</p><p>• Be an experienced, innovative, and engaging team leader;
</p><p>• Teach with excellence, professionalism, and commitment;
</p><p>• Have an ability to relate to girls and boys with a practical knowledge of boy’s education issues and initiatives in the foundation years (Stage 4 and 5);
</p><p>• Be committed to professional growth and development of excellence.
</p><p>Oakhill College is committed to innovative high-quality teaching and learning and offers excellent facilities and resources. The College offers staff a dynamic, collaborative, and supportive environment with an emphasis on community, academic excellence, pastoral care, and development.
</p><p>Application Must Be Made On-Line Via the College Website
</p><p>To apply for the role, candidates need to submit a covering letter (2 pages maximum) and an up-to-date curriculum vitae which clearly details their skills and experience relevant to this role.
</p><p>Oakhill College is committed to child safety and Safeguarding Standards and the health, safety and wellbeing of our students, staff, and school community. Rigorous checks will be conducted prior to confirmation of employment including; NSW Working with Children Check (WWCC), National Police Check, references, background, identity, work rights, Covid-19 vaccination, and statutory checks.
</p><p>Vaccination against COVID-19 or a valid medical contraindication to COVID-19 vaccination is a condition of any offer of employment by Oakhill College. Vaccination means two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. A valid medical contraindication must be in accordance with ATAGI guidelines. Applicants are required to disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status as part of their application for employment. Any offer of employment will be conditional on the applicant providing evidence of their vaccination status, which may be an immunisation history statement, COVID-19 digital certificate or approved medical contraindication certificate.
</p><p>Applications close at 12:00pm on Wednesday 12th October 2022
</p><p>Please note: We will consider candidates as they apply and encourage early application. Interviews may commence prior to the closure date.
</p><p>No recruitment agencies please.